The title sums it up. The room was very nice. There was a bedroom with a comfortable bed, a bathroom, and a sitting room with a little bar and a refrigerator. Every interior room had doors for extra privacy. The hotel layout was confusing though. The hotel is on the side of a hill and has a main floor, with a half-upper floor and a half-lower floor, and the design of the hotel is sort of a half-circle with an arm (or maybe two) sticking out. It's hard to figure out where to park and where your room is when you come into the lobby. And getting in and out if you want to go east from the hotel is a pain-in-the-butt. You have to go either north or west and take a u-turn. But the breakfast was very good, and there is a happy hour on the house in the afternoon. The pluses definitely outweigh the minuses
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The new Embassy Suites Tucson's Paloma Village is nestled in the breathtaking foothills of the Catalina Mountains overlooking Tucson. Our upscale hotel features 119 suites. All are equipped with two 32-inch flat screen televisions, work desk, microwave, refrigerator and coffee maker. We offer complimentary breakfast and a nightly reception. We have a heated-pool, hot tub, state-of-the-art fitness and business center. Walk to a great variety of dining, spa facilities, art galleries and trendy shopping. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Embassy Suites Tucson Paloma Village Hotel Tucson
- Tucson Embassy Suites