We have a very comfortable vacation condo unit in mid-town Tucson available for rent. Photos are below.
The unit is a second floor 2 bedroom (1 queen, 1 double bed), 2 bath condo with a futon sofa in the Great Room. Roomy at 1395 sf. Lovingly appointed with Danish teak furniture and a Japanese motif. It is fully furnished. All utilities included (within reason).
Located across the street from the Randolph Municipal Golf Course, Recreation Center and Reid Park. Great for walking in a quiet small condo community just east of the Doubletree Hotel, called Eden Roc Gardens, it’s 3 miles from the University and not much further from downtown. Good public transit, restaurants and basic shopping and movie theater within walking distance. It is a no smoking condo. Well behaved kids okay. No pets, sorry.
The complex is nicely landscaped, has a pool and free laundry. Wireless and wired internet provided.
Winter Rates (Oct-Apr)
One week rental $1,000
Two week rental $900 per week
Three week rental $800 per week
Four week rental $700 per week
Discounted Summer Rates (May-Sep)
One week rental $750
Two week rental $660 per week
Three week rental $550 per week
Four week rental $ 450 per week
Security deposit $300 fully refundable or held by credit card
Cleaning fee $200 non-refundable.
Deposit of $500 is required to hold a reservation. 50% down will be required 4 weeks in advance. Balance due two weeks before date of arrival. Cancellation refund 100% 30 days in advance less the $500 deposit, 50% 2 weeks in advance unless otherwise arranged. Other arrangements can be made for rentals over 4 weeks.
Rates quote are in US$
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This development dates back to the 1960’s and was pretty advanced for its day. It got written up in magazines for various architectural features. Here is the Eden Roc Gardens original brochure in case you are interested. It did turn out a bit differently, particularly as the two multi-story buildings are just one – the Doubletree Hotel.
The architect for Eden Roc was William H. Cook. Here’s a bio for him.