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JW Marriott Starr Pass Resort
Where style and comfort intersect, JW Marriott Tucson Starr Pass Resort & Spa offers uncomplicated relaxation amid the city’s most compelling attractions. Featuring luxury amenities and excellent service, our downtown resort is a full-service sanctuary where your comfort is always a certainty. Test your swing on the Arnold Palmer-designed desert golf courses, pamper yourself at our spa or take a dip in our multi-level pool and lazy river. Hike and bike on spectacular trails or explore the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Kino Sports complex and Old Tucson Studios. In the evening, indulge in delicious cuisine in one our resort’s buzzworthy restaurants before retreating to well-appointed rooms and suites with stylish décor.
‘Real’ is the word that defines Tucson and southern Arizona. Tucson’s strong sense of place is due to its cultural heritage – rooted in Spanish, Mexican and Western influences – and can be tasted in its Southwestern cuisine and experienced through its rich culture. From the spare beauty of the Sonoran Desert to the sheer awesomeness of the five mountain ranges that surround it, this city of captivating scenery gives visitors freedom to explore. Discover a rugged landscape, historic hotels and resorts, Old West history and dozens of festive events happening here all year long.
Getting to know real Tucson is easy, given its many museums. Nearly all of the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum experience is set outdoors, where walking paths take you through desert habitats home to 230 animal species and 1,200 types of plants. See a huge collection of Native American artifacts at the Arizona State Museum, located on the University of Arizona campus. Tour Mission San Xavier del Bac, a historic Spanish mission with a still-active parish. Learn about aerospace and military history at Pima Air and Space Museum and the Titan Missile Museum. No visit to Tucson is complete without a stop in nearby Tombstone, site of the infamous gunfight at the O.K. Corral, or a trip to Old Tucson, where 300 western-themed movies and TV shows were filmed.
An authentically Southwestern city!