EV Charging Hotels in Tucson,


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  • Hampton Inn Tucson Downtown

    2.62 miles
  • Home2 Suites by Hilton Tucson Downtown

    2.63 miles
  • DoubleTree by Hilton Tucson Downtown Convention Center

    2.82 miles
  • The Eddy Hotel Tucson, Tapestry Collection by Hilton

    4.88 miles
  • Embassy Suites by Hilton Tucson Paloma Village

    6.92 miles
  • Hampton Inn & Suites Tucson-Mall

    7.07 miles
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Discover One of Arizona’s Best Cities from Hotels with EV Charging Stations in Tucson

As one of Arizona’s most noteworthy cities, Tucson is a vibrant metropolis with a buzzing downtown area, a central core that is home to the University of Arizona, and a wealth of outdoor activities waiting to be discovered in all directions. Tour the town from hotels with EV charging stations in Tucson to discover Southwestern cuisine including Mexican-influenced dishes, explore the breathtaking Sonoran Desert, tour fascinating museums, and enjoy attractions like rodeo and racing.

Explore a Historic Spanish Mission Nearby EV Charge Station Hotels in Tucson

Spend a nice afternoon touring the stunning Mission San Xavier del Bac not far from EV charge station hotels in Tucson. Located about 10 miles south of downtown on the Tohono O'odham Nation San Xavier Indian Reservation, this historic Spanish Catholic mission was founded in 1692 along the banks of the Santa Cruz River and named after Francis Xavier, a Christian missionary. The structure that still stands today was the only mission that survived an Apache raid in 1770 and was rebuilt between 1783 and 1797, which makes it the oldest European structure in Arizona. Spend a few hours touring this historic site and learn some fascinating facts from the on-site staff.

See the Striking Saguaros Right Outside Tucson Hotels with EV Charging

Curious about cacti? Make a worthy visit to the Saguaro National Park in Pima County, southeastern Arizona to tour this striking 92,000-acre park. The land encompasses two separate areas: the Tucson Mountain District and the Rincon Mountain District— that preserve Sonoran Desert landscapes, giant saguaro cacti, and other local flora and fauna. Over the past 30 million years, rocks beneath the Tucson Mountains of the Tucson Mountain District were displaced due to crustal stretching. This occurrence then formed the Rincon Mountains of the Rincon Mountain District, giving them their unique domed appearance. The Rincons support high biodiversity comprised of varied plants and animals that are specific to that area and don’t live in the Tucson Mountain District.

Stroll the Botanical Gardens from Hotels with Electric Car Charging Stations

While touring Tucson from hotels with electric car charging stations, head to the Tucson Botanical Gardens for a fantastic day amongst sixteen residentially scaled urban gardens. This 5.5-acre area is full of beautiful themed gardens, including a Zen Garden, a Prehistoric Garden, a Barrio Garden, a Butterfly Garden, a Xeriscape Garden, and a Children’s Garden. Plus, while here, you can check out the Cox Butterfly and Orchid Pavilion for a stunning display of live tropical butterflies from five continents plus other plant life and see the Cactus and Succulent Garden, which boasts hundreds of cacti and arid plants.

Have an unforgettable time in Tucson, and don’t forget to check out our other EV-charging hotels nearby in Tempe, Reno), and Avondale.

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