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OYO Hotel Eloy/ Casa Grande near I-10
OYO Hotel Eloy/ Casa Grande near I-10
OYO Hotel Eloy/ Casa Grande near I-10
OYO Hotel Eloy/ Casa Grande near I-10
OYO Hotel Eloy/ Casa Grande near I-10

OYO Hotel Eloy/ Casa Grande near I-10

South Sunland Gin Road, Eloy AZ
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2.4 (240 Ratings)·Fair
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Places to visit & Best Hotels in Tucson

Tucson, in Arizona, is a tourist’s delight with balmy weather and a great mix of scenic desert landscapes, history, and cultural attractions. Aptly called the “City of Sunshine”, the charming city of Tucson is a wonderful, safe city to explore and offers unique experiences that will keep you coming back for more. Find hotels that are easy on your pocket and offer amenities like swimming pools and parking spaces amongst others.

Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum

Those looking to explore the desert landscape of Arizona without venturing into the wild should explore the wonderful Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum. The museum offers visitors an in-depth and immersive introduction to the fascinating Tucson landscape – complete with a natural history museum, zoo, and botanical garden.

Visitors can observe living animals, endangered species, and plants that call the Sonoran Desert home. The museum’s gardens and walking paths are biodiversity hotspots in themselves, with over 1200 species of fauna and hummingbirds that fly busily from one plant to another.

Mission San Xavier del Bac

Established by Spanish Jesuits in 1770, the San Xavier del Bac is a beautiful mission comprising churches and buildings in the colonial Baroque style of architecture. It is also known as the "White Dove of the Desert" and still used as a center of spirituality by the Tohono O'odham Indians. The museum comprises artifacts that document the history of the mission.

This unique cultural attraction is located close to city centers, markets, and great hotels such as the OYO Hotel Tucson Silver. Oyo hotels don’t pinch your pocket as they are mighty cheap hotels and offer all comforts.

Saguaro National Park

Saguaro National Park is a fantastic location to experience the beauty of the Sonoran Desert in Tucson. Hiking enthusiasts can explore several trails with towering saguaro cacti growing all around – the tallest species in the United States.

If you’re lucky, you might also spot fascinating wildlife such as jackrabbits, Gila woodpeckers, Gila monsters (lizards), or cactus wrens. Visitors looking for a relaxed walk can explore the well-lined paths of Saguaro East; while those looking for rugged countryside will enjoy the gravel roads and hiking trails in Saguaro West.

Old Tucson Studios

Revisit the Western towns of the late 19th century at the Old Tucson Studios. Recreated in 1940 as a studio for several Western films, the studio lies in a beautiful location with rolling hills and the Tucson desert surrounding it. These movie sets have seen industry legends such as John Wayne walk through their doors, as well been featured in over 400 Western movies including the famous 'Young Guns'.

El Presidio Historic District

El Presidio Historic District is one of the oldest inhabited sites in the United States. This area was once native to the Hohokam Indians, but soon came to house a Spanish military fort that would later become the city of Tucson. The district today comprises a lovely mix of adobe houses with architectural influences from Spain, Mexico, England, and America. Visitors should not miss out on a visit to the Old Town Artisans here – a restored marketplace from the 1850s.

Pima Air and Space Museum

Aviation enthusiasts can visit the Pima Air and Space Museum which is the largest privately-funded air museum in the world. It includes a stellar collection of over 350 aircrafts and spacecrafts. One of the most popular attractions here includes John F. Kennedy’s presidential plane and a replica of the Wright Brothers' Flyer.

While you are here, Book hotels that are comfortable yet pocket friendly, besides, you can get hotel discounts and hotel deals on our website.

How to reach Tucson?

The closest airport is Tucson International Airport located 8 miles from downtown Tucson. Amtrak offers two trains that travel through Arizona – the Southwest Chief and the Sunset Limited. The trains pass through major cities such as Tucson, Phoenix, and Flagstaff. Those driving in from Phoenix can take Interstate 19 which is one of the fastest routes connecting Tucson and Phoenix.

Food in Tucson

Visitors to Tucson can sample a range of culinary delights in the city ranging from city staples to world cuisine. Make your way to Eegees for subway sandwiches and ranch fries. Try an inventive take on the traditional Mac N Cheese at The Hub, which is known for delicious Lobster Mac and Cheese.

