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About Frontier Motel Tucson

Frontier Motel Tucson provides guests with a comfortable Western atmosphere with an outdoor pool, 20 functionally appointed temperature-controlled rooms, and complimentary bath amenities.

Each room is equipped with cable TV, free Wi-Fi, work desk, mini-fridge, microwave, and coffeemaker to ensure a pleasant stay. Guests can also take advantage of the in-room kitchen amenities and fax/photocopy services offered by the hotel.

Just off I-10 in Northwest Tucson, the Frontier Motel is conveniently located only 12 minutes away from downtown and two miles away from the University of Arizona.

Whether you're interested in exploring the various exhibitions at the nearby Arizona State Museum or going for a swim in the outdoor pool opened year-round, there are plenty of activities to enjoy at this motel. For those who want to relax and watch a movie, El Con Regional Shopping Center is only five miles away. And for added comforts and convenience, select suites come with sofas as well as non-smoking accommodations.

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FAQs about Cheap Hotels In Tucson

What are the Cheap Hotels In Tucson policies for check-in and check-out time? Check-in begins at 13:00 and check-out can be done until 11:00.
What are some popular tourists attractions nearby Frontier Motel - Tucson? Interesting place to explore in close proximity to the property are T Rex Museum, Tucson Symphony Orchestra Indoor Season, Arizona State Museum, Centennial Hall, Berger Performing Arts Center, Invisible Theatre and others.

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Where To Stay In Tucson

Tucson, Arizona is a vibrant city located in the Sonoran desert. It's known for its stunning landscapes and cultural attractions, making it an ideal destination for visitors from all over the world. Home to the University of Arizona, Tucson has plenty of educational opportunities as well as outdoor activities such as golfing, hiking and off-roading. The city is also home to several museums and galleries that offer visitors a glimpse into the city’s rich history and culture.

The Pima Air & Space Museum is one of Tucson’s premier attractions. It boasts hundreds of aircraft ranging from historical warplanes to modern supersonic jets. Visitors can explore over 300 planes and vehicles on display, including some rare models like the A-10 Thunderbolt II (Warthog) and SR-71 Blackbird spy plane. The museum also offers guided tours, interactive exhibits and hands-on activities.

The Tucson Museum Of Art houses an impressive collection of fine art spanning centuries. Visitors can take in works by regional artists as well as European masters like Monet, Renoir and Rembrandt. Along with artwork, exhibitions focus on different cultures throughout the world, allowing visitors to gain insight into the diversity of artistry that exists around the globe.

Just outside Tucson lies another one of its most popular attractions: The Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum. This incredible open-air museum brings together elements from both science and art to give visitors a unique experience like no other. Here you can view wildlife up close while learning about their habitats; wander through beautiful botanical gardens; explore interactive displays; take in stellar views; or even catch a show at the outdoor amphitheater!

Another must-see attraction in Tucson is the Arizona State Museum which offers an array of exhibits centered around Native American history, culture and art within Arizona's borders. Here you can learn about tribal customs through artifacts like jewelry, pottery and baskets in addition to interactive displays about ceremonial practices and legend stories from each tribe represented here in Arizona today—a great way for families to learn more about their heritage!

The Valley of The Moon is yet another incredible place to visit when in Tucson that will leave you feeling enchanted by its beauty! Explore winding paths lined with cacti or sit back beneath tall Saguaro cactus while taking in breathtaking views—it’s truly magnificent! Afterwards head indoors for lunch or dinner at any one of the many eateries tucked away inside this magical oasis!

Tohono Chul Gardens & Galleries provide yet another chance to get lost in wonderment while exploring lush greenery paired with gorgeous artwork from local artists scattered throughout its walkways—a sight worth seeing indeed! Afterward quench your thirst with a cold beverage at Bistro where you can also enjoy delectable dishes prepared using ingredients sourced directly from this very same garden! All these great attractions make Tucson AZ unique amongst other cities in America highlighting all it has to offer–come see why it's been called “the Old Pueblo” since 1775!