Place is gorgeous. Bathrooms are a bit small compared to other resorts.Comment of B. Giulian , United States the 2016-10-30
"Disappointing rom with added costs"
The area is nice and the resort itself is older but in a beautiful setting. Our disappointment was with the room we were given. We stayed 3 nights and paid close to $300. per night with the resort fee and taxes. For that kind of cost I expect to we wowed by the room. It was just a clean basic old motel type room overlooking the parking lot. The HVAC system made a loud bang every hour or so to wake us up. Tight bathroom that showed it's age. We were in building 1 with a mountain view but that mountain view included eye level with the people coming and going from their cars in the parking lot. The lobby bar and the restaurant were mediocre and very expensive. This resort is advertised as a tennis resort online. However, the tennis facilities are NOT a part of the hotel and have a charge of $20. per hour to play on them. This is in addition to the daily resort fee of $35. We won't choose this resort again.
"Unusual bad experience at a Hilton Hotel"
My room had a random loud banging that lasted 1-2 seconds like the attic noise in The Exorcist movie. When I mentioned it to the front desk when we checked out, they acknowledged “oh yes, we’ve had contractor issues and we’ve had to close a few rooms.” It happened around the clock and woke us up. If you stay in Room 4122, bring a Priest or earplugs. They also hosted a Bridal Show which took up all the parking spots for guests. We had to park way out in an overflow lot. Pool and grounds were nice though.
"Not a good fit for a single person traveling on business"
This is a nice resort. It is very spread out which probably works for, what appeared to be, mainly families with kids that wanted to hang out by the pool. Parents may have played golf. Limited space for a single business traveler to sit at a bar and eat a meal. The food was high-priced but not very good. Service by valets and bell hops was excellent. Probably a nice resort but not a good fit for me. Nice views of surrounding mountains and a long way from the Interstate.
We were there for 5 nights for a conference. The staff was very friendly and the hotel is beautiful.The conference rooms were set up very efficiently is The views of the mountains are amazing. We will definitely return
"Suberb Resort, Our Second Visit and it Will Not be the Last!"
This Resort, its up-against-the-mountain location, and stunning grounds landscaping is really a good place to enjoy the Tuscon area. Its located up in Oro Valley, a little bit off of the beaten path and in a beautiful, more quiet area north of the City. It is very close to the nicer shopping areas along Skyline Drive and yet handy to drive to and visit the tourist highlights around Tucson. The Two Saguaro National Park, and the Sonora Desert Museum are easy to get to from the Resort. Tucson has also become a culinary destination...so while the Resort has excellent food you can also mix it up by visiting some of the other Tuscon restaurants. The resort has a main multi-story section of rooms facing the big central pool. There are also some cabanas a little away from the main buildings...but which also have their own-area shared Hot tubs and easy access to all the Hotel amenities. If you need help with your luggage, ask because its not easy to lug your bags down to the cabanas, especially when there are no luggage carts handy. Check on reserving your rooms way ahead of time...you may find some incredible deals like we did, that equal or beat other plain ole Chain Hotels around town.
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