La Posada Lodge & Casitas, an Ascend Hotel Collection Member3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
My husband and I wanted to re-heat some food in our room and didn't have anything to use besides styrofoam. The food coordinator just so happened to be in the lobby while I asked and suggested using regular plates from the restaurant. Javier at the front desk made a few trips for us and came back with the plates. Very helpful and much appreciated!
This hotel is really nice and cute.. I really enjoyed our visit the only downfall was the pool was freezing cold and they advise pool is heated which was a big lie and disappointment for my kids. We did eat at the restaurant on premises which was great and they had a live band the atmosphere was really nice. Hotel offers free breakfast which was great except the fruit Needed to be more fresh as it tasted old. I would definitely stay again, all in all it was a good visit.
I recently stayed at La Posada for 5 nights while in Tucson on business. I travel two weeks a month for work and usually stay at the main chain hotels. Wanting to try something different I chose La Posada. Upon arrival it looks like an older well kept motel. Directly off a main street with plenty of shopping, restaurants etc...in vicinity. Lobby is clean and its here you get the feel of Southwestern design and motif. Check-in was pleasant and quick. Walking to my Casita I was excited to see the interior grounds were beautiful. Lush green grass, beautiful flora with the mountains peeking beyond. Took several pics for Facebook! Entering Casita again I was pleasantly surprised by the private courtyard in the front that look straight towards the grounds and large pool. Casita is a good sized room with small kitchenette. They have glasses, cups and dishes but no utensils etc...I was given paper towels my third day there.... I would encourage them to take that extra step and offer utensils. Coffee was stocked!! Southwestern motif is definitely on display and charming. Room had sofa, no table or desk. Bed and linens super comfortable. AC and overhead fan kept my room nice and cool. When you look close you can see its aged especially in bathroom. Plaster peeling a bit, tile old but it is very clean and I never felt uncomfortable. I tried the restaurant twice. Both times getting food to go. Service was exceptionally slow. Food ok, chips Im pretty sure were not made there, had that store bought quality....no bueno...My major complaint was wifi was nonexistent for me and my last two days the cable on TV went out leaving me nothing. I was told my casita and another were having problems and thats it....no alternative offer, no we are sorry....felt like they just wanted to pretend this wasn't happening. But as I was there on business using my room as an office/home away from home...not out sight seeing...this put a real damper on my stay. Not sure I will try the off brand hotels again as I like the reliability the chain hotels offer.
We had to unexpectedly had to stay one additional night in Tucson and we were traveling with a pet. We were so lucky to find this place. The employees were all friendly. The rooms were nice. The restaurant attached to the hotel was wonderful. The pool area was pleasant and relaxing. If I ever find myself in Tucson I will definitely stay here again.
first off the value of this hotel is very good. Our room was a king suite in the c building and it was quite small including the bathroom with a cute front private patio. Upon going to bed I woke throughout the night because the mattress on my side was a canyon and my bad back just was very sore. My wife's side was pretty good and I knew the primary reason we chose this hotel was because they advertised pillow top mattresses. We also both had bites which may or may not have come from the hotel. We did find a large long worm on the carpet squiggling away and a large spider both of which I killed. Also the TV never worked and the front desk clerk said the entire building had no signal and they couldn't fix the problem until Monday. Since I'm not one to complain, I never mentioned the creepy crawlers or the horrible mattress but after a few hours laying out at the pool the next day, I knew I was dreading the coming nights mattress sleep. I went to the front desk and told the very nice front desk clerk about it and she offered to move us to the next suite since they were no longer full to capacity. The room she gave us was the best in the house in mt opinion, C-12. Very private and much larger and it had a great view and the big bonus was the mattress didn't feel like the grand canyon. This made up for all the previous negatives of the other room. Also I strongly suggested the hotel spray for bugs in my original room and replace the mattress. The breakfast was very good with hot choices and on Saturday night the restaurant which has only mediocre Mexican food really made up for that by having a great Cuban jazz quintet. Being a musician of sorts this was really great. I would not hesitate staying here...just get a suite.
My family and I have stayed at La Posada many times.. We go there because of the comfortable beds and that the rooms are very clean. We were very happy with our rooms, but the last couple of times I have been disappointed with breakfast. The breakfast buffet used to be fresh and inviting. . It used to be Well stocked and the staff made sure the tables and condiments were clean. This was not the case the last 2 times I have visited. I had to sort through plates to find a clean one. The tables and the floor was also very dirty. I was glad to find a Starbucks across the street! Hopefully they just had a bad day. I miss the beautiful delicious breakfasts from the past!
Pros: Attractive grounds and building Large pool Restaurant on site with an interesting menu, outside seating with views, and good margaritas Comfortable, clean rooms with decent southwest decor Despite being by the road, rooms are quiet Cons: Small bathroom (but clean and functional!) Maintenance could be improved Restaurant portions are small for the price (3 shrimp in the shrimp salad) Pool filters seem to struggle with the debris blown in by Tucson's afternoon winds!!
The La Posada is a wonderful hotel that is a calm oasis. My family and I stayed here while traveling between two locations and it was a great choice. The hotel itself is cozy with a center courtyard that has a pool and hot tub. The décor, both exterior and interior, is Southwest and it is done well. Our room had two queen beds and was clean, relaxing, and faced the courtyard. Bedding, pillows, temperature controls, space to store bags/luggage, ice machines, television, and so on --- all great. The shower was built in a way that no curtain was needed and my son thought that was interesting. The pool was a little chilly, but I imagine it would be perfect on a hot summers day. The hot tub was warm, but not too hot. The included breakfast was in the on-site restaurant. We did not get to experience the restaurant at dinner as it was closed the night we arrived. Very fun setting and the food was good. Your standard fare, but just enough that you can find one or two things you like. The staff were awesome. When we arrived the man talked with us and made us feel very welcome. Checking out the staff were also very nice. A few hours after we left we discovered my daughter had left her purse in the room. We called the front desk right away and they had already gotten it from housekeeping. We coordinated and they mailed it to our house...all contents still enclosed. Wonderful hotel, awesome staff, loved the cozy vibe, good breakfast, and our family would definitely recommend La Posada to others.
We made a reservation 2 months ago for a King bedroom on the lower floor since we have a service dog. We arrived at 4 and they had sold out all of their rooms. They finally found one which turned out to be a handicapped room with zero lighting, small, double beds and the soap was so bad that it wouldn't soap. They have recently changed management companies (we had stayed there before and really enjoyed it) which obviously are trying to save money. We asked for a discount which was denied. Would not recommend .
Very satisfied with our stay at La Posada Lodge and Casitas. Lovely pool, spa and green space with nice landscaping in back. Attached restaurant offers nice included breakfast and a good happy hour with outside seating. Third floor has private balconies facing the back and altho front is a busy street, thick doors cut down on the noise and we did not find this a problem. Flat patio space in back for first floor rooms so probably quieter. All in all, good value.
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 324 reviews