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Catalina Foothills
11 reviews
A luxury, historic guest ranch resort with romantic old-west charm. — The Telegraph
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University of Arizona
13 reviews
Set in the center of the city, within five minutes of the University of Arizona on what was once the desert edge of town, the Arizona Inn evokes nostalgia for a bygone era. — Gayot
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Catalina Foothills
10 reviews
This high-profile spa opened in 1979 to help inaugurate the notion of long, European-style restorative retreats. — Michelin Guide
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Catalina Foothills
10 reviews
Located in the foothills of the Santa Catalina Mountains, The Westin La Paloma Resort & Spa boasts a backyard worth bragging about. — The Telegraph
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Northwest Tucson
7 reviews
The most elegant and exclusive of Tucson's golf and tennis resorts is the ever-posh Ritz-Carlton, set in the rolling hills of Marana, about 20 miles northwest of central Tucson. — Fodor's
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Northwest Tucson
10 reviews
Guests of this mind-body-spirit resort, near the Santa Catalina Mountains in the High Sonoran Desert, report having "life-changing, transformative stays." — Condé Nast Traveler
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Eastside
10 reviews
60,000 acres are probably enough to get your mountain adventure on at this premier Dude Ranch. — Condé Nast Traveler
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Downtown Tucson
8 reviews
This beautifully restored 1919 hotel is a bohemian vintage beauty and a beehive of activity, mostly because of its popular cafe, bar and club. — Lonely Planet
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Northwest Tucson
7 reviews
A huge copper mural of cowboys and cacti, and a wide view of the Santa Catalina Mountains grace the lobby of this golf and tennis resort. — Fodor's
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Catalina Foothills
9 reviews
This resort is just five minutes by foot from trails leading into the untouched wilderness of Ventana Canyon. — Gayot
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Westside
8 reviews
Big, luxurious, and loaded with activities, the JW Marriott Tucson Starr Pass Resort & Spa is a family- and business-friendly hotel located on the outskirts of west Tucson. — Oyster
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Northwest Tucson
8 reviews
This laid-back lodging with gorgeous city views and desert gardens has Southwestern character and all the amenities you expect at a major resort. — Fodor's
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Northwest Tucson
5 reviews
Out in the middle of the Sonoran desert, the White Stallion Ranch is both a working ranch and guest ranch. — Gayot
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Central Tucson
7 reviews
Hacienda-style digs in historic Tucson with a pool, desert gardens and modern American eats. — Jetsetter
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Northwest Tucson
6 reviews
Golf is the name of the game at this boutique resort, which, though a bit out of the resort mainstream, is looking good after a major makeover a few years back. — Frommer's
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Westside
3 reviews
This traditional adobe B&B is hidden on the far west side of Tucson, just two miles from Saguaro National Park. — Gayot
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Catalina Foothills
6 reviews
Nestled near the base of the Catalina Mountains, this all-suites resort is surrounded by acclaimed golf links and a residential gated community. — Gayot
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Downtown Tucson
4 reviews
Beautiful yet not overly fussy historic B&B across from a quiet park; all but one of the six en-suite rooms are large, some have hot tubs or private balconies. — Rough Guide
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Central Tucson
4 reviews
The mix of rooms, suites, and casitas at this 287-unit hotel are comfortable, but a tad generic. — Oyster
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Northwest Tucson
3 reviews
This 1960s motor lodge has been reborn as a Santa Fe–style boutique hotel with a Latin theme. — Fodor's
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