My family and I stayed here and overall really enjoyed the experience. Pretty sure that the hotel is an old apartment complex that has been renovated into a hotel. The hotel is divided into units, with about four rooms per unit. Upstairs units have no elevator, only stairs. We stayed on the first floor, and it is very similar to a studio apartment. There is a small kitchen and dining area. Small living room with fireplace and a bed just off. After reading reviews, I am guessing there are two story suites. The tv worked, but had some issues of just changing channels. There was a DVD player in the room, with a $500 notice that if removed you would be billed that cost. It was just a cheap $40 DVD player from Wal-Mart. There are two large closets, plus a small one by the front door. The contienental breakfast was pretty good, but it had a small dining area. There was also free wifi, but it was complicated to set up. The directions in the room don't follow what you have to do for actually setting it up. Also, you would either select free internet for a day, week, or month. Not sure what the point of that was. I would recommend staying here and would probably again. Not very many nice hotels on the east side of Tucson, the two best would probably be this hotel and the Hilton. However, during my visit the pricing at Hilton was absurb for just a small standard room.
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