Courtyard Tucson Airport Flying High After Guest Room Facelift

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Tucson airport hotel restyles rooms and suites with new carpet, fixtures and mattresses.

Comfort and luxury soar to greater heights thanks to the newly renovated accommodations at the Courtyard Tucson Airport.

The Tucson airport hotel’s complete guest room renovation marks the end of a complete property upgrade, with the lobby and restaurant receiving a facelift in 2011.

Each of the Tucson, AZ, hotel’s 137 rooms and 12 suites received new carpet, sofas, fixtures and Sealy mattresses topped with cotton-rich linens and plenty of fluffy pillows. Amenities guests can expect in every room include complimentary high-speed Internet, coffeemakers, large desks with ergonomic chairs, irons and ironing boards, 37-inch flat-screen TVs with premium movie channels, full-length mirrors and Paul Mitchell products in the bathrooms.

Thoughtfully planned, the ample work spaces and ergonomic chairs in every room enable guests to accomplish their tasks, while the large flat-screen TVs provide a great break and opportunity for downtime enjoyment. Providing a warm, sophisticated environment, the hotel’s rooms accommodate guests’ desire to stay connected, productive and refreshed during their stays.

Although guest room renovations are the newest attraction at the hotel, vacationers won’t have to wait until they reach their private retreats to notice other fresh upgrades throughout the Tucson airport hotel. As soon as they set foot in the lobby, they will see and feel the effects of the 2011 remodel project. Knowledgeable and courteous staff members promptly greet guests from welcome pedestals that have replaced the traditional front desk, allowing one-on-one interaction during the check-in and check-out processes. Strategically placed media pods along the perimeter of the new welcome center provide guests with comfortable seating areas where they can enjoy their favorite TV shows on flat-screen TVs. Guests can also take advantage of the hotel’s complimentary Wi-Fi.

A 52-inch interactive GoBoard in the lobby displays local and national weather forecasts as well as driving directions, the latest flight statuses and information about things to do in Tucson, Arizona, and the surrounding areas. Another feature of the hotel, unique from other Tucson airport hotels, is a separate nook known as the Boarding Pass Station that houses computers and printers for visitors to print their boarding passes for convenient traveling.    

The highlight of the lobby remodel was the addition of The Bistro - Eat. Drink. Connect. The casual café-style restaurant raises the standard for morning and evening meals with menus featuring thick-cut French toast, fresh seasonal fruits, burgers, pizzas, salads and sandwiches made to order. The eatery sports a large communal table where families or small groups of business professionals can gather for a hearty breakfast or dinner. Comfortable bar and table seating can be occupied to enjoy freshly brewed Starbucks drinks, a number of craft, domestic and imported beers or custom-concocted cocktails whipped up by a friendly bartender. Multiple flat-screened TVs throughout the space display news, entertainment and sports programming.

About the Courtyard Tucson Airport
The Courtyard Tucson Airport is conveniently located 15 minutes from the University of Arizona, 20 minutes from downtown and 40 minutes from the beautiful Old Tucson area. The hotel is about half a mile away from Tucson International Airport (TUS) and offers complimentary shuttle service to and from the terminal. With 137 spacious guest rooms and 12 suites, the Tucson hotel also boasts two meeting rooms with 1,248 square feet of flexible space, The Bistro, state-of-the-art fitness center and outdoor pool and whirlpool. High-speed Internet is complimentary throughout the facility. For information, visit

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