TUCSON, ARIZONA PROPERTY EST. 1918 Open since 1919, the historic Hotel Congress is Arizona’s longest continuously operated hotel. The fully renovated and restored Spanish/Mission Revival property is part hotel, part award-winning restaurant and bar, and part world-renowned nightclub all wrapped into one. The hotel’s period guestrooms have been classically renovated and updated, and every nook and cranny of the hotel provides a window to years past. The hotel also features a full slate of annual events, including Dillinger Days, which occurs each January to mark the capture of the famed bank robber and his gang in 1934; and Agave Heritage Week, which highlights the rich cultural ties between Mexico and Tucson in regards to art, culture, food, and agave-based spirits. A fire in 1934 blew the cover off the John Dillinger and his gang who were hiding out after a string of robberies in the Midwest. They were captured without incident. ORIGINAL HOTEL CLASSIC SERVICE TRADITIONAL DÉCOR MISSION STYLE AMENITIES 40 guestrooms include full bath, airconditioning, and complimentary Wi-Fi. Available on request are hair dryers and iron and board. Hotel Congress is pet-friendly. The hotel features a private guest lounge on the second floor with a computer, 40-inch television, and relaxing cactus garden patio. On-site dining at the award-winning Cup Café. Bicycles are also available to explore a vibrant and exciting downtown. DINING A key component of Hotel Congress’s culinary service is their dedication and commitment to local resources to ensure the highest quality products for guests. This includes sourcing local beef, Sonoran heritage pasta, and their private label Arizona Malbec wine. This has led to awards, including “Best Breakfast in the U.S.” and recognition from national publications like Esquire,Men’s Journal, and others. LOCATION On the east end of downtown’s central entertainment district, across from the historic train depot. Occupying a city block, the hotel is within walking distance to downtown venues like the Fox Tucson and Rialto theatres, dining, and several museums. The hotel is also conveniently located just steps away from Tucson’s modern streetcar. Tucson Int’l Airport: 8 miles, 15 minutes. 311 East Congress Street Tucson, AZ 85701 T 520.622.8848
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