Roadrunner Hostel & Inn
Address346 E 12th St TucsonSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Cultural and language barriers melt faster than snow in the desert at this small and friendly hostel within walking distance of 4th Ave. The guest kitchen and TV lounge are convivial spaces and freebies include coffee, tea and a waffle breakfast. The 1900 adobe building once belonged to the sheriff involved in capturing the Dillinger gang at the Hotel Congress in 1934.
Closed between noon and 3pm. No credit cards. Pets OK in private room.
Our independent authors have visited Roadrunner Hostel & Inn and selected this as one of our recommended hostels in Tucson.
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