Although El Conquistador is a bit out of the way, the view of the Santa Catalina Mountains rising behind the property makes this northern foothills resort one of my favorites in Tucson. Sunsets are truly spectacular. Most guest rooms are built around a central courtyard with manicured lawns and a large oasis of swimming pools, one of which has a long water slide. The pool area and the nearby horseback-riding stables make the Hilton an excellent choice for families. All rooms feature southwestern-influenced contemporary furniture, spacious marble bathrooms, and balconies or patios. Be sure to ask for a mountain-view room. Golf on the resort’s three courses is the favorite pastime, but this is not so exclusively a golf resort as the Lodge at Ventana Canyon or the Omni Tucson National Resort.
Hilton Tucson El Conquistador Golf & Tennis Resort
10000 N. Oracle Rd, USA
Our Rating Neighborhood West Tucson Phone 800/325-7832, 520/544-5000 Prices Jan–late May $339–$379 double, from $389 suite; late May–early Sept $119–$149 double, from $153 suite; early Sept–Dec $246–$277 double, from $289 suite. Children 18 and under stay free in parent's room. Valet parking $15 (self-parking available) Pets Policy Pets under 75 lbs. accepted ($75 fee) Units 428 Amenities 4 restaurants; 2 lounges; children’s programs; concierge; 1 9-hole and 2 18-hole golf courses; health club and spa; 3 Jacuzzis; 4 pools; room service; saunas; 31 tennis courts; Wi-Fi ($10 per day) Web site Hilton Tucson El Conquistador Golf & Tennis Resort
Map10000 N. Oracle Rd USA Tucson
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