As a former Tucson resident, I recall the Doubletree as being an upscale hotel. I booked 4 nights at the Doubletree, as it was located near enough to University of Arizona, where I was visiting my daughter for the weekend. I arrived a couple of hours before check-in, and the hotel was accomodating and allowed me to check in early, with 2 lovely complimentary warm cookies. At the time of my reservation, I had requested 2 bottles of sparkling water for the room, which the clerk confirmed while she was making sure that the room was indeed ready. However, when I arrived in the room, the water wasn't there. The front desk had it sent down from through roomservice. The room smelled musty, but even with asthma, I have never had trouble in any hotel in a non-smoking room. The remote for the tv wasn't working. I had to make the request for maintenance twice, as no one had come to fix it within 45 minutes of my first call. Maintenance had to enter my room while I was out, because I couldn't wait for them any longer. The lighting in the bathroom of my room consisted of 2 wall sconces on the mirror, which were covered by a linen shade. There was no central lighting in the bathroom, which left the tub area almost completely in the dark. I was told that I could park in front of my ground floor room, but there was a party going on at the apartments across the parking lot, and the hotel made no effort to protect its own parking from the overflow. When I returned to my room at 9 p.m., I had to park much further away than I liked, staying alone in a Mid-Town Tucson hotel. When I awoke the next morning, I was having trouble breathing, and my asthma was under excellent control when I arrived. Again, I have had asthma for over 20 years, and I have never had trouble in any hotel in a non-smoking room. I moved up to the Westward Look Resort for the remainder of my stay. The Westward Look is a much older location, but the rooms are always fresh and well - lit, parking is ample, and requests for assistance are met promptly.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The hotel features 287 guestrooms; outdoor heated pool and whirlpool in a lush courtyard setting, massage services, new fitness center, cyber center and three tennis courts. Dine in the Cactus Rose Steakhouse, Javelina Cantina or Lobby Bar. Enjoy weekend entertainment and take advantage of our award-winning Sunday Brunch. Across the street is Reid Park, featuring two 18-hole golf courses, 3-mile jogging track and 25 lighted tennis courts. Doubletree Hotel is located near attractions, shopping, U of A, DMAFB, airport and business districts. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Doubletree By Hilton Tucson - Reid Park Hotel Tucson
- Doubletree Hotel Tucson
- Doubletree Tucson
- Tucson Doubletree