Tucson Meetings & Conventions
Meeting planners seeking an Arizona conference center will find it at historic Westward Look Resort, an ideal Tucson Meeting venue. Nestled on 80 secluded acres in the Catalina foothills overlooking the city of Tucson, the newly renovated conference resort offers an inspiring setting for productive business meetings, conferences and corporate retreats.
Westward Look Resort provides a naturally refreshing meeting alternative to standard Tucson meeting and convention center hotels. Originally a family home, the conference resort retains the authenticity of a retreat that has been offering Southwestern hospitality since 1912. Historic Tucson meeting rooms offer an abundance of natural light, distinctive décor and open terraces with spectacular views.
This lush Sonoran desert is an inspirational setting with beautiful sunrises and sunsets, abundant wildlife and expansive views. It's easy to incorporate elements of this unique environment into your Tucson meetings and events - from morning walks on interpretive nature trails to team-building adventures and barbecues. We even offer expert speakers for group presentations - including naturalists, geologists, archaeologists and astronomers - who provide fascinating insights into this rare ecosystem.
With 16 Tucson meeting rooms and more than 20,000 square feet of meeting space, Westward Look Resort is naturally a better choice. This is an ideal destination for combining business with pleasure - whether you are planning a small executive retreat or need theater-style seating for 450. This is made even easier with the high-speed wireless internet throughout the resort, so work can be accomplished poolside, at the tennis center or on a grassy lawn.
Complementing a meeting or convention at Westward Look Resort is our award-winning cuisine, which is accented and created with herbs, fruits and vegetables grown in our Chef's Garden. Guests and attendees can also enjoy spa treatments featuring natural desert botanicals or take in Tucson's famed night skies with our high-powered Celestron 2000 telescope.