Visiting Tucson and looking for a place to stay? Or perhaps just even looking for the perfect staycation spot? Here’s a quick list of some of Tucson’s historic hotels, quiet bed and breakfasts, and luxury resorts.
311 E. Congress St., 85701
For a taste of Tucson at its best and very historic, a weekend at Hotel Congress will fit the bill. Listen for any bumps in the night…it could be the always hopping Club Congress, or it could be the hotel’s rumored ghost.
7000 N. Resort Dr., 85750
Indulge yourself with a stay at this northeast side resort. Lounge by one of two swimming pools, swing your way through a round of golf, or admire the nighttime view with the professional stargazing that’s offered.
245 E. Ina Road, 85704
Enjoy a relaxing stay at this northwest side resort. The Westward Look Wyndham Green is a certified green resort with on-site hiking, biking, and horseback riding trails. The resort also features the Sonoran Spa and great dining at GOLD and Lookout Bar & Grille.
3800 E. Sunrise Dr., 85718
Relax among mountain views, indulge in a spa treatment at the Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa, and practice your swing on a Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course.
3800 W. Starr Pass Blvd., 85745
Tucked into the mountains, you’d never know this resort was just a straight shot from downtown Tucson. The resort offers the usual spa, golf, and pool amenities, including a lazy river and
15000 N. Secret Springs Dr., 85658
One of Tucson’s most luxurious hotels, guests can enjoy the peace and serenity of the Sonoran desert, a destination spa, and a Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course. The resort offers more than 20 miles of hiking and biking trails that wind through the surrounding mountains.
2727 W. Club Dr., 85742
This northwest-side resort features 36 holes of championship golf, an award-winning spa, newly remodeled guestrooms, a new infinity edge pool.
204 S. Scott Ave, 85701
This charming downtown bed and breakfast is located in a historic home, and the innkeepers strive to provide you with an introduction to Tucson culture and an enchanting place to stay while you visit the city. A gourmet breakfast is provided each morning as well as complimentary beverages, sweets, and snacks. A heated swimming pool and spa as well as lush gardens and a fireplace parlor are available for your relaxation. Complimentary business services and high speed wireless Internet are available, in addition to a variety of other amenities.
2200 E. Elm St., 85719
The historic Arizona Inn is right in the heart of the city, but you’d never know it when staying at this ever peaceful hotel. Only a hop, skip, and a jump away from The University of Arizona, hotel guests can enjoy 14 acres of gardens, fountains, and flowers as well as great dining. The inn is still owned and operated by the same family since 1930 and maintains AAA 4-Diamond status for both the hotel and dining room.
5501 N. Hacienda del Sol Road, 85718
Considered a Tucson landmark, Hacienda del Sol began in 1929 as ranch school for girls. in 1948, it was converted into a guest ranch that attracted stars like John Wayne and Clark Gable. The history of Hacienda del Sol has been preserved in its authentic adobe structures and hand-carved wood-beamed ceilings. Enjoy spa treatments, horseback riding, and superb dining during your stay at Hacienda del Sol.
11770 E. Rambling Trail, 85747
This bed and breakfast is built around a Spanish-style courtyard with fountains and flowers and features one large room, two 2-room suites, and a 2-bedroom casita. Kitchenettes are available in three of the accommodations, and a business center with high-speed Internet access is also available. Neuromuscular and aromatherapy massage are available by appointment.
940 N. Olsen Ave., 85719
Located in Tucson’s historic Sam Hughes neighborhood, the Adobe Rose Inn B&B has six unique rooms with private baths. Amenities include a swimming pool, spa, and wi-fi. The inn is known for three-course breakfasts, including vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free, upon request.
306 N. Alvernon Way, 85711
This boutique hotel in midtown Tucson offers five acres of guest pathways among palms and cacti, manicured lawns and flowers. The hotel underwent a renovation and expansion in 2009, and nearby attractions include the Reid Park Zoo, The University of Arizona, and the Tucson Botanical Gardens. Enjoy the culinary delights that Executive Chef Ryan Clark serves at the hotel’s restaurant, one of Tucson’s leading chefs.
2020 E. 7th St., 85719
This charming 1930s home offers giant shade trees, a huge walled courtyard area with a brick sunken fountain garden, mature foliage, and many places to sit and relax on the large ramada-covered patio. Lodging is available for 6-8 guests and the inn is close to The University of Arizona as well as shopping, museums, and restaurants.