Omni Tucson National Resort

The Omni Tucson National Resort is located in the foothills of the Santa Catalina Mountains, offering beautiful mountain views alongside its highly acclaimed golf courses.

Known mostly for its 36-hole championship golf course and golf club, Omni Tucson National Resort has hosted prestigious PGA Tour events. In addition to highly acclaimed golf, the resort offers dining at several restaurants on property, a full-service spa, tennis courts, an infinity-edge pool, private function space, and outdoor gardens.

Dining

Omni Tucson National Resort has 4 dining options on the property. For breakfast, guests can dine at The Morning Table, which is located inside Bob’s Steak & Chop House. A casual lunch and dinner can be had at Legends Bar & Grill, a perfect place to stop after a round of golf. Enjoy a beer or cocktail and play shuffleboard or billiards, or enjoy the views of the golf course from the patio. The Sweetwater Cabana Bar​ offers bites and drinks to enjoy poolside. Bob’s Steak & Chop House offers simple elegance and a lively atmosphere for a more upscale dinner.

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Salmon Enchiladas at Legends

Relaxation

If relaxation is what you’re craving, the pool is a lovely spot to relax with plenty of lounge chairs and several cabanas, with views of the mountains and palm trees. Cabana rentals and pool day passes are available on ResortPass.com, allowing locals who are not staying at the resort to enjoy the pool as well. Once you’re done soaking up some vitamin D, pamper yourself with luxurious spa treatments at the full-service spa. Services offered include massages, facials, body treatments, manicures, pedicures, hair services, and waxing.

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Activities

Golf is obviously the number one activity at Omni Tucson National Resort. Who wouldn’t want to play on this beautiful championship golf course?! You can also hit some balls at the driving range, with the Catalina Mountains as a backdrop. The resort also has a tennis court and of course the pool. There are several hiking trails not too far from the resort as well. We highly recommend checking out Sabino Canyon and Pima Canyon.

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Omni Tucson National Resort is also dog-friendly! Pets must be under 50 lbs. and there is a one-time $150 non-refundable cleaning fee will be added to your bill.

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Through the summer, enjoy 10% off luxurious accommodations during a one-night stay, 15% off a two-night stay, or 20% off a three-night stay or longer.

For more information about Omni Tucson National Resort and to book a reservation, visit omnihotels.com.

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