BEST WESTERN PLUS Gold Poppy Inn

Address: 4930 West Ina Road, Tucson, Arizona, 85743, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located on 4930 West Ina Road, Tucson, is near Omni Tucson National Resort Golf Course, Arthur Pack Desert Golf Course, Sportspark, and Antigua de Mexico.
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          Amenities

          Activities

          • Swimming pool
          • Fitness/Health center

          Features

          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Kitchenette
          • Free parking

          Services

          • Continental Breakfast
          • Business Services
           

          TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN PLUS Gold Poppy Inn Tucson

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
           

          Travel Blogs from Tucson

          Day 34 - Aircraft Boneyard

          A travel blog entry by southtoalaska on Jul 16, 2015

          1 comment, 14 photos

          ... there are some amazing stories about these aircraft. The really frustrating thing is that this became a trend throughout the tour. We would pull up to an aircraft, he would mention speaking with a pilot, mechanic, bombardier, or someone else who had an “interesting story” about that particular aircraft, but rarely added (to steal a line from Paul Harvey) the rest of the story.

          An hour goes by, we’ve ...

          Touched by Tucson

          A travel blog entry by tendashseven on Apr 05, 2015

          2 comments, 94 photos

          ... get-away. This 4 mile hike takes us up a mountainside which clearly has been victim to a forest fire in the recent past. Almost immediately, Casey spies a most unusual creature that we research and learn is the Abert's Squirrel (AKA tassel-eared squirrel). Google this little guy and you will be surprised at the way it interacts with the environment and how it helps the mule deer. The mountain top views are spectacular in part because the trees present are ...

          Movin' On

          A travel blog entry by winniestravels on Mar 03, 2015

          20 photos

          ... you just don't know where to look at the sights surrounding you, the music being played or the people. Seems that a lot of the people that come to Vegas really go by the saying "What happens in Vegas, Stays in Vegas" because they sure let it all hang out (and I mean that literally) some of them don't leave a lot to the imagination...

          We went down to the old Vegas to Fremont Street as we had heard that it was special. They have it set up as a big ...

          Left California - Yuma & Tucson, AZ

          A travel blog entry by evbrucesandy on Oct 06, 2014

          5 comments, 30 photos

          ... what's around. Tucson is really big and lots going on. It's definitely nicer here than in Yuma. Lots of adobe housing which is kind of cool. We also decided to visit a number of other campgrounds/RV resorts. We thought if we stayed in Tucson, we wanted to see what some of the other resorts had to offer. We were not impressed and actually like the place we are much better despite the trains running at night. LOL Went to dinner ...

          Exploring the Saguaro Forest

          A travel blog entry by 10sandy on Mar 05, 2014

          2 comments, 23 photos

          ... it is averaging 7 feet. This is when the first arms or babies start to grow. When the plant is 100 years old it is approximately 25 feet tall. By 150-200 years the cactus reaches 50 feet and can weigh as much as 16,000 pounds!!! Other than old age, cactus can die of disease, lightning strikes, severe drought, animals eating all the seeds, high winds can blow over the tall and heavy ones and even poaching (people will take them for ...