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“Bright and Breezy Aloft Rooms”“Celebrate your style at Aloft Tucson University, steps from the University of Arizona and
Posted by: Aloft Tucson University

“Welcome To Tucson, Arizona Hotel”“A premium hotel located within walking distance of the sights and attractions of downtown
Posted by: The Arizona Riverpark Inn

“In The Heart Of Historic Downtown”“Our hotel offers the perfect combination - the ambiance of a bed and breakfast with the a
Posted by: Executive Inn Suites of Tucson

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“Visiting”Member, Maria de Jesus , Guadalajara - “I have no criticism, was for me a great e
Said about: Clarion Hotel Randolph Park Tucson

“Rooms Reservation”Non-Member, Reader - “Hi, I would like to know if I can hire 2 rooms for the 1st
Said about: Clarion Hotel Randolph Park Tucson

“Excellent”Member, Vidal Araujo, Sonora - “No complains, is a clean, quiet, excellent treatm
Said about: Courtyard by Marriott Tucson

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Welcome to HotelGuide.Networks' directory of hotels and hotel reviews for Tucson!

Tucson, Arizona is a growing metropolitan area with a unique blend of Native American, Spanish, Asian and other heritages. Located in Southern Arizona, Tucson is 2,389 feet above sea level and covers close to 500 square miles. The city combines the old with the new, featuring historic sites and modern shopping, dining and entertainment. The city is surrounded by beautiful sites, such the Santa Catalina Mountains rising 9,000 feet to the north and the Rincon Mountains to the east. The earliest evidence of Native Americans in the Tucson area dates back over 12,000 years. Tucson's dry desert climate is only a short drive away from the Santa Catalina mountains and their forests.

The dry climate of Tucson's desert, and the nearby forests of the mountain renages, provide virtually any climate alternative you seek, all with low humidity and virtually no pollution, which makes Tucson the best home for Biosphere 2's closed system experiments performed in relative freedom from extraneous environmental variables and toxins, and also one of the clearest places for astronomical study. The Kitt Peak National Observatory discovered dark matter while investigating the rotation curves in spiral galaxies. Whether business brings you to one of the full-service hotels downtown, or you can spend a little time in one of the smaller inns in the regions, Tucson is a great place in which to clear your head, clear your lungs, take a deep breath and relax.

We have organized our listings of Tucson's local hotel accommodations into several geographic areas and alphabetically. You can begin browsing for hotels in the Greater Tucson area by selecting one of the links shown below.

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·Downtown Tucson
Hotels located in the downtown area, near the Convention Center, Court House, and the Historic District.
·Catalina Foothills
Hotels located in the foot hills of the Catalina Mountains, stretching to the north and east of the city center.
·Greater Tucson
Hotels with Tucson addresses outside the downtown area proper and in the metro region.
·Surrounding Communities
Hotels in surrounding areas such as Tombstone, Tubac and Willcox.
·Tucson Business District
Hotels in business and commercial sections of the city, near the Davis Monthan Airforce Base.
·Tucson Airport
Hotels located near the Tucson International Airport (TUS), which is situated 7 miles south of the city.
·University of Arizona
Hotels located near the University and the Amtrak Station to the northeast of the downtown area.

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Area Facts: Tucson is Arizona's oldest city, nicknamed "Old Pueblo". The city was established in 1775 by Spanish soldiers as a presidio known as the Presidio of San Augustin de Tucson. The area code for Tucson is 520.

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