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Hilton Tucson El Conquistador Golf and Tennis Resort

Tucson El Conquistador Fire Pit
Tucson El Conquistador
Tucson El Conquistador Lounge

Nestled in the foothills of the Santa Catalina Mountains, the Hilton Tucson Conquistador Golf and Tennis Resort offers stunning views of the Sonoran Desert.  Enjoy a game of tennis or golf, hike scenic trails, or relax on the patio by the pool.  We're just a short drive from downtown Tucson, where you can stroll past funky shops and explore the culture and history of the American Southwest.

10000 North Oracle Road
Tucson, Arizona, 85704
 520-544-5000

Additional Amenities

In addition to the hotel's usual amenities, FloCon attendees who book within our room block will also receive

  • complimentary in-room wireless/wired Internet access for up to 2 devices
  • no additional fees for local or 800 number phone calls
  • Two complimentary bottles of water upon arrival
  • 15% off massage treatments at Elements Spa
  • Daily use of fitness facilities and fitness classes
  • 1hour use of putting green per day
  • 1hour use of driving range per room per day
  • 1 hour of tennis court usage per room per day
  • 2 hours of bike usage per room per day
  • Shuttle service to the hotel's Country Club facilities

Reservations

To reserve a room at the FloCon 2018 group rate, click on the following link:

Book Now

 

Alternatively, call Hilton Reservations
Toll Free: 1-800-325-7832
Direct: 520-544-5000

Ask for the FloCon 2018 group rate

If you are having difficulty booking with the hotel, please contact Linda Canon at lcanon@sei.cmu.edu.

Terms

All reservations must be guaranteed with a major credit card.  You may cancel up to 48 hours prior to arrival to avoid cancellation fees.

Check-in time: 4PM
Check-out time: 11AM

Standard Rates

The special FloCon 2018 rates shown below are for standard rooms only.

Single/Double: $113.00 (or prevailing per-diem)
These rates are based on the prevailing government per-diem rate and are subject to change by the U.S. General Services Administration. No government ID is required at check-in. The group rate is offered until either the conference rooms are sold out or Tuesday, December 19, 2017, whichever occurs first.

Transportation

Sunlink Streetcar

The Hilton Tucson El Conquistador resort is approximately 45 minutes from Tucson International Airport (TUC).

Shuttle, Taxi, and Ride Sharing Service

Commercial shuttle services provide transportation to/from the airport for approximately $50 round trip per person. The average taxi rate to/from airport is $60 one way. Lyft and Uber are currently the only ride services operating from Tucson International Airport; meet your driver and car at the curb outside the car rental facility.

For more information, please call the hotel at 520-544-5000.

Parking Rates

Self-parking is available at no charge. Guest valet parking is available for $11.00 per day.

Directions

From Tucson International Airport:
Follow I-10 West to Ina Road.
Exit Ina Rd, turn right and head east to Oracle Rd (about 5.3 miles).
Turn left onto Oracle Rd (north)
Continue 2.5 miles to El Conquistador Way and turn right.
The resort will be on the right.

Details about getting around:

https://www.visittucson.org/about/transportation

Welcome to Tucson!

Video courtesy of Visit Tucson

Visit Tucson

Things to Do in Tucson

A bit off the beaten path, Tucson’s unique attractions and accommodations beckon you to discover and explore a place that’s authentic and comfortable.

The landscape is varied and includes: flowering desert, rolling hills, winding dry riverbeds, rugged canyons and pine-topped peaks, all beneath a clear, blue sky

The beauty of the Sonoran Desert is what first pulls many to Tucson, but they're often surprised at how verdant and diverse a living desert can be as they learn about  the unique ecosystems at Tohono Chul, Tucson Botanical Gardens, and Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum.

Explore the wide-open wonder of the American Southwest up-close and unrestrained, hiking the mountain ranges that circle the Old Pueblo or wandering wilderness preserves and parks, from the cascades of Seven Falls at Sabino Canyon to the majestic cacti of Saguaro National Parks East & West, or from the high-pine and aspen forests of Mt. Lemmon to the cool, otherworldly depths of Colossal Cave Mountain Park or Kartchner Caverns State Park.

That amazing range of natural beauty is the backdrop to a place that refuses to be defined by expectations. Probe the cosmos at Kitt Peak National Observatory and the Fred Lawrence Whipple Observatory. Feed your spirit in the city's museums and galleries, or travel through time discovering Tucson's unique cultural legacy, from the collision of Spanish and Tohono O'odham cultures in the art and architecture of Mission San Xavier del Bac to 300 vintage-to-modern aircraft illuminating a century of military and aerospace history at the Pima Air & Space Museum.

You can also hop the 3.9-mile Sun Link Tucson Streetcar and roll your way through the heart of Tucson, from Main Gate Square at the University of Arizona, along Fourth Avenue, and across Downtown Tucson to Mercado San Agustin and back. Step off and on at streetcar stops to explore shops and restaurants, ranging from funky to elegant, but always memorable.