Residence Inn Tucson Williams Centre
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of Residence Inn Tucson Williams Centre
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Residence Inn Tucson Williams Centre
Travel Blogs from Tucson
East Saguaro National Park- Had a great day walking through NP. Had been here before but did not have time to do any hiking.
Drove through Gates Pass on way to West Saguaro National Park. Did little bit of hiking then drove through rest of park.
Kitt Peak 24 optical and two radio telescopes it is ...
... in the downtown area.
10/2/14 - We visited the Yuma Territorial Prison which was also known as the "Hell Hole". The structures of the prison still stand as well as a cemetery. 111 prisoners died in this prison - either by disease, killing each other or from trying to escape. Of the 111 prisoners, 104 of them have been buried on-site at the cemetery. It was kind of creepy walking the cemetery knowing that 150 years ...
... paws on my shoulders and living my face. My very happy kitty spent the night with me cuddled up by my neck. The next week and a half was spent working and setting plenty of friends and family. Was able to spend time with my parents, Laura and David, Diane and Ryan, Colbi, Mikey, Veres, Karen and Nancy, Jo and Ron and even Judy and Walley. Not ...
... Tucson, because it's not the best place to be underage! The next morning Celeste took pity on me and made me chorizo with potatoes and eggs AND delivered it to my death bed. One night at about 1am Kaylene, Kelley, Brent and I went up Mt. Lemmon as a spur of the moment thing. Tucson is beautiful from up there.
We all went to the movies a couple of times as well has having movie nights at home. I tried making ANZAC biscuits for the girls, but golden syrup was nowhere to ...
... everyone else is in the same boat (the first timers like me and elaine anyway) so with that you just take a deep breath and get ready to go. Thankfully, a slow ride is a slow ride, very easy pace strolling through the surrounding desert for an hour, getting used to the saddle and movement. On this ride we saw a snake, long horned wild cow and wild deer, all suitably amazing, though a little scary. And when we arrived back it was all fine and I had ...