Randolph Park Hotel & Suites
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Randolph Park Hotel & Suites Tucson
Travel Blogs from Tucson
... for access, a few had come from the preservation boneyard as they were covered in a white sealant on seams and openings. There was some interesting old planes there but mostly not worth mentioning.
After a fair amount of time there I left for the gym. I hadn't had a gym to train at since leaving LA, so I was eager. I find one of the few available gyms and drive there. Since it's a Friday afternoon, the place is empty except for one elderly woman. I rush through ...
... was attached to the mother plant… Put it in potting soil and give it some water… And it’s so hardy that it would set roots and start afresh… Of course it flowers… And seeds… but this method is faster and in some cases easier… what you might see in the store as a ...
... blisteringly hot. I slipped pieces of ice into the back of my shirt and into my bra. I would pour water into my $2 Wal Mart denim cap and plop it on my head. It would dry in 10 minutes. I was getting desperate and my left arm was starting to burn from the sun, so I hatched an idea. The great thing about road tripping is that you know no one, so you lose your inhibitions and become the person that you wouldn't be back home. I stopped at a Love's gas station and marched into ...
We have been in Tucson since February 18Th. We decided to leave El Paso in sort of hurry, they were predicting high winds to arrive in the next day and then for the next 7 to 10 days! Wind gusts up to 60 mph! The night before we left the wind gusts were probably in the 30 to 40 mph range...you could here the wind build and then wham it would hit the trailer and you would rock and roll. We ...
... experiment here is in there salt water ocean... I don't know if you understand that in
the Pacific Ocean there is a whirl pool that has collected all the plastic that has been thrown into the Pacific.... its several miles across, almost 4 ft thick... no country or company has figured out a way to economically harvest this plastic.. so it ...