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Michael


Tucson Vacation Rental Home

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Amenities

Air Conditioning

Clothes Dryer

Hair Dryer

Heating

Internet

Iron & Board

Linens Provided

Parking

Towels Provided

Washing Machine

Coffee Maker

Dishes & Utensils

Microwave

Oven

Pantry Items

Refrigerator

Stove

Toaster

Dining Area

Books

DVD Player

Games

Television

Video Library

Bicycles

Deck / Patio

Outdoor Grill

1 Bicycles

Long-term Renters Welcome

Wheelchair Inaccessible

Hot Tub

Reviews from the Internet 20

Exceptional! 4.9/5

(20 traveler reviews)


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  • Comfortable and Good Value

    5 of 5

    This was our first experience with VRBO. The studio was comfortable and a good value for our 2-night stay in Tucson. We will definitely try VRBO again and would definitely rent this cozy little studio again if we ever find ourselves back in Tucson.

    Submitted: Sep 17, 2018
  • Simply the best deal in Tucson!

    5 of 5

    Very reasonably priced. Convenient to the best part of downtown, Old Tucson (Easily walk into town and do the Turquoise Trail), and the Univ. of Arizona. Clean, simple accommodations in a pleasant neighborhood. If you’re considering ‘small house living’ come try it out and you’ll be surprised at how much living can be found in a small footprint. Great hosts. We’ll be back.

    Submitted: Mar 26, 2018
  • Great little spot

    5 of 5

    Very convenient location, definitely a tight space, but does the trick. Michael was great and we would certainly visit again.

    Submitted: Mar 23, 2018
  • Great little spot

    5 of 5

    Very convenient location, definitely a tight space, but does the trick. Michael was great and we would certainly visit again.

    Submitted: Mar 22, 2018
  • Tiny, but mighty

    5 of 5

    Michael is a delightful host. His place is tiny, but has everything necessary for a short stay. Its only drawback for me was that there was only one eye-level window. The neighborhood is quiet, very close to the University and the Tucson Art Museum, etc.

    Submitted: Mar 13, 2018
  • Tiny, but mighty

    5 of 5

    Michael is a delightful host. His place is tiny, but has everything necessary for a short stay. Its only drawback for me was that there was only one eye-level window. The neighborhood is quiet, very close to the University and the Tucson Art Museum, etc.

    Submitted: Mar 12, 2018
  • charming, convenient location, great rate

    5 of 5

    Central location helped my husband and I familiarize ourselves with Tucson. Small, yes, but my 6 ' 5 " husband and I managed. Michael gave us some good food and sightseeing advice and we were able to easily park street-side in this quiet historic neighborhood, yet quickly access major roads to visit UA or explore out of town. We appreciated resting up in a comfortable bed after several busy days. Would stay here again when next we visit Tucson.

    Submitted: Mar 10, 2018
  • charming, convenient location, great rate

    5 of 5

    Central location helped my husband and I familiarize ourselves with Tucson. Small, yes, but my 6 ' 5 " husband and I managed. Michael gave us some good food and sightseeing advice and we were able to easily park street-side in this quiet historic neighborhood, yet quickly access major roads to visit UA or explore out of town. We appreciated resting up in a comfortable bed after several busy days. Would stay here again when next we visit Tucson.

    Submitted: Mar 09, 2018
  • Return Stay Was Great

    5 of 5

    Love the location and the hospitality of the host!

    Submitted: Oct 30, 2017
  • Return Stay Was Great

    5 of 5

    Love the location and the hospitality of the host!

    Submitted: Oct 29, 2017
  • Nice little place.

    5 of 5

    We just wanted a place to sleep and this one fit the bill. Although very small it was perfect for my husband and me for two nights. My husband especially liked the comfy bed. The landlord was working on the shower and as a result we were delayed getting into the house the first day, but there was a bottle of wine in our fridge! Thank you.

    Submitted: Jun 13, 2017
  • Nice little place.

    5 of 5

    We just wanted a place to sleep and this one fit the bill. Although very small it was perfect for my husband and me for two nights. My husband especially liked the comfy bed. The landlord was working on the shower and as a result we were delayed getting into the house the first day, but there was a bottle of wine in our fridge! Thank you.

    Submitted: Jun 12, 2017
  • Good Budget Option

    4 of 5

    Great location and loved the use of a bike. Good value for a stay in the UofA area. Michael was a terrific host and very available for any needs.

