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Starr Pass Golf Suites Resort

 Rates:        $2198 - $2860
 Address:       Starr Pass Golf Suites Resort
   3645 W. Starr Pass Boulevard
   85745, US
  Phone:       (520) 761 1412
 Categories:       Condo Rental  
 Owner:      Mark
 E-mail:      Send Inquiry
 Suites:      10
 Web site:


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  Geographical Settings 
 City Center  Mountain  Nature Preserves
We specialize in lodging for Tucson gem, mineral, bead, and fossil show vendors and exhibitors. We understand your needs, and have reserved ample time, so you will be able to arrive early, have time to set up your tables and booths, and attend your entire show. Stay with us, and you will enjoy a comfortable, affordable, and convenient resort.

Starr Pass offers studio, one bedroom, and two bedroom condos. These are arranged as "lock-off" units,
which means the studio and 1 bedroom are side-by-side, have a lockable door, and can either be used
together or as separate condos.

We offer the following lodging options in 2012:

Studio Condo, January 26 to February 13 (18 nights), $2198
One Bedroom Condo, January 26 to February 13 (18 nights) $2860

We have several condos in each size, if you need more than one.

These prices include sales or lodging taxes, and there are no deposits or booking fees.

If you need a 2BR unit, please rent a studio and a 1BR unit together (there is a lockable connecting door between the studio and 1BR).
  Transportation Centers 
 Near Airport
 On-line reservation available  Major Credit Cards accepted  Flexible Cancellation
 Non-Smoking  No Pets on Site  Handicap Access
For comparison, the resort charges $3272 for the studio and $4085 for the 1BR week (source: "Best Available Rate" from Starr Pass Golf Suite Resort online reservations, as of 2/27/11). As you can see, our prices are pretty good!

We have made renting a week fast, easy, and most importantly, safe! You won't be reading the numbers off your credit card to some stranger on the phone (who knows where those might end up?).

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Resort Overview

Tucked away in the spectacular desert beauty of Arizona, in the foothills near Tucson, Starr Pass Golf Suites is a Southwest vacation jewel. The endlessly changing vistas of natural beauty surrounding this inviting resort provide the stunning backdrop for a perfect mix of comfort and casual elegance.

At the heart of the resort community is the celebrated Starr Pass Golf Course. Its desert style layout and dramatic terrain challenges golfers of all skill levels. The J.W. Starr Pass Resort and spa added nine additional holes, making it a 27-hole Arnold Palmer Signature Golf Facility.

But Starr Pass Golf Suites isn't just for golfers. It's also perfect for a family getaway, hiking, biking, or those seeking to enjoy the culture and adventure of the old southwest. A peaceful location along the wildlife corridor adjacent to the 20,000 acre Tucson Mountain Park makes it ideal for those desiring a relaxing escape with a touch of outdoor adventure. Starr Pass is also located only minutes away from the Arizona Sonoran Desert Museum. Low light restrictions also make star gazing a particularly rewarding pursuit due to the close proximity of Kitt Peak Observatory.

The spacious, air-conditioned, southwestern-themed suites boast fireplaces, patios with three floor plans, from cozy studios to airy two-bedrooms with fireplaces. They also offer furnished private balconies for year-round enjoyment. They include fine appointments like open beam ceilings and Mexican tile floors and are furnished in charming Southwest contemporary style. Each offers a view of the dramatic desert beauty surrounding Tucson. Entertainment amenities include cable television with a DVD/VCR player, as well as free internet access.
  Room Amenities 
 Private Bath  Fully Furniture  Fireplace
 Private Porch/Entrance  Room Secured  Air Conditioning
 Hairdryer  Iron/Ironing Boards  In-room Phone
 Kitchen Utilities  Refrigerator  Microwave
 Coffee Maker  In-room TV  Cable/Satellite TV
 Radio  CD/Entertainment Center  King-Size bed
 2 Double beds
Studios offer 405 square feet of efficient space with two double beds and one bath. They also have a kitchenette that includes a small refrigerator, coffee maker and microwave oven, with dishes and cutlery for preparing snacks and light meals. There is no sink in the kitchenette area, but housekeeping will exchange dirty dishes upon request. You can also relax in a small sitting area, graced with a southwestern style armoire.

