The free breakfast is nice, the bedding is delightful, but add free high-speed internet and a great downtown location and our guests get themselves a great deal at the non-smoking Hampton Inn Tucson-North. The 92-room hotel makes life easy with free high-speed internet access for everybody. You also get a fridge and microwave. Enjoy a complimentary breakfast buffet every morning. The business center helps you whisk through office tasks so you can relax in the outdoor pool and hot tub. Work in a workout at the fitness center or take your dog for a walk — pets are welcome for a fee. Parking is free. Note: The property is undergoing renovations to their lobby, fitness center and breakfast area until December 2012. Hampton Inn is located off I-10, two miles north of downtown Tucson. It's two miles to the University of Arizona and a little more than two miles to the Tucson Convention Center and the historic neighborhoods in central Tucson. It's less than 15 miles to Sabino Canyon in Coronado National Forest, where you can spend the day touring and exploring the desert landscape and the foothills of the Catalina Mountains. It's less than 13 miles to Tucson International Airport. Happy to host you and your pets, Hampton Inn even throws in a free breakfast and a "close proximity to the freeway exit ramp."
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