We were staying in Tucson for 6 nights so I decided to stay 3 nights here at the Hilton and 3 nights at the Sheraton Tucson hotel on Grant Street (see that review)
The staff at the Hilton was excellent - the lobby was clean and cheery- the pool area was nice (only four others there one afternoon) - the executive floor was fine.
The cost was $ 163 which included a nice continental breakfast and an evening drink with snacks. A good value.
Hilton - on the outskirts of Tucson (which was fine for us), average size room
Sheraton - in the downtown area of Tucson, walking to stores possible, the suite was the size of two rooms, plenty of room space, convenient to everything - $ 13 less than the Hilton
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A modern atrium lobby hotel with all-interior corridors in Tucson; this upscale hotel has a 7-story atrium lobby window that showcases the Catalina Mountain Range views. Guestrooms with King or 2 Queen beds and free Internet. Executive Level Rooms available with private key access floors, include access to the private lounge serving deluxe continental breakfast, all day snacks and beverages, and evening manager's reception with beer, wine and soda bar; additional amenities include turn down service and nightly snacks. Premium location close to Park Place Mall, attractions, business and shopping. Free parking. Restaurant, gift shop, pool, whirlpool, and exercise room. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hilton Tucson East Hotel Tucson
- Tucson Hilton