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Omni Tucson National Resort, Tucson

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Where to stay in Tucson

To discover the tranquility of the Sonoran Desert, book your stay at an inn just a short drive from Tucson. Staying on the outskirts of the city allows you quick and easy access to some of Arizona's wildest areas, though it does require a car if you wish to enjoy Tucson's shops and restaurants. For the ultimate in indulgence, consider one of the city's award-winning luxury resorts, which feature full-service spa and fitness centers, championship golf courses, lighted tennis courts, and indoor swimming pools.
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  • Played the Catalina and it was excellent, challenging and fun. Fairways were lush, greens firm and true. If you get the chance have a round. AND when your finished go to the patio for a drink and food...  more »
  • This place was perfectly fine for what we needed. A great pool area with a bar/cafe that had a menu with nice variety. A little on the older side it seemed, less of a modern feel, but did have a good ...  more »
  • Played the upper course, large variety of tees and they really monitor pace of play. Lovely facility and large practice center. Worth playing  more »
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  • Let me start off with, WOW! Me and a friend booked through groupon, upon arrival our reservation hadn't gone through yet, so we had some time to kill, once that got cleared up, we arrived at our room which I believe got mysteriously upgraded? I'm not sure if it was complimentary due to the initial wait when we arrived, or if it was all they had left, but wow, the mountain Vista room is amazing to say the least. It's like a small apartment, it even has a walk in closet. No kitchen tho, but a fantastic bar area with a special cooler. The bathroom is breathtaking. Marble counter tops, bathtub, and fully enclosed walk in shower, talk about elegance. This room blew me away, I had no idea it would be this luxurious and comfortable. You get your own sitting area/living room complete with couch, two chairs, TV, a office nook just off the back of the couch, and a private patio, and of course the beds, either a king or two queens, we got the two queens. We haven't even experience the spa yet, but we plan to tomorrow, so far an amazing stay!!
  • On the website they like to tout the relaxing atmosphere and couples packages. Our first stay lived up to the hype. Our room was great, opting for a mountain view room with a great view towards the mountains and a second story balcony. Our more recent stay was very lack luster. First, our room wasn't ready even though we checked in later to avoid a wait time. The lady checking people in even forgot about us and helped people who arrived after we did. Second, we opted for the same mountain view room style, but some how we were on the first story and with a bottom floor "balcony" looking at the golf course. No real mountain view here. Third, the first floor ceiling seemed paper thin, as we could hear the people upstairs running around chasing their kids. The other guests were the biggest reason for the latest stay not being pleasant. Unlike our first stay, when the other guests were polite and courteous, some of the last stay's guests were not well mannered or attentive to their kids. The last stay was not enjoyable as a couples activity. Needless to say, my wife and I have had better repeat experiences at three star hotels than at this four star resort. We will likely try a few other resorts before we attempt another go at the Omni. Others will likely have different experiences depending on room location and other guests staying at the time.
  • Great resort and grounds. Rooms are private and incredibly spacious. Pool, tennis courts and other amenities right outside your door. Only downside is that the rooms are a bit dated, but you really can't complain considering the low rates.
  • Nice, clean hotel with great size room and appealing decor. The setting was quiet and the pool and outdoor spaces were nicely done. This would have been a 5 star review but there were a couple of detractors..The service at the pool bar/grill was slow and they were not busy. Our lower level room had mosquitos.
  • Very fancy place. Nice people. Someone always opened the door for me and offered to carry my bags