Finding an ideal quiet hotel in Tucson does not have to be difficult. Welcome to La Quinta Inn & Suites Tucson Airport, a nice option for travellers like you.
While staying at La Quinta Tucson, visitors can check out TIR - Tucson International Raceway (2.2 mi), which is a popular Tucson attraction.
Rooms at La Quinta Tucson provide a flat screen TV, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
You can also enjoy a pool and free breakfast while staying at Tucson La Quinta. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Tucson La Quinta.
When you’re ready to try some local flavor, be sure to check out The Original Mr K'S Barbecue and Cattletown, which is known for serving up tasty ribs, which is popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Tucson Botanical Gardens, Yume Japanese Gardens, or Mission Garden, which are popular gardens amongst tourists.
La Quinta Inn & Suites Tucson Airport looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Tucson.
I stay at this La Quinta every time I fly in or out of Tucson. The staff is wonderful -- very friendly and accommodating. The rooms are clean, fairly modern, and nicely appointed. All rooms open to an interior corrider, which, to me, is safer than exterior entry doors. Their location to the airport can't be beat; you could literally walk to the airport if you didn't have luggage. Fortunately, the hotel offers a complimentary shuttle. I also appreciate their park and fly program, allowing hotel guests to leave their cars at the hotel while away for a flat $10. Also, ad one who travels with my dog, I value La Quinta's pet friendly policies. Therefore, for the reasonable room rates, this hotel really can't be beat. I highly recommend it.
Wish they had told me that there was no hot breakfast, pool was closed and no one would clean my room for 3 days. Before I got there. I also could hear other guest talking in there rooms and they wouldn't yelling.
After a 14 hour drive all I wanted was a quick check in, clean room and comfortable bed. This La Quinta provided that along with a quiet room, bottled water, and even a recliner in the room. Would recommend.
Disappointed, Stayed at La Quinta on 11/28/2020 7001 South Tucson Boulevard, Tucson, AZ US (520) 573‑3333 Confirmation Number: 88656EC054711 Wanted to try La Quinta but wanted to make sure they serve breakfast, All the sites on Wyndham where I made the reservation and the hotel website shows breakfast was available. Upon checkin we learned that the hotel does not serve breakfast. The hotel clerk just told me :"it's on our website to call hotel for available amenities". And she also said that I could still cancel if I wanted to, We've drove 9 hours and it was already going on 7PM so we decided to stay. The room refrigerator was filty outside (lots of water or mop splash marks on the door). I cleaned iup the door so it was no big deal. We stored our breakfast items in the refrigerator, yogurt, juice, bread, ham slices. In the morning when we wanted to have breakfast, we found out that everything in the refrigerator was frozen solid. When we checked out early I told the front desk clerk about what happened. I was not upset, I was just telling her exactly what happened, The clerk was very defensive and started cutting me off, I told her to let me finish telling her my experience, She told me exactly what the night shift clerk said - I should have called the hotel for amenities. Two things that could have made my experience a good one: 1 - put a notice on the wyndham and hotel website if breakfast is not available... the ads are deceiving and misleading ... and the "due to covid - check amenities at hotel" is very generic. Usually that pertains to pools and exercise rooms. A lot of hotels are now serving breakfast. 2 - I understand it is not the staff's fault - listing breakfast on the website even if not available and the refrigerator set really high it froze everything. These are not what made me upset. It is the attitude of both night and day shift staff. They were not apologetic about it. They were defensive and nonchallant... Their attitude made me feel like it was my fault for not calling the hotel and it was my fault for not checking the refrigerator setting. A simple - "I'm sorry" would have been sufficient. This is the first time I tried LaQuinta and I don't think I'll do it again. I think you need to train your staff on how NOT to be defensive - but just to listen to customers with empathy. Sometimes that's all we want... just to be heard.…
I wrote a review of this location last November...we were quite unhappy with the stay and the lack of adequate safety measures and service. We had occasion to stay here this past week. What a wonderful improvement! The lobby was clean, desk clerks were efficient. Our room was sparkling clean! With the pandemic, I bring wipes or spray and clean all handles, light switches, remotes, surfaces, etc. In most motels my cleaning cloth shows that the room is not really "clean"...this time it was! Towels were thick and soft, bed linens were crisp and comfortable, temp in room was adjustable with a wall thermostat. We had an accessible room, the bathroom was very large, with a shower chair if needed. Shower was excellent (you do have to get into a tub, it's not walk-in). The hot water in the shower was great, hot water at the sink was only luke warm, but I think that might have been intentional as a safety issue. There was no breakfast, not even fruit, due to the pandemic, but there are plenty of restaurants in the area. Airport noise was noted, but no disturbing. What I really liked was ALL side entrances are locked at all times, you must use your key to get in, even in the daytime. Still no house phones in the corridor, or at the elevators. That would be a great addition. All in all, very happy with the difference in this motel since last year!…