Tucson’s Best Hotels
$ Under $150 per night
$$ $150–250 per night
$$$ Over $250 per night
Best Resort: Step into the glory days of Southwestern chic at 1930s-era resort Hacienda del Sol Guest Ranch Resort ($$$). The history, architecture, and design of the high-style Southwest of yesteryear permeate the desert grounds.
Best Bed-and-Breakfast in the Desert: A hiker’s and bird-watcher’s paradise east of town near Saguaro National Park East, Hacienda del Desierto Bed and Breakfast ($$$) is a wonderland of hacienda-style details and quiet comfort for anyone looking to escape to the desert for a few days.
Best Bed-and-Breakfast in the City: With four tasteful rooms in a historic mansion built in the 1880s, El Presidio Inn Bed and Breakfast ($$) has a cool, lush, and peaceful courtyard garden with a babbling fountain, cobblestone walkways, and shady trees.
Most Affordable Historic Hotel: Built in 1919 and remodeled only slightly since then, Hotel Congress ($), right in the heart of downtown’s nightlife scene, offers charm and atmosphere for only about $79–99 per night.
© Tim Hull from Moon Tucson, 1st Edition