Stayed there for a week during a Tucson visit.
Very nice, old, quaint, lovely patio and a decent restaurant (huevos rancheros om nom nom).
Yes, there's loud music on occasion, but if you are from a largish city, you probably won't mind. Drunk people running up and down the hall - slightly bigger disturbance.
The only real downside were rather atrocious showers, old, slightly rusty and no pressure whatsoever, cold-ish water.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Hotel Congress is listed on the National Historic Hotel Registry. We pride ourselves on the many unique features we offer that you’d be hard-pressed to find elsewhere. This historic Tucson hotel transports you back in time. Some cynical city-slicker types might notice the absence of a television in any of our 40 rooms and feel slighted. But it’s intentional – we strive to maintain the Hotel’s original ambiance – from the iron bed to the vintage radio, from the comforting rumble of the nearby iron horse to the retro-style phone that actually connects to a switchboard at the front desk. All rooms are uniquely designed offering an original experience every time and unlike most historic hotels, all rooms have private bathrooms, free high speed internet, and a private guest lounge.The lounge offers our patrons a large-screen television with unlimited channels as well as free computer access. You can also enjoy the exclusive outdoor patio, where you can soak-up the Tucson sunshine year round. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Congress Hotel Tucson