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Best Western Plus Tucson Int'l Airport Hotel & Suites

6801 S Tucson Boulevard, Tucson, AZ 85756-7015
Phone: +1 520-746-3932   |   Fax: 520/889-9934   |   167 Rooms
Check Out Time: 12:00 PM   |   Check In: 3:00 PM   |   Online Reservations

The Best Western Plus Tucson Int'l Airport Hotel & Suites features a resort style, lushly landscaped courtyard with outdoor pool and hot tub. Our business center will accommodate your needs away from home and the office. Our exercise room includes state of the art equipment and free weights. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel.

Be sure to sit down to a delicious meal at Landing Zone Public House Bar & Grill. Open from 5 p.m. – 9 p.m. daily. Closed Sundays through May.

Newly renovated, clean and spacious, the hotel's guest rooms feature an upscale, contemporary decor and offer either one king or two queen beds. The two room suites offer one king bed and pull-out sofa sleeper. Guest room amenities include complimentary internet, refrigerator, single serve coffee maker and in-room safe. Watch premium cable channels on a 42-inch flat screen HD TV. Many rooms have patio doors opening to a tranquil courtyard. Microwave ovens are available.

Wake up daily to a hot complimentary breakfast that includes hot eggs, pancakes, sausage, bagels, cold juices, 100% Arabica coffee and more. Free coffee and tea service can be found in the lobby 24/7. With 4,500 square feet of banquet space, our team creates successful meetings and memorable events.

Complimentary shuttle service to airport and three mile radius is provided from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. Free parking accommodates vehicles of all sizes. We are the only airport hotel to feature covered parking spaces.

The Best Western Plus Tucson Int'l Airport Hotel & Suites is two blocks from Tucson International Airport (TUS). Our leisure travelers enjoy Tucson attractions like the Arizona Sonora Desert Museum, Old Tucson, San Xavier Mission, Kino Sports Complex and Pima Air & Space Museum. For business travelers, this hotel is minutes from companies including Raytheon, University of Arizona, Freeport-McMoRan, Caterpillar® and many aviation organizations such as Flight Safety, Bombardier and Atlantic Aviation.


Hotel Amenities & Services

  • 100% smoke-free hotel
  • Complimentary breakfast
  • Complimentary full breakfast, Pancakes, Yogurt, Granola, Bagels, Muffins, Eggs, Sausage, Breakfast potatoes, Cereals, Oatmeal, Fruit, Coffee, Tea, Milk and Juice.
  • Outdoor pool Heated resort style pool featuring cabanas and a relaxing courtyard
  • Hot tub
  • Exercise facility, 24 Hour Cardiovascular; universal weight machine; free weights
  • Weight lifting equipment Free weights
  • Universal gym
  • Stair stepper
  • Stationary bike
  • Treadmill
  • Elevator
  • Interior corridor
  • 24-hour front desk Guest assistance available 24/7
  • Multilingual staff, English, Spanish
  • Laundromat, two sets of coin operated washer and dryer available, nominal fee, 24-hours
  • Dry cleaning, same day available
  • Late check out, Based on occupancy levels; nominal fee may apply
  • Safe deposit box in each guest room
  • Cable or satellite television, Cable: 29 channels with HBO®
  • Free wireless Internet available in public areas; Free in-room wireless Internet access; Free wireless Internet access available in public areas and all guest rooms
  • Business center, Three computer stations with printer. Copy and fax services available at the front desk 24 hours, free
  • Printer available
  • Fax services, At the front desk; service is free
  • Fax machine
  • Computer available
  • Photocopy, nominal fee
  • Photocopy services
  • Photocopy machine
  • Conference services
  • Dataports, wireless in 167 rooms
  • Shipping
  • Mail services
  • Meeting facilities, 4624 square feet of meeting space. The Arizona Ballroom, Copper and Canyon Rooms, Cactus Room, Board Room. Natural and incandescent lighting, flexible and ideal for all events/meetings.
  • Banquet facilities, available. On-site personnel available to assist in planning your event.
  • Conference facilities, the Board Room offers an atmosphere for a casual and professional meeting.
  • Catering
  • Ballroom, the Arizona Ballroom features large glass windows that open to the courtyard. Black out drapes allow for presentations. This room seats up to 200.
  • Convenience store/Sundry, limited snacks, non-alcoholic beverages and small necessities available.
  • Sunbathing, large sparkling pool and whirlpool in lush courtyard setting
  • Air-conditioning
  • Physically challenged services, wheelchair, portable shower chair
  • Physically challenged facilities, ramps, grab bars, roll in shower, wide bathroom entrances and doorways
  • Elevator, wheelchair accessible
  • Parking for the physically challenged
  • Ice/vending machines
  • Airport car, 5:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m. advance notice required
  • Outdoor parking
  • Truck/RV parking
  • Higher rates may apply for holidays/special events
  • Cash machine/ATM

