Comfort Suites at Tucson Mall
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Great Stay and Great Location
My family (12 people) had to attend a wedding in Tucson the beginning of March 2007. I used Trip-Advisor to research many hotels in the area and finally found this one. We loved it! The free continental was great! Make-your-own waffles, french toast, cereals, bagels, pastries, coffees, juices.....it was all good! The rooms were very clean and all appliances worked great! Being right across the street from the Tucson Mall was ideal for any last-minute clothing purchases and the mall was one of the nicest we've ever seen. The wireless internet worked flawless for our stay, and there's even a kiosk where you can print your boarding passes for your flights or check your e-mails.
A tip-of-the-hat to the excellent staff - all were friendly and cheerful. Lots of restaurants in the area also. We highly recomment this hotel and will stay there anytime we travel to Tucson. Highly recommended!
Hat unseren Bedürfnissen entsprochen
Wir waren in jeder Hinsicht mit dem Hotel zufrieden. Wir sind nach 18:00 Uhr mit dem Auto aus Phoenix im Hotel angekommen. Zur "Happy Hour" gab es Brötchen, Chips und alkoholfreie Getränke. Eine wirklich nette Geste. Das Frühstück war sauber, ordentlich, vielfältig und stand für zwei Stunden zur Verfügung. Kaffee und Tee konnte man immer bekommen. Das Zimmer war sauber, außerdem gab es einen tollen Kühlschrank und eine Mikrowelle im Zimmer. Das Badezimmer war etwas zu klein. Es gab einen wunderschönen Bereich mit einem Schwimmbad und einem Whirlpool. In der Eingangshalle stand ein Computer mit Drucker zur Verfügung. Die Angestellten der Rezeption wussten immer was los war und wo man hingehen konnte. Hinreichend Parkplätze. Die Lage war etwas merkwürdig. Auf beiden Straßenseiten gab es Autohändler, vielleicht 15 insgesamt und dann stand plötzlich das Hotel. Dies war vielleicht der einzige Nachteil, aber man konnte sich wirklich nicht beschweren.
Ha soddisfatto le nostre esigenze
Siamo stati abbastanza soddisfatti da un po' tutte le caratteristiche di questo albergo. Siamo arrivati attorno alle 18.00 in auto da Phoenix. All'happy hour c'erano bibite, spuntini e panini. Un bel tocco. La colazione era ordinata, varia e disponibile per due ore. Caffè e tè erano sempre disponibili. La camera era pulita, con frigorifero e microonde in camera. Il bagno era un po' troppo piccolo. La zona piscina/idromassaggio era perfettamente pulita. C'è un computer con stampante a disposizione nella hall. Il personale della reception era attendo e tempestivo. Ampio parcheggio. La posizione era un po' strana, fra concessionarie d'auto (circa 15) che circondavano l'albergo su ambedue i lati della strada. Non c'era molto altro di cui lamentarsi.
Met our needs
We were quite pleased with all aspects of this hotel. We arrived around 6 pm after driving from Phoenix. "Happy Hour" provided sandwiches, chips and soft drinks. A nice touch. Breakfast was clean, neat, varied and available for two hours. Coffee/tea always available. Room was clean, great fridge and microwave in room. Bathroom a bit too small. Spotless pool/hot tub area. There is a computer/printer available in the lobby. The desk staff knew what there was to do and where to do it. Ample parking. The location was a bit strange. On both sides of the street are car dealerships, perhaps 15 of them and then boom, a hotel. If that's the only downside, we had little to complain about.
M'all righty then!
I am currently at the Comfort Suites Tucson Mall, and feeling quite pleased with my experience so far! I prefer to book hotels thru Priceline and hate to pay full price, but in a town like Tucson where hotels can be very iffy, it was worth paying full price to feel secure about what I was getting.
The location of this hotel is quite nice, right across the street from the Tucson mall, yet it feels kinda secluded and my room has a nice view of the mountains. It's also only about 10 minutes off of I-10, down a street that is not too clogged with traffic, which Tucson can be.
The room comes with a microwave and minifridge, and high speed internet with a good strong signal.
Calling this room a suite is a bit of a stretch as it's on the small side, with just an odd little framework sort of defining a separation between where the bed is and where a couch and desk are. But the rooms are well cleaned, the furnishings fresh and tasteful, and all is well maintained, something not that easy to come by in midrange priced hotels in Tucson!
Clean, comfortable, you get what you pay for...
My wife and I stayed for five nights at the beginning of February '06. The staff was pleasant, the room was clean, the location was ok for most activities in Tucson - even if Auto Mall road is a little obscure (it is directly across Oracle Road from the Tucson Mall). It had a good exercise room. Some have complained here about noise, my wife and I found that the noise level was certainly no worse than other hotels we've stayed at in Tucson. The breakfast was ok, if not inspired...my complaint was that on week days it stops at 9:00 pm, so you can't sleep in and get the "free" breakfast. Also, the hotel was busy and they ran out of certain breakfast items. My one complaint was that the housekeeping was inconsistent - not bad, just inconsistent. The room was always clean, but, for example, the staff didn't check the coffee maker three days in a row...so we had to wash it ourselves. No big deal, just a little annoying, especially as I leave daily tips and raised it with the management. Otherwise, a perfectly acceptable if uninspired hotel.
I thought this hotel was nice. It was within walking distance to the Tucson mall. Plenty of restaurants nearby also. It was close to the ball field we were playing on so that was nice also. The rooms were very clean and the rates were good. The staff was very friendly. Enjoyed the free breakfast also!
Very pleased with this Hotel
We were very pleased with our six night stay, I was in the area for buisness, and my wife accompanied me on this trip. We were very happy with the daily breakfast, especially after mastering the waffle iron. One or two evenings we were treated to complimentary pizza and beverages. The location of the hotel is squarely in the middle of numerous automobile dealerships, but sidewalks were prevelant for a morning power walk. This is not a luxury hotel with all the perks, but rather a very modern travelers respite within walking distance of a large mall and several restaurants. If I go back to Tucson again, this hotel will certainly be high on my list of places to stay for affordable comfort.
Very Nice Hotel
Stayed one night in room 131. Our room was quiet and, most important, very clean. The front desk staff was friendly and efficient, and the pool was nice. There was a good variety of food available for the continental breakfast. The hotel location is great because you're right across the street from Tucson Mall and several restaurants. Would definitely stay here again on our next visit to Tucson.
No good for more than one or two nights!
Stayed at the hotel for 1 week - would not recommend a long term stay to anyone. Hotel seems to cater to overnight guests with lots of coming and going. Rooms have no soundproofing - could hear a normal conversation in the room next to us! Layout of the rooms is also awkward with the space you use least the farthest from the door. The beds and bath are nearest to the door (you feel like you have no privacy). Breakfast was mediocre at best but there was a Krispy Kreme donut shop right next door. Also you are quite a distance from downtown and many of the tourist attractions, so lots of extra driving.
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