Tucson Hotels
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Westward Look Resort

Westward Look Resort Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This renovated guest ranch is Tucson’s oldest resort and one of its most popular. Outdoor activities abound at the upscale property, which offers three saline pools, horseback riding and hiking trails, volleyball, basketball, and eight tennis courts -- but no golf course. Big rooms and two highly regarded restaurants overlook the serene mountains and city lights.
Arizona Inn

Arizona Inn Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The upscale Arizona Inn is one of the swankiest and most beloved boutique resorts in town. It is a historic property that retains its 1930s charm -- highlighted by antique-laden casitas and the elegant Dining Room -- while offering modern amenities such as flat-screen TVs and iPod docks. The hotel is centrally located in midtown Tucson, yet beautifully manicured grounds with tennis courts and a pool create a feeling of peaceful seclusion. The Hacienda Del Sol offers similar amenities at a slightly lower price point.
Loews Ventana Canyon Resort

Loews Ventana Canyon Resort Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Loews Ventana Canyon Resort is located right at the foot of the Santa Catalina Mountains, and the views are terrific. Wildlife sightings are common, and there’s even a waterfall at the end of a nature trail. Additional highlights include two Tom Fazio-designed golf courses, outdoor tennis courts with nighttime lighting, and a large, free-form pool -- all offer spectacular vistas of the surrounding landscape. This upscale hotel does not have a resort fee, but some guests feel nickel-and-dimed by charges for in-room Wi-Fi, parking, and use of the fitness center and tennis courts.
The Lodge at Ventana Canyon

The Lodge at Ventana Canyon Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This upscale resort offers a beautiful and serene setting in the foothills of the Santa Catalina Mountains, with just 50 units situated on 600 acres. Golf and tennis are the main attractions here, with two 18-hole courses that are considered among the best in Tucson, and 11 tennis courts. All units are large suites, and some offer stunning views of the nearby mountain range. Nightly resort fees, however, make some guests feel as though they are being nickel-and-dimed.
Omni Tucson National Resort

Omni Tucson National Resort Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 4-pearl Omni Tucson National Resort has a beautiful, 650-acre desert setting west of the Santa Catalina Mountains. Golf is a major focus here, and one of the two 18-hole courses served as a PGA tournament course for over 40 years. The resort offers extensive amenities aside from golf, however, including a big pool, a 13,000-square-foot spa, three restaurants, and tennis. Mountain Vista Rooms have upscale southwestern decor, while the Haciendas are larger but farther from the lobby and in need of an update.
JW Marriott Tucson Starr Pass Resort & Spa

JW Marriott Tucson Starr Pass Resort & Spa Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Big, luxurious, and loaded with activities, the JW Marriott Tucson Starr Pass Resort & Spa is a family- and business-friendly hotel located on the outskirts of west Tucson. It’s surrounded by striking desert landscapes, with good views all around. There’s golf, tennis, numerous pools and water features, shopping, restaurants, a massive lobby, hiking, and the big Hashani Spa. About the only things not available here are free in-room Wi-Fi and free parking, both of which can be had at the more affordable Westward Look Resort.
Canyon Ranch

Canyon Ranch Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Canyon Ranch is a health spa and all-inclusive resort in north Tucson near the Santa Catalina Mountains. Here the focus is on wellness, nutrition, and fitness. Daily fitness classes along with informational lectures and a menu packed with healthy, low-calorie food help guests to jumpstart (or maintain) a healthy lifestyle. The color palette of the southwest inspired the decor of the rooms, which come complete with flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, and iPod docks. Immaculate, peaceful grounds and focused spa treatments all provide an incredibly relaxing environment. While many guests report feeling renewed after a visit -- especially after spending time in the 80,000-square-foot spa complex -- there is a hefty nightly resort fee and a four-night minimum stay.
Doubletree by Hilton HotelTucson - Reid Park

Doubletree by Hilton HotelTucson - Reid Park Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The mix of rooms, suites, and casitas at this 287-unit hotel are comfortable, but a tad generic. Though even standard rooms have 42-inch flat-screen TVs with premium channels and Wolfgang Puck coffeemakers and coffee, Wi-Fi fees make some guests feel as though they are being nickel-and-dimed. Highlights include three tennis courts with nighttime lighting and a large courtyard with lush lawns and a heated pool surrounded by palm trees. The property also offers a central location close to the popular Reid Park, but some guests have complained about feeling unsafe in the hotel's parking area.
Radisson Suites Tucson

Radisson Suites Tucson Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The mid-range Radisson Suites Tucson is an aging hotel that nevertheless continues to offer solid value. It has big rooms, a large, attractive pool, and big landscaped courtyard. Rooms are what you'd expect from a budget property, with generic decor and some lingering old tube TVs -- but they do come with Radisson's Sleep Number beds, as well as microwaves and mini-fridges. Plus, most have separate living rooms and balconies. It's definitely worth comparing rates with the more upscale Westward Look Resort, which offers modern rooms, a gorgeous natural setting, and an impressive roster of activities.
Hilton Tucson East

Hilton Tucson East Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 232-room Hilton Tucson East features striking vistas of the surrounding Santa Catalina Mountains, which are on full view from the soaring, seven-story atrium. The airy lobby and second-floor restaurant look contemporary, with earthy tones and understated furniture. The guest rooms also have an updated feel and are fairly spacious, except for the small bathrooms. An Executive Level offers upgraded amenities, such as free food and drinks. This upper-middle-range hotel provides good value, with rooms available at a lower price point than the nearby Radisson Suites Tucson.

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