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TUCSON & SOUTHERN ARIZONA


TUCSON As one of the oldest, continually inhabited areas in North


America, Tucson is the authentic Southwestern destination and is notably the sunniest city in the U.S. (350 days of sunshine per year). With mile after mile of pristine desert, cactus like nowhere else on Earth, spectacular mountains in every direction, raw surroundings, challenging high-desert golf, a diverse culinary scene, historic cowboy culture, Spanish, Mexican and Native-American heritage, and exciting attractions – Tucson doesn’t disappoint. Tucson International Airport makes the area easily


accessible with eight different airlines offering daily departures to 15 non-stop destinations, and was recently selected to be one of the first airports in the country allowing travelers to book flights on Southwest’s first international service to Mexico. The Tucson Convention Center is located in historic


downtown Tucson – your delegates can walk to any of several hotels, shops, and many restaurants located a few blocks from the Center. With 205,000 square feet of meeting space, the Tucson Convention Center has the size and flexibility to accommodate almost any type of meeting, convention, trade show, or banquet event you may be planning. The Old Pueblo’s (as Tucson is nicknamed


Tucson Presidio District Among Tucson’s stellar full-service resorts is the Westin MORE INFO


due to the adobe-walled Tucson Presidio) rich history in hospitality is illuminated in its many marvelous properties. Resorts and hotels are located close to the region’s natural parks, as well as cosmopolitan amenities such as fine dining, arts, and shopping. Whether your group chooses one of the full- service resort properties with golf and spa, or a historic inn close to downtown, or a guest ranch that assigns you a room and horse, Tucson lodging options are boundless.


Metropolitan Tucson CVB, (888) 2-TUCSON, visittucson.org


La Paloma Resort & Spa, which enjoys a superb, Santa Catalina Mountains location, attractive dining and cocktailing options and the beautiful 27-hole Jack Nicklaus- designed golf course, recently awarded the 2011 Golfweek’s Best Courses distinction. Five swimming pools, including a free-form pool with swim-up bar will refresh on a warm day, but for the ultimate in family fun, don’t miss the 177-foot Slidewinder, the Southwest’s longest resort waterslide. Groups will relish the organically derived, hydrating Olive Oil Body Glow available at the resort’s Elizabeth Arden


Red Door Spa. Another excellent choice, the Hilton Tucson El Conquistador Golf & Tennis Resort is a Forbes Travel Guide Three Star and AAA Four Diamond, full-service destination golf resort nestled in the foothills of the Santa Catalina Mountains on 500 acres of high Sonoran


Westin La Paloma Resort & Spa 56 www.AZMeet ings.com


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