Loews Ventana Canyon Resort is a business friendly Tucson resort in the mountains and close to Ventana Canyon Golf and Racquet Club and Sabino Canyon. Other area points of interest include Arizona National Golf Club and Trail Dust Town.
Loews Ventana Canyon Resort features a restaurant, a poolside bar, and a bar/lounge. Room service is available 24 hours a day. The resort serves full breakfasts each morning (surcharges apply). Recreational amenities include a golf course. Also located on site are an outdoor pool, an outdoor tennis court, a spa tub, and a sauna. The property's full service health spa has body treatments, massage/treatment rooms, facials, and beauty services. This 4 star property has a business center and offers small meeting rooms, secretarial services, and audiovisual equipment. Wireless Internet access (surcharge) is available in public areas. This Tucson property has event space consisting of banquet facilities, conference/meeting rooms, a ballroom, and exhibit space. Business services, wedding services, and tour assistance are available. Guest parking is available for a surcharge. Additional property amenities include a concierge desk, a fitness facility, and multilingual staff. This is a smoke free property.
398 guestrooms at Loews Ventana Canyon Resort feature minibars and coffee/tea makers. Rooms are all accessible via exterior corridors. All accommodations have balconies. Beds come with pillowtop mattresses and premium bedding. Bathrooms feature televisions, makeup/shaving mirrors, complimentary toiletries, and hair dryers. Wireless Internet access is available for a surcharge. In addition to desks and complimentary newspapers, guestrooms offer multi line phones with voice mail. Televisions have video game consoles and pay movies. Rooms also include safes, windows that open, and irons/ironing boards. Guests may request hypo allergenic bedding and wake up calls. A nightly turndown service is offered and housekeeping is available daily.
Notifications and Fees:
- Reservations are required for golf tee times. Reservations can be made by contacting the resort prior to arrival, using the contact information on the booking confirmation.
- Children 17 years old and younger stay free when occupying the parent or guardian's room, using existing bedding.
Unless otherwise indicated, the charges below are not included in the overall room price. If not included in the overall room price, they will be charged by the property at check in or check out. Charges can vary, for example, based on length of stay or the room you book. This property told us they will charge you for the following:
- A 13.05 percent city/local tax will be charged
The following fees and deposits are charged by the property at time of service, check in, or check out.
- Self parking fee: USD 9.00 per night (in/out privileges)
- Valet parking fee: USD 9.00 per night (in/out privileges)
- Pet fee: USD 25.00 per room, per stay
- Deposit: USD 100.00 per night
- Late check out fee: USD 50.00
- Fee for high speed Internet (wired) in business center: USD .80 (for 1 minutes, rates may vary)
- Fee for in room wireless Internet: USD 10.95 (for 24 hours, rates may vary)
- Rollaway bed fee: USD 25.00 per night
- Facilities fee: USD 10 per accommodation, per day and includes use of:
The above list may not be comprehensive. Fees and deposits may not include tax and are subject to change.Beautiful family hotel with waterfall in the foothills of Tucson I’d never stayed at a Loew’s hotel before our visit to the Loew’s Ventana Canyon Resort in Tuscon. After experiencing their incredible service from long-time staff members, I will definitely look for this brand when we travel. The room The room had the biggest bathtub I’ve EVER seen in a hotel. There was no chance of getting the floor wet. The room had a very large patio overlooking the Ventana Window Walk. If we were on the opposite side of the hotel we could have had a view of the waterfall. They also offered views of the city which was pretty spectacular. I felt very much at home in our roomy room. We weren’t there much, though, with all the activities. The pools Pools are a big deal when you visit the desert. The main pool welcomes kids and is right in the middle of all the action. It’s shaped like a T with 3 sets of wide stairs and 3 1/2 feet entries. The deep end is 8 feet where the T crosses. It’s nice because you can hang out by the stairs and not worry about impeding anybodys progress, because they can always choose another set of stairs. A staffed cabana served all of our pool needs: water, magazines, sunscreen, and towels. Bill’s Grill, the poolside restaurant and bar, is open from lunch to sunset. Servers circulated throughout the pool area. There is an adults only lap pool at the Lakeside Salon & Spa for those who don’t want to interact with families. I never felt like we were “bugging” the adults at the main pool, since they had the option to go to the adults only pool area. Ventana Window Walk I spent one magical morning exploring the half mile Ventana Window Walk alone. It begins behind the lobby and walks a loop up to to the canyon waterfall and around. It was completely quiet and peaceful that morning. I was fascinated by the interpretive signs explaining the geology of the Tucson Valley and some of the geographic landmarks. So much so, in fact, that another guest was out for a stroll and scared me half to death by commenting on the waterfall! The Window Walk is representative of hotelier, Jonathan Tisch’s, desire to “build a luxury resort in a pristine, desert landscape without disturbing the environment.” It’s pretty amazing to think that “not a single one of the 3,500 saguaro cacti was destroyed and all of the riparian habitats were kept in tact” on a project that spanned 100 acres. The concierge and Coyote Kids Club The concierge answered every question we threw at her. Definitely stop at her desk in the lobby early in your trip. They can even set your kids up for some time in the Coyote Kids Club which is really reasonable ($40 for a half day) for the adventures and entertainment it provides. Jacqueline runs the club and she’s spectacular. She’s been working at the resort a long time and mailed the cutest little homemade scrapbooks to our kids as keepsakes of their special time in the desert! Side Trips El Charro Cafe is right down the hill from the resort and has great Mexican food. We checked out Sabino Canyon, but wished we’d left more time for swimming, hiking, and exploring the Visitor Center. If we go back to Tuscon, I’d love to check out the Pima Air and Space Museum which is west of Tucson off I-10 with 80 acres and 300 aircraft! That could be a whole day trip, though. I’ve been to the Sonora Desert Museum and I’d recommend that, too. I’ve also heard Kartchner Caverns State Park is pretty amazing. Disclosure: The author received a complimentary stay and meals at the resort in order to complete an unbiased review and this subsequent article. The resort did not request that any specific opinions be expressed.