Your booking experience in Tucson
If you are looking for a fine accommodation for your next vacation in Arizona, we are pleased to offer you amazing Tucson hotel deals. Booked.net enables you to filter your search in Arizona by proximity to public transport and tourist places. We’ve got modern and historical hotels with a rich list of services and facilities as well as other excellent accommodation options that give you a perfect base for exploring.
Budget hotels in Tucson
On a smaller budget, you could stay at Motel 6 Tucson North, where prices are about 72US$ per night on average. In case you're on a tight budget, stay at Flamingo Suites Tucson, which is a 10-minute walk from Deja Vu Too Antiques.
Convenience of staying in the city center
Located in Downtown Tucson district, Hotel Tucson City Center offers easy access to Museum of Contemporary Art and an outdoor swimming pool, a golf course and a Jacuzzi.
For travelers interested in visiting Cheri's Desert Harvest, make sure to book a hotel like Sam Hughes Inn Bed And Breakfast, only 15 minutes' walk away.
Luxury and boutique accommodation
Omni Tucson National Resort is a 0-minute drive from McBride's Framing Gallery and is the more upscale option offering a tennis court, a golf course and volleyball. If you're planning a romantic retreat, then consider reserving a room at Doubletree Suites By Hilton Tucson - Williams Center, a 3-star boutique hotel with a tennis court, a golf course and racquetball. The 3-star Aloft Tucson University is an excellent chain hotel featuring a tennis court, an outdoor swimming pool and a golf course.
Apartments, B&Bs and others
If you're looking for a homey place to stay, consider Cozy Canyon Condo, located beside Sabino Canyon. Studio 6 Tucson Irvington is an affordable business hotel, less than a 0-minute drive to Cienega Creek Natural Preserve and is located 600 meters from Denny's.
Tucson is like a three-dimensional book based on its ethnic makeup.
The city is composed of three different cultures - Hispanic, European and Native American – fuelling tourists' interest in how they – conflicting in – interact within the city of Tucson, Arizona. This interaction not just geographical, but cultural, adding to Tucson’s mix.
It is difficult to say in words what Tucson is like, it’s easier to experience the city on your own with Booked.net. From cheap hotels in Tucson to those abundant with all luxuries we have collected them all at our website with maps, photos and secure forms.
Culturally diverse, but geographically unique Tucson has a total area of 195.1sq miles with 0.22 percent of the land covered with water. The second largest city in Arizona, it is sandwiched between five mountain ranges and peaks – the Santa Catalina Mountains, Tortolita, Santa Rita, Rincon and Mount Lemmon.
Protected from winds, this area experiences temperatures just a few degrees below its desert cousin Phoenix and is a perfect place for living. Thus, it’s no surprise that Tucson – a city with sunshine more than 340 days out of 365 - is packed with residents that make up its multicultural population of 486,699 people.
Within the city boundaries that population is interwoven tightly. One of the main pleasures in Tucson is its yummy cuisine. It is less peppered than that in Phoenix, but still Mexican hot.
The cozy bars and cafes of Tucson are not the only shelter from the sun and temperatures that reach 27degC in summer.
You may visit also some attractions in Tucson.
- Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum is an all in one - zoo, natural history museum and garden
- Tohono Chul Park, packed with gift shop, bookstore, and art gallery and botanical exhibits
- Tucson Botanical Gardens is a place of education about the natural world
- Old Tucson Studios, a remnant of Hollywood's Old West will add adventure to your stay
The days of the Wild West may now be confined to the pages of history, but Tucson is far from boring and Booked.net can easily make your dream stay in Tucson become a reality if choose from one of the hotels listed on the website.