Recently, plans to install “EasyPay” machines near the baggage claim areas of Tucson’s airport were confirmed. The hope with installing these machines is that exits from the airport’s parking lots will be more efficient by allowing patrons to pay for their parking by credit or debit card before they even get to their car. While this will make exiting the lot more efficient, it might bring about an increase in the cost to park at one of the airport’s lots.
As always, ParkSleepFly is devoted to bringing you the best rates and service. If you don’t want to suffer an increase in parking rates, you may want to consider booking your parking ahead of time with ParkSleepFly, especially since you can book a night at an airport hotel at the same time for a competitive rate. By parking off-site and making use of the complimentary shuttles, you can do your part to help parking lot efficiency…without having to pay extra. In fact, when you book a hotel room at an airport hotel using PSF, your rate includes seven to fourteen days of free parking. Furthermore, the hotel room frequently costs less than if you were to book it elsewhere, and less than paying to park in the airport’s parking lots.
So what should you expect from the airport hotels surrounding the airport? A variety of choices await you. With more than thirty airport hotels, holding industry rankings from one to four stars, you can choose the right match for your budget and your needs. The majority of ranked hotels are three stars, which typically means a comfortable bed in a clean room plus some amenities. While it’s not likely you’ll find a man wearing a tuxedo and playing a grand piano in a room lit by sparkling chandeliers, you can usually count on room service, free wi-fi and sometimes even a pool. You can definitely rely on a complimentary shuttle from the hotel to your terminal and, at the end of your trip, back to the hotel to retrieve your vehicle.