Hilton Garden Inn Airport

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

6575 South Country Club Road, Tucson, Arizona, 85706, United States
Hilton Garden Inn Tucson Airport
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Satisfaction Excellent
Very Good

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 20% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Families90
  • Couples93
  • Solo95
  • Business90

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Mountain Views Bed and Breakfast

by Knight999

Does anyone know Mountain Views Bed and Breakfast in Bear Canyon Road? Is it in a good and safe area?

RE: Mountain Views Bed and Breakfast

by MikePinTucson

I am not familiar with that B&B, but I am very familiar with the area (about 5 miles away). It is a very nice, and safe area.

RE: Mountain Views Bed and Breakfast

by bocmaxima

Bear Canyon is a large-lot suburban residential area. Beautiful views of the mountains, quiet neighborhood, quite a bit of retail/restaurants nearby.
I didn't know there was a B&B there. It's a good spot for one though.

Travel Tips for Tucson

Crank it up !!

by mht_in_la

In PIMA Air and Space Museum's hangar #3, you see all the bombers from WW2. This is B25, another important bomber besides B29. During the war, if the engine couldn't start, the technician had to manually "crank it up" like in photo. It reminded me of my old "kick-start only" motorcycle from many years ago.

Packing List

by sargentjeff

Take along a Mountain bike if that's what you like to do. There are plenty of great places to ride. Bring light colored loose clothing for the summer, and always pack more water than you think you'll need.

Pictured is the Tucson 'A'
This park is named 'A' Mountain because of an 'A' whitewashed on the eastern mountain slope by University of Arizona students. Riding to the top of the mountain gives a breath-taking view of the city. For many people 'A' Mountain is recognized as the home of the annual fireworks display.
The 'A' on the mountain has now been painted red, white and blue, because of the 9-11-2001 tragedy.

An "eyes-on" experience

by mht_in_la

Here's some "hands-on" experience in the observatory (or rather, "eyes-on"). We got the chance to use the little baby, the 0.9 meter Meade telescope, to observe the sun. The docent helped set up the telescope towards the edge of the sun. I saw the flames of the sun rising from the edge and also one sunspot. I tried to photograph it by attaching my digital camera onto the telescope's view finder but it didn't work.

Inventive and Creative Mexican!

by Hopkid about Cafe Poca Cosa

This isn't your regular tacos and enchiladas place. The menu at Cafe Poca Cosa changes two times a day (you heard right) so nobody gets bored of the menu. They use fresh ingredients and the food is visually and gastronomically appealing. The menu is so interesting that I guarantee that you'll have a hard time deciding what to order. The interior is colorfully decorated with Mexican folk crafts and plants are everywhere. Definitely call ahead for a reservation or you'll be waiting a while. Even if you do have to wait, it will be worth it. Anything with their great moles.

Afghani food in Tucson?

by bocmaxima about Sultan Palace

UPDATE: Closed without explanation months ago, Sultan Palace re-opened in an off-street location in the Main Gate near UA recently without fanfare. I have since been back twice.
Most of their menu is safe: kabobs, pita, hummus, etc. However, some others are true Afghani and you have probably never heard of them before. Aside from these entrees, soups and side dishes, there are some familiar teas and desserts as well.
This isn't a cheap place for Tucson standards, but you're paying for something very unique. You should expect about $12-15 per person, although they do have specials at times that makes things cheaper. This would be an excellent place to bring an open-minded date though.
For lunch, there is a buffet but also a reasonably-priced selection of sandwiches and kabobs. Shola. It has the texture of oatmeal but tastes more like rice, is smothered with a fabulous sauce and features chunks of lamb throughout. I also got a side of some sort of potato dish which was surprisingly spicy.
All very good!


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Address: 6575 South Country Club Road, Tucson, Arizona, 85706, United States