Visit Tucson

Convention center17,425 sq. m
Guest Rooms15,500
Guest rooms at 1 hotel550 guest rooms
Special event venues90
Average room rate$105.00
Daily food cost$56.00
Occupancy rate56%
Tax rate7.1%

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Why Choose Our Destination?

You'll love Tucson's mild climate, spectacular scenery, challenging high-desert golf, scrumptious culinary scene, and exciting attractions. Plus, Tucson lodging properties offer exceptional value for groups wanting luxe accommodations at affordable rates. Resorts and hotels --with rooms at all price levels -- are located close to the region's natural parks, as well as cosmopolitan amenities such as fine dining, arts, and shopping. With nine different airlines offering daily departures to 9 non-stop destinations, it's easy to find a flight to Tucson that fits your schedule. With 205,000 sq. ft. of meeting space, the Tucson Convention Center has the size and flexibility to accommodate most every type of meeting, convention, trade show, or banquet event you may be planning. The Galleria connects all function space and is ideal for exhibits combined with Ballroom and Exhibition Hall rentals.


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Distance from airport

  • Tucson International Airport

    19.31 km from city center


Local Attractions

Tucson Museum of Art and Historic Block

Blending the traditional with the inventive, the museum presents original and traveling exhibitions with a focus on Art of the American West, Latin American Art, and Modern and Contemporary Art. The historic block features five distinctive properties that provide visitors with a unique look into Tucson’s past.
140 N. Main Ave.
Tucson, AZ, US 85701

Sonoran Glass School

Make Your Own Glass Art as a family (ages 5+), Shop for unique gifts in our glass art gallery, or just drop in and watch live glassblowing in our Hot Shop studio at Sonoran Glass School, just off the 1-10 Freeway at the 22nd St exit. Sonoran Glass School is a non-profit public access organization and the premiere source for glass arts educational events and experiences in the desert southwest. Spark Your Creative Fire at Sonoran Glass School!
633 W. 18th St.
Tucson, AZ, US 85701

Tucson Botanical Gardens

An urban oasis of 5.5 acres with 17 residentially-scaled specialty gardens. The Gardens has a seasonal, live tropical Butterfly Exhibit, Butterfly Magic. Eclectic Gift Shop, Monthly Rotating Art Exhibits, Birdhouse Cafe, Tours and Classes available.
2150 N. Alvernon Way
Tucson, AZ, US 85712

Saguaro National Park East

The Rincon Mountain District of Saguaro National Park ranges from an elevation of 2,670 ft to 8,666 ft and contains 6 biotic communities. The biotic communities (starting from the lowest elevation) include desert scrub, desert grassland, oak woodland, pine-oak woodland, pine forest and mixed conifer forest. Average annual precipitation is approximately 12.30 in. The Rincon Mountains peak at a considerably higher elevation than the Tucson Mountains, therefore there are more biotic communities and increased plant and wildlife diversity. Because of the higher elevation in the Rincons, animals like the black bear, Mexican spotted owl, Arizona mountain king snake, and white-tailed deer live in this district.
3693 South Old Spanish Trail
Tucson, AZ, US 85730

Tohono Chul Park

Tohono Chul Park's showplace grounds and famous Garden Bistro offer many options for group functions. Whatever the occasion, the wonderful ambiance makes every moment memorable. Park grounds are available for evening rental and can accommodate seating for up to 600. The Garden Bistro is available for evening rental and can accommodate up to 200.
7366 N. Paseo del Norte
Tucson, AZ, US 85704

Saguaro National Park West

The Tucson Mountain District of Saguaro National Park ranges from an elevation of 2,180 ft to 4,687 ft and contains 2 biotic communities, desert scrub, and desert grassland. Average annual precipitation is approximately 10.27 in. Common wildlife include the coyote, Gambel’s quail, and desert tortoise.
2700 North Kinney Road
Tucson, AZ, US 85743

Titan Missile Museum

The Titan Missile Museum is the only publicly accessible Titan II missile site in the nation. At this National Historic Landmark site, visitors stand on the front line of the Cold War. Tour the underground missile site. See the three-ton blast doors, the eight-foot thick silo walls, and an actual Titan II missile in the launch duct. Visit the launch control center, experience a simulated launch and more! Go down in history at the Titan Missile Museum!
1580 W. Duval Mine Rd.
Tucson, AZ, US 85614

Arizona Sonora Desert Museum

Located in the picturesque Tucson Mountain Park west of Tucson and adjacent to Saguaro National Park the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum’s lush grounds and tranquil setting form a unique backdrop for special events. Meetings, lunches, and banquets can be hosted in a variety of venues, outdoors and indoors, with panoramic views of the desert and Tucson Mountains. Enhance your event with visits by Desert Animals and their handlers.
2021 N. Kinney Rd.
Tucson, AZ, US 85743



High season
Jan 1 – Apr 30
Shoulder season
May 1 – Jun 10
Sep 11 – Dec 31
Low season
Jun 11 – Sep 10