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Recent Tucson reviews

  • A little piece of heaven

    ""Luxury Foothills Condo" describes it perfectly! My wife and I stayed here while our new house was being finished. Upon arriving, we were warmly greeted by the friendly owner who answered all our questions and had everything ready for our arrival. It was obvious that the unit had been professionally cleaned as it was spotless! Not only is the condo fully furnished, but has been done so with beautiful interior design in mind. It overlooks the scenic Catalina Mountains and is within a gated condominium development with beautifully maintained landscaping. We especially enjoyed the pool, hot tub and work out gym. I highly recommend this property to anyone who is looking to enjoy one of the most beautiful areas of Tucson that is close to shopping, hiking and great restaurants. Customer focused owner, beautiful place to stay...A little piece of heaven!"
    Guest: Will H. Date of Stay: October 2015 Review Submitted: January 5, 2016
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  • Comfortable and convenient

    "This is a very nice house centrally located on a cul-de-sac. Everything you could want is there in an organized fashion. The beds and bathrooms are very nice. The kitchen is big enough for working in. NIce gas fireplace for the cooler time of the year. The swimming pool didn't get any use but would be nice in the warm months. Would use again on future visits."
    Guest: New Albuquerque Fan Date of Stay: December 2015 Review Submitted: January 25, 2016
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  • Perfect fit for family of six

    "I chose this rental because of its perfect design for an extended family of 6; our son, wife and two grand daughters (3 & 7). It has a large center living room and spacious remodeled kitchen, both bedrooms & baths are located on either side of the living room and that provides for a very nice and private layout. My son and wife wanted this Casita because their bedroom had two beds in it, much better when traveling with small children than trying to get them to stay in their own room in a new place. We came in Mid-June for a 3 day event at the JW Marriott, a short 2 min. drive away. The kids played daily in the olympic size pool and made lots of new friends. Being from Hawaii the children and my daughter in law have never seen many animals like squirrels, coyotes, Calif. Quail although we do have pigs in Hawaii that are similar to their cousins the Arizona Javelina's. We got to see all of these beautiful animals right outside the back sliding glass door, it was a wonderful experience for the girls. The kitchen in this rental is better stocked than ours at home, complete with bakeware, tupperware, lots of dishes and lovely glasses. We ate all meals in for the week that we were there and even had two friends that live in Tucson over for a bar-b-que on the last night. The floors throughout the units and patio have all been recently remodeled with lovely new terra-cotta tile and Arizona flagstone, yet again another reason for choosing this one over some of the others with white carpet... The bathroom was large enough to have a party in and the A/C keep us comfortable day and night. Debbie the owner was very easy to deal with and made our stay seamless. Here's to hopping that they have the event at Starr Pass JW Marriott again next year because we would love to come back and stay again. Thanks Debbie for allowing us to stay in your "Starr Pass Casita" it is a little slice of heaven in the middle of the desert."
    Guest: Linda M. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: June 26, 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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