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La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham Tucson Reid Park is a great place for day use rooms, being surrounded by the beautiful scenery of the Sonoran Desert yet also within reach of numerous attractions. Day guests can make use of free Wi-Fi, plus free breakfast, and the local area has museums, diverse dining options, a nearby zoo, and plenty more to explore.
Global Menu – Enjoy the cuisine of central Europe at the Polish Cottage, which serves up pierogi and other Polish dishes, as well as various beers. If you prefer Japanese then there’s an innovative take on sushi at Kazoku - Sushi & Japanese Cuisine, plus wine and cocktails. Guilin Chinese Restaurant has a menu of Chinese classics, and makes vegetarian options available, as does Zayna Mediterranean Restaurant.
Reid Park Zoo – Reid Park Zoo is close to the hotel door, and provides visitors with a walk on the wild side. The furry, scaly, and thick-skinned residents number in the hundreds and vary from the cute and dinky otters to enormous elephants and grizzly bears.
Sabino Canyon – To the north-east is the Sabino Canyon, an enormous national forest ideal for people who love being surrounded by the serenity of nature. You can take a tram ride through the stunning scenery, or, if you’re feeling more energetic, take advantage of the hiking trails to get some exercise and soak in the picturesque views.
Museums – There’s quite the assortment of museums within easy reach of the day rooms, including Fort Lowell Museum, a historic cavalry outpost on a former Native American village. The Arizona State Museum has been telling the story of Southwestern culture for more than a century now, whilst the Tucson Museum of Art features the works of pre-Columbian and Latin American folk artists.
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