Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Hotel Room Tour and Review - Sheraton Tucson Hotel & Suites - New Year's Travel Day 1

     My husband and I went on road trip during New Year's holidays. We prepared some foods at home in early morning and headed toward Tucson in Arizona on December 31.

     After driving for 8 hours, we finally arrived at the hotel, Sheraton Tucson Hotel & Suites, which we stayed a night.

    We booked a suit room, which had a separate bedroom and living room areas. Frankly, the room was nothing fancy, and I thought it's bit dated and needed fixing some. (I'm getting picky about interior design because we've renovated our home.)  Indeed, I was pretty surprised at some areas. They used pretty good material, but rough finish. For instance, the faucets weren't installed the right areas, the baseboards weren't smooth finish and etc. However, the furnishings were pretty good, and the room was nice and clean. :)

     The living room had a wet bar with a small fridge and microwave.

      I loved that they provided Starbucks coffee grounds. 

     There were two complimentary water bottles just like Sheraton Kona Resort & Spa at Keauhou Bay, we stayed on the Big Island, Hawaii before.

      I liked this leather table lamp. :)

     The bathroom had a bathtub. It was pretty small but nice and clean. The wallpaper was peeling partially because of humidity. The handrail wasn't stable, so it needed fixing. :(  

    Their free toiletries included a bath sponge, shampoo, conditioner, shower gel, body lotion, mouth wash and etc.

        There were an outdoor heated pool and a Jacuzzi

       The tall beautiful Christmas tree was stood in the center of the lobby.

Sheraton Tucson Hotel & Suites
5151 East Grant Road 
Tucson, AZ 85712

      Because it was New Year's Eve, most restaurants around the hotel were closed early, so we only found that there was Burger King drive-thru was open. We ordered two Burger King Whoppers, French Fries and Chicken Nuggets, and we made two servings of instant soba noodles in the room because it's a Japanese traditional to eat soba noodles on New Year's Eve. It's been a while since we had hamburger last time, so I enjoyed our late supper on New Year's Eve. :)

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