Hilton Tucson El Conquistador Golf & Tennis Resort completes $6M enhancement

The AAA Four Diamond award-winning Hilton Tucson El Conquistador Golf & Tennis Resort announced the completion of a multi-million dollar enhancement project.

As part of the updates, guest will be introduced to a redesigned lobby and Conquistador Lobby Lounge, as well as a new Southwestern restaurant, an age-exclusive retreat, 16 resurfaced tennis courts, and the Executive Conference Center at Hilton Tucson El Conquistador. The renovation is part of a three-year, $3-billion plan of property renovations currently underway across the global portfolio of Hilton Hotels & Resorts, the flagship brand of Hilton Worldwide.

The resort’s lobby has been transformed into a social gathering place complete with Western-inspired accents and art work. Located in the lobby is the revitalized El Conquistador Lounge, serving signature cocktails and light fare. The centerpiece of the area is a new circular sitting that is contemporary, yet reminiscent of old-world Western style.

Adjacent to the lobby are two signature restaurants, including the new Southwestern restaurant, Epazote Kitchen & Cocktails serving regional fare. Epazote Kitchen & Cocktails features a remodeled dining room with a bar and outdoor seating space overlooking the resort’s pool and views of the surrounding mountains. The resort’s Sundance Café offering indoor and outdoor dining was also revitalized with new furnishings and a more modern décor.

As part of the enhancement project, Hilton Tucson El Conquistador Golf & Tennis Resort also unveiled a new age-restricted, secluded Acacia retreat. Set at the Sonoran Desert within the resort’s casita village, Acacia offers private casitas, an exclusive sparkling pool, and upgraded amenities. Each Acacia Casita is located poolside and offers private patios with views.

Other additions to the resort include the area’s only executive conference center. Opened earlier this year, the Executive Conference Center at Hilton Tucson El Conquistador provides eight meeting rooms, including one permanent boardroom with a built-in 70 inch LED TV for presentations. The Conference Center offers a total meeting environment with specifically designed infrastructure and equipment. Most meeting rooms will feature windows and some will offer balconies with views of the Catalina Mountains. In addition, the resort’s 16 tennis courts have all been completely resurfaced.


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