Built in the early 1970's, the Omni Tucson National Resort is a historic, iconic, and beautiful Tucson-area resort. The architecture is quaint and interesting, the rooms are spacious and classic, and the entire property is a lush & serene space. If you're looking for a quiet getaway with swaying palm trees, bountiful sun rays, a golf paradise, and great dining, think: Omni Tucson.
Choose an elegant guest room, suite, or oversized hacienda for your stay. The decor is simple and upscale with warm desert tones.
We recommend the 675-square-foot Premier Mountain Vista Rooms, which feature a King or Two queens plus a spacious sitting area, luxury bathrooms with sunken tubs, walk-in closets, and private patios.
In-room amenities include:
The most recent renovation ($30 million) was in 2009 and included a remodel of the Mountain Vista Guestrooms, Sweetwater Pool and Cabanas, Legends Bar & Grill, Bob’s Steak & Chop House, and Golf Club.
Golf is the obvious occupation at Tucson Omni National Resort. As current host course for the Tucson Cologuard Classic and previous host of the PGA TOUR's Chrysler Classic and Southern Arizona Open, the Omni Tucson National Golf Course offers two different courses - ideal for amateurs or professionals. Private golf instruction is also available.
Swimming is another pasttime that can be enjoyed almost all year long due to Tucson's glorious sunny weather. Relax by one of two resort-style pools.
Tennis courts and a sand volleyball court are also on-property.
Be sure to talk with the concierge about booking other local activities - horseback riding, desert jeep rides, group cattle drives, hot air ballooning, shopping trips, more.
Omni Tucson National Resort doesn't offer a ton for young children. No waterslides, splash pads, game rooms, or kids centers can be found.
That being said, the Omni Kids Crew does coo over the resort's youngest guests. Upon check-in, kids receive a backpack filled with fun items designed specifically for them. Kids also receive milk and cookies delivered to their guest room on the first night.
Property restaurants offer the Omni Kids Crew menu - with crayons and an Omni Kids Crew cup.
There are three on-site restaurants at Omni Tucson National Resort.
Fiesta Cafe & Patio is where you will head for breakfast. Open daily from 6:30am-11:00am, you can choose the art of breakfast buffet or a la carte menu items.
Legends Bar & Grill is open for lunch & dinner (10:30am-10:00pm daily) and is known for casual club fare and classic cocktails, plus a selection of cigars. Root for your favorite team on a flat screen television or play a game of shuffleboards or billiards.
Bob’s Steak & Chop House is a national chain that prides itself on the finest corn-fed, midwestern prime beef. For nearly 20 years, Bob’s Steak & Chop House has been synonymous in Texas with fine steaks. The Bob’s Steakhouse formula is simple: incredible meat, gigantic shrimp, fabulous salads, and decadent desserts. Open for dinner only, 5:00pm-9:00pm (T-TH) and 5:oopm-10:00pm (FRI & SAT). Closed on Sundays and Mondays. Happy Hour is 5:00pm-7:00pm, TUES-SAT.
Great restaurant options to consider off property include: Wildflower, Pappoules, and Tohono Chul Garden Bistro. All three are within five miles of the resort.
Weather-wise, your best bet would be to enjoy the heavenly winter and spring months – November through mid-April. That said, you can enjoy better (hotter - ha!) rates in the warmer months. Summer is an ideal time for locals to staycation at the Omni.
Peak season is January to March. Room rates in this period range from $249-$299.
Off season is June to September. Room rates in this period range from $89-$129.
Yes – $20 per room per night + tax.
The resort service charge covers:
Absolutely! Omni Tucson National Resort is well-suited for weddings with plentiful romantic photo spots and ceremony backdrops. Book your wedding and receive a complimentary one-night honeymoon stay.