One Bedroom Condos have 895 square feet of living space and include a full size living room with a queen sofa sleeper and dining room. The fully equipped kitchen includes a refrigerator, dishwasher, stove, oven, microwave and coffee maker. The master bedroom includes a king-size bed, and private bath with tub and separate shower. There’s also a washer & dryer for your convenience. For your entertainment you’ll find two TV’s with cable service, CD Player, DVD player/VCR and a wood burning fireplace.

Two Bedroom Condos combine the studio and 1 bedroom condos. They offer a generous 1300 square feet of Southwest comfort, with two full bedrooms and two bathrooms. Bedrooms have a king-size bed and two double beds. Bathrooms have either a shower/tub combination or separate shower and tub. For those special gatherings that include a special meal there’s a full kitchen, and dining room with all cooking and eating utensils. The fully equipped kitchen includes a refrigerator, dishwasher, stove, oven, microwave and coffee maker. There’s also a washer & dryer for your convenience. The living room has a queen sofa sleeper. You’ll also find 3 TV’s with cable service, CD Player, as well as a DVD player/VCR.

1 BR & 2 BR Only:

•Fully equipped kitchen includes a refrigerator, dishwasher, stove, oven, microwave and coffee maker.
•The master bedroom includes a king-size bed, and private bath with tub and separate shower.
•Sofa beds
•Washer & dryer
•CD player
•DVD player/VCR
•Wood burning fireplace
  Business Amenities  

 Conference Room  In-room Internet Connection  Fax on Site
 Fast Internet  Wireless Connection Access  In-room Desk
 Transportation Service
Closest Business centers
Room Features & Amenities:

•Air conditioning & heating
•Furnished private balcony or patio
•Dining area
•Living room
•Cable TV
•Full bath with shower and tub
•Hair dryer
•Complimentary toiletries
•Tempur-pedic premium bedding
•Hypo-allergenic bedding available upon request
•Alarm clock radio
•Iron & ironing board
•Video rentals
•Internet access (free)
•Pack n' Play playpen available upon request

Resort Features and Amenities:

•Olympic size heated outdoor swimming pool
•Interent access
•Hot tub
•Fitness Center
•2 hard surface tennis courts
•27 hole Arnold Palmer signature golf course and pro shop
•Mountain bike rentals available
•Basketball court
•Onsite Dining at The Catalina Sports Bar & Grill
•Guided hikes & walking trails
•Free parking
•Movie rentals (fee)
•Private meeting space available
•Pack n' Play playpens available upon request
•Safety deposit boxes available at front desk
•Free shuttle from resort to JW Marriott Starr Pass Resort and Spa
Closest Universities/Colleges
Area Attractions

The Tucson Gem and Mineral Show (TGMS), along with 40 other shows, are the highlighted event for the condo weeks we offer. Most shows run for 2 weeks and are scheduled for January 28 to February 12, 2012. You can get all the up-to-date information on all the jewelry, rock, crystal, gem, and mineral shows around Tucson at this website:

In 1880, Richard Starr ran a stagecoach trail through Starr Pass in the rugged Tucson Mountains, giving visitors an opportunity to experience the wilds of western Tucson. That historic pass is now the fifteenth hole of the Starr Pass Arnold Palmer Signature Golf Course. Now you can experience the wonder of golf in the Sonoran desert while you enjoy the comfort and hospitality of Starr Pass Golf Suites.

The city lights of Tucson are minutes away, providing easy access to shopping, fine dining and entertainment. Day trips to Mexico and the historic towns of Tombstone and Bisbee provide a taste of the Old West for true adventure seekers. Tubac's artist community is located 45 minutes south of the resort for fine arts shopping. Wherever you go or whatever you do, the relaxing luxury of your suite is waiting when you return.

Starr Pass Golf Suites also offers weekly activities. Every Tuesday, Friday, and Saturday mornings, be entertained by the Activity Director with a signature Nature Walk and Art Under the Umbrella. At 7am the Activity Director will take guests on a Nature Walk through the resort and neighboring trails, while pointing out Tucson’s flora and fauna. At 9:30 am, Art Under the Umbrella begins with painting, decorating and creatinga wide range of arts and crafts with a southwest flair. These crafts include creating wind chimes, necklaces, walking sticks, flagstone art, and many more made from materials found in the Sonoran Desert.

