It’s tranquil, yet mesmerizing. Private, yet wide open. A distinctive Tucson hotel where historic charm and modern luxury unite. Welcome to Westward Look Resort…Tucson’s first and finest resort. Built in the early 1900s, our 80-acre, certified green resort is flawlessly set at the base of the striking Santa Catalina Mountains. A favorite Tucson hotel and vacation destination, Westward Look offers visitors of all ages the joy of getting close to nature with on-site hiking, biking and horseback riding trails. Views of the mountains and city below abound, creating a true sense of serenity. Breathtaking views also accompany every meal at the resort’s two award-winning restaurants, GOLD and Lookout Bar & Grille. GOLD offers a blend of fresh and innovative contemporary American cuisine with a touch of desert-inspired flavor, while Lookout Bar & Grille is a more casual dining option. The tranquility of the desert extends to Westward Look’s soothing Sonoran Spa. One of Tucson’s top spas, this pampering environment offers unique desert-inspired treatments that relax and replenish. Whether you’re looking for a distinctive Tucson hotel for a fun-filled vacation, or an impressive and inspiring meeting venue in one of our 16 meeting rooms and over 20,000 square feet of meeting space, Westward Look Resort awaits. Escape to your dream vacation in desert paradise. Escape to Westward Look Resort.
Hotel Address:Location Summary
- Westward Look Resort
- 245 East Ina Road
- Tucson , AZ 85704
- United States
The City of Tucson is located in Southeast Arizona. The city grew along the Santa Cruz and Rillito rivers, where native peoples grew corn beans and squash since pre-historic times. This desert valley is surrounded by mountains known as "Sky Islands." To the north, the 9,000-foot Santa Catalina Mountains feature the southernmost ski area in the United States. To the east are the Rincon Mountains, rising to the 8,644-foot summit of Mica Mountain. The highest are the Santa Rita Mountains south of the city, with Mount Wrightson reaching 9,453 feet. The lowest are the volcanic Tucson Mountains to the west; the summit is 4,687-foot Wasson Peak. This region includes all but two of the North American life zones - missing only the vegetations that grow at sea level and in the alpine region. Originally part of Mexico, the area that became Arizona and New Mexico was sold to the United States with the Gadsden Purchase of 1853. Tucson later was the territorial capital. Arizona became a state in 1912.
Home to an amazing variety of birds, plants, and wildlife, this lush 80-acre oasis is ideal for nature lovers.
Banquets & Meetings
16 meeting rooms and over 20,000 square feet of meeting space.
Fine Dining on Site
Resort’s two award-winning restaurants, GOLD and Lookout Bar & Grille.
Sonoran Spa. One of Tucson’s top spas, this pampering environment offers unique desert-inspired treatments that relax and replenish.
- - Banquets & Meetings
- - Business Center
- - Disabled Access
- - Fine Dining on Site
- - Fine Dining Nearby
- - Fitness Center
- - Pets Allowed
- - Pool, Outdoor
- - Spa Facility
- - Biking, Mountain
- - Hiking
- - Horseback Riding
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