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|"Beautiful setting in the Catalina Mountains."||(in 8 reviews)|
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|"Poor service to adult pool area."||(in 10 reviews)|
|"We live in Tucson, but like to stay to relax after the event"||(in 2 reviews)|
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The beautiful room, grounds, botanic gardens & great food!
Good for a weekend getaway with family in Tucson
Very nice property and most of the staff were super-friendly and helpful. Easy to waste away a couple of days poolside while the kids swim.
Lost of confusion regarding my Kayak reservation. We paid extra for a room with a mountain view and were charged for it, but the hotel was never informed, so I had to sort that out and we had to move rooms. Also still disputing the resort charges that we paid once through Kayak and were charged for again by the hotel. Had an issue with housekeeping. Our little one had an accident on the bath mat before we could get him into the tub. We wadded up the bath mat along with the dirty towels and placed them in a pile on the floor for housekeeping to replace. They put the same bath mat back in place, which was gross. Finally, the pool bar was understaffed for the Memorial day weekend- two people making drinks for over 200. They were grumpy and were not able to keep track of who was next waiting in line. The honor system did not work it led to a lot of frustration. Plus, there was a drunk guy at the bar that was harassing people as they came up to order. Some of it had unacceptable sexual and racial tones. He should have been cut off and 86'd by the staff, but instead was allowed to continue to drink and be obnoxious.
Beautiful property, especially the back with a pool that allows for star gazing at night and some short hiking trails. Room and bath were spacious and clean. The cleaning staff are extremely courteous in the morning.
Keep in mind that if you want to take a bath in the oversized tub that it takes 30-60 minutes to fill. The resort fee should just be included in the hotel price instead of as a separate fee (that applies to everyone) as these fees make it feel that they are nickling-and-diming, which should not be the impression a high end hotel wants to leave. The counter ladies were efficient but did have a snobbish air. The resturant food seemed to be fried/heated frozen food, as opposed to freshly prepared.
Great package thru American Express
Resort fee- didn’t use many of the facilities.
Loved this place
Everything it was a beautiful hotel with beautiful views
Nestled in a desert oasis, at Loews Ventana Canyon Resort, guests will enjoy exceptional accommodations, unique services, and state of the art amenities.
Located fifteen miles from the Tucson airport, the resort features a golf course, hiking trails, two pools, tennis courts, a serenity pool, hot tub, spa, fitness center, and jacuzzi. For guests looking to venture outside the grounds, the Tucson Botanical Gardens, Funtasticks Family Fun Park, Mt Lemmon SkyCenter Observatory, and the Reid Park Zoo are all accessible by car.
The resort offers rooms and suites; both provide stunning views of the Catalina Mountains. Amenities include air conditioning, private bathrooms, flat-screen TVs, hairdryers, coffee machines, luxurious haircare and bath products, in-room safes, ihome docking stations, and free premium Wi-Fi. The resort also provides ADA-compliant rooms.
Locally grown products and authentic SouthWestern fare is the pride of the Loews Ventana Canyon Resort. Guests can visit the Flying V Bar and Grill, known for its tableside made guacamole. For American cuisine with a southwestern twist, guest won't want to miss the Canyon Cafe. Lodgers who enjoy live poolside will want to visit The Blues, Brews & Sunday Brunch, while those who crave Mexican food will want to stop by Bill's Grill. To start up your day, visit Vista Barista for a coffee or smoothie. And what better way for guests to unwind than with a cocktail at The Cascade Lounge.
Whether guests are looking to relax or go exploring, the Loews Ventana Canyon Resort is an excellent choice. The resort provides luxurious accommodations in a stunning locale.
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- Ventana Canyon Golf and Racquet Club 0.5 mi
- Sabino Canyon 1.8 mi
- Santa Catalina Foothills 4.5 mi
- Tucson Botanical Gardens 6.5 mi
- Funtasticks Family Fun Park 7.4 mi
- Tucson Mall 7.7 mi