|"Beautiful setting; staff was very helpful."||(in 4 reviews)|
|"The room was AMAZING!"||(in 15 reviews)|
|"The staff was very friendly and helpful."||(in 32 reviews)|
|"Room service fee is too much."||(in 4 reviews)|
|"We were surprised that a so-called luxury resort had such dated and uninspired rooms."||(in 2 reviews)|
I love the kitchen. This saves a lot of time, money and worry over COVID.
The room. Spacious, great kitchen, thoroughly cleaned before hand.
The staff. Very professional and competent, without any sign o humor or personal interaction. Especially true of the lady who checked us in, and the lady in the golf shop. hotel employeea was grat and very helpful.
Rude front office staff
The Wi-Fi was horrible. It may doing work email virtually impossible because it kept dropping Signal and making me re-log back in from my room 200
Location was awesome, spacious rooms, great amenities, and amazing staff.
decor was a tiny bit dated, but not really a problem at all - so much else was so great.
Spacious and clean.
All was good
Beautiful location! Friendly staff!
This is a nice property but it's not that nice. Rooms lack kitchen amenities - a larger refrigerator with a freezer would be nice, regular sized plates, coffee cups and more than 2 sets of flatware. I do not see this being a AAA 4-Diamond property.
The location was ideal to where I needed to be.
There was no blanket in the room, and the room was cold, the heating unit was very loud and positioned over the bed. It was late when I checked in and found out that I was being charged a resort fee that I was not aware of.
Quiet and comfortable with nice King Suites. Has turned into our favorite weekend getaway. This was our 4th visit in the past few months.
Minor facility things like loose handles on the tub or the toilet in room rocked. A grumpy bartender as well.
The rooms are quite big, comfy pull put and the kitchenette is very well stocked with utensils and other things.The grounds are pretty and trails to hike about.
Hotel is dated in some areas and the a/c units are loud since the returns are right in the bathroom by the bed. The bedding is pretty basic, no comforters, just sheets and a thing blanket.
Beautiful area. Very large rooms. The bathroom was nice.
Older hotel rooms, but they have upgraded the bathrooms and kitchen area. The carpet was torn in one area and the AC unit was loud. Beware of the additional resort fees @ $28 a night. We found a used contact lens in the bed sheets. Yikes.
Tucson, Arizona is known for its rich culture and history. This city is a gorgeous place to visit any time of year. When travelers come to visit, they will want to spend a lot of time exploring the area. They can choose from many hotels in the area, but a popular one is The Lodge at Ventana Canyon. With views of the Santa Catalina Mountains, this hotel is an amazing place for guests.
The rooms here include kitchenettes with coffee maker, microwave, refrigerator, dishwasher, dining table, work desk, private balcony, robe, in-room safe, WiFi, and iron. There is dining on-site at the Catalina Dining Room and guests can also dine in the area.
When guests are all checked into their rooms and ready to look around, there is so much to see in Tucson. Guests can visit Pima Air and Space Museum, Sabino Canyon, La Encantada, Saguaro National Park, Tombstone, Bisbee, Jewish History Museum, Tucson Mall, and Park Place. There is no place like Tucson and guests of the hotel will get a great taste of what the Wild West was like when they spend a lot of time here.
Booking a room is simple to do. The staff is ready to help with any room concerns that guests of the hotel may have. The staff can also give guests an idea of what are the best attractions in the area. With comfortable rooms and friendly staff, guests of the Lodge at Ventana Canyon will truly enjoy all of their time here.
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The Lodge at Ventana Canyon is located at 6200 North Clubhouse Lane, 15.7 km from the centre of Tucson. Ventana Canyon Golf and Racquet Club is the closest landmark to The Lodge at Ventana Canyon.
Check-in time is 16:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at The Lodge at Ventana Canyon.
Yes, The Lodge at Ventana Canyon offers free Wi-Fi.
Yes, The Lodge at Ventana Canyon offers free parking.
No, The Lodge at Ventana Canyon does not offer free airport shuttle service.
The Lodge at Ventana Canyon is 24.5 km from Tucson. The Lodge at Ventana Canyon is 133.7 km from Phoenix Phoenix-Mesa Gateway.
Yes, The Lodge at Ventana Canyon is a pet-friendly hotel.
Yes, The Lodge at Ventana Canyon has a pool on-site.