Place is gorgeous. Bathrooms are a bit small compared to other resorts.Comment of B. Giulian , United States the 2016-10-30
This hotel is good, but it is laid out poorly and needs some improvements. Lighting to the rooms is non existent at night and finding the way to your room is a challenge. Breakfast choices are limited for the price you pay and ran out of items.
Great Resort and Spa for both business and families alike. I would recommend staying in one of the adjacent buildings if you want to be near the lobby and restaurants otherwise you may find yourself taking a hike to get there. This property is nettled below the mountains and has an onsite golf course. Rooms are spacious and very clean and every staff member is extremely courteous.
Best hotel I've been to in years of traveling every week. Justin and Amanda in the bar and grill were fantasic to my wife and I. They were very polite, quick, and provided us with great insight into our first Tucson visit. We will be staying here every month from now on when I visit for work.
These folks impressed me, beautiful establishment, followed up by an AMAZING staff and presence! Money well spent. I look forward to staying at the El Conquistador in the near future. I know great service when i get it
"Pleasant but hoped for better. Mountain view room was more expensive. The view was side of cars in parking lot on back."
Best view would be sunset on other side of the hall. Room had a console table but no place to write, use laptop. The internet was included in $25 daily resort fee. The center of property was lovely and walking around property was enjoyable
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard - American Express - Diners Club - Japan Credit Bureau (JCB) - Discover
Check-in: 4:00 PM , Check-out: 11:00 AM