The Tuxon Hotel was originally built in 1969, located in Tuscon, Arizona. FORS architecture+interiors has managed to turn it into a modern getaway in a desert landscape that is surrounding by magnificent mountain ranges. One could imagine the hotel guests wearing Carol Christian Poell boots, a Boris Bidjan Saberi leather jacket, and driving a Singer Porsche (EV of course). It’s somehow classy in an alternative way, particularly in the deserty-Westworld setting.
The hotel amenities include a boomerang-shaped pool that furnished with mid-century outdoor furniture, a locally-sourced-food-and-beverages market, complimentary bike rental, a fitness center equipped with modern machines, free parking, and other standard features.
The rooms feature artworks from local artists, luxury linens, Hypoallergenic pillows, MALIN+GOETZ toiletries, and the grand view of King Mountain (available in some rooms).
Ready for a desert trip? Book your room on the Design Hotels website!