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Breakfast in Texas, lunch in New Mexico and supper in Arizona Stopped in to tombstone, neat place, a little off season so not all open yet. Had fun at Big Nose Kate's Saloon. This morning we found out we were on the edge of hurricane Manuel, flash flood warnings for west Texas, we dodged major rain till noon, then we were good. One small shower, then cleared up and rode into the sunset into ...
... python round our necks. A very good evening had by all. Then off to proper beds with sheets space around the beds and brushing our teeth with tap water - oh joy oh joy.... I am so thrilled with this place it is truly authentic, family run, just how you would imagine a ranch, it's literally like being on the set of a western. Shattered now so off to bed. Riding again first thing in the morning - by the way it's 105 here.. Even beating temperatures in England at the ...
... 140 miles northwest of Papeete, surrounded by a lagoon and a barrier Reef. In the center of the island are the remains of a extinct volcano rising to two peaks, Mount Pahiaq and Mount Otemanu, the highest point at 2,385 feet.
The island is known for its aqua-centric luxury resorts, its coconuts and that which can be obtained by the sea. WE plan on snorkeling and swiming with the sharks while on the island and its surrounding ...
... session there. The sky was amazingly clear - we could see Andromeda Galaxy with binoculars !
c) The Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, near Tucson Arizona
This museum is a 40 ha museum and zoo founded in 1952.
It contains a museum and walking paths and is one of the most visited attractions in Tucson.
The facility combines the attractions of a zoo, museum, and botanical garden, with a focus is
the plants and animals that live in ...
... on the way up, so we could enjoy both the views and the road itself. On the way, one could see the droll, gray cloud over Tucson. I'll hold my breath the next time we go into town! We just caught the tour of the solar telescope. It's the largest in the world and was built in 1964. When you hear in the news about solar flares and sunspots, the news came from there. Our guide, Jerry, is a former engineer, but he has ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
Historical Traveler Reviews Quality Inn & Suites Tucson
First of all I must say that the Country Inn and Suites are the lowest priced property in this area, if you book online and pay in advance the price is $66 a night. Indeed the rooms are small, the walls thin, and the property difficult to negociate, as one reviewer put it, as if it were designed by MC Ecsher, but it is overall a very nice place to stay!
Great place to stay!!
Don't pass up a chance to stay here. Fron the wonderful reception from the front desk to the warm cookies offered to you when you leave the front desk to the frree USA newspaper at check out. The heated spa was large and clean as was the heated pool. The fitness center was clean and very nice. The room was very clean and well appointed. They even a "happy hour" from 6-7 every nigh. Nice touch!! Please don not miss the breakfast before you leave. Will be back!
I had to visit Tucson for a conference and I have peaked this hotel to extend my visit in Tucson for 3 more days. It was an excellent choice and people were more than friendly to me. The hotel was great and was given a great room with pool and jacuzzi view. I had two TV sets which I really didn't need to, a small living room and kitchen equipped with fridge, microwave oven and coffee maker (plus the coffee).
A good choice
Really nice hot tub/pool area, free cookout on Tuesdays, good comfortable suites with cooking facilities..easy parking...no complaints here...
I was a little concerned after reading some of the reviews of this hotel, but decided to give the hotel a shot because of it's location. I was pleasantly surprised by my experience. I actually ended up calling about 4 am to check on the price of rooms and the young man who answered the phone was extremely helpful and VERY pleasant. I arrived at midnight and the front desk staff was extremely helpful and check-in was a breeze. I was staying with my mother who is in a wheelchair and the young man opened the door for us and even told us the most convenient place to park. We requested a non-handicap room because we needed two beds and were told that even though they were almost 100% full if we needed to have a handicap room they would make the necessary arrangements. Our room was extremely clean and very cute. The room was extremely spacious. Even though it was not a handicap room there was plenty of room to navigate the wheelchair through it. The water pressure was AWESOME!! I have never had such good shower pressure anywhere else in Tucson. We were unable to check out the pool because of the rain. The air conditioner cooled down the room in approximately 15 minutes, which is vital when it is 110+ degrees outside. We did not check out the breakfast because neither one of us wanted to get out of bed. We were so comfortable! We never heard any traffic from Oracle and we were on the side corner parallel with Oracle Road. We never even heard our neighbors or the people above us. When we went to checkout of Sunday there were a couple of people checking out at the same time, but we were assisted right away and checkout took less than 3 minutes. This was a wonderful experience.
The Country Inns & Suites at 7411 North Aracle Road, Tucson, AZ was simply awsom. My fiance and myself stayed there for 6 nights and loved every minute of it. Our room was very spacious, clean and adorable. Our room was equipped with a mini kitchen and sitting area with TV and telephone in one room and bedroom with king bed and bath area in another room, also with TV and telephone. The hotel atmosphere was lovely. The pool area was always clean and neat. The staff were very nice and professional especially the desk manager who was very helpful with giving us suggestion on fine dining in the area, site seeing, etc. Even the price was reasonable. We would definately stay there again the next time we are in the Tucson area. ONE GREAT HOTEL!!!!!
We stayed there for a weekend in mid-January this year. Here is the breakdown:
A hotel designed by M. C. Escher?
A decent mid-price hotel, but the "suites" are very small. The layout is strange, with endless ramps and stairways; it feels like the place was designed by M. C. Escher! Rooms on the front, facing Oracle Road, are a bit noisy. Ask for a room in back, overlooking Tohono Chul Park. The staff is friendly; the free Continental breakfast is OK.
When we stayed there (January 2005) the rooms had been recently repainted, and everything was bright and cheerful. However, the beds are not very comfortable: horrible foam-rubber pillows, cheap bedspreads. Also, they do not change the sheets unless you remember to put a card on the pillow asking them to do so! This is not cool! They should change the sheets automatically unless you specifically tell them it's OK not to change them!
Country Inns and Suites by Carlson on Oracle
On a recent trip to Tucson we stayed at Country Inns and Suites by Carlson on North Oracle. This facility exceeded our expectations in many areas, the grounds are very well kept with flowering cactus and trees, our suite was spacious, clean and modern, with a full kitchen, the included continental breakfast surpassed any other we have ever had, the pool area is like an oasis and includes a putting green and the staff was very friendly and helpful. We stayed for five days and will return to this facility on future trips to Tucson.