Holiday Inn and Suites Tucson Airport North

Address: 4550 South Palo Verde Road, Tucson, Arizona, 85714, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 4550 South Palo Verde Road, Tucson, is near Reid Park Zoo, Kitt Peak National Optical Astronomy Observatory, Tucson Electric Park, and Reid Park.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Holiday Inn and Suites Tucson Airport North

      A dark dirty dump

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      if you don't care about clean rooms,old beds and safty, then this is the hotel for you. we walked in this hotel and the lobby was lovley, but don't be fooled. going to our room was an eye opening experiance and it got worse the closer we got to our room. this hotel was so dirty and the hallways were dim lit so you would not see all of the problems. the bed in the room was sagging and 3 inches for the wall, so going to the bathroom would entail you crawling over the other person. the tv's were on tv trays. the furnature was broken down and the carpet was blackened from not being cleaned.this hotel said it we remodeled in 2005, and yes it was, just not the rooms. we chose to leave and went to the holiday inn express airport around the corner. this is the hotel you need to stay at,please read my review for that one.

      bottom line, always ask to see rooms before you check inn and never pay in advance no matter how good of a deal it is.we were able to leave without charge.

      Hospitable Holiday Inn

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      Holiday Inn is not one of my favorite chains. The quality of Holiday Inns is usually hit or miss, leaning more toward miss. I chose this Holiday Inn on price and good user reviews. The reviews were correct.

      I set up a group and the person I dealt with at the hotel was great. The rooms were quite nice, clean and comfortable. The lobby area was nice as was the pool and hot tub area. The only dissappointment was that the breakfast was pretty spartan. Other than that I was satisfied and would recommend this hotel.

      Nice surprise

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      Picked this hotel because of discounted hotelcoupons and were very surprised.

      Real nice hotel and very friendly staff.

      Nice lobby with waterfall. Nice garden with swimmingpool.

      Room have a good size, good beds.

      Only dinner in the restaurant was a little disappointing, rather tasteless.

      Also hardly anybody eating there...

      Breakfast was fine again, nice touch to also give cups to go.

      Great service, good price and Exceptional service

      from

      Rooms were super clean. (I am SUPER picky about cleanliness) Staff was more than helpful and there are wonderful restaurants and shopping nearby.

      Great stay

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      I found this hotel to be worth every penny. Clean rooms, friendly staff, convenient location. What more do you need?!

      Great Value!!!

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      My Family and I stayed at the Holiday Inn Palo Verde over the 4th of July weekend because we saw an advertisement on their website ( --------- ) that stated that the Ball Park that was less than a mile away was having fireworks every night.

      Great views of the fireworks for the kids!!!

      We actually only paid $85.00!!! What a value for such a wonderfull FULL SERVICE HOTEL!!

      I Highly recomend that anyone traveling to Tucson should stay at the Holiday Inn Palo Verde.

      Holiday Inn Tuscon - Palo Verde Rd

      from

      I read a review before going to this hotel, that stated it was great.

      What can you say, but overpriced. (bathrooms need a deep cleaning)

      Believe me, you will be overpaying.

      Great stay with grandkids

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      We brought 2 grandchildren, ages 7 and 11, for Easter week. Very child-friendly. We had poolside suite which was quiet, clean, and comfortable. The breakfast buffet was enormous with hot foods as well as cereal, yogurt, cinnamon buns. The dinners were excellent and the children ate free off the childrens' menu. Extra towels were brought quickly. There was a microwave and fridge in the suite for convenient snacks or lunch. We used the pool every evening. When pool towels were in short supply, a poolside phone alerted the staff. The hotel was very close to I-10 so trips to the Desert Museum (don't miss this), National Park and Old Tucson were easy.

      Sad place

      from

      I got what I thought was a good price on Hotwire, but in the end felt I paid too much. The hotel felt old and depressed. The airconditioner / heater was too noisey. There were two lights out in the room. This is not a 3 star hotel.

      Comments on the Holiday Inn

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      The Holiday Inn is a fairly large and somewhat aging property. The room I stayed in was generously sized and well appointed and I have no complaints in that department. The reason I'm only giving it three stars is because of the extra charges involved in a stay there. First, local phone calls are $1.00 each....highly annoying. High speed internet is only available through Wayport at $9.95 a day. I later found out that almost every hotel closer to the airport includes free broadband. Finally, there's no breakfast (continental or otherwise) included in the price of admission. Again, many of the hotels closer to the airport, include continental or even a hot breakfast in their rate. Finally, a pet peeve of mine... they have those little plastic bottled waters sitting in your room with a "help yourself" at $3.50 a bottle sign on them. Come on management. stop nickle and diming your guests to death if you want us to return.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Inn and Suites Tucson Airport North

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      3 comments, 32 photos

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