Embassy Suites Hotel Tucson - Williams Center

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

5335 East Broadway Boulevard, Tucson, Arizona, 85711-3703, United States
Embassy Suites Hotel Tucson-Williams Center
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Neighborhoods in Tucson

by marlasimone4

Hi, I've been living (on and off) in Tucson for the past two years and I still can't find a reasonable area to rent a house/apartment in. I'm a full-time grad student and work part-time and currently live in an 1 bed-room apartment in the central NW. I want to be very close to the University and would prefer to upgrade to 2 bedroom house or guest house near the University and in a safe area, but everything seems outrageously priced. For those long term residents, I'd appreciate any advice. Ideally, I'd love a large guest house in the Sam Hughes area, but they seem impossible to find (oh, and I want to live alone). If you have recommendations for other areas that are safe and close to the U, I'd appreciate the insight. Also, if you know of anyone renting a reasonable guesthouse or house that sounds right please let me know or pass the word. Thanks!!


Re: Neighborhoods in Tucson

by bocmaxima

Every individual renting in Tucson wants a large guesthouse in Sam Hughes. They exist, but the likelihood of finding one is almost nil. I found one for rent once but it was going for, IIRC, $750.
You may want to look into Feldman's, which is on the northwest side of Speedway and Euclid. A lot of grad students live in this area, but don't go too far north or west as it gets sketchy. Blenman-Elm is also good, but typically overpriced and short on decent rentals. There's also a good area south of Speedway and east of Campbell with some rentals, but also a lot of undergrads around there.
You may want to look at Samos (north of Grant, west of Campbell) and Hedrick Acres. The latter has a lot of cheap rentals, but gets really sketchy. However, there's a UA shuttle running up Mountain, not to mention the bike path, so it's a very popular area for UA students and staff.
If you're already living northwest, then it's likely you don't mind the bus. If so, there are plenty of other options. I'm also looking for a new place now (I actually just got back from driving around looking for stuff), so feel free to PM me if you'd like.

Re: Neighborhoods in Tucson

by jkatcher

Darn, you sound like you'd be the perfect renter for my 2 bd. duplex near Euclid and Speedway (Feldman's neighborhood). Unfortunately, it's already rented (I ask $650 for one person, a very good deal, and screen tenants thoroughly). Have you been checking craigslist? Another idea - contact the president of the neighborhood association for neighborhoods that you're interested, like Sam Hughes. They can post your request to the neighborhood listserv. If you sound responsible and have good references, it definitely helps.

Travel Tips for Tucson

Catalina Mountains and Sabino Canyon

by celicababee

Sabino Canyon is a must see...it is beautiful! Sitting in the middle of a bubbling stream, on a flat rock..contemplating life...nothing but the stream, the canyon walls surrounding me and the saguaro cactus.

For disabled drivers

by matcrazy1

Like in many (I think) European countries they have special parking places for disabled persons in public parking lots in Tucson. They are always marked by well known sign: blue square with white wheel-chair. As you can see on my picture (enlarge) the signs are painted on a parking surface.

Is there any law obligation about it? I mean about such places in usual public parking lots?

Me and my friends go down to...

by kekky

Me and my friends go down to fourth avenue often. This is a trendy strip going east on Speedway past the I10 freeway. You can find many stores selling hand crafted Indian jewlery, or thrift stores with funky drags.

The Secret Freeway

by bocmaxima

Many cities in the US have "secret" freeways that start from almost nothing, go to almost nothing and are normally not well signed and known only to locals. New Orleans has its Earhart Expressway, LA has its Marina Freeway and Tucson has its Barraza-Aviation Parkway.
The highway was originally supposed to be Interstate 710, running as a loop along the Union Pacific Railroad around the eastern side of Downtown. But, like several other Tucson area freeway proposals in the '60's, this ultimately died, but, unlike the others, was partially constructed.
The highway is signed as Arizona 210 East/West and begins on Alvernon Way about 2 miles north of I-10 and ends at Broadway just east of Downtown. An extension to Sixth Street is planned, but it may be twenty years before this happens.
This is also a weird freeway. The speed limit is 55 on most of it and there are several full interchanges, but there are also several traffic lights and grade intersections. But, why I mention it is because, since the exits on I-10 are now closed, it represents a viable and sometimes easier way of getting from the southeast part of the city to Downtown and beyond. And, the best part is that there's rarely much traffic on it.

dont miss #9

by dchafetz about Pho Tu

Fantastic Vietnamese restaurant, mostly soups, but full variety on menu. This family restaurant has been around in various incarnations for over 25 years. Well worth eating here, and very pleasant service. #9 Pho


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Address: 5335 East Broadway Boulevard, Tucson, Arizona, 85711-3703, United States