La Posada Lodge & Casitas, an Ascend Hotel Collection Member3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Stayed in room 202 for 4 nights and loved it. The hotel is quite popular so a reservation is suggested. Good restaurant-- Gringos-- inside the hotel with great outside / inside seating. Room 202 had a nice balcony but you need to be standing to be able to see anything but the sky; the balcony's railing is a solid wall, about 4.5 feet tall. The pool is beautiful and got lots of use. Perfect for families. Also, very close to restaurants and upscale shopping-- not walking distance but within 3 minutes driving.
We were traveling with teenagers so the room with 2 queen beds was very small. But the courtyard was pretty and the patio was nice. The pool had comfy lounge chairs. The restaurant Gringos was amazing. Very authentic Mexican with homemade tortillas too die for. Breakfast was included and very good also
My friend and I stayed here four nights. Our room had a patio and view of nicely landscaped grounds. The room decor was tasteful Southwestern with lots of colorful tile. The bathroom was small and dated, not ventilated, but everything was clean and comfy. The hot tub was great and the breakfast more than adequate, although I wish they wouldn't use styrofoam plates and plastic utensils. The location is convenient for driving places.
Beautiful room, though on the small side and an older motel. Comfy bed. interesting walk-in tiled shower. Architecture and decor more like New Mexican adobe style. However, a big downside was the next morning when maintenance men with leaf blowers, or better said, dust-blowers, cleared the parking lot of debris onto the cars. And ours was fresh washed and waxed. They did respond to my complaint and request to blow the dust off, but that didn't really do any good. The front desk staff was unresponsive to my suggestion/complaint this maintenance be done later in the day. I'd stay here again, for the room.
The rooms are a bit dated and the bathroom needed an overhaul. The ceiling in the bathroom was breaking down due to the moisture content and the shower is basically a handicap shower. The rooms are all climate controlled by a ptac unit( through the wall heat pump ) with a thermostat near the bathroom . Since there is no ductwork and since the thermostat is located near the bathroom , the unconditioned hot air coming from the bathroom was causing the unit to cycle constantly. Beds were clean and comfortable and the breakfast was included for $236, but nothing to rave about . The pool area looked nice. My wife felt like she needed shower shoes due to the ceiling breaking down. I just felt it was too much money for what you get. We chose the location because we got a bunch of rapid rewards points for staying there. Would not stay there again.
We stayed at La Posada for one night while passing through Tucson. It is nicer than the usual motel you'll find while traveling. The rooms are comfortable and clean, and the staff pleasant. it is on West Oracle Road, which is a commercial road - yet the feeling is not rushed or impersonal.
Just OK, depending on what you are looking for. On the plus side is the pool, which is nicely landscaped and situated so you would never know you were next to a busy street, and restaurant/bar, which has a terrific view and friendly and helpful staff; the rooms on the third floor have a sunrise view of the mountains. The breakfast has a reasonable variety of options. On the minus side, breakfast service is all plastic and styrofoam, with no thought of recycling. While the property is generally well maintained, the rooms are dated and worn... chipped paint, peeling wallpaper, running toilets, cramped bathrooms. The rooms are a little cave-like: dark and cramped. We were taking my father on a winter warm-up vacation and I booked two rooms. A few days before the trip he was hospitalized, and ultimately unable to travel. This trip involved four different hotels and three of them were very helpful when I called to cancel the extra room (one the same day as our arrival). This hotel however would not allow me to cancel when I called; the third party site where I booked the rooms called and also was unsuccessful. When I checked in and explained (again) that I didn't need two rooms, the response was simply "I'm sorry." They made no attempt to recognize an unfortunate situation. There was no sense of hospitality here. For this reason, I would not stay here again.
The photos looked good and we did not have much choice booking late for the Presidents weekend so we rented a casita, Best part was the comfortable bed. Lighting was poor; no wine glasses in the kitchenette. I'm glad we did not stay in the front of the property as there is much traffic noise from Rt 77. Full breakfast was included in the rate, but I've had better at a Hampton Inn. It's a make-your-own waffle or toast or cereal self-serve with plastic knives and forks and paper plates. After the first day, we went out for breakfast. To be fair, the turkey sausage was pretty tasty and the tea and coffee acceptable. I'd recommend booking elsewhere.
A great spot for an escape from the every day. The hotel is located on a busy street, but rooms with balcony offer a beautiful scenic view, overlooking gardens, pool, and mountains (back side of the hotel)!! A+ for very friendly staff, average breakfast served in the attached restaurant (Gringo), delicious coffee and Danish. We were unable to use the pool as weather was not warm enough, but it was open and some were using Jacuzzi/hot tub. Bathroom offers a shower only (in balcony room where we stayed), it is small, but festively decorated. The small bathroom was the only drawback, but everything else made up for it!!
Set in the foothills, desert, mountain majesty. Excellently trained personnel in every situation. Delightful architecture and decor with polish but not arrogance. Everywhere clean and inviting. Little nooks and crannies with unique views. Challenging Golf course/country club, convention center emphasizing art and light, fabulous windows highlighting their inviting play pool, competitive laps, and mineral soak. Every day. no matter how early I went out to take photographs, there was cold fresh water with slices of lemon. I could not find a single thing I didn't like here except I couldn't extend our stay because they were booked up for the rock and mineral activities all over Tucson.
Located in Casas Adobes, La Posada Lodge & Casitas, an Ascend Hotel Collection Member is adjacent to Quail Canyon Golf Course and within 2 miles (3 km) of Tucson Mall. This 72-room, 3-star hotel has free breakfast, an outdoor pool, and free in-room WiFi. Tohono Chul Park and Funtasticks Family Fun Park are also close to this Tucson hotel.
Free hot/cold buffet breakfast is served each morning from 6:30 AM to 9:30 AM. Sit down for a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge.
The 72 rooms are individually decorated and have an array of amenities, including microwaves, refrigerators, and coffee makers. Guests can expect free WiFi and 37-inch plasma TVs with cable channels. Pillowtop beds grant a restful night's sleep, and bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Free local calls, ceiling fans, and ironing boards are also available.
Guests of La Posada Lodge & Casitas, an Ascend Hotel Collection Member have access to an outdoor pool, a fitness center, and a spa tub. A stay here includes free parking. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with luggage storage and securing valuables. Additional amenities include free WiFi in public areas, 2 meeting rooms, and a conference center.
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71% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 313 reviews