The JW Marriott Starr Pass Resort provides visitors with an absolutely unforgettable stay. Designed for both business as well as pleasure travelers, the spacious rooms here are filled with all the modern conveniences. With a HDTV, coffee maker and internet access, you'll find no reason to leave your room, unless of course you want to spend the day at the golf course, dine at one of the exquisite restaurants or be pampered at the spa.
Nestled at the base of the Santa Catalina Mountains in northeast Tucson, this is one of the area's finest resorts. Built in 1984 and renovated recently, it features two 18 hole PGA championship golf courses, a full-service spa and tennis. Minutes from beautiful Sabino Canyon, it offers spectacular city and mountain views. It has been named one of the best resort hotels in the country by Travel & Leisure magazine. Rates change weekly and monthly according to availability.
Built as a private school for girls 65 years ago, this guest ranch in the Tucson foothills has evolved from an exclusive Hollywood celebrity resort to a pleasant desert retreat in a garden setting, featuring newly renovated rooms and casitas, a studio gallery, and an ward-winning restaurant, The Grill. All rooms are non-smoking. Be advised that rates for lodging in Tucson are usually considerably lower during summer months than they are during the winter season.
Westin La Paloma Resort & Spa is one of Tucson's premier resorts. This three-story modern brick hotel was built in 1986 and features a 27-hole Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf course, tennis, racquetball and volleyball, plus three pools with waterslide and swim up bar. Beautiful mountain and city views enhance the already stunning setting. Be aware that rates are subject to frequent changes according to season.
This place has consistently been rated among the top ten health spas in Modern Maturity magazine's world poll. The ranch has state-of-the-art facilities, a staff of highly skilled psychiatrists, physical therapists, massage therapists, nutrition experts, handwriting analysts, and an enormous staff of administrative and groundskeepers all dedicated to preserving the spa's credo of promoting a better lifestyle through healthier physical, mental and nutritional practices. It is necessary for guests to stay for a minimum of 3 nights.
You will feel right at home in this historic Adobe style inn, centrally located in a quiet residential setting. Built in 1930, then renovated in 1998, a wood-paneled library surrounds period furniture. Each room on two floors is individually decorated with fireplaces and patios are available in some. It is just minutes from the University of Arizona and within walking distance from the University Medical Center. Rates for lodging in Tucson are highly seasonal.
Built in 1936 and completely renovated recently, this hacienda-style hotel is a desert oasis at a convenient central location, offering rooms and suites in a quiet residential setting with well-manicured lawns, flower gardens and cactus gardens. Most rooms have fireplaces and private patios. Be advised that rates for lodging in Tucson are usually considerably lower during summer months than they are during the winter season.
Directly across from Reid Park, which offers 2 golf courses, jogging paths and a zoo, this Tucson hotel offers 14 acres of lushly landscaped grounds with a spacious outdoor pool. Doubletree by Hilton Tucson Reid Park features a state-of-the-art fitness centre with cardiovascular equipment and free weights. After a workout, guests can relax with a massage in one of the therapy rooms. The guestrooms at this Tucson Doubletree boast upgraded bedding and Neutrogena bath products. Guests can relax at the end of a busy day by watching the flat-screen TV or on the balcony that overlooks the hotel's courtyard. Cactus Rose Steakhouse at the Doubletree Tuscon-Reid Park serves breakfast, lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch. Guests can dine beside the indoor fireplace, or on the outdoor patio. Javelina Cantina, also on-site, offers Southwestern fare in a casual, fun atmosphere.
Located at the main gate of The University of Arizona and within walking distance of the University Medical Center, this hotel features an on-site American restaurant and flat-screen TVs. The rooms at Tucson Marriott University Park offer a seating area with a work desk. A coffee maker, hair dryer, and ironing facilities are provided. WiFi is available. Tucson Marriott University Park provides child services. Concierge and room services are also available to guests. The hotel facilities include a gym, outdoor pool, and a hot tub. The Tucson International Airport is a 20-minute drive from Tucson Marriott University Park. Tucson Mountain Park is a 30-minute drive away.
Only 13 km from Tucson International Airport, this all-suite hotel features free WiFi, a daily hot breakfast buffet, a fitness centre and heated outdoor pool and hot tub. Tucson city centre is 4 miles away. A separate seating area with cable TV and dining area with microwave and small fridge is included in each 2-room suite at Viscount Suite Hotel. Mountain or atrium views are offered. A hot American buffet breakfast is provided daily in the Atrium Cafe. Wilbur's Grill, open for lunch and dinner, serves American pub-style cuisine and features an extensive beer, wine and cocktail menu. Room service is available. A 24-hour reception welcomes guests to Tucson Viscount Suite Hotel. A business centre and guest launderette are located on site for convenience. Davis Monthan Air Force Base is 8.4 km away. The University of Arizona is 6 km away.
Built in 1919, the Historic Hotel Congress is a cultural landmark located in downtown Tucson. Guests can enjoy the on-site nightclub and the award-winning restaurant, the Cup Café which offers breakfast, lunch and dinner daily. Tucson Convention Center is a 10-minute walk from the property. Each air-conditioned room features free WiFi and has a private bathroom equipped with a bath or shower. Rooms may be affected by noise from the plaza, street, or the on-site nightclub. The nightclub at Historic Hotel Congress has concerts and events and banquet facilities for weddings are available. Showcased throughout the hotel are original and historically preserved features, such as vintage radios and a telephone switchboard from the 1930s. Tucson Museum of Art is 800 metres from the hotel, while Reid Park Zoo is 5 km from the property. Tucson International Airport is 12 km away.