New La Quinta Inn & Suites Tucson-Reid Park opens in Arizona

HSL Properties opened the new La Quinta Inn & Suites Tucson-Reid Park after a completed $4-million renovation and rebranding that began in December 2012.

The hotel entrance, which was moved to the south side of the property off East Elmwood Street, opens up into a two-story lobby and reception area that was created by the removal of four guestrooms above the lobby. The new La Quinta also has a business center for guests. Renovations on the exterior of the hotel include a newly built resort pool along with a new fitness center that overlooks the pool.

All 152 guestrooms, including 29 suites, were given new carpet, paint, furniture, bedding, soft seating, 37-inch Panasonic flat-panel TVs and all-new bathrooms with vanity and granite countertops. All of the guestrooms have new refrigerators, microwaves, coffee makers and complimentary high-speed Internet.

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The expanded lobby includes a dining area.. Nearby is La Quinta’s Bright Side Market, a 24/7 retail store offering snacks, quick meals, frozen food, sundries, personal care and electronic items.

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