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Old 03-20-2007, 09:00 AM
Location: Florida
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Anyone stayed here while in Tucson?

Website looked pretty interesting & when I plan to visit kids in fall, I thought it might be a nice historical place to lay my head at....

Any other lodging impressions would be welcome..I plan to come in fall/September/October....for a week....

My family is in the Oro Valley. Suggestions?
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Old 03-27-2007, 10:42 PM
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Hotel Congress is very art deco. The cafe is wonderful!

I've been to several concerts in it's small venue on the main floor. I'm asthmatic, so when it's smokey that's a big problem for me - and being that it's an older building the ventilation is not all it could be - but that is the only negative I have to offer. The staff is helpful and friendly. I feel safe there, and bring my family. It's a very artsy, eclectic part of town, so all sorts of people are mingling.

The hotel can probably be kinda noisy on special event nights at their concert venue - but you can certainly ask the staff about what's coming up, if noise is an issue for you, as it can also be the most relaxing place in town. I love to sit in the Cup Cafe on a Saturday morning - wonderful.

It's about a 20 minute drive from Oro Valley, going up Stone to River to Oracle Road and continue north - Stay away from I-10 if you can, because there's significant construction slowing traffic considerably right now and we're told it'll be going on for more than a year.


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