The Historic Hotel Congress: Where Summer Spends the Winter...
For an eclectic mix of history, music and comfort in Tucson, the Hotel Congress delivers. This boutique hotel is one part historic landmark and one part rock 'n' roll venue. The legendary Club Congress is connected to the hotel, offering up entertainment every night - the perfect place to stay for your next favorite concert! The hotel's history is highlighted by the 1934 capture of John Dillinger as the result of a fire in the elevator. Ghosts have also been known to wander the halls, so keep an eye out! Antique radios, iron beds and vintage decor deck the halls of the inn, yet modern comforts like a plasma TV can be found in the guest lounge. Grab a bite at the Cup Cafe onsite!
- Restaurant Onsite
- Pets Allowed
- Property Size 40 units
- Conference Facility
- Kids Allowed
- Nearby City Tucson
- Nearby Water N/A
- Open Dates All Year
The Hotel Congress was added to the National Historic Register in 2003, and its history is as rich as the community surrounding it! It may be most famous as the hideout of the Dillinger Gang, and the place of their capture in 1934 during a fire in the building. And keep your eyes peeled for ghosts!
Hotel Congress does offer pet-friendly accommodations for those who prefer to travel with their four-legged companion. For more information regarding rates and restrictions, please contact the hotel.
- Arts and Crafts
- Rock Climbing
- Horseback Riding
- Live Entertainment
- Bird Watching
- Wildlife & Nature
- Banquet Room(s)
- Fitness Programs
Plan your next group event at Hotel Congress.
Anything you can dream up, the Hotel Congress can help make a reality! From weddings to corporate retreats, the hotel is full of character to make it memorable. Inquire now!
For more information please call +1 (800) 722 - 8848 or Send Inquiry.
- Tucson International Airport (TUS) / 7.5 miles
- Marana Regional Airport (AVW) / 19.6 miles
- Picacho Stagefield Heliport (PCA) / 42.3 miles
* Not all airports listed here may be open to public use, or service commercial flights