Defense contractors, artists, and athletes frequent Tucson hotels. The ethnic diversity and geological beauty of hotels in Tucson make them prime centers for celebration. Hotels in Tucson are most comfortable to visit in winter and early spring, and while the Fall Fest is perhaps the city's most raucous time of year, the best deals on Tucson hotels are during hot summers, when heat lightning occurs. Red Roof Inn offers budgeted hotel rooms in Tucson, while the Casino del Sol is a top-class resort-style Tucson hotel.
Tucson Quick Picks and Tips
Guests of Tucson hotels flock famously to The Tucson Convention Center to enjoy events such as the American Indian Arts and Crafts Show as well as WWE Smackdown.
Visitors to Tucson hotels can cool off with Frost Gelato's Limoncello Sorbet, and the famous Vivace's impresses vacationers with crunchy butter lettuce-salads, stuffed artichokes, and penne with sausage. La Fuente is popular for its live mariachi and flamenco performances as well as its inimitable menu.
Major Point of Interest
With the desert located literally in its backyard, the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum attracts guests at Tucson hotels with live and preserved examples of native wildlife.
Collectors of Native American crafts staying at Tucson hotels can save on indigenous designs crafted by skilled natives.
Visitors to Tucson hotels who like to hike can explore the Drahoon, Santa Catalina, and Tucson Mountains. Bicyclists roll along the Tour de Tucson, and locals to the city are known for their college football fandom.
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