Westward Look Wyndham Grand Resort and Spa is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Tucson, offering a romantic environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
The rooms offer a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Westward Look features a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and room service. In addition, as a valued Westward Look Wyndham Grand Resort and Spa guest, you can enjoy a pool and a lounge that are available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
While visiting Tucson, you may want to try some lobster at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Wildflower, Bottega Michelangelo, or Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area, and there are several great attractions that are within walking distance of Westward Look Wyndham Grand Resort and Spa, including Tohono Chul (1.0 mi), Pima Canyon (0.8 mi), and Tucson Arizona Temple (1.0 mi).
Enjoy your stay in Tucson!
I stayed in a Jr. suite with a king size bed and pull out sofa. First the good: The room was spacious, clean and modern. The bed and pillows were comfortable. The fire pits at the restaurant patios were nice to sit and have a margarita. The bad: I asked for a private room, yet my room was an adjoining room with a door between the two rooms. We could clearly hear the people in the next room so I know they could hear us and we felt like we were always whispering. It would have been a nice room if you were planning on using the adjoining room option. I was hoping for a room with the vaulted wood ceiling for charm, but I guess the Jr. suites do not offer that. We had two chairs on our back patio but no table. A table would have been nice when enjoying the patio with coffee and a newspaper, or a glass of wine while enjoying the views. There was a mini fridge. Stocked bottled water would have been nice. There was nothing in the fridge, even for purchase, which is odd for a resort. We drove to the store and bought bottled water. There was no microwave which I felt would be included in a Jr. suite. Couldn’t warm our coffee when it got cold. When we woke up there was a giant roach in the bathroom. The service was slow at the restaurant and no one came to out table to take orders. I went to the bar a few different times to order drinks and our dinner. I also asked for a cocktail menu and they said they didn’t have one and asked what do I normally drink. I just ordered a margarita to be safe., which was good. I always like to see options to try unique cocktails offered. Check out was 11:00am but we ended up leaving by 8:00am and driving to an offsite restaurant for breakfast before heading home. We live a few miles from the resort but will choose another local resort for our next overnight staycation. But we may rive over to enjoy a cocktail on the patio it’s the fire pits on occasion, just not stay the night.…
We recently stayed at Westward Look Resort for a company event;!I must say, I’m not easily impressed, but boy! They know how to provide amazing service!!! I was impressed by the while team, from reservations, check-in, food and services, and the event team! The rooms are lovely, the food was great, and the ground extremely manicured and well kept! Do not look further, this is the place for you!
We checked in on Thanksgiving and stayed 6 nights. At booking, we requested an upgrade to a mountain view if available for an extra charge per night. At check-in, we were advised the upgraded room was available but not one that was renovated. We chose the higher priced better view non-renovated room.. The room was clean and spacious, and the view of the mountains was ok from the balcony and at an angle. Our next-door neighbor’s cigarette smoke drifted over to our balcony at times which we didn’t appreciate. Throughout our stay, there appeared to be very few hotel guests. The only guests we spoke with we met in the hot tub area one night and they told us they in fact lived in Tucson. I was on the deck one evening and noticed Christmas lights on the deck railing of the room next door. When we checked out, my wife asked the front desk attendant "Do people live here?" After her eyes got as big as saucers, she admitted that they do indeed have some "extended stay" residents . We knew we were getting pretty good rates for a "resort hotel" and now we know why - it is also an extended stay motel.…
Westward Look is known for its views of the city. The first room they gave us had a hot tub, but the fence around it was so high (I suppose for privacy), there was no view, and the room was old, smelled like cigarettes and booze. They changed our room to one with a wonderful view, and the room had been recently updated very satisfactorily. The furniture was new, the bedding was terrific, and it is difficult to fault their effort their effort on the interior. The exterior of the property needs the same attention. The carpet on the stairs leading up to our room was shredded and peeling off the cement steps, the exterior of the building needed a facelift, but the overall property was quiet and reasonably pleasant. It is probably, in normal times, a family-oriented, comfortable place to stay.…
Most of the rooms have ground floor patios which are a big help when traveling with dogs. Outside entry doors is an added benefit during the COVID Pandemic. While mostly desert landscape there are a few lawns and doggie bag stations throughout the property. A great place to stay if you are competing in the annual dog shows at the Rillito Racetrack park.