Courtyard Tucson Airport restyles rooms

The Courtyard Tucson Airport in Tucson, Ariz., completed the renovation of its guestrooms, marking the end of a complete property upgrade that started in 2011 with the upgrade of the property’s lobby and restaurant.

Each of the Tucson hotel’s 137 rooms and 12 suites received new carpet, sofas, fixtures and Sealy mattresses, topped with newer linens and pillows. Guests can now have complimentary high-speed Internet, coffeemakers, desks with ergonomic chairs, irons and ironing boards, 37-inch flat-screen TVs with movie channels and full-length mirrors in every room, as well as Paul Mitchell products in the bathrooms.

Although guestroom renovations are the newest attraction at the hotel, there are other notable upgrades throughout the Tucson airport hotel. Welcome pedestals replaced the traditional front desk in the lobby, allowing one-on-one interaction during the check-in and check-out processes. Media pods are located along the perimeter of the new welcome center to provide guests with seating areas where they can watch TV shows on flat-screen TVs. The hotel also offers complimentary Wi-Fi.

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A 52-inch interactive GoBoard in the lobby displays local and national weather forecasts, as well as driving directions, the latest flight statuses and information about things to do in Tucson, Arizona, and the surrounding areas. The hotel also has a Boarding Pass Station that houses computers and printers for visitors to print their boarding passes.   

The Courtyard Tucson Airport is located 15 minutes from the University of Arizona, 20 minutes from downtown and 40 minutes from the Old Tucson area. The hotel is approximately a half a mile away from Tucson International Airport (TUS) and offers complimentary shuttle service to and from the terminal. With 137 guestrooms and 12 suites, the Tucson hotel also has two meeting rooms with 1,248 square feet of space, The Bistro, fitness center and outdoor pool and whirlpool. High-speed Internet is complimentary throughout the facility. 

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