We’ve found the best Airbnb homes in Tucson, Arizona. Tucson is one of the oldest continuously inhabited areas of North America. The city, in southern Arizona, is home to archeological evidence of Native American settlements dating back to the 1300s, and this rich history can be felt in the Old Pueblo to this very day.
The streets are dotted with traditional southwestern designs, with modern touches cropping up between the adobe homes (and countless saguaro cacti). The desert environment only adds to the beauty. The night sky is crystal clear, and the city, free from the noise of highways, is peaceful amidst mountain surroundings.
The pace of life in Tucson is a welcome break from the bustle of most cities its size. The size luxury homes will help you understand why people have called it home for over 700 years.
A foothills mansion for $585 per night
Casa Loma is located in Tucson’s coveted Catalina Foothills neighborhood. The expansive home can sleep 12 guests, but the real draw can be found outside of its walls, where an outdoor space boasts a pool, spa and incredible views of the city.
The interior of the house exudes Spanish Colonial charm thanks to stone columns, metal railings and a grand fireplace. An open plan living room flows into a well-appointed kitchen, allowing ample opportunity to entertain, while large windows and a spacious outdoor deck mean any party can easily shift from the house into the blissfully warm Tucson night.
A Sonoran retreat with unmatched privacy for $500 per night
Casa Campana is a traditional southwestern home nestled in the mountainous Tortolita area on the outskirts of Tucson. The home itself blends adobe touches with modern elements, bringing the amenities of a luxury villa to a design style with roots dating back centuries. Definitely one of the best Airbnb homes in Tucson, Arizona.
The house, which can host 10, features a well-appointed kitchen, ample living space and a fully-equipped entertainment centre. However, Arizona is a place best experience outside, and Casa Campana is perfect for taking in the natural beauty of the Sonoran desert.
The outdoor space has a resort style pool and a hot springs spa. A day bed, positioned on the patio, lets you relax in the heat of the day or cool of the night, while an outdoor gas fire pit serves as focal point for entertaining. The surrounding desert extends towards the light of downtown Tucson, making for incredible views.
A modern marvel in the mountains for $950 per night
This architectural marvel, located in the Catalina foothills, boasts all manner of contemporary features; including open plan living areas, a gleaming chrome kitchen and clean, metallic lines. Most importantly, its floor to ceiling windows offer panoramic views of Tucson.
There really are few other places like Villa Finesterra. The home is at the very edge of the city, unobstructed by neighboring residences, meaning you’ll feel as if you’re isolated in a world of calm and relaxation.
The home can host eight, but we’re pretty sure most guests will want to spend their time in its outdoor areas, where a pool, expansive patio and barbecue will let anyone unwind in truly otherworldly surroundings.
Enjoy the Saguaros with this pueblo revival for $600 per night
This traditional pueblo revival home is only minutes from downtown Tucson but will make you feel like you’re staying in a rural desert retreat.
The single level structure features a range of traditional design touches, including adobe style walls and fireplace, exposed brickwork and the colorful tiling and mosaic patterns synonymous with southwestern living.
The outdoor spaces appear to flow from the interior, offering a range of sunny and shaded spots—perfect for the shifting temperatures of desert living. If you’re after a traditional Tucson home, complete with saguaro dotted surroundings, this bright, light, unique space is the one for you.
An artfully composed Foothills masterpiece for $426 per night
Take in views of the Catalina mountains from the landscaped patio of this modern home. The outdoor space boasts a brilliantly blue pool, a grill and fire pit, and an array of flowers and plants.
The garden and surrounding foothills are teeming with wildlife, and birders will be able to spy upwards of 40 species flying through the area. Inside, the home is artfully appointed with a mix of modern and traditional furnishings. The colors of Persian rugs blend seamlessly with the hues of southwestern design, while vaulted ceilings and a stone fireplace complement the rugged desert on which the property sits.
Floor to ceiling glass doors open on to a shaded seating area, allowing you to enjoy the cool desert nights.
A contemporary home with mountain views for $450 per night
This home does the desert justice. Located in the Tortolita mountains, it welcomes in the stunning scenery of the landscape through beautiful floor to ceiling windows. The fully appointed kitchen and dining area serves as the home’s centerpiece, wrapping the room in a panoramic window that offers a breathtaking canyon vista.
Outside, an expansive patio-cum-balcony provides a space to relax in the desert air, where you can watch the light shift on the Catalina hills as the suns charts its path across the sky. If things heat up, you can cool off in the infinity pool.
The interior is a contemporary dream; all clean lines and flowing spaces. There’s even a fully stocked gym, in case you want to stay active (when you can’t handle the desert heat). This is one of the best Airbnb homes in Tucson, Arizona!