Fairfield Inn & Suites Tucson North/Oro Valley
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Fairfield Inn & Suites Tucson North/Oro Valley
Travel Blogs from Oro Valley
... State Museum. It had excellent displays depicting the history of the 10 Southwest Native American tribes, very interesting! We really love Tucson, especially Gilbert Ray campground, and we wish we had allowed more time here, but time to move on, this time to Catalina State Park on the east side of ...
One month shy of my scheduled time to head home, I was enjoying somewhat rainy weather in Rifle Fall State Park in Colorado. It had been raining pretty hard. The road into town even was washed out for one day.
I did make it the three miles down the road to check in at home, and my Sister Peg told me that ...
Girls went to Anthem Outlet Mall early, then we departed mid-day for Ilene's home. Ken was a perfect host, and really behaved. Wish I could say the same about his wife! Rowdy, rowdy! But we had a wonderful time in spite of her. Oh, well maybe she was OK. Nothing much ...
Today was our visit to Kitt Peak National Observatory. Ilene had arranged for us to visit for an after-hours session with telescope viewing. The site is about 2 hours from her home, desolate area on an Indian reservation west of Tucson. The drive is truly stunning - so much vast prairie, and totally desolate. We ...
... The three of them were much better golfers than me, but we had a great time. Shot 91, and was really glad the round was over - haven't used golf muscles in two months. 81 degrees when we finished. Jane and Ilene went to "the mall", and lunch at California Pizza. We had dinner at a local Mexican joint, Lupe's Football playoffs were on, watched some.