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Longitude: 32.128095  /  Latitude: -110.934075


Driving Directions to Hotel


From: Tucson International Airp From the airport, exit north on Tucson Boulevard. The Best Western Plus Tucson Int'L Airport Hotel & Suites is 0.25 mile on the right (east) side of Tucson Boulevard.

From: Interstate 10. If heading east on I-10, exit 263B Kino Parkway South. Left on Benson Highway, follow curve as it turns into Tucson Boulevard. After passing Valencia Road, the Best Western Plus Tucson Int'l Airport Hotel & Suites is located 0.25 mile on the left (east).

From: University of Arizona. Take Campbell Avenue South to Valencia, approximately 8.00 miles. Turn left (east) on Valencia to Tucson Boulevard. Turn right, (south) on Tucson Boulevard. It is 0.25 miles to the Best Western Plus Tucson Int"L Airport Hotel & Suites on left (east) side of Tucson Boulevard.

Best Western Plus Tucson Int'l Airport Hotel & Suites

We care about the quality of your stay with us. Below are nearby attractions, shopping and restaurants that are popular with our guests. Listed locations are nearby with approximate distance listed where available.

Most Popular Area Attractions

Arizona Stadium

Make plans to visit Tucson. Arizona Stadium is a top attraction for sports fans in Tucson and southern Arizona. Home to the University of Arizona football team, Arizona Stadium opened in 1928 with a max capacity of 7,000. Today, after a number of renovations and expansions, it seats more than 56,000 fans come game day. You'll find Arizona Stadium on the University of Arizona campus. 

Arizona Stadium hosted its first football in October 1929, when the Wildcats took down Caltech in a lopsided victory 35-nil. Featuring a classic horseshoe design, Arizona Stadium is a popular destination during the fall when the U of A football season kicks off. Visit Tucson soon and check out a thrilling Wildcats football game at Arizona Stadium.

Biosphere 2

Biosphere 2

Check Out the Biosphere 2 Site

Make plans to visit and explore Arizona. When you do, be sure to head south into the Tucson area and check out the Biosphere 2.

Technically an "Earth systems science research facility," Biosphere 2 is owned by the University of Arizona, and can be found in the small town of Oracle.

The first closed mission at Biosphere 2 was from September 26th, 1991 to September 26th, 1993. Today, the nearly 100 percent glass constructed structure is open for tours, which are guided by University of Arizona employees and other volunteers. 

Casa Grande Ruins National Monument

Casa Grande Ruins National Monument

The "Big House"

Open throughout the year, the Casa Grande Ruins National Monument is set in the city of Coolidge in southern Arizona – just over 20 miles northeast of Casa Grande. Located just east of Interstate 10, the monument is 55 miles southeast of Phoenix and 70 miles northwest of Tucson. The park is a preservation of ruins once belonging to the Ancient Sonoran Desert People.

The National Park Service’s fifth oldest unit, Casa Grande Ruins was the first archeological site preserved by the federal government, and was declared a National Monument come 1918. The site is divided between Compound B, open to guided tours during March’s Archeology Month, and Compound A – featuring the park’s visitor center and “Big House” itself.

Visitors may browse the onsite Casa Grande Ruins Museum, catch the 22-minute interpretive video showing every 30 minutes, and enjoy self-guided or ranger-lead monument tours. Kids are encouraged to try the Junior Ranger program and catch a puppet show, while families may enjoy the scenic picnic area.

Don’t miss the annual American Indian Arts & Music Fest in February, and have a closer look at the 1932 Olmsted shelter above Casa Grande – found on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places and housing the ruins’ own pair of Great horned owls.

