Tucson, Arizona is a vibrant destination with Southwestern charm, natural beauty, history and a diverse artistic culture. Discover exciting attractions like the scenic University of Arizona campus via the Sun Link Streetcar located directly across from the hotel. Tour the Tucson Museum of Art, enjoy shopping and dining downtown on 4th Avenue or get wild at the Reid Park Zoo. Enjoy the opera or symphony at the Tucson Convention Center or take in a professional soccer game at Kino Sports Complex. Immerse yourself in the eclectic animal and plant life at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum or go hiking through the dramatic landscapes of Saguaro National Park.  A special welcome to the Roadrunners Hockey Team playing down the street at the Arena. We welcome fans and teams alike. Consider us your Hockey Hotel. Whether you crave adventure, art, fashion or fun, you'll find endless things to do in Tucson, Arizona. 


Tucson Downtown - 1.0 miles
University of Arizona - 1.0 miles
Arizona Stadium - 2 miles
Museum of Art & Historic Blk - 1.3 miles
Tucson Childrens Museum - 2.0 miles
Tucson Convention Center - 2.0 miles
Tucson Mall - 2.5 miles
Tucson Botanical Garden - 4.6 miles
Hi Corbett Fields - 4.9 miles
Tucson Zoo - 5.0 miles
Tucson Electric Park -7.5 miles
Arizona Sonora Desert Museum - 12.0 miles
Old Tucson Studios - 12.0 miles
Pima Air and Space Museum - 12.0 miles
San Xavier mission - 15.0 miles
Sabino Canyon Park - 16.0 miles
Saguaro National Park - 17.0 miles
Bioshpere 2 - 35.0 miles

Bicycling: Tucson is a bicycling place it is also was ranked by the bicycling magazine as one of the top 3 North American cities for “Spinning Your Wheels” for our well paved paths, bike lanes on major streets, and beautiful mountain biking trails.

Bird-watching: Southern Arizona has been internationally recognized as one of the 5 best bird-watching areas in the United States.

Golf: Tucson has an amazing array of world-class golf courses in a dramatic desert setting plus 365 days full of sunshine in which to play! Arrangements can be made through our Concierge at most local golf courses.

Hiking: Our hot desert, rugged mountains, spectacular scenery, and mild weather are irresistible to those who love the outdoors. Hiking is one of Tucson’s most popular activities.There are lots of trails can take you from the desert floor to our cool mountain peaks.

Horseback Riding: Horseback riding is also famous in Tucson. There are many ranches as well as open land to ride our horses.

Mission San Xavier del Bac: One of the country’s finest examples of Spanish mission architecture, newly-restored San Xavier del Bac was founded in the 1700’s and endures as museum and active church parish.

Old Tucson Studios: The world famous western film location and Western theme park with a steam engine, stagecoach, saloon shows, gold-panning, and daily staged gunfights.

Reid Park Zoo: One of the finest zoos in the country with nearly 500 exotic animals; many on the endangered species list involved in captive breeding programs.

Sabino Canyon: A true desert oasis with abundant wildlife and some of the area’s most spectacular views. Hike the canyon by foot or by narrated shuttle.

Saguaro National Park East and West: The Sonoran Desert is the only place in the world where the giant saguaro cactus grows.

Bisbee & Tombstone: A great day trip to two of Arizona’s unique historic towns. Historic Bisbee, the infamous mining boomtown, is now an arts and architectural oasis and the Copper Queen Mine. Tombstone—the “town too tough to die”—is the site of a fascinating chapter in American history, home to notorious saloons and the Gunfight at the OK Corral.

Colossal Cave Mountain Park: Dry cavern and historic site; crystal-filled hollow mountain, previously home to American Indian families and cowboy outlaws, is now the scene of underground candlelight tours.

Kartchner Caverns State Park: Arizona’s coolest attraction. An ancient limestone cave dripping with colorful formations, recently discovered and opened to the public. 

Kitt Peak National Observatory: Home to the world’s greatest concentration of telescopes for stellar, solar, and planetary research.

Arizona State Museum: The oldest and largest anthropological museum in the Southwest. Pottery, artifacts, photographs, and little known facts about the daily routines of prehistoric Native American civilizations are showcased.

Center for Creative Photography: This world-famous center houses over 50,000 prints including the largest collection of works by Ansel Adams in the world.

DeGrazia’s Gallery in the Sun: The former home, workshop, and gravesite of Tucson artist Ted de Grazia. DeGrazia designed and built the unusual chapel and art gallery with many of his personal favorites on permanent exhibit.

Flandrau Science Center & Planetarium: On the nearby University of Arizona’s campus, this science museum provides a varied collection of exhibits from hands-on science demonstrations to one of the largest mineral displays in the country.

International Wildlife Museum: Natural history museum with interactive exhibits such as pictures and videos as well as dioramas and nature films.