Doubletree Hotel Tucson at Reid Park

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

445 South Alvernon Way, Tucson, Arizona, 85711-4198, United States
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Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
37%
150
Very Good
39%
156
Average
13%
55
Poor
5%
23
Terrible
3%
12

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  • Families84
  • Couples78
  • Solo82
  • Business71

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CARNIVAL OF ILLUSION

by rsarlot

"CARNIVAL OF ILLUSION"

CARNIVAL OF ILLUSION: An Evening of Intimate Magical Wonders

Here's a Magical night out that will transport you to a turn of the century experience. National-touring illusionists and national-recipients for "Excellence in Magic", Roland Sarlot and Susan Eyed present their Victorian-Inspired Magical Show "Carnival of Illusion: An Evening of Intimate Magical Wonders" to only 35 guests per show.

Show tickets offer a BONUS: Buy one dinner on show nights in either hotel restaurant and receive a (equal or lesser priced) dinner FREE!

"Best Show in Tucson" -Tucson Citizen
"Amazing!" -LA Weekly
"Outstanding" -Fox News
"Incredible" -Indianapolis Star

When: Fridays at 6:00pm and 8:30pm, Saturdays at 6:00pm and 8:30pm
Where: Doubletree Hotel Tucson at Reid Park, 445 S. Alvernon Way, Tucson, 85711
How Much: General Admission $25; Seniors (55+) $20; Juniors (ages 8-16) $20
Tickets at: http://www.CarnivalOFillusion.com or (520) 615-5299.

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Forum Posts

Hotels in Tucson for a weekend.

by lilsoapspudz

Hello, I've recently moved to Tucson (and Arizona as a whole) and am now a student here. My Fiance's birthday is coming up in Oct. and I'd like to get a hotel room for the night for him and I (as a surprise).
I want somewhere nice, but not too expensive since minimum wage doesn't exactly make you rich :/

I'm really looking for a place with a pool (indoor or outdoor, doesn't matter), whirlpool, rooms with 1 bed (king preferably), and for the room's bathroom to have a tub (shower-tub combos work fine).

I've tried browsing around online, but find it somewhat to be a pain, hence why I came here. Thank you for your help, I appreciate it :)

Re: Hotels in Tucson for a weekend.

by brotherleelove

Doubletree Hotel Tucson at Reid Park
445 S. Alvernon Way, Tucson, Arizona, USA 85711-4198
Tel: +1-520-881-4200 Fax: +1-520-323-5225

http://www.doubletree.com/en/dt/hotels/index.jhtml?ctyhocn=TUSBTDT

Re: Hotels in Tucson for a weekend.

by madamx

How about a romantic bed and breakfast? Sometimes you can get more bang for your buck by staying in one instead of a hotel. We saw this place, but they were booked and we had to find other accomodations. It's a beautiful property:

http://www.azuregate.com/grounds.html

Re: Hotels in Tucson for a weekend.

by lilsoapspudz

Bed and Breakfast's are nice, however, not exactly his taste and the themes that (from what I've seen) all bed and breakfast's here in Tucson aren't appealing to me, so they don't work out well for us :/

Re: Hotels in Tucson for a weekend.

by bocmaxima

Exactly how much are you looking to spend? $100?
It's unfortunately too late to get those great deals at the resorts in the Foothills.
Doubletree is actually a really good suggestion. It's usually fairly reasonable and it's very nice.
Holiday Inn Express's are really great, but not exactly romantic. Indoor pool with a hottub, but there are usually kids there. They don't exactly have the best locations either: Wetmore (next to a cow and pig farm), Grant and Cortaro (both next to the freeway). Usually about $100.
Also the Radisson on Speedway, Embassy Suites on Broadway, and they just finished remodeling the Hyatt Place on Tucson Blvd by the airport. They should all be about $100.
There's also the Hilton East (on Broadway just past Kolb), but it may be too expensive.
Thought about getting out of town down to Bisbee or something?

Travel Tips for Tucson

Palm trees at Tucson suburbs

by matcrazy1

I was driving to Tucson Downtown from western part of Saguaro National Park. There was a street with quite a lot palm trees. But it seems that there are less palm trees in Tucson than I could see in towns and cities at the Pacific coast in southern California.
Hmm... less water ----> less palm trees, I suppose.

Art to see and buy

by matcrazy1 about Blue Topaz Gallery

There are quite a lot of various galleries in Tucson. In Blue Topaz gallery you can see temporary displays of various artists. There were some paintings when I was there.

Hours:
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Thursday
9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday.
Personally, I liked some minerals (eggs or something like this made of them).

Wonderful Mexican Restaurant

by mog1254 about Molina's Midway

Molina's Midway is one of the oldest family run Mexican Restaurants-and the aromas are the first thing that you notice when you walk in. The staff are always warm and friendly-and the prices are very reasonable for Mexican food. Try the Dr. Clarks Cheese Crisp--yummm Wow- Everything that I've ever gotten there is so good-so fresh and tasty, it's hard to make a single choice.

Guided Tour and Trails

by jnadler

This is something to see. There is a tram that will take you to the top and back if you choose. It stops along the way, so you can get on and off whenever you like. On the way up, there is a guided tour, and the tram stops and waits at the top so that the riders can take their pictures. We rode the tram all the way to the top, took our pictures, and then rode it part of the way back down, getting off to walk the rest of the way down. The path we walked had a lot of different kinds of plants, including mistle toe ;-)

There were also people there who were, despite the heat, jogging, riding bikes, and setting up picnics along the path. Our tour guide warned that there had been mountain lion sightings within the past year, and they give you instructions for what to do in case you meet one, but I don't think it was too serious of a problem.

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 Doubletree Hotel Tucson at Reid Park

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Address: 445 South Alvernon Way, Tucson, Arizona, 85711-4198, United States