Ramada by Wyndham Tucson

May 3, 2017

The former Riverpark Inn is now the Ramada by Wyndham Tucson. It is situated next to the Santa Cruz River Park, a Sunlink modern streetcar stop and just across the bridge from the quickly growing Mercado District. (Photo/Riverpark Inn)



The 40-year-old hotel, at 777 W Cushing street just west of I-10, is in the process of re-branding from the former Riverpark Inn, to Ramada by Wyndham Tucson. The hotel will undergo renovations in phases which include new finishes, furniture, fixtures, and bathrooms, plus upgrades to heating and cooling and the addition of sliding glass doors. The project will retain the building’s charm while bringing it up to par with name brand hotels, and it will also make the 134-room hotel more competitive for conventions in downtown. The project was granted a GPLET deal unanimously by the city council worth more than $1.6 million. The total investment is expected to be somewhere around $2.2 million.


Riverpark Inn In the News:

Riverpark Inn Hotel receives $1.6 million Tucson tax incentive

Tucson City Council backs $1.6M incentive for hotel west of downtown

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