Central Arizona Raceway

Start your engine's! Home to racing in the region, Central Arizona Raceway is Casa Grande’s premier destination for dirt track racing. IMCA modifieds, dwarfs, stocks and a host of other off road racing machines come together to test their skills and entertain the crowds at Central Arizona Raceway. After a tumultuous four years of fighting to remain in business the track celebrated a grand re-opening in November of 2012.

Weekends bring out the fun at the track with practice times, heat races and main events at Central Arizona Raceway in southwestern Arizona. Race fans have the opportunity to view their favorite types of racing machines in action on a weekly basis. Gates open early with access to pits as well as general admission areas. Schedules and times are available upon request from the track.

Hi Corbett Field

Holding up to 9,500 fans, Hi Corbett Field is home to the Arizona Wildcats of the University of Arizona, plus the Tucson Turos and MLB's Colorado Rockies during spring training. Opened in 1937, the Tucson ballpark was formerly the Randolph Municipal Baseball Park.

Hi Corbett Field is owned by the City of Tucson, and operated by the City of Tucson Parks & Recreation. The field sits just three miles away from UA in southern Arizona.

Kitt Peak National Observatory

Found within the Tohono O'odham Nation in southern Arizona, the Kitt Peak National Observatory is a premier astronomical observation site in the U.S. Kitt Peak is found near the top of the Quinlan Mountains, and is a scenic drive southwest from downtown Tucson

On your next trip to Tucson, be sure to visit Kitt Peak and check out an array of interactive and impressive programs. Each night, Kitt Peak National Observatory hosts the "Nightly Observing Program," one of the premier destinations in the state to watch a sunset. There are also daily tours at Kitt Peak.

McKale Center

On your next visit to Arizona, head south and check out Tucson, home of the McKale Center. A top local attraction, the McKale Center is home to the University of Arizona men's and women's basketball teams. You'll find the McKale Center on the University of Arizona campus, adjacent to Arizona Stadium (football) and the Hillenbrand Aquatic Center. 

Enjoy an exciting Arizona men's or women's basketball game during the fall, through the winter, and into spring. The Wildcats frequently field top-ranked teams in both men's and women's basketball, and are a source of much local pride in the Tucson area. The McKale Center was built in 1973, and in 2014 underwent a huge renovation. The court at McKale is named Lute and Bobbi Olson Court, in honor of their legendary former coach and his late wife. 

Mount Lemmon Scenic Byway

Mount Lemmon Scenic Byway views

Drive Through Mount Lemmon

Arizona is a vast landscape of natural beauty, iconic landmarks, and a wealth of outdoor recreation. Make your next visit to the Grand Canyon State and experience a bit all three when you cruise along the Mount Lemmon Scenic Byway.

Start the drive about 15 minutes northeast from downtown Tucson and make your way to the Mount Lemmon SkyCenter.

28 miles one way, the Mount Lemmon Scenic Byway is usually open year round for drives, and it takes more visitors around 2 hours to complete the drive.

There are many ways to enjoy a trek through southern Arizona – let the Mount Lemmon Scenic Byway show you one of the best. 

Mount Lemmon SkyCenter

As one of the most important astronomical observation areas in the world, Mount Lemmon Observatory is certainly a must-visit in southern Arizona. Mount Lemmon, a part of the Santa Catalina Mountains, is northeast from downtown Tucson. Plan your next trek into the desert and see the stars more vibrant than ever before. 

First developed in 1954 as the Mount Lemmon Air Force Station, MLO today is most often utlized by the University of Arizona and the U.S. Forest Service. There are several different telescopes located at Mount Lemon SkyCenter, each with different power grades. Bring the whole family and enjoy a range of tours and demonstrations at Mount Lemmon SkyCenter.

Mount Lemmon Summerhaven

Though technically an unincorporated community, Summerhaven is a major travel destination in southern Arizona. Found on Mount Lemmon, Summerhaven is a short, scenic drive northeast from Tucson. You'll enjoy the sights and natural beauty as you drive along the Mount Lemmon Scenic Byway.

