Hampton Inn Tucson-Airport

Address: 6971 South Tucson Boulevard, Tucson, Arizona, 85706, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located in the Ward 5 area of Tucson, is near Pima Air & Space Museum, Tucson Electric Park, Kino Sports Complex, and Environmental Research Lab.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Hampton Inn Tucson-Airport

    One of the Nicest Hampton Inns.

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    I did not know airport hotels could be so nice and quiet. Hampton Inn is my budget hotel of choice and have always had good experiences. This Hampton Inn has to be one of the nicest. All the 4-5 star reviews I read on tripadvisor were dead on. We flew in about 11pm and the convenient location right outside the airport exit was great. The rooms are nice with comfy beds. This is a new property or recently renovated. Clean, roomy, nice furniture, microwave, frig, internet. The free computer and internet connection in the lobby was great to check my emails and other travel plans. Breakfast very nice. Fresh fruit, hot entrees, cereals, pastries etc. Nice staff. Nice guests. Civilized. Pool area is inviting. Also, we stayed here at the end of our trip because we had an early morning flight. Worked out well. Felt safe for 2 women traveling by themselves. Not much in way of restaurants nearby other than fast food. Pretty close to major highway exits and the San Xavier Mission. AAA discount. This is a 5-star Hampton Inn. Sites recommend: The Desert Museum and Old Town Artisan Shops downtown.

    Excellent Hotel, Great location, Price is Right!

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    We read the reviews here and chose this hotel - very glad we did - very nice friendly staff, comfy beds (and pillows) and nice breakfast included. Clean, stylish hotel. Will stay there next time.

    Great Hotel

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    I recently stayed at the Hampton Inn Tucson-Aiport and was very happy with the hotel and staff. The rooms are nice, clean and include a refrigerator, microwave and high speed internet. For a hotel near the airport, the Hampton is the place to stay.

    As good as they say

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    Staff were very friendly and hotel was immaculately clean. Breakfast was very good - only complaint was that the bins were not sufficient for the amount of breakfast trash (picky, I know!) but other than that we couldn't fault the place.

    A little bit out of the way, but worth it.

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    We paid $53 per night between Christmas and New Years 2004. We stayed in room 235 on the back of the hotel.

    The beds and pillows were terrific. High beds with nice linens and fluffy pillows.

    Excellent hot breakfast.

    The only problem is there are not a lot of services surrounding the hotel. It is about a 15 minute drive to downtown and 30 minute drive to the north side of the city were all the action is.

    Good deal

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    We enjoyed our stay at this airport hotel. the front staff was very helpful, the room was excellent, and the breakfast was better than most. The location was such that if you had any problems you could walk if necessary but that would not be necessary because of the shuttle bus. This was the best airport hotel I have stayed at in a number of years.

    Wonderful place to stay near airport!

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    Great place. Very clean. Wired-friendly. bring your own laptop and plug right into your room. However, the internet did not work b/c the network was done for most of the evening, otherwise I would have given this hotel the highest rating. The rooms are super-spacious. I had a double and was very impressed. The complimentary breakfast was great--lots of pastries and other choices. It is only a two-minute drive to the airport and about 20-30 minutes out to most place you want to go to Tucson airport. Nice hotel and great value!

    Unexpected Surprise

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    Unexpectedly, this was a great hotel. Renovated, clean, good breakfast in the lobby for free, free internet access on a computer in the lobby. Not bad for $48 a night (in the summer). I will return here. It is literally within walking distance to the airport, but of course a free shuttle is available.

    Pleasant Stay

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    I have stayed this hotel more than 10 times for business trip and everytime I stayed there I had such a wonderful experience. The front desk people are very friendly, and they are willing to take you anywhere in town with their van, so you won't have hard time finding a place to eat (try Mexican food!). On 4th floor they have a fridge and small microwave in every room. They offer nice breakfast including biscuits and gravy, hard boiled eggs, cereals, yogurt, fruits and all sorts of danish and muffins. Also they put snacks(goldfish and granola bars) in every room, so you won't be hungry while you are staying in this hotel. I think this is a really good value.

    Fantastic trip!

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    This hotel helped make my trip more than great...it was fantastic!

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hampton Inn Tucson-Airport

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

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