Learn More about Loews Ventana Canyon
Below is a list of frequently asked questions about Loews Ventana Canyon, from area attractions to airport transportation to our hotel services and amenities. Read through the FAQs below and if your question still isn’t answered, feel free to contact us.
Q. How far is the hotel from Tucson International Airport?
A. The airport is about 20 miles south of the hotel and a 30-minute drive.
Q. How much is a taxi ride from the airport?
A. Approximately $55–$58 (plus tip) if you take a cab from the airport. If you would like the hotel concierge to set up a town car the cost is $55 plus tip, just provide them your flight itinerary and a driver will be waiting for you in baggage claim. Contact our concierge now
Q. Where is the nearest hiking?
A. The Ventana Trail begins on the southwest end of the hotel property near the south parking lot. The Window Walk nature trail, a half-mile paved path, is in the “backyard” of the hotel. The trail, created in partnership with the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum and Tucson Botanical Gardens, features over 200 signs identifying the plants and animals of the Sonoran Desert. Sabino Canyon Recreation Center is about 3 miles east of the hotel and home to a network of trails for a variety of fitness levels.
Q. Where is the closest shopping?
La Encantada is a luxury outdoor mall located about 4 miles east of the hotel. It includes stores such as AJ’s Fine Foods, Apple Store, Anthropologie and more as well as several restaurants.
Q. Do you have wireless Internet access? Is it complimentary?
A. We offer complimentary Wi-Fi in the lobby, Cascade lounge, and in our guestrooms.
Q: How much is parking?
A: Valet or self parking is $9 Overnight. Please note the rates are subject to change.
Q: Is there a spa/gym?
A: Lakeside Spa and Fitness Center on site with a variety of treatment options and fitness classes available daily. Please contact the spa for more information.
Q: How far is the resort from University of Arizona?
A: The University is 20 minutes or 12 miles from Loews Ventana Canyon.