During the winter, many southern Arizona visitors and residents enjoy the skiing at the nearby Mount Lemmon Ski Valley. The Summerhaven General Store offers almost everything you might need, and the nearby Mount Lemmon SkyCenter is an ideal destination for sunset views and star gazing.

Picacho Peak State Park

Picacho Peak State Park

Hike Around Picacho Peak State Park

While traveling along Interstate 10 in southern Arizona, be sure to stop and visit Picacho Peak State Park.

This park is near the site of the Battle of Picacho Peak – the westernmost battle of the Civil War. Every March, reenactments of the battle and demonstrations are conducted in the Park.

Hike up to the 1,500-foot peak and enjoy the magnificent desert view from the top, and be sure to bring your camera in the spring, to capture the Park's gorgeous Mexican Gold Poppies in bloom.

Stroll through the Park's new LEED Certified Visitor Center and check out at the exhibits or shop in the gift store. Drive a short distance north of the park to Casa Grande, and enjoy traveling in southern Arizona.

Pima County Courthouse

Opened in 1929, the Pima County Courthouse stands as a display of Spanish Colonial Revival style architecture. Located in Tucson, in southern Arizona, the courthouse holds a spot on the National Register of Historic Places. The building is home to the Arizona Superior Court in Pima County, which also holds the office for the Treasurer and Recorder.

Downtown historic Tucson would not be the same without the glittering dome of the Courthouse building. Visitors can access the courthouse during business hours and experience the beautiful architectural details prominent throughout the building. The building also features a courtyard and fountain, perfect for viewing the outer architecture on a gorgeous fall day in Arizona. Those traveling to Tucson will not want to miss the historic district's charm and Spanish style architecture complemented by the Pima County Courthouse.

Skydive Arizona

Part of the United States Parachute Association, Skydive Arizona is an adventure company set in southern Arizona’s Sonoran Desert. Skydive AZ is based in Eloy – set just southeast of Casa Grande between Phoenix and Tucson along Interstate 10.

Skydive Arizona is said to be the largest skydiving facility on the globe, featuring a state-of-the-art facility and averaging more than 135,000 annual jumps. The skydiving center features a ground school, tandem jumps, and of course, the opportunity to be a licensed skydiver after 25 jumps at 13,000 feet.

St. Augustine Cathedral

Saint Augustine Cathedral

Visit the St. Augustine Cathedral in Tucson

Constructed in 1868, St. Augustine Cathedral did not receive its Spanish style detailing until 1928, with a full restoration coming to completion in 1968. St. Augustine Cathedral, located in the southern region of Arizona in the city of Tucson, represents the Catholic diocese presence in the history of the town.

The Cathedral has witnessed the growth from a town of 600 to a flourishing city of over five hundred and twenty five thousand residents. St. Augustine has stood as a beacon of hope and worship in southern Arizona for nearly one hundred and fifty years and serves as the mother church for the Roman Catholic diocese in the Tucson area.

The architecture of this grand cathedral draws visitors from near and far, featuring the coat of arms of Pope Pius XI as well as a representation of Mission of San Xavier del Bac, a pilgrimage site located just miles outside of the city. On the interior of the building stands a seventeen-foot tall crucifix and a thirty-two rank pipeorgan, the crucifix being imported from Spain and specially designed for St. Augustine.

Visitors are welcome to view the Cathedral in all of its architectural beauty from both the inside and outside of the church. Those who wish to view and participate in mass are welcome and can inquire about scheduling at the St. Augustine Cathedral.

Tucson Convention Center

Opened in 1971, the Tucson Convention Center is a large, multi-purpose arena found near downtown Tucson. With two performance venues, 9,275 seats, and more than 200,000 square feet of meeting and exhibition space, the Tucson Convention Center is a top hosting venue in the area

Within the Tucson Convention Center you'll find Tucson Music Hall – with its 2,289 seats, it hosts operas and other concerts. The Leo Rich Theater is much smaller, only seating 511, and is used for much smaller and intimate performances. The Tucson Arena is also part of the TCC, seating nearly 8,000 – it's the home ice of the University of Arizona club hockey team

Tucson Festival of Books

Drawing over 100,000 readers, the annual Tucson Festival of Books is located at the University of Arizona in Tucson. A major event in southern Arizona, this free festival is a weekend-long gathering of authors, book vendors, publications, parks, and environmentalists in mid-March.

