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Recent Tucson reviews

  • Amazing accommodations

    "Beautiful location and perfect view of the mountains. Clean, spacious home and family friendly. We had 4 adults and 5 small children (8 & under) and we were very comfortable. The deck is so relaxing and overlooks the mountains. Close to shopping & entertainment, though you would never know when at the home as you are surrounded by desert. We had a wonderful stay and would highly recommend it."
    Guest: amber d. Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: November 15, 2014
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  • Outstanding property for athletes training in Tucson!

    "I brought several coached triathletes of mine to Tucson for a training camp and we stayed in this house AND the owner's equally perfect rental house directly across the street (#436693) for the duration of our camp. The houses were very clean, roomy, and well-decorated, and the location was IDEAL for our rides (including Mt. Lemmon, Saguaro National Park East and West, Gates Pass, Rillito River Path), runs (including Phone Line, Seven Falls, and Starr Pass trails, Rillito River Path), and swims (JCC pool). The area is an excellent training ground for all multisport athletes and Tucson has become a hotbed of endurance sports with the world's largest triathlon retailer,, located only a short bike ride (7 mi) away from this house. For anyone in good physical condition, you can walk to pretty much anything you need from this address (grocery stores, pharmacies, Starbucks, Trader Joe's, Chipotle, Target, Arizona Shuttle bus drop-off point on Speedway Blvd., etc.). HIGHLY recommended. Thanks!!"
    Guest: Craig Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: April 16, 2014
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  • An authentic desert experience with all the comforts

    "Anita's Casita was the perfect 3-night getaway for our family of four. The pictures of the Casita do not do it justice. The one room studio was spacious for the four of us; the main bed is very firm but comfortable; our two teen daughters were very comfortable on the futon. The décor is charming, in southwest style with beautiful brick flooring (with radiant heat) and wood beamed ceiling. It really set the atmosphere for our desert experience. Nice large tub and shower. Plenty of linens well stocked paper goods. And the Casita is kept very clean! The Gas grill is great, but also, the kitchenette has every appliance needed. We baked cookies in the portable convection/toaster oven, made Mexican hot chocolate on the hot plate, she even had a crock pot and rice cooker if you needed it. We cooked dinner two our of three nights and really enjoyed it. Remember to bring your groceries because we didn't see a real grocery store for miles. But Anita has the pantry stocked with many spices, sugar, flour, oils and vinegar, salt and pepper. If you want to visit the city (which was not our interest) this is probably not the distance you want to drive back and forth into Tuscon. But if you're interested in experiencing the magical desert, Saguero National Park, The Desert Museum, the moonlight and the stars, and even the hokey fun of Old Tuscon Studios, then this location is absolutely perfect and within 15 minutes to those major attractions. Also for an amazing breakfast try the prickly pear eggs benedict at Todd's at Ryan Airfield and don't miss the burgers at Tiny's - an authentic cowboy joint where you'll see big hats and boots up and down the bar. We celebrated a quiet family New Years' so it was cold and snowed on New Years eve. The Frosted desert the next morning was a sight to behold. On the property we saw brown bunnies, hummingbirds, and yes, we saw a Coyote walking down our driveway when we came in after a day at the park. Anita and John are the most gracious hosts. They were friendly and helpful and beamed with obvious pride over the lovely experience they create for their guests. They should be proud. We are so greatful to these lovely hosts who shared their special place with us. Thank you John and Anita!"
    Guest: Chrysanne L. Date of Stay: December 2014 Review Submitted: January 3, 2015
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  • Starr Pass is the place to be!

    "Having lived in Tucson in the mid 80s (before Starr Pass was developed) I thought the Catalina Foothills was the nicest area. I stand corrected. Starr Pass is where you want to be. It is a short drive to the University, the newly improved downtown area, Gates Pass and arguably the most beautiful area on earth, Saguaro National Monument. The Owl Casista is spacious, well appointed, nicely decorated and the beds and linens were top notch! While I did not golf, the course looked remarkable! It is a huge plus having convenient access to the Marriott. The hotel is gorgeous and the food is remarkable and reasonably priced. It is a nature lovers dream. Just off the porch we saw wild quail, humming birds and a couple of coyotes. The owner is super responsive. When my wife forgot her hair dryer, I texted her asking if they had one. To my surprise, one was delivered to our door hours later! I will definitely be back!!!"
    Guest: AZ Wildcat Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: November 12, 2014
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