Best accommodation in Tucson

The OYO hotels in Tucson offer a comfortable and pleasant stay at the best rates. Equipped with the best services, look no further for a great stay when in Tucson. Visitors can find amenities such as parking facilities, free Wifi, and wheelchair accessibility at the OYO Hotels in Tucson.

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Questions and Answers

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What are the best areas to stay in Tucson on a holiday?

Some of the best locations in Tucson include Catalina Foothills district, Downtown Tucson, Close to the University of Arizona, North Tucson & Catalina and Close to Tucson International Airport.

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What are the basic amenities that one can expect in an OYO Hotel in Tucson AZ?

At every OYO hotel in Tucson AZ, you will find comfortable rooms with amenities like an air conditioner, TV, mini-fridge,free Wifi, car parking facility, and daily housekeeping. To go the extra mile, these hotels also provide card payment, 24-7 Check In , CCTV cameras, and pet-friendliness(at an extra cost).

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What are some of the best destinations around Tucson AZ for a weekend getaway?

If you are looking for a quick weekend getaway from Tucson AZ, you can plan trips to Bisbee, Lake Havasu, Jerome or Las Cruces. All these destinations are less than five hours away by road and offer amazing options for a romantic or fun weekend. Lake Havasu and Jerome are perfect for a quaint weekend while Bisbess and Las Cruces will take you one step closer to Mexico.

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Where can I shop in Tucson AZ?
  • The Lost Barrio Shops have an amazing selection of accessories, furnishings collected from all over the world. You will also find a bit of Mexico at the bazaar here.
  • Mac’s Indian Jewelry is the place to be if you are into unique accessories. They specialize in American Indian jewelry.
  • At Mercado San Agustin, you will be able to find everything that you are looking for from wardrobe essentials to contemporary art.
  • Foothills Mall, Tucson Mall, Park Place Mall are a few of the largest retail shopping centers in the city.
  • La Encantada Shopping Center has more exclusive, upscale brands and labels to shop from.

Tucson has something for everyone from nightclubs, sports bars, breweries, LGBT clubs or casino gaming. Due to the hip and young crowd from the University of Arizona, the nightlife is brimming with energy and life. The university’s Main Gate area, Congress Street and Fourth Avenue are the most happening places if you are looking to party. The foothills of Santa Catalina Mountains feature a more upscale crowd with jazz and blues playing around bars and restaurants. If you like gaming, Desert Diamond Casino & Hotel and Casino Del Sol Resort will be more to your liking.

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What are some of the most popular places of interest in Tucson AZ?

At Tucson AZ, you will be surrounded by the rich history and beautiful natural spots all around you.

  • You can explore the unique Spanish colonial architecture with centuries-old frescos at Mission San Xavier del Bac.
  • The Museum of Contemporary Art, Sosa-Carrillo-Fremont House Museum, Jewish History Museum are wonderful preservations of America’s history.
  • Pima Air & Space Museum has hundreds of aircraft while the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum has a wonderful collection of animal and plant life.
  • Saguaro National Park and Tucson Greyhound Park are perfect spots if you are looking to get back into nature.
  • Santa Cruz Church, St. Augustine Cathedral are some of the more religiously intriguing sites to visit.

The I-10 South is one of the most well-suited areas to stay in Tucson AZ and Hotel Tucson Downtown has the best accessibility to all the major tourist spots.

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Does OYO Offer a weekly rental?

Yes, all OYOs in Tucson offer a long term stay with a weekly rate and a monthly rate starting at $ 40 per night

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How much does an OYO hotel cost in Tucson AZ?

You can book an OYO hotel in Tucson AZ for just $57 per night. This amount can be discounted further depending on the availability of hotel deals and discounts at the time of booking.

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What are some of the best hotels near the Museum of Contemporary Art in Tucson AZ?

OYO Hotel Tucson Silver is one of the highest-rated and budget-friendly hotels to stay near the Museum of Contemporary Art in Tucson AZ.

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What are the best budget hotels near Tucson International Airport?

There are a number of best budget hotels near Tucson International Airport, including OYO Hotel Tucson Silver and OYO Hotel Tucson Downtown that feature facilities like swimming pools and important gadgets like a microwave, fridge and more.

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What are some of the best OYO hotels in Tucson AZ?

Best OYO hotels in Tucson AZ including Hotel Tucson Downtown and OYO Hotel Tucson Silver are the most affordable and highly rated hotels to stay in the city.

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