From our check in to check out, this hotel was one of the most restful I have had. We had traveled to Tucson for a recent convention. Our room was 206, a junior King suite.
Staff: Staff was friendly, expedient and helpful with no reservation issues.
WorkSpace: The room was very clean and all amenities up to date including a $1,000 Herman Miller office chair for my comfort, if I needed to work at the desk.
Sleep: Sleepy time was great on a Garden sleep system, adjustable bed and the a/c unit was extremely quiet when it clicked on and off, not interrupting my sleep. Carpets were clean and relatively new.
Bathroom: Bathroom had granite countertops and an elongated toilet. There was no tub, but a very comfortable, large, sliding glass door, double stand in shower with free flowing drain. Hot water available anytime you wanted it. Great moen shower head cascaded water to rinse you off. This hotel has soft water, just fyi, that's great for the skin and body.
Iron: Iron was a nice, new conair model with retractable cord that worked flawlessly.
Space: Front room was plenty large to accomodate guests with work desk and office chair, fold out bed loveseat, end table with lamp, an armchair, LCD television and dresser drawers. Closet was plentiful with normal wood hangers, not those ones you can't detach or have to leave the ring on the closet rod. Bedroom had king size bed and with 2 night stands, 2 lamps, LCD television and dresser drawers with plenty of space to move around.
Sound: I could not hear my neighbors flush, sneeze, cough or anything else that might have gone on, so you can depend on peace and quiet here.
Swimming pool: Outdoors, in Tucson heat, really?, not my favorite, but had a lazy pool and pleny of space to lie out with hot tub.
Internet: Wired Internet access was very fast. I did not use any wireless, if they had it. I work online, mainly, and could definitely work from this room.
20 minutes from about anywhere, including downtown or broadway, but it is very close to the airport, so take the good with the bad, right? I-10 is accessible, about 5 miles away and very little traffic to get there.