I stayed here because of the reviews on Trip Advisor. I'm glad I did. Was there for five nights, met Rick, Vicki, Missy, Scott, Anthony, and Jessica. Rick's the HMFIC, and Vicki is assistant HMFIC. (Head Male/Female In Charge). Missy, Scott, Anthony and Jessica were on duty at various times when I wandered in with one request or another. Each and every one was (a) cheerful (how nice to deal with people who like their jobs) (b) attentive (they actually listen); (c) bright (you could tell they were smart folks who knew how to provide a professional and courteous guest experience; (d) knowledgeable (about restaurants, attractions, and nightlife); (e) interested in making a guest's stay an enjoyable one. I've been on the road more than 30 years, and have stayed in fancy, to crappy. I settled on nice MOR because every room looks the same when you're asleep, and I'd rather spend bucks on a fancy restaurant instead of a fancy hotel. So, keeping in mind this hotel does not, and is not intended to compete with the really expensive resort accomodations, it provided everything you could reasonably want for a fair and equitable cost. Free WiFi, in room microwave, desk, fridge, clean, large double bed - a home away from home for the working traveler. There's another reason I liked this place a lot. It's easy for a hotel to get a good rating if everything is perfect. What happens if issues arise? How are they handled? Glad you asked. MIssy advised me that a neighboring facility might get noisy, and offered me a chance to relocate. I didn't, and it was no big deal, but I thought it remarkable that they gave me the heads up, and the option. Nice. Later, a neighboring guest got a little noisy. Called the desk. Anthony answered. Explained the problem. Anthony immediately gave me several options to solve the problem. I chose one. He did it. Problem solved quickly, quietly, professionally, and with good humor. That's called class. So, I'll be back, and will stay with them again. If you go, tell'em Catfish sentcha, and said "hello". I had breakfast at the Denny's next door. Dennys is Dennys, and they give great breakfast. So Red Roof South Tucson gets a 5 outa 5.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Red Roof Inn Tuscon South, AZ is a pet friendly, family friendly hotel. Just off I-10, this hotel is near Tucson International Airport (TUS) and the Amtrak station. Close to the University of Arizona, Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Tucson Raceway Park, Pima Air Museum, Pima County Fairgrounds and Reid Park Zoo.When you check in, check out the fantastic new amenities in our newly renovated rooms! The rooms at this 100% Smoke Free inn feature new, comfy Rest Suite beds by Serta, new high-end bedding, new flooring, and a large, flat-screen TV and an outdoor heated pool! Elevators are also available for your convenience. Experience our complimentary coffeehouse-style coffee and tea in the lobby. Enjoy our “On Command Video” with a selection of free TV channels, pay-to-view premium channels, movies, music and games. One well-behaved family pet per room is welcome. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Red Roof Inn Tucson South Hotel Tucson
- Tucson Red Roof Inn