Hotels & Resorts in Tucson

Tucson sits in a valley, surrounded by four mountain ranges that dominate the landscape. The Santa Catalina Mountains’ cool air is a refreshing respite from the Arizona warmth, and its 150 miles of scenic hiking trails take you from cactus-lined passes to pine forests and lakes high above. This mountain range’s Sabino Canyon is quite popular, where you can swim in clear pools and walk where ancient irrigation dams flowed and mammoths roamed. Catalina State Park affords some of the best views of the canyons and peaks, and bring you up close to a multitude of birds and animal species.

Hotels and Resorts in Tucson
  The Westin La Paloma Resort & Spa
  Loews Ventana Canyon Resort
  Hilton Tucson El Conquistador Golf & Tennis Resort
  Westward Look Wyndham Grand Resort & Spa
  Hilton Garden Inn Tucson Airport

Fun Fact: Tucson has more telescopes than any other city in the world. Stargazers from all over are lured by the high elevation of the city and the mountains that surround it, and the fact that Tucson experiences only about 5 cloudy days per year.

Image Courtesy of Loews Ventana Canyon Resort