Find more about Hotel Congress here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hotel_Congress
Unique Southwestern charm, urban and vintage. The Hotel Congress, built in 1919, is the cultural landmark that anchors Downtown Tucson. Though classically renovated and updated, every nook and cranny of the hotel reveals a window to years past, from the Tap Room Bar to the colorful murals that line the walls – there is a story in every detail.
We pride ourselves on the many unique features we offer that you’d be hard-pressed to find anywhere else. Some cynical city slickers might notice the absence of a television in any of our 39 rooms and feel slighted. But itʼs intentional. We strive to maintain the hotelʼs original ambiance from the iron bed frame to the vintage radio, the rumble of the nearby train, to the 1930s-style rotary phone that connects to a real switchboard still in use at the front desk. And, unlike most historic hotels, all rooms have private bathrooms and air-conditioning.