Hotel Congress

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311 E. Congress Street, Tucson, AZ 85701

The Hotel Congress was built in 1919 as a three-story railroad hotel. A fire in 1934 destroyed the third floor and led to the capture of the John Dillinger gang. The building still has 40 vintage guest rooms, a restaurant with sidewalk seating, nightclub, salon, and banquet room. The Congress has a unique Southwest décor, with many reminders of its link to the infamous gangster, and its lobby even features an old phone booth. The lobby serves as an informal gallery of local art, and is a popular hangout.

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