Motel 6 Tucson - Airport

1031 East Benson Highway, I-10 at Exit 262, Tucson, Arizona, 85713, United States
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accomodation

by Leeeliott

Arriving in Tucson for the Gem show... finding it really dificult to find reasonably priced accomodation i.e. from US$40 to $100 per night. We arrive (3 of us) 31.1.07 and will leave 4.2.07. This is obviously a busy time...
Cheers
Lee

RE: accomodation

by MikePinTucson

You are lucky to find anything during the Gem & Mineral Show. All of the hotels jack up their prices for this event because everything fills up.

You might try La Quinta on East Broadway, but don't be surprised if they don't have any rooms available.

http://www.lq.com/lq/properties/propertyProfile.do?ident=LQ699&propId=699

RE: accomodation

by WhispersWest

If you are looking for something close to the gem show itself, you will not find anything available at a reasonable rate. Avoid the hotels along the interstate. They may offer low prices but they are not very secure. You might try the Doubletree,http://www.doubletree.com/en/dt/hotels/index.jhtml?ctyhocn=TUSBTDT, although they may be booked, as well. The La Quinta is an a excellent suggestion. You might try using air-gorilla.com and see what they come up with. There is so much going on during that week that finding "reasonable" lodging will be quite difficult.

Adios,

Bit Devine
Cowboy Craic

RE: accomodation

by edith626

have you tried some of the B&B in town?
bed and beagles of tucson offers decent prices, but it is not close the the center of the city.
let me know how it goes. i will ask around and see if someone might want to rent you a room.

Travel Tips for Tucson

View from the hill

by mht_in_la

To the east of the mission, there's a small hill only about 100 yards away. You can walk around the hill or climb to the top (only a few minutes hike). At the top there's a statue of some saint. From the top you can survey the floorplan of the church and the surrounding area.

Pack for Summer heat

by lamentforicarus

In the summer months (basically May - September) Tucson's temperature often exceeds 100 °F. Many summer events are held in the evening or at night when the sun has set and temperatures are cooler, but should you choose to brave the heat and explore town during the day, pack loose-fitting clothes, sunscreen, and sunglasses.

Zia Records

by bottleofdoom

Zia Records is the 'chain' store, but they have their merits too. Not as bad as a Sam Goody or anything. There's a good mix of indie and corporate labels. They have used cd's too, but very limited vinyl. Zines and accessories as well. 2 locations: 3655 N. Oracle Rd., 3370 E. Speedway Blvd.

(This is where I work now)

Best Steaks in Town and Family Fun Too!

by mog1254 about Pinnacle Peak

Pinnacle Peak in located in Trail Dust Town-and kids will love the Old Wild West surroundings. The Steaks are ALWAYS great-very reasonably priced, and the Atmosphere makes the meal both enjoyable and fun. The BIG Cowboy- A 2 POUND cut of Steak that's enough for two-but you'll want to savor the Mesquite Flame Broiled taste all by yourself. It's so juicy and tender and always cooked just the way you want it..

Mariachi anyone? Try La Fuente...

by LadyL

Mariachi anyone? Try La Fuente Mexican restaurant. Vivace - Italian, Hidden Valley Inn -American, Cafe Poca Cosa - gourmet Mexican, Cafe Terra Cotta - contemporary Southwestern, Conti's - family owned Northern Italian cousine., Samurai - non-pretentious every day Japanese food, I love Sushi - Sushi bar and much more

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