About The Ritz-Carlton, Dove Mountain
Set in the high Sonoran Desert in the scenic town of Marana, the Ritz-Carlton Dove Mountain is a true Tucson Arizona luxury hotel/resort, offering a destination spa, world-class hiking and Jack Nicklaus signature golf.
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Guest Room Features & Amenities
â€¢ 209 prestigious guest rooms make The Ritz-Carlton, Dove Mountain a true luxury hotel in Tucson, Arizona
â€¢ 44 individual and casita suites (900 to 1,300 square feet), including The Ritz-Carlton Suite (2,100 square feet)
â€¢ Multiple bedroom casita options (1,700 to 2,600 square feet) that take on the appearance of a village within the resort, tucked away in the Wild Burro Canyon
In this refined desert oasis, guest facilities reflect the local landscape and culture, featuring natural elements of dark Mesquite woods, richly-hued fabrics, light stones and a taste of Southwestern flair. Featuring the understated ambiance of comfortable luxury, Tucson, Arizona, hotel rooms are beautifully appointed with a mix of modern comforts and authentic, hand-crafted architectural and design details. All rooms offer inspiring views of nearby mountain ranges, the Tortolita Foothills and Wild Burro Canyon.
â€¢ High-Speed Wireless Internet Access (wired access also available)
â€¢ 42â€ LCD color television
â€¢ Coffee and tea making center
â€¢ iPod Docking Station/Clock radio
â€¢ King bed or two queen beds
â€¢ Voicemail with customizable greeting
â€¢ Multiple telephones, including one cordless, with private voice mail
â€¢ LodgeNet Entertainment
â€¢ Fully automated mini-bar
â€¢ 24-hour concierge service
â€¢ 24-hour in-room dining
â€¢ Daily housekeeping attention and turndown service
â€¢ Same day laundry and dry cleaning services
â€¢ Complimentary overnight shoeshine
â€¢ Feather beds with down duvets
â€¢ 400-thread count linens by Frette in all of our luxury hotel rooms
â€¢ 100% goose down and non-allergenic foam pillows
â€¢ Spacious Closets with safe
â€¢ Two Ritz-Carlton signature terry bathrobes
â€¢ Separate shower and marble bathtub
â€¢ Lighted make-up mirror and hair dryer
â€¢ Premium bath essentials
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Detailed Business Description
For travelers in the mood for a little mountaintop luxury, we offer the Ritz-Carlton Dove Mountain. Set in the high Sonoran Desert in the scenic town of Marana, the Ritz-Carlton Dove Mountain is a true Tucson Arizona area luxury hotel/resort, offering a destination spa, world-class hiking and Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf.
The hotel offers 209 guestrooms and forty-four individual and Casitas suites which range from 900 to 1300 square feet, and the Ritz-Carlton Suite which stands at 2100 square feet. There are also multiple bedroom concede options which range between 1720 600 square feet. These take on the appearance of a village within the resort, hidden away in the Wild Burro Canyon.
The guestrooms are desert oasis are decorated in the style reflecting the local landscape and culture, with elements including dark Mesquite woods, light stones, fabrics of rich hue and the general Southwestern flair. The appointments in the rooms are in keeping with what you'd expect from the Ritz-Carlton, with a mix of modern comforts and handcrafted architecture for which we are known. All rooms provide inspiring views of the nearby mountain ranges, the foothills, and Wild Burro Canyon. Come enjoy the mountain ambience and superlative service of the Ritz-Carlton Dove Mountain.
The Ritz-Carlton, Dove Mountain ReviewsLEAVE REVIEW FOR BUSINESS
The staff is 5 stars all day everyday. Always friendly and willing to go the extra mile. My disappointment was small deficiencies with room quality. Slightly dated decor and two functional issues stood out in my room. The failing light switch in the bathroom that required a heavy hand to make function, and the sticking valve in the shower that gave you a very hot or very cold bathing experience. If this was a cheaper chain I'd write it off. As a premium brand and premium price point I expected better.
I hate putting a ONE star on any business but I am so upset at the Ritz. My wife and I attended their Christmas dinner two years ago where I proposed to her. It was one of the greatest experiences! The staff was so amazing, the dinner was perfect. We decided to experience this again this year. A couple days after Thanksgiving I called and reserved a room and asked about the dinner. The dinner reservations were not ready so they called me back a week or so later and we tried to work out seats to where we sat two years ago. I was so excited! Unfortunately, our plans had to change and I called a couple of weeks ago and cancelled the room, but kept the dinner plans. Last week we received a call from the staff saying we could not attend the dinner unless we had a room... we had reservations for a month! I asked to speak to a supervisor and was told the same. My wife and I are so upset over this. We had planned this weeks in advance and now have to race to find another place to eat... and also give up the fact that this is where I proposed to my wife on Christmas day two years ago when we also DID NOT HAVE A ROOM. Whoever made this policy made is real easy for me to never go back.
Just incredible. The staff is completely on point. The service is fantastic and the facility is super well thought out. The pool is large, warm and inviting. The mountain bikes, the golf course, and the local hikes were a huge bonus to have around. Our room was very well appointed and the cleaning staff was so thoughtful. Probably the best stay I've had anywhere. First class in every way.
This is a really nice hotel. Well staffed with cleaning and restaurant personnel. Upon arrival, you will notice the valet company has complete control of your vehicle and bags. To circumvent them is very difficult, as they won't let you park near the front door and the only parking lot for you is unlit and a 10 minute walk. The valet company controls all nearby parking spaces. All baggage carts are maintained by busboy staff. We are not golfers, but it must be a golfers dream.
The restaurants are expectedly a little pricey but very good. We had sushi two nights of our 3 night stay. Another helping of the free cornbread during dinner is $5. You find out upon getting your bill. You get the picture. They also allow dogs in the dining area-I'm a fan of dogs but not a fan of that policy.
We had a first floor room facing the mountain. It was beautiful. We had a fire pit that was fun. The rooms are comfortable . Huge bathroom but a little funky design. Very hard pillows, but that's just me. Our room coffee was Nespresso, not really our fav, and I think our machine was broken which made brewing a cup very difficult. They had coffee for sale on sight from $5-$10.
The pool is surprisingly warm for December and well thought out. At night, near the hotel lobby, they had a band playing which was a wonderful addition, but not a band you could dance to, which is kind of Marriott style. They had heavily advertised s'mores, but when we went to participate we then found out they were an additional $28 and we declined; however, the s'mores chef could not have been sweeter. They also have extensive trails (We did the intense upper Javelina) which are very well thought out and scenic, but their printed trail map brochure is of little help. Come prepared for self discovery. All in all about a 4.6 stars, but rounding it up to a 5.