• Serving Tucson, AZ / USA
    Tucson International Airport
  • Hampton Inn Tucson-Airport Hotel

    6971 South Tucson Boulevard, Tucson, AZ US

0.8 mi from TUS airport

Guest Score:based on 31 reviews
  • Amenities: Room service, 24-hour front desk, Fitness centre, Newspapers, Non-smoking rooms, Airport shuttle, Business centre, Laundry, Dry cleaning, Facilities for disabled guests, Family rooms, Free parking, Internet services, Lift, Express check-in/check-out, Safety deposit box, Hot tub/jacuzzi, Heating, Fax/photocopying, WiFi, Outdoor pool, Free WiFi, Non-smoking throughout, Air conditioning, Designated smoking area, Outdoor pool (all year), Vending machine (drinks), Vending machine (snacks), Airport shuttle (free), Mini-market on site, Daily maid service, On-site parking, WiFi available in all areas
  • Check in time: 3:00 PM
  • Check out time: 12:00 PM

About the Hampton Inn Tucson

The Hampton Inn Tucson-Airport hotel is literally steps away from the Tucson International Airport, located as it is at the entrance of the airport. The wide-ranging list of hotel amenities includes a business center (complete with complimentary printing service); baggage storage; a concierge desk; a multi-lingual staff; a complimentary beverage area; free hot breakfast or free “Hampton On the Run® Breakfast Bags” (available Monday through Friday); a 24-hour access on-site market; coin laundry and laundry/valet service. Cribs and high chairs are available for those travelling with small children. This Hampton Inn location features an outdoor pool, and a fitness room supplied with cardiovascular machines and a weight system. Multiple accessible features are available. This hotel offers both guest rooms and suites. When hungry, visitors can choose from over 3,000 eateries. Nearby dining runs the gamut from national chain restaurants to unique local legends. One such restaurant, El Charro, holds the honor of being America’s longest-running establishment. Be sure to sample the wide variety of authentic Mexican cooking so readily available in this city with such deep historical and cultural roots. The city of Tucson, after all, was once known as El Presidio, a Mexican fortress town. “The Old Pueblo” showcases multiple cultural contributions made by Native American, Spanish, Mexican, and Anglo influences. Tucson is also rich with natural beauty, offering such jewels as Sabino Canyon, the Saguaro National Monument, the Arizona Sonora Desert Museum, and 4 different mountain ranges which frame the city. The University of Arizona is located near Tucson’s historical downtown.