While there’s no perfect answer to staying fiscally sound when the summer heat blankets Tucson, various businesses in the service industry have adapted to the triple-digit temperatures.
Whether it’s a business baking sweets or offering a soft pillow to an out-of-towner, relishing in what the Old Pueblo can offer appears to be the cornerstone to success.
What sets the Downtown Clifton hotel apart from the competition is it offers a quiet getaway that’s walking distance from Tucson’s nightlife, said Erin Cox, guest and community relations manager at the local lodge. Moreover, their staff, some of whom live in the neighborhood, offer a welcoming, family feel, she said.
“So we have a lot of return guests, who are very loyal to us,” Cox said.
Read the entire Inside Tucson Business article here. Originally published May, 10, 2019.