See why so many travellers make Comfort Inn Tucson their hotel of choice when visiting Tucson. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Close to some of Tucson's most popular landmarks, such as Presidio San Agustin del Tucson (2.4 mi) and Pima County Courthouse (2.5 mi), Comfort Inn Tucson is a great destination for tourists.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a refrigerator, and you can stay connected during your stay as Comfort Inn Tucson offers guests free wifi.
The hotel features 24 hour front desk, room service, and shops. Plus, Comfort Inn Tucson offers a pool and breakfast, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Lindy's Diner, KG's Westside Cafe, and Cappy's, which are some diners that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
If you are interested in exploring Tucson, check out one of the art museums, such as Tucson Museum of Art and Historic Block, University of Arizona Museum of Art, and Center for Creative Photography.
At Comfort Inn Tucson, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Tucson.
Find another hotel! Unfortunately, after a day of driving we were exhausted. Had we not been, we would have left to find other accommodations, but since the sheets were clean we just wanted to sleep. When I went to shower, I found NO towels in the room at all. By the attached photos, you can see what we DID find. I went down to the desk & was able to obtain towels; however, he only had one washcloth. He said that people keep running off with them & that was all he had. He also mentioned that there was only one maid on staff that day. I also asked for a cleaning rag and something to clean the microwave with ~ it was NASTY! Sadly, I did not notice the bag over the smoke detector until I came back from getting towels. Again, had we not been exhausted we would have left . I was not able to have coffee in the morning because the coffee pod had been opened and looked as if it had been used; there was no condiment packet. The toilet whistled and ran all night; closing the door did diminish the noise enough to get to sleep. In the morning, there was no breakfast of any kind & no coffee. The only sanitizer I saw was the tub where the used keys were dropped upon checkout. I checked their website once I got home & it boasts about cleanliness ~ "CLEANLINESS MEETS CONVENIENCE Personal Hand Sanitizer Personal hand sanitizer is available at all Choice-branded hotels. This travel-size bottle may be provided to you at the front desk or in your room, and it’s yours to keep for your convenience and peace of mind" ~ I did not see any hand sanitizer except the little container that the used keys are put in upon check-out. Perhaps your website needs to be updated. I did email corporate and the hotel to make my concerns known. After a week, I still had not heard from anyone so phoned customer relations. It has been another week and still no contact from anyone. I normally would not write this lengthy of a negative review; however, because no one from either corporate or the property itself have chosen not to respond to my concerns, I feel compelled to warn others to stay away from this property. Do yourself a favor and try the Holiday Inn or Super 8 ~ probably much cleaner!…
We had an overall disappointing experience with this Comfort Inn. We had booked a three night stay as our base for a Tucson visit. We arrived about 15 minutes before the published check-in time, did check-in and receive room key, but could not "move in" because the room was not ready. The clerk indicated he would call us when it was ready. We then went out for about three hours - no call. We returned and went to the room - it was dismal! Advertised as a mountain view, all we saw was the wall of the entrance portico and broken screen on the space between the window and the wall. We returned to the check-in counter and indicated that the room was unacceptable. They had no other king rooms, so after checking we were given a double queen room. We went up to it, opened the door only to find that it was not ready - beds unmade, wet towels on the floor and counters, etc. We called back down, and after a while the clerk came up with another room key on another floor. This is now 6:00 P.M. and the place did not have rooms ready for occupancy. The room we were moved to had issues as well - no stopper in the sink, no towel bars or racks, absolutely filthy window. The breakfast was mediocre by Comfort Inn standards and served in a very crowded space. We left for another motel after breakfast. The motel itself is far enough from I-10 to avoid freeway noise, but it is in a rather commercial industrial area of town so that there are no real restaurants close. It is sandwiched between a Super 8 and a Holiday Inn Express. The Holiday Inn Express looked more prosperous. We'd pass on this Comfort Inn as an option for Tucson. We have stayed at other Comfort Inns recently, and this one is far below the standards we have enjoyed at others. We suspect that the issue for all the concerns we had centers on poor management.…
The hotel was fine. We had a comfortable bed but upon check in, there was a $10 incidental property damage charge on the bill. I protested it. First of all what would $10 really cover and 2nd of all, I had not been charged this any any of the Choice Hotels we stayed at in 14 days of travel. It was not on my final bill by the way. Breakfast was standard fare. Bed was find
A nice hotel beds are nice room is nice . But smells like a frat party with all the weed that’s being smoked there I thought I was back in Colorado. But it’s a decent size room and the bed is comfy. Just the smell of the weed .
My wife and I stayed here on our way across the country. It’s right off Highway 10 which was very convenient. The noise level was low and we slept well. The breakfast was the standard Comfort Inn breakfast and it was good. I would stay here again.