Tucson Hotels

Nestled in the Sonoran Desert, Tucson is an adventure lover's paradise. Reserve one of our hotels to stay near trails and top restaurants and attractions.

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151 East Broadway Boulevard Tucson, Arizona 85701
New hotel with locally inspired décor and modern rooms in the heart of downtown Tucson.
2505 East Executive Drive Tucson, Arizona 85756
Modern hotel with on-site dining, an outdoor pool and free shuttle to Tucson International Airport.
201 South Williams Boulevard Tucson, Arizona 85711
Make room for a little fun, featuring modern touches. Your stay is about convenience.
3800 W. Starr Pass Boulevard Tucson, Arizona 85745
Luxury Tucson resort with spa, golf courses, multi-level pool, notable dining and stunning venues.
880 East 2nd Street Tucson, Arizona 85719
Enjoy Tucson's most vibrant neighborhood in the heart of the city.
2660 East Medina Road Tucson, Arizona 85756-7137
Our renovated Tucson, AZ hotel is near the Tucson International Airport and close to downtown.
5400 East Williams Circle Tucson, Arizona 85711
It's not a room it's a Residence. How Suite it is to stay in a large modern suite with a kitchen.
405 West Rudasill Road Tucson, Arizona 85704
Spacious, oversized, studios, 1 bedroom and 2 bedroom suites, full kitchens, free breakfast, WIFI.
6595 South Bay Colony Drive Tucson, Arizona 85756
All suites with kitchens, free breakfast, Wi-Fi and parking at our Tucson Airport hotel.
384 South Williams Boulevard Tucson, Arizona 85711
Modern hotel minutes from the University of Arizona


Stunning natural surroundings, myriad cultural attractions, and 350 days of sunshine a year are just a few of the reasons to book our Tucson hotel rooms. Whether traveling in search of an outdoor adventure or some family-fun, Tucson has you covered with a wide array of activities.

The outdoors here are simply breathtaking. For a starter hike, try Honeybee Cantony Trail in the Tortolita Mountains, with its winding path and views of tall cacti and wild rock formations. Or wander through Colossal Cave Mountain Park, a massive underground labyrinth set in one of the world’s largest dry caves. Expert mountain bikers can try their hand at La Milagrosa, Tucson’s most difficult trail. For a more relaxing adventure, birdwatchers can observe over 200 unique bird species at Madera Canyon.

Indoors, the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum is home to a world-renowned zoo, natural history museum and botanical garden, with more than 300 animal species and 1,200 varieties of plants on display. The nearby Mission San Xavier del Bac is a prime specimen of American Mission architecture. Built over 200 years ago, the Mission offers regular tours of its historically opulent interior. And of course, there are dozens of shops, restaurants and accommodations in downtown Tucson, just waiting for you to explore; make sure to experience some of the desert nightlife before heading back to your Tucson hotel.

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