Radisson Suites Tucson

Tucson, AZ Hotel
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ChainRadisson Hotel Group
Total Meeting Space2,000 sq. m
Guest Rooms299
6555 East Speedway Boulevard
Tucson, AZ 85710-1135

Radisson Suites Tucson

Tucson, AZ Hotel
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Forbes Travel Guide


Winner of 2012 President's Award


Room Features and Guest Services

  • Concierge Services
  • Internet Access
  • Laundry Service
  • Room Service
  • View (Mountain)
  • View (Urban)
  • Voicemail Box


  • Extended Stay
  • Onsite Catering
  • Onsite Gift Shop
  • Onsite Restaurant
  • Onsite Security
  • Pet Friendly
  • Wheelchair Accessible


  • AV Capabilities
  • Business Center
  • Video Conference

Recreational Activities

  • Health Club
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Whirlpool

Venue Accessible By

  • Airport Shuttle
  • Bus
  • Taxi


  • Dance Floor
  • Portable Heaters
  • Portable Walls
  • Staging Area

Image Gallery


Meeting Space

Total Meeting Space2,000 sq. m
Meeting Rooms17
Largest Room318 sq. m
Second Largest Room155 sq. m

Guest Rooms

Total Guest Rooms299
Tax Rate12.05%




Local Attractions

Casino Del Sol

23 mi. away
Casino Del Sol, Southern Arizona's premier entertainment and gaming destination, offers nearly 1000 slot machines, live blackjack, poker and bingo. There are 6 restaurants and three bars, live entertainment Thursday - Saturday nights and world-class entertainment at AVA Amphitheater.
5655 West Valencia Road
Tucson, AZ, US 85757

Tucson Botanical Gardens

4 mi. away
Named by Reader’s Digest as the Best Secret Garden in America, Tucson Botanical Gardens is an “Oasis in the Heart of Tucson. Featuring seventeen residentially-scaled specialty gardens, including a Barrio Garden, Zen Garden and a Cactus & Succulent Garden landscaped with unusual rocks from the Harrison Yocum collection. Tropical Butterflies from around the world are featured in the Cox Butterfly & Orchid Pavilion October-April. Experience an outdoor Garden Railway, botanically-inspired gift shops, year-round tours, art exhibits and lunch at Café Botánica. Closed Thanksgiving, the second Sunday in October,Dec. 24 & 25, Jan. 1, July 4.
2150 N Alvernon Way
Tucson, AZ, US 85712

Children's Museum Tucson

8 mi. away
The Children's Museum Tucson provides a fun, play-based, hands-on learning experience for children and their families. Exhibits include Techtopia, Bodyology, Investigation Station, Build It!, Electri-City and Pet Vet, plus a huge art studio and a special are just for kids 4 and younger. The Museum is open 9 am-5 pm Tuesday-Friday and 10 am-5 pm Saturdays and Sundays. The Museum is open 7 days a week from Memorial Day to Labor Day.
200 South Sixth Ave
Tucson, AZ, US 85701

The Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures

5 mi. away
The Mini Time Machine was created from the imagination and dedication of Founders, Patricia and Walter Arnell. Pat’s fondness for miniatures began in the 1930’s, when as a young girl she received her first miniatures- a set of Strombecker wooden dollhouse furniture. It wasn’t until the Arnells moved to Tucson in 1979 that Pat began collecting in earnest. The Arnell’s became very active in the miniature community becoming recognized members and supporters of important organizations such as NAME (National Association of Miniature Enthusiasts) and IGMA (International Guild of Miniature Artisans).The collection grew and the Arnells, dreamed of a way to share it with more people. They envisioned an interactive space where the entertaining and educational aspects of the collection could be enjoyed by everyone- a place that would be enchanting, magical and provide a rich sensory experience.
4455 E Camp Lowell Road
Tucson, AZ, US 85712

International Wildlife Museum

13 mi. away
Highlights the diversity of animals world wide. Explains the role of science-based wildlife management for sustainable-use conservation, with emphasis on the role of hunting in biologically responsible wildlife management. Animals are displayed both by taxonomic group and in realistic dioramas which highlight the habitats in which the animals live. The museum has many touchable specimens on display. Insects including butterflies, moths and beetles are featured, as well as mammals, birds and some reptiles.All exhibits are indoors and the facility is air-conditioned. Wildlife movies run hourly from 10 am until 4 pm.
4800 W. Gates Pass
Tucson, AZ, US 85745

