We stayed here for 3 nights in either room 123 or 125 (can't remember exactly). The resort is rather old, we were told it was built in the 60's, but you wouldn't know it to look at the place. We were told by the staff that it is considered a small resort so they have some renovations planned to expand the place.
Check in was quick and easy but finding our room was difficult given that we didn't see any signs to point us in the right direction. I don't recommend the room we stayed in because outside the window was a speed bump which all the golf carts would speed over to get to the adjacent driving range. The noise had us up before 6am every morning, and it was even more bothersome on the weekend when there were more golfers.
The rooms themselves were incedibly spacious and very nicely decorated. I loved that there were two separate sink areas, a large walk in closet, and a big bath tub, but the shower was almost claustrophobic. Unfortunately, our fridge didn't work. The bed was very comfortable and we loved the view from our back patio of the golf course.
As part of the romance package, we got a free breakfast buffet every morning but the restaurant was hard to locate with a lack of signs. Because there was never any host standing near the door and never more than 5 people in the restaurant, it always looked closed. On the weekends there was a small buffet set up and over in the corner was a chef who made any kind of eggs we wanted, waffles, pancakes, etc. They tasted really good and the chef was very friendly. During the week there was no breakfast buffet but we were allowed to order anything we wanted from the menu. The portions were huge.
We mostly saw couples at the resort but a few families were always at the pool which was clean and even had a bar with misters to keep you cool. The outdoor fire pits that lit up at night were a nice touch and there was also a gym and tennis courts which we didn't use.
One night we ordered room service. About an hour later our food arrived and the pizza was decent and very filling and the cobb salad was so huge I couldn't finish it. Also, as a part of our romance package, we could select a beverage that we'd like delivered to our room any time the next day.
I really liked the feel of the resort. It was romantic and honeymoon-ish and reminded me of Cabo. Besides being awoken early from the golf carts speeding over the speed bump outside our window, we really enjoyed our stay.
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- Home of the PGA Champions Tour in 2015, the Omni Tucson National Resort boasts an award winning service team, chef-driven restaurant concepts, exquisite meeting space and 36 holes of world-class golf on our Catalina and Sonoran courses. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Omni Tucson National Hotel Tucson
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