Quick Area Guide

Destination distance:

Old Tucson Studios: 20 minutes
San Xavier Mission: 25 minutes
Green Valley: 45 minutes
Tubac: 60 minutes
Patagonia: 1 hour
Nogales, Mexico: 1.5 hours
Mount Lemon: 1.5 hours
Tombstone: 1.5 hours

Attractions & Museums

Nearby you’ll find the Arizona Sonoran Desert Museum, a renowned zoo, natural history museum and botanic garden. The museum has enchanted millions of visitors with its exhibits of live animals in astonishingly natural settings, and has gained a worldwide repute in the scientific community as an institution committed to researching and protecting the land, plants, and the animals of the Sonoran Desert region. 520.883.2702
Go horseback riding at Cocoraque Ranch. Ride through cool, lush mountain trails, trickling creeks, exciting panoramic views. 520.682.8594

One of the most beautifully preserved Spanish Missions in the Southwest, Mission San Xavier del Bac, is only a short 7 mile drive away. This mission is one of the most popular attractions in Tucson with Native American artisans and a café onsite, this is a must see destination during your visit.
  Inn Amenities 
 Limited Handicap Access (inquire)  Distinctive Décor  Suites Available
 Guest Accessible Fully Equipped Kitchen  Laundry  24/7 Site Security
 Scenic View  Patio Available  Fitness Room/Health Club
 Out-door Swimming Pool  Exclusive Oils, Soaps and Body supplies  Health Spa
 Sauna  Whirlpool/Jacuzzi  Game Room
 Wake up service  Open 24 hours  Central heating
 Clothes drying  Games room  Quiet location
Experience a stunning limestone cave in Southeastern Arizona that boasts world-class features. Kartchner Caverns State Park, discovered in 1974, is host to a wide variety of unique minerals and formations. Water percolates from the surface and calcite formations continue to grow, including stalactites dripping down like icicles and giant stalagmites reaching up from the ground. Tour guides will unveil this fascinating underground landscape during a memorable 1½ hour tour.

Saguaro National Park is home to one of the largest Saguaro forests in the world. Not only will you get a chance to see these giants whose silhouettes characterize the desert landscape, but abundant Sonoran wildlife will also add to your experience.

Sabino Canyon is the highlight of any Tucson experience. Hiking this large chasm in the Santa Catalina Mountains will lead you to Seven Falls, a magnificent oasis at the end of a six mile hike. Shuttle and Tram rides are also available by reservation. 520.749.8700

Kitt Peak is home to the world's largest collection of optical telescopes, and is located high above the Sonoran Desert under some of the finest night skies. Kitt Peak, on the Tohono O’odham Reservation, is home to twenty-four optical and two radio telescopes representing eight astronomical research

  Meals Type 
Tombstone, made famous for the 1881 shootout at the O.K. Corral, is a short 1 hour drive. You can enjoy shopping, shootout reenactments and horse drawn carriage tours of this colorful old west town.

Discover the beautiful Southern Arizona desert with ATV Desert Tours. 520.682.3669

Not far from the resort is the University of Arizona campus - home of the Wildcats! Whether you're visiting the campus for an orientation tour or an alumni watching Wildcats basketball, Starr Pass Golf Suites is a short drive away.


Take on an affordable adventure and go geocaching! Experience the various trails along in Tucson and discover a treasure or two along the way. Many geocaching adventures await on
Starr Pass Golf Suite’s onsite activities coordinator is happy to assist you in finding the perfect Tucson activities for your visit. Contact us at 520.670.0500



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Contact Information

If you have any questions or need any help regarding anything on our website, please do not hesitate to contact us. Our email address is, and our telephone number is (520) 761-1412.
  Area Activities 
 Hiking Trails  Bike Trails  Walking Trails
 Spectacular Views  Gardens/arboretum  Parks
 Stargazing  Bird watching  Picnic Areas
 Wineries  Sight-Seeing/Cultural Activities  Museums
 Theaters  Concerts  Symphonic Orchestra
 Art Galleries  Exhibitions  Colleges/Universities
 Architectural landmarks  Historical site/district  Historical village/park
 Children Attractions  Movie Cinema  Native American/Indian Community
 Seasonal Fairs  Festivals  Crafts
 Zoo/Safari  Out of Town  Bars/Night Clubs
 Restaurants  Espresso bars  Shopping District
 Specialty Boutiques  Antique Shops  Casino Gambling
 Water Sports  Swimming  Tennis
 Golf  Horse riding  Biking
 Mountain biking  Motorcycling  Mountain climbing

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