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Meetings & Conventions

Meeting in Tucson is an experience that goes far beyond the ballroom.

Why Meet in Tucson?

It's a simple question with a long answer. You've got a ton of people, or maybe a tad fewer, to bring together. You need a place where it's easy to get them in and out. A place with first-rate, well-maintained properties with plenty of space for your events.

Great food is a must, some cool attractions would help, and if the weather is good, that's icing on the cake.

Welcome to Tucson. We hope you like a lot of icing with your cake.

Tucson International Airport has nearly 60 flights a day arriving from 18 major U.S. airports and is just a one-stop connection away from more than 325 destinations around the world. For guests traveling by car or coach, Interstate-10 passes right through the heart of town.

And now, Tucson has a daily, non-stop flight to and from New York's JFK airport:


We have top-rated destination resorts and full-service meeting properties and a wide range of other event venues to choose from (including new and renovated properties).

Great food? Check. Cool attractions? Check. And the weather? Check, Check and Check. 

Come see why Visit Tucson is among Cvent's Top 50 U.S. Meetings Destinations, was again a recipient of the prestigious Successful Meetings Pinnacle Award (our 2015 win was our 20th) and was presented the Meetings & Conventions Gold Service Award in 2015, marking our 25th consecutive win (we're also in M&C's Hall of Fame).

If you want to have an ordinary meeting, go to an ordinary destination.

Tucson is a city unlike any other for those looking to have a meeting no attendee will soon forget.


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