10448 E. Seven Generations Way
Tucson, AZ 85747 US
Payment types accepted include Master Card, Visa, Discover and Paypal.
The types of beds available include Double and Queen.
Inn at Civano is a desert retreat in southeast Tucson, Arizona. The Inn is located in the energy-efficient, sustainable community of Civano, with walking trails, two pools, a sports park, soccer field, basketball court, and activity center. This small B&B hotel boasts second-floor guest suites. One features a whirlpool tub. Start each day with a continental breakfast in the dining room or use the fully stocked kitchen for a do-it-yourself meal and snacks any time. Arrangements can be made to use the kitchen for family gatherings. A coupon book is available for local attractions and restaurants. Visit Colossal Cave Mountain Park and Kartchner Caverns. Browse the exhibits at De Grazia Gallery and explore the science center and observatory. Enjoy a peaceful stroll though the botanical gardens.Location: Mountains and City/Urban.
Meals Included in Rates: Breakfast, Snacks/Refreshments and A fully stocked kitchen with a no-host continental breakfast may be shared with all guests. Arrangements may be made to use kitchen for family gatherings by guests of Civano Residents.
Amenities In Room: Heating, Hair Dryer, Air Conditioning, DVD, Bath Amenities, Coffeemaker, Cable TV, Wireless Internet Access, Refrigerator, Iron/Ironing Board, Television, Telephone and Kitchen.
Amenities On Site: Pool, Copy Machine, Handicap Access, Fax, Dryer, Computers, Tennis, Swimming and Washer.
Business Traveler Amenities: Desk, FAX On-site, Gym Nearby, Hair Dryer, Internet Access, Iron/Ironing Board, Modem Connection, Off-site Dry Cleaning Services, Television, Wireless Internet Access and Meet with Associates in the Great Room or covered patio.
“We had a lovely stay at the Inn at Civano. What a great place to celebrate my wife’s birthday. It is clean, cozy and quite. Well situated on the east side of Tucson where we could access U of A Basketball without negotiating the long-term road and rail construction projects on the west side of Tucson and the I10 corridor. It is a snap to get to and from the Tucson Airport and other venues like the Rodeo at the Fairgrounds. The innkeepers are super and very knowledgeable as to where to eat, shop or to get that thing you left at home as you rushed past your inquisitive teenager prior to making your escape. In the early morning and later in the evening it is great to get out and stroll through the idyllic Civano neighborhoods. The guests are from all over, so you never know whom you may run into or share a moment during the day. We are coming back.”
— Andy Slater