Catalina State Park

20 mi. away
Catalina State Park sits at the base of the majestic Santa Catalina Mountains. The park is a haven for desert plants and wildlife and nearly 5,000 saguaros. The 5,500 acres of foothills, canyons and streams invites camping, picnicking and bird watching — more than 150 species of birds call the park home. The park provides miles of equestrian, birding, hiking, and biking trails which wind through the park and into the Coronado National Forest at elevations near 3,000 feet. The park is located within minutes of the Tucson metropolitan area. Park facilities include a campground, picnic tables, grills, trails, an equestrian center, a group use area for day or overnight use (available by reservation), restrooms, showers, and a gift shop. All restroom and shower facilities are accessible. The park also offers an equestrian center which provides a staging area for trail riders with ample trailer parking.
11570 Oracle Road
Tucson, AZ, US

Old Tucson

25 mi. away
Old Tucson is Where the Spirit of the Old West Comes Alive! In addition to the old movie sets and memorabilia of its rich Western film history, Old Tucson is now the premier attraction in the Southwest to experience what life in the Old West was really like. Heritage Square contains 12 new movie quality sets and 3 new streets in the "town square." The design of the new building sets was led by Gene Rudolf a credited Art Director for many movies including Young Guns II, The Great Gatsby, and many more. Be sure to visit the Native American Village and take in the entertaining and educational Living History Programs. Stroll down the historic streets and learn about the perils of cross-country travel via stagecoach, the demands of life as a sheriff in a Wild West town, and other topics discussed throughout the town. Step back in time to the atmosphere of a western town circa 1853 to 1912. Old Tucson has adopted a new logo to represent its expanded focus on Old West history, heritage, and culture in addition to its storied film history and world-famous entertainment. This broadening of scope is represented by the iconic wagon wheel, symbolic of the great westward movement of settlers to the southwest in the 1800s by wagon train. The seven spokes of the wheel represent the strong cultural and historic groups that made significant contributions to Tucson's rich heritage: Native Americans, Spanish Colonials, Mexicans, Western Cowboys, Ranchers, Chinese, and African-Americans. The seven spokes join at the wheel's hub (the location of the Old Tucson name), representing the synergistic joining of cultures and heritages at Old Tucson for a living western experience found nowhere else. Moving us toward the future, the wagon wheel reminds us to honor and celebrate our history, heritage, and diverse cultures. Old Tucson - Where the Spirit of the Old West Comes Alive!
201 S Kinney Road
Tucson, AZ, US 85735

Reid Park Zoo

6 mi. away
Reid Park Zoo is a hidden gem, nestled in the center of Tucson, and is the perfect place to enjoy time outside while discovering the wonders of wildlife.
3400 E. Zoo Court
Tucson, AZ, US 85716

Getting Here

From Phoenix: -I-10 East to Speedway exit. -Left on Speedway, Follow East -We are located east of Wilmot on left hand side of Road From New Mexico: -I-10 West to Kolb Road -Right on Kolb, Follow to Speedway -Left on Speedway, Hotel on right one block before Wilmot From I-19: -I-19 North to I-10 -I-10 East to Kolb Exit -Left on Kolb, follow to Speedway -Left on Speedway, hotel on right 1/2 block before Wilmot


  • Complimentary Parking
  • Bus Parking

Distance from Airport

  • 19.31 km from Venue


The Radisson Suites Tucson Hotel is the ideal home base for visiting Tucson, whether for business or pleasure. Each of the beautifully appointed spacious suites features an extra large bathroom with two vanities in addition to living and sleeping areas. Additionally, every suite includes an oversized desk with executive chair, a phone, refrigerator, microwave and complimentary wireless hi-speed Internet access. Newly renovated guest rooms, lobby and common areas, completed in January of 2017. When it's time to relax, guests at the Radisson Suites Tucson can enjoy an oversized heated pool and hydro-spa located in a lushly landscaped courtyard. The Radisson Suites Tucson also offers an on-site fitness facility as well as complimentary passes and transportation to nearby Platinum's Gym. In addition, complimentary shuttle service is offered within a 3-mile radius.


High Season
Jan 1 – Mar 31
Shoulder Season
Sep 16 – Dec 31
Apr 1 – May 15
Low Season
May 16 – Sep 15

Cancellation Policy

Contact the hotel at (520) 721-7100 for cancellation information.

Additional Information

With 20,000 square feet of flexible indoor and outdoor function space, the Radisson Suites Tucson is a great location for a wide variety of meetings and special events, ranging from corporate meetings to elaborate wedding receptions. No meeting is too small! Personal service from an expert conference staff, creative menu selections and state-of-the art technology await groups at the Radisson Suites Tucson. The Breeze Patio Bar and Grill is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and room service. Featuring flat screen TV's and a relaxing patio, the Breeze is a great way to unwind after a day of meetings. The Radisson Suites Tucson offers a fully equipped Business Center and additional computer kiosks near the main ballroom. Complimentary hi-speed wireless Internet access is available throughout the hotel. Check-in time: 3 p.m. Check-out time: 12 p.m.

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