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Recent Tucson reviews

  • 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, TriSports.com, 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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  • a welcome retreat

    "A last-minute change of plans led us on a hunt for a condo in Tucson for 9 days. We were very happy to find John and Lisa's guest house, at the back of their large property, north of the bustle of the city center. We spent our time enjoying the many activities Tucson offers, and always felt welcomed back to the guest house. Everything was as advertised in the writeup, and we used most of the amenities, including the barbecue by the pool. The kitchen is a bit small if you want to do a lot of cooking, which we did; that is the reason for the 4-star rating (we would have given 4.5 stars if that option were available). We will certainly keep this location in mind for future trips to Tucson."
    Guest: Hugh P. Date of Stay: November 2013 Review Submitted: December 6, 2013
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  • A sanctuary not with wildlife, but from my wild-life.

    "I need a retreat from the continuous phone calls, emails, projects and emergencies in my business. Upon reading the story about how the owners used their home to have an annual family planning meeting, I knew this would be the spot for me. It was ideal. I felt out of reach, but with WiFi and my cell phone, I remained in touch. Being both minutes from downtown (and many amazing restaurants) made sure my weekends were entertaining while my weekdays were productive time to get everything done without interruption. It's a memorable space and the thick walls kept any sounds out of the bedroom. I slept better than I had in months. The owners did everything to make me feel welcome."
    Guest: Mark Mason Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 17, 2014
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  • True Vacation Spot

    "This was the second stay for us and the first with our 4-year old son. The location, setting, and gallery of beautiful sunsets here have always been the major plus for us. With a child one could introduce them to desert ecosystems just by walking out of the front or back doors. The excellent Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum is only a five-minute drive away, as well as the trail heads for great hikes in the Saguaro NP Western District. Sitting on the patio after dark the absolute absence of sound other than distant animals, the only illumination being the moon and stars, and being surrounded by beautiful nature epitomizes the word, vacation. We will certainly return."
    Guest: Ken and Andrea Date of Stay: November 2013 Review Submitted: November 25, 2013
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Tucson Travel Tips

Tucson Lodging Lets You See the Beautiful Arizona Desert

Tucson, Arizona is one of the most gorgeous cities in the country. Arizona is an exciting destination for travelers, offering an array of different attractions ranging from professional sports teams to casinos as well as a host of land formations and historic sites. Whatever you seek to discover in the area, Tucson lodging offers many different choices when it comes to accommodations.

Tucson Lodging Is as Varied as the Landscape

When you are looking for Tucson resorts or rentals, you will find that the choices vary remarkably. Travelers will be able to find whatever it is that they seek in this beautiful city. Tucson condos have much to offer, and each of the fully furnished rental properties offers a unique floor plan as well as a distinct offering of amenities to make your stay in Arizona more comfortable and enjoyable.

There Are Many Attractions Located near Tucson Resorts

Spending your vacation at any Tucson lodging choice offers you a chance to explore the area in comfort. Tucson offers a wide array of attractions spread throughout the area, ensuring that there is something exciting near each of the Tucson resorts. Whether you are looking to enjoy the excitement of the Desert Diamond Casinos, spend time at the International Wildlife Museums, or explore the caves at the Kartchner Caverns State Park, you can find the ideal lodging nearby.

Tucson Condos Ensure Easy Access to the City

Tucson condos make it easy to enjoy whatever you want to do in the area. The Arizona-Sonora Desert museum is famous among travelers, and the Kief-Joshua Vineyards offer exciting tours and tastings for adult travelers. Families will enjoy the night sky when visiting the Kitt Peak National Observatory and find many natural sites to explore together as well. Tucson lodging is ideal for family vacations, and the abundance of activities offers plenty of opportunities for bonding.

In addition to traditional sites, the area surrounding the Tucson resorts also offers opportunities for more unique adventures, such as the Tombstone Epitaph, which is a newspaper office from the 1880s, and the mini-world enclosed at the University of Arizona’s Biosphere 2. Whatever adventures you seek, you are certain to have an excellent time while enjoying the luxuries of any of the many Tucson condos.

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