Recently established in 2009, the Tucson Festival of Books features exhibitors like True West Magazine, the Casa Grande Ruins National Monument, Western Writers of America, Bookmans Entertainment Exchange, and much more.

Recent and reoccurring authors like R.L. Stine, Lois Lowry, and Larry McMurtry attend for lectures, book signings, and panels. The festival also feature Science City activities, plus food, shopping, interactive exhibits, and more.

Tucson International Airport

Book a flight for southern AZ and Tucson International Airport. It's the second-largest airport in Arizona, servicing an average of 3.7 million passengers each year. The airport has serviced Tucson area passengers since 1928. The United States Army Air Force Air Technical Service Command used the airport during World War II. The Tucson Airport Authority has owned and managed this joint civil-military public airport, since 1948.

The airport provides flights for nine airlines on its three runways. Travelers will easily find their gate in either Concourse A or Concourse B, along with a variety of restaurants and shops. Before leaving the airport, be sure to browse the airport's collection of permanent art and rotating exhibits. While in southern Arizona, enjoy all Tucson and surrounding suburbs have to offer.

University of Arizona

Established in 1885, the University of Arizona was the first university in the state, and home to the famed Pac-12 Arizona Wildcats athletics department. Located in the southern Arizona city of Tucson, U of A features a beautiful, 380-acre urban campus.

The Carnegie Foundation has classified the University of Arizona as a RU/VH University, and more NASA grants have been awarded to the University of Arizona than any other university in the nation. This space-grant and land-grant research university provides a quality education to more than 30,000 students, who pursue bachelor's, master's, and doctorate degrees.

Students have 324 fields of study from which to choose – from the College of Education, the College of Engineering, the College of Fine Arts, the College of Medicine, the College of Nursing, and more. 

U of A is also home to the University of Arizona College of Medicine, and visitor sites like the SS Arizona Bell, the Flandrau Science Center & Planetarium, and the Arboretum at the University of Arizona – plus the annual Tucson Festival of Books.

More Area Attractions & Services

Local Area Recreation Opportunities

  • Hot tub
  • 3.50 mile(s) from Desert Diamond Casino, with several restaurants
  • 15.00 mile(s) from Fantasy Island, a one-way mountain biking trail, counter-clockwise. Please do not ride in the opposite direction! If you get tired or need to head back to the parking areas, the next intersection is never far away. Keep an eye out for all the great hidden treasures along the trail. Old cars, bikes, toys, furniture, and don’t forget to ring the cow bell hanging over your head at the beginning of Burro!
  • 12.00 mile(s) from Golf N' Stuff®, miniature golf courses, go-karts, and bumper boats. There are also the most current and up-to-date video and prize arcade games available for your enjoyment.
  • 52.00 mile(s) from Kitt Peak National Observatory, a United States astronomical observatory site located on 2,096 m Kitt Peak of the Quinlan Mountains in the Arizona-Sonoran Desert on the Tohono O'odham Nation, 88 kilometers southwest of Tucson, Arizona.
  • 5.00 mile(s) from Kino Sports Complex, covers 155 acres and is the largest professional sports and entertainment venue of its kind in Pima County. With a panoramic view of the Santa Catalina Mountains, it is a natural fit for youth, high school and collegiate grass sports and makes a great setting for social gatherings, concerts, and community events.
  • 46.00 mile(s) from Mount Lemmon, O'odham: Babad Do'ag is the highest point in the Santa Catalina Mountains, located in the Coronado National Forest north of Tucson, Arizona, United States. Peak elevation is 9157 ft (2791 m).[3] It receives about 57 inches (1.4 m) of snow annually.[4] Mount Lemmon received its English name in honor of botanist Sarah Plummer Lemmon, who trekked to the top of the mountain with Native American guides by mule and foot in 1881.
  • 18.00 mile(s) from Sabino Canyon, hiking, biking, tram run, sightseeing, bird watching
  • 19.00 mile(s) from Tohono Chul Park, award-winning Tohono Chul Park is where nature, art and culture connect. Named one of the World's Great Botanical Gardens by Travel + Leisure and listed by National Geographic Traveler as one of the top 22 Secret Gardens in the U.S. and Canada, there is something for everyone.

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