Catalina Park Inn Bed & Breakfast
Offering first-rate hospitality and delicious breakfasts to our guests since 1994.
Welcome to Catalina Park Inn! Now in our 21st Season!
Built in 1927 and superbly located in Tucson's West University Historic District near the University of Arizona campus and the new Sunlink Streetcar Line, this jewel-of-a-home retains wonderful original detail.
Since opening as Catalina Park Inn Bed and Breakfast in 1994, innkeepers Paul Richard and Mark Hall have been offering their guests friendly hospitality and comfortable accommodations in a relaxed environment. We begin our 21st season this fall.
Five guest rooms are smartly appointed sanctuaries of privacy that combine time-tested standards with modern conveniences. Three rooms are located in the main house and two rooms are located in a detached building within the walled courtyard and desert garden. There is plenty of convenient parking.
Each guest room is unique in decoration but all offer you a private bathroom, fabulously comfortable bed with great linens, high quality pillows and sumptuous robes. All rooms also offer TV/DVD, Wi-Fi, AM/FM/CD stereo with iPod dock and an array of bath amenities.
Morning at the inn begins with a glorious breakfast in the dining room. Plenty of assertively brewed European-roast coffee often sparks lively conversation and accompanies Paul’s Famous Banana Bread and house specialties such as Croissant French Toast with Very Berry Sauce or Southwestern Breakfast Burrito. Whatever the day's menu, you will feel sufficiently fueled to tackle a canyon hike, sight seeing or shopping spree. When you return to the inn from your day, fix yourself a cup of tea and have a couple of Mark’s homemade cookies.
The inn is equipped for high-speed wireless internet access. Use your laptop or smartphone and work anywhere on the property. There is also a computer and printer in the living room for checking email, printing boarding passes and surfing the web should you decide to leave your equipment at home.
All rooms have DVD players and we invite you to borrow a film from our growing DVD collection or bring your own. (Fun Fact: our home played the part of the sorrority house in the college classic The Revenge of the Nerds!)
On the main floor is the Butler’s Pantry where you will find wine glasses, openers, ice, a fridge, a microwave, and a coffee maker set for very early risers.
Wonderful desert gardens surround the inn and there are interesting spaces where you may follow the sun or seek out a bit of shade. Over the years we have amassed quite a variety of cactus and succulents. Many birds stop by the fountain in the West Garden for a quick drink and bath.
Catalina Park Inn Bed and Breakfast offers guests a terrific central location on a quiet residential street in Tucson's West University Historic District. Just two blocks away is a stop on Tucson's 4.2 mile new Sunlink Streetcar Line (opening Summer 2014.)
Within a short distance you will find:
The University of Arizona
The eclectic shops and cafés of the Fourth Avenue
Many of the new student housing centers including:
The District, The Cadence, One Fifth, The Hub, Level and more...
The University Boulevard and Congress Street Entertainment and Dining Districts
The Tucson Convention Center-one mile away.
We are close enough to the major boulevards and highways to make travel convenient to attractions you may want to visit:
The Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum
Kartchner Caverns, Saguaro National Park
Mission San Xavier del Bac
The Center for Creative Photography
The Pima Air Musuem, and many others.
Whether you are traveling to Tucson for business or pleasure you will find
Catalina Park Inn Bed and Breakfast offers you a high degree of comfort, privacy, and friendly service.
Need extended stay accommodations? Consider renting Casa Amapola, our three bedroom vacation rental located in the foothills of the Tucson Mountains about eight miles northwest of the Inn.
Catalina Park Inn Bed & Breakfast is a member of the following associations:
The Professional Association of Innkeepers International (PAII), The Arizona Association of Bed & Breakfast Inns (AABBI) and A List of Southern Arizona Bed and Breakfasts.