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Recent Tucson reviews

  • Grand Daughters Graduation

    "After a few problems in the beginning of our stay (nothing that couldn't occur in our own home) overall it is a fantastic home. The owner and property manager quickly addressed the problems immediately. The house was very well stocked from condiments to pool toys. The solar heated pool was wonderful and the evening views terrific. We have rented many homes in the Tucson area and none were as well stocked as this one. We will definitely rent this home again if available on our next visit to Tucson."
    Guest: Stephen C. Date of Stay: May 2016 Review Submitted: June 26, 2016
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  • Our January vacation in Tucson

    "We spent the month of January 2016 in this spacious town home. Everything was as described. The garage was a definite plus. This very clean community is located off one of Tucson's main streets which makes it very convenient to all types of shopping and restaurants. The town home, however, is located near the back of the community which was very quiet. We especially enjoyed the golf course which had very good rates and was not overly crowded. Tom, the owner, was great to work with by phone, email or in person."
    Guest: Sandy U. Date of Stay: December 2015 Review Submitted: February 22, 2016
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  • Delightful Diversion in the Desert

    "Mr. McElwaine's deluxe casita at Starr Pass Resort was a wonderful vacation for us for the entire month of June 2016. Everything we needed for a relaxing getaway was provided, included a fully furnished kitchen, comfortable living room, tv's in each of the three rooms, and patio with outstanding view of the mountains. The location on the west side of Tucson is very convenient to most of the city and suburbs, and we were downtown or on the interstate in minutes - something you can't say about the other resorts we visited located on the north or east side of town. While wifi is not provided, we took the free Marriott shuttle several times up to the main resort and used the internet in the lobby or Starbucks. We also took advantage daily of the wonderful, large pool and exercise room mere steps from our door. A nice surprise was the appearance of a number of desert animals visible from our patio: javelinas, deer, coyotes, road runners and many types of birds. I appeciate the fact that the designers of the complex tried to leave the desert untouched which allowed the wildlife to exist as always in spite of the development. Dave, the owner, stopped in to check on us during our stay, giving us ideas on where to eat and what to see. His son, who lives in the vicinity, was helpful when there was a problem with the cable tv reception, and the problem was resolved quickly. The monthly charge for this 2 br, 3 ba condo was very competitive for the area and allowed us to enjoy a month here, rather than a week or two which had been our original plan. I would recommend this casita to any one of my friends looking for a long or a short stay in Tucson."
    Guest: Bev V. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: July 3, 2016
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  • BACK IN TIME

    "A senior German couple, we enjoyed the two weeks of our stay and called that place a home - a comfortable one with much charm. You will find many memories of Old Mexico in style and architecture. Therefore the casita is not only a secluded getaway to enjoy a lazy day or a starting point for adventurous hikes into the nearby mountains and the Sonoran desert (beginning with the easy stroll through the fantastic Sonora Desert Museum only a few miles away) but also an inspiring "base camp" from where you can travel back in time: to the reminders of the "Spanish Entrada" (Presidio Tubac, Missions San Xavier del Bac and Tumacacori), to the atmosphere of the Wild West (much more than only visiting the tourist trap of "Old Tucson" nearby), and to so many places where Apache Indians lived their secret lives or lurked for landhungry immigrants, greedy miners or Cavalry patrols, lost in the deserts. Yes, on our last day in the casita we played ourselves "Apache Scout Sentinel" high on the cliffs of two Saguaro studded Beehive buttes in front and behind the Casita. We would be very happy to return to this pittoresque and hospitable spot some day."
    Guest: Peter H. Date of Stay: May 2016 Review Submitted: June 16, 2016
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