Rooms 112 /Architecture Fors Architecture + Interiors /Interior Design Fors Architecture + Interiors /The Original Vishal Patel & Sunny Patel
Unlike the tumbleweeds that whirl about the surrounding desert, this 112-room property is firmly rooted in its location, both in spirit and style. A boomerang-shaped pool serves as an oasis of social interaction and cultural experimentation with a calendar of live music, local art, outdoor movie screenings, tastings, and craft workshops—and an American Southwest-inspired menu of cocktails and culinary treats. A boutique store in the unique butterfly-shaped Welcome Building also allows one to take local products away with them—a perfect road trip stock-up point. The Tuxon Hotel also boasts its own private desert and cactus garden for contemplation, as well as a restaurant-bar by Jess Keene and Drew Record, a native Tucsonan who’s no stranger to a Michelin star. Encouraging guests to delve into Tucson’s offerings, this is a place to sample local craft beer, coffee, and handcrafted cocktails; a jumping off point to explore a UNESCO City of Gastronomy; and a home base to return to after climbing Finger Rock or traversing the surrounding mountain trails by bike or on foot.
TUS - Tucson International Airport
Mobile check-in & mobile key
Food & Drink
Restaurant and Pool Bar by Jess Keene and Drew Record
Live music, local art, outdoor movie screenings, tastings and craft workshops
Spa & Recreation
Hiking, off-road bike trails, cactus garden and concept store
ROOMS & SUITES
The 112 guestrooms span up to 200 square feet, and all feature a working desk, an open wardrobe, an oversized vanity, and a walk-in rain shower. Southwest-inspired photography and art adorns the walls, while local favorites in the minibar allow guests to take the tastes of Tucson home with them or along on their road trip. Each room is also home to a 50-inch flat-screen UHD TV with streaming capabilities.