4-star hotel in Tucson features five outdoor pools, four dining venues, three golf courses, and multiple tennis courts
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Hotel at a Glance: 4-Star Top-Secret Hudson Hotel
This 4-star hotel is set against the backdrop of the Santa Catalina Mountains, with pools surrounded by trees and lounge seating offering relief from the desert sun. While kids enjoy the cool pool waters, parents can unwind in the shade of the trees.
- In-room amenities include WiFi access, as well as soaking tubs and private balconies.
- Locally sourced food: A variety of fresh, seasonal-inspired options available at many dining venues the hotel has to offer.
- Eco-friendly features: Native plants framing the 27-hole Jack Nicklaus golf course are irrigated with reclaimed water, and tennis courts are made from recycled tires.
- Spa day: Treatments such as detoxifying seaweed body wrap are available for additional fees.
- Notable nods: AAA Four Diamond Award and TripAdvisor’s bronze-level GreenLeaders award.
- Healthy habits: The fitness center has cardio and weight equipment.
Tucson, Arizona: Southwestern History and Culture amid the Cacti
Over Tucson’s long history, it’s absorbed elements from the many peoples who have lived or passed through here: Native Americans, Europeans, Latinos, and Asians to name a few. Today, this unique blend is especially evident in the downtown restaurant scene, where you can get authentic chilies rellenos, sushi, and upscale bistro food with fine wines from nearby vintners.
Visitors can soak up the area’s gorgeous natural landscape at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, a combined botanical garden and zoo. Here, gila monsters and more than 1,200 kinds of plants inhabit 21 acres of desert scenery. Among Tucson’s manmade wonders is Mission San Xavier del Bac, a white adobe church whose interior is adorned with frescoes and sculptures. It was built in the 1700s and is one of the oldest intact European structures in Arizona.