    Submitted: May 11, 2017
  • Great Place Great Host Great Location.

    5 of 5

    Stayed here for a month. Place was fantastic. 4th street only a 10 minute walk. Place is small but very comfortable. Bed was great. Very nice neighborhood. Motorcycle friendly too. Lots riding in Tucson. Street parking very safe. Maude their dog was excellent as well. Great laundry machines.

    Submitted: May 11, 2017
  • Great location and great host

    5 of 5

    It's true, Su Casita is small, but had everything that I needed, and a lovely sun-filled deck to read, drink coffee (or whatever the beverage choice may be), eat, etc. It is within walking distance to 4th St area and UA, and you can also hop on the streetcar that is a quick 4ish block walk if you don't want to walk anymore than that. When going farther afield I used Uber and also rented a car for one day so that I could go to a couple of places on my own (the rental rate was $21 for the day, after taxes, so cheaper than Uber for my purposes that day)! Thanks to Michael for providing Su Casita to travelers. He was always quick to respond to any questions I had. I came to Tucson to explore a place I had never been and to both "disconnect" and "recharge." Mission accomplished - fun adventures, interesting converations with locals and visitors alike, great food, going to a family circus (Zoppe!), and the opportunity to particpate in the Women's March on Washington - Tucson. Having such a convenient and comfortable place to return to each night topped off each day. Would not hesitate to stay there again if I return to Tuscon solo.

    Submitted: Jan 22, 2017
  • Great Low Cost Option

    5 of 5

    This is the place to stay if you are looking for the best deal near the U of A /Diamond Children's hospital. The separate guest house has everything you need: queen size bed, microwave, toaster oven, utensils & plates, frig, shower (no bath) and mini closet space. Hot tub and grill are also available outside (we did not get a chance to use). Details of rental include cleaning or charge of $50 deducted from deposit, but space is small enough that it is not a lot of work to clean. Michael is a very accomodating and welcoming host. Highly recommended.

    Submitted: Dec 10, 2016
  • Great Low Cost Option

    5 of 5

    This is the place to stay if you are looking for the best deal near the U of A /Diamond Children's hospital. The separate guest house has everything you need: queen size bed, microwave, toaster oven, utensils & plates, frig, shower (no bath) and mini closet space. Hot tub and grill are also available outside (we did not get a chance to use). Details of rental include cleaning or charge of $50 deducted from deposit, but space is small enough that it is not a lot of work to clean. Michael is a very accomodating and welcoming host. Highly recommended.

    Submitted: Dec 09, 2016
  • Location, Comfort, Quiet

    4 of 5

    Su Casita offers everything needed for a stay that is more about doing things in Tucson than about hanging around in your room. It is very near the University of Arizona and walking distance to the shops and restaurants on 4th Avenue. It is also just two blocks from Speedway, which is a main artery of Tucson, making access to many sites and attractions very easy. The casita is behind a house on a quiet street, so there are none of the noises that are such a part of any hotel stay. The owners are pleasant and available without being at all intrusive. The room is small but the high ceilings make it feel larger. Amenities include a small refrigerator, microwave and toaster oven so all meals do not have to be from a restaurant. There is even a gas grill with a burner for stovetop type cooking. There is a television with an assortment of broadcast channels for those of us who do not choose to stream media. The decor is quite masculine, which is a refreshing change from the preciousness that plagues so many short term rentals. On top of all this the price is more than reasonable. If there was room for a comfy chair I could live there for an extended stay.

    Submitted: Oct 19, 2016
  • It was clean, small, quiet and perfect!

    5 of 5

    My wife and I stayed for a week while watching our daughter play softball with her college team. We did not spend a lot of time at the house, but when we did it was exactly as advertised. It is small, but comfortable and quiet. It was a perfect spot for the two of us and Michael was very helpful and responsive when we did have a question or need. I would happily stay there again.

    Submitted: Mar 21, 2016
  • Small but sweet

    5 of 5

    Stayed with Michael for v4 nights. Place was small as advertised--Michael even emailed me in advance to make sure we understood it was small--but it met our needs and worked very well for us. Clean, well stocked, great queen sized bed in a safe neighborhood. For a longer stay we might look for a bigger place, but this was just fine for us.

    Submitted: Mar 10, 2016

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