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Corona Ranch Tucson Guest Accommodations is an old guest ranch with seven guest rooms. All rooms have private entrances and baths, refrigerators, coffee makers, air conditioning and heating, and an outside patio area overlooking the courtyard, fountain and wedding arbor.

A complimentary guest phone for local calls is available and is located betweens rooms 3 and 4. Complimentary coffee is provided.

The staff also helps to plan a sightseeing itinerary or an on-site function in the spacious banquet facility that seats up to 250 persons indoors or 400 indoors and outdoors.

Location: 7595 E. Snyder Road, Tucson Arizona 85750 Telephone 520-529-1457 Toll Free: 877-529-1457

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