La Quinta Inn and Suites Tucson Airport

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

7001 South Tucson Blvd., Tucson, Arizona, 85706, United States
La Quinta Inn & Suites Tucson Airport
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 15% higher than other 2 star hotels

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Forum Posts

Old Tucson Studios

by jonellis

I heard that Old Tucson Studios burned down a few years ago. Does anyone know if it was rebuilt, and is it open now ?

Re: Old Tucson Studios

by leics

Re: Old Tucson Studios

by travelgourmet

Yep! It did burn and was rebuilt. Open fer your gold, pardner. See website:

Re: Old Tucson Studios

by travelgourmet

Why, you must be Calamity Jane. Beat me to the draw. lol

Re: Old Tucson Studios

by leics

No calamities here! :-)

Re: Old Tucson Studios

by travelgourmet

Being from across the pond and not from the "old West", you might be mis-interpreting the term "Calamity Jane". You answered the forum question about "Old Tucson", while I was remembering my days at the University of Arizona in Tucson and actually visiting the Old Tucson Studios,while replying, as well, to the question. Your answer beat mine by one minute (faster) and I did not know you had answered. Calamity Jane was a western sharpshooter (use of gun with great accuracy). So, by being first to answer so quickly was like a gunslingers draw of a weapon out of a holster. I was referring to you being Jane, and Calamity was a Jane. So, I won't try to explain any further and turn this into a calamity. BTW ,Calamity Jane was a western fighting woman back in the days of cowboys giving shows of marksmanship. See the website:

Re: Old Tucson Studios

by timessquare

My father passed on last Saturday 7/11, so topic of this thread brings back memories.

I remember this was one of the places we visited when as a kid my family made a
cross-country summer vacation trip from Lubbock, Texas to California back in 1972.

Good to know the place is still around.

Re: Old Tucson Studios

by nhoolb

Very well said, Jon!

Re: Old Tucson Studios

by travelgourmet

timessquare, I am sorry for the loss of your father. Trust "Old Tucson" will bring good memories for many.

Re: Old Tucson Studios

by leics

The press pages on the website clearly indicated it was current. I checked them before I posted.

Re: Old Tucson Studios

by bocmaxima

Just a note from a Tucson resident: everyone's right in that it did burn down and was rebuilt. If you're planning to go there, I would not do so if you don't have kids below the ages of 13 because, frankly, you will not enjoy it. It's very expensive and, aside from the Old West shows, there's nothing for older folks to do. Save your cash for the Desert Museum up the road. If you just want to see the Old West show, you may want to consider Pinnacle Peak, which is a steakhouse on the city's near east side and famous for cutting your necktie. There's another like this in Phoenix called Rawhide, and another Old Tucson-esque place (although free admission) in Apache Junction (east of Phoenix) called Goldfield.

Oh, and I thought the Calamity Jane thing was really funny. I guess it's just as Americans growing up with that stuff that we don't realize that that it's only recognized by other Americans.

Travel Tips for Tucson

Fourth Avenue

by bhemak

4th Ave. has interesting shops, decent restaraunts and clubs, and entertaining people to watch. It has a little trolley that goes to the university just a couple minutes away. Are there other streets like this in the US? Yes, but this one has a Southwest / punk / university theme. My former girlfriend once lost the front plate of her car stereo in a catus on 4th ave. when the university came in second in the NCAA tournement. She was very drunk and I thought it was funny.

It can help to be bilingual..I...

by Jonurse

It can help to be bilingual..I really should know more Spanish than I do..Tucson is a melting pot, we have a large Hispanic population, and Native American population. Don't treat the people like dumb hicks..they're not...

World's biggest solar telescope

by mht_in_la

The photo shows McMath-Pierce, the world's biggest solar telescope. It's named after the two designers. Built in 1958, McMath-Pierce is Kitt Peak's very first and the most important telescope. It has a very distinct structure -- a 500-foot light path inclined to parallel to the earth's axis. With 200 feet above ground (at the vertical height of 100 feet) and 300 feet into the mountains, it's worth a visit!!

The Buffet

by bottleofdoom about The Buffet

One of the oldest bars in tucson. A total dive! Cheap beer, pool table and shuffleboard. Jukebox has records in it probably from when it first opened. You will see very shady characters here, but the college crowd loves it after about 10:30pm. None

Ranch Dining

by TRimer about The Tack Room

This award-winning restaurant is on an old dude ranch.

In 1977, The Tack Room became the Southwest's first Mobil Travel Guide Five Star Award winning restaurant. The Tack Room has been inducted into the Fine Dining Hall of Fame and received the DIRoNA award for fine dining. In 1996, Drew Vactor was named Independent Restaurant Operator of the Year. In 2000, The Tack Room received its eighth consecutive AAA Five Diamond Award . The steaks are superb!!!


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Address: 7001 South Tucson Blvd., Tucson, Arizona, 85706, United States