Hotel Congress

311 E Congress St TucsonAZ85701
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Located in Tucson, The Historic Hotel Congress is minutes from Rialto Theatre and Science Downtown. This hotel is within close proximity of Pioneer Memorial and Children's Museum Tucson. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 40 air-conditioned guestrooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Bathrooms have bathtubs or showers and complimentary...
by kayak on September 19, 2017 from kayak

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Hotel Congress's Cup Cafe is an awesome spot for breakfast that's chill on weekdays, though weekends have a see-and-be-seen vibe. Try the baked eggs with leeks, ham, and Gruyère or vanilla battered challah French toast.
by Citysearch on June 24, 2013 from Citysearch

Editorial Reviews

This hotel, built in 1919, has been artfully restored to its original Western version of art deco; it's now the center of Tucson's hippest scene and a great place for younger and adventurous travelers to stay. The gangster John Dillinger was almost caught here in 1934—apparently his luggage, filled with guns and ammo, was suspiciously heavy. Each room has a black-and-white tile bath and the...
by fodors on January 30, 2014 from fodors
Hotel Congress's Cup Cafe is an awesome:
Hotel Congress's Cup Cafe is an awesome spot for breakfast that's chill on weekdays, though weekends have a see-and-be-seen vibe. Try the baked eggs with leeks, ham, and Gruyère or vanilla battered challah French toast.
by Allison Jones on March 12, 2013 from Citysearch
Located in the heart of downtown Tucson, the Hotel Congress, built in 1919 to serve railroad passengers, once hosted John Dillinger. Today, it operates as a budget hotel and youth hostel and attracts young globe-trotters. Although the place is utterly basic, the lobby has loads of Southwestern elegance. Guest rooms remain true to their historical character, with antique telephones and old...
by frommers on December 20, 2012 from frommers
Vintage bohemian style at a landmark, railroad stop hotel.:
This is urban tourism, Tucson-style, at its most bohemian and funky, a classic experience located just across the street from the Southern Pacific railroad tracks and at the center of the downtown nightlife district. The hotel was built in 1919 and was the temporary residence for the notorious Dillinger gang, until it caught fire and the firemen uncovered luggage containing $20,000 in...
by gayot on August 28, 2011 from gayot

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The Hotel Congress is a downtown Tucson landmark at the center of culture and entertainment. Featuring 40 hotel rooms, a restaurant, event venue and club.
by localcom on April 12, 2017 from localcom