We just got back from our second trip to Tucson in 18 months. Last trip to Cat Mountain we stayed in Spencer's Suite; this time we had Sierra Madre, which was a very large two-room suite, comfortably furnished. The management at CML has changed in the interim, and Kat was very friendly and helpful. We were seeing family, some of whom were staying in the guest house associated with the lodge, and Kat was very accommodating about our desire to let some of the kids move back and forth between the two properties. The food in the cafe is still terrific. I can't say enough about this great lodge! I'm a great lover of nice boutique hotels, but I can't imagine staying anywhere else in Tucson when we visit.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Built in 2009, our beautiful 13 acre eco-friendly bed & breakfast offers a vintage ranch setting with 5 spacious rooms, a mix of Southwestern comfort and modern conveniences. We also have a guest house available. Nearby artisans shopping center, telescope observatory, café, and desert tortoise enclosure makes Cat Mountain Lodge a fine destination for locals and traveling visitors. ... more less