Hampton Inn and Suites Tucson-Mall
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My boyfriend and I stayed at the Hampton Inn and Suites Tucson-Mall for a week in October, 2006, and we really enjoyed our stay. My boyfriend had a convention at the Hilton El Conquistador and we contemplated staying there, but after doing some research, we found that we got a lot more bang for the buck at the Hampton. The Hampton Inn provides a very nice complimentary spread for breakfast including a rotating hot entree each morning, and you then there is the free evening reception with wine, beer, light dinner, and cookies. We booked a King Suite, complete with a kitchenette and living area and it was a really spacious and comfortable place to come after a day of hiking or sightseeing. It is in a good location, close to plenty of restaurants and 2 malls. The pool area gets shady around 3-4 pm, so it is not the best for sunbathing, but in the heat of summer, the shade is probably much appreciated. I never went into the pool, but it is supposedly heated. I put my toe in it, and it was a little cool for my taste. The hot tub, however, was superb. The fitness center is pretty small, but it has the essentials (a treadmill, bike, stairmaster, eliptical trainer, tv). If you are addicted to the internet like my boyfriend then you will find the free wireless internet to be wonderful. Only bad things were that our jacuzzi tub didn't work initially, but was fixed quickly, the maids do NOT speak english, and the front desk receptionists aren't the friendliest. We will definitely stay here again if we are in Tucson.
We had a very good experience staying at this hotel on two nights in two different rooms. We would definitely use this hotel again because of how clean it was and the value which included complimentary buffet breakfast and light dinner. The decor was very satisfactory.
Fab Time in Tucson
I stayed here for 7 nights whilst on business in the area.
I have to say, it was fantastic - though the decor wasn't exactly my taste (heavy, dark furniture, flowery duvet covers...) it was immaculately clean - something i'm very obsessed with!!
The staff were incredibly helpful - nothing was too much effort. The shuttle bus service that was offered was faultless - we didn't need to hire car!!Complimentary snacks and drinks (alcohol & soft drinks) were very welcome at the end of a long day (and very yummy!)
All in all, it was a wonderful stay & great value for money
What a relief to find this place
On our first stay in Tucson, we spent 3 unhappy nights in a Best Western near University Blvd., sketchy neighborhood, loud abrupt noises in the night. So, in the past we have had good luck at Hampton Inns and when we switched we were not disappointed. The location was a bit far from city centre but close to the drive out to the Desert Museum. The breakfast bar was amazing, everything you could want. The Mexican restaurant next door had fabulous food and don't miss the mariachi band. Ver pleased with our stay in general.
Great for business
Full breakfast, clean and updated rooms, a hilton property, great for business. Pool and exercise room are small, but who cares when you are there for the bed. Get a quiet room in the back if street noise is a factor. They have views of the mountains.
Make sure your Iron works before the morning
The establishment was very clean and modern. A full complementary breakfast is served for free. I even forgot a tie for my meeting and they had several brand new ties to let me borrow. Staff was helpful, but the Iron's dont work. I complained about the broken iron and got a replacement which was also broken, this same exact thing happen to my client who was staying in the same hotel. An Iron is a very important thing on a business trip to have, this hotel needs to invest in some new Irons.
A terrific basic hotel. Nothing special about the decore or surroundings but nice people and a great rate. Clean and accomodating. We travel to Tucson frequently and have stayed here five times. Good breakfast, nice pool, good location in North West Tucson. Good service and good rates. I 've stayed at Lowe's Ventana, for example, and this is far and away a better deal...as comfortable, clean and without a staff person with his/her hand out for a tip or a extra charge every two feet.
Staff Lies to You!
We booked a jacuzzi suite here and we were told that the jacuzzi was separate from the shower. Well, it wasn't! They lied and made no apologies. The room was large and comfortable with neat furniture, but we will never stay here again. Our room was also infested with crickets and we heard them chirping all night. Terrible.
My family and I stayed here on a Tuesday through Sunday. Nicely decorated, clean, comfortable room. Friendly, attentive staff.
Room rate included great breakfast: fruit, cereal, english muffins, bagels, french toast, danish, hard boiled eggs, yogurt, coffee and juices. We didn't enjoy breakfast on the weekend because it was so crowded that we had trouble finding a table and they ran out of some foods (note: we found out that we were there during parents' weekend at the University of Arizona).
We'd definitely stay here again!
Visited Tucson, AZ in late fall 2002 and loved Tucson so much, that I bought a house and moved here in Dec 2002.
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