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  • A: The Quality Hotel Americana is just under a one mile drive from the Mexican border and the city of Nogales, Sonora, Mexico.
  • A: Yes. We encourages you to bring your pet along on your travels. Pets that are 25 pounds or less are welcomed with a restriction of two pets per room. There is an non-refundable charge of $15 per pet per night. Pets must not be left alone in the room and be on a leash while walking through the property.
  • A: Yes, we serve a free daily breakfast for our guests in our restaurant from 6am to 10 am. Breakfast features American and Mexican specialties, including scrambled eggs, omelets, chorizo, waffles, chilaquiles and pan dulce.
  • A: Our restaurant and bar, Azteca Bar + Grill, is open 7 days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Our hours are weekdays from 6am - 9pm and weekend from 6am - 10pm.
  • A: Our full-service restaurant, Azteca Bar + Grill, serves a combination of traditional Mexican and American fare. The diverse international menu features steaks, seafood, appetizers, burgers, pizza, sandwiches, and Mexican specialties like tacos, burritos, nachos and enchiladas.
  • A: Yes, we have a seasonal outdoor pool that's open in the warmer months, from April through October. The deck offers lounge chairs where you can relax and bask in the sunshine.
  • A: The closest airport to the hotel is Tucson International Airport, which is approximately one hour north of the Quality Hotel Americana Nogales.
  • A: Yes, we have a guest coin operated laundry facility that is open 24 hours a day. Laundry soap can be purchased at the front desk.
  • A: Yes, we have a lobby computer and printer that you can use to print out your boarding pass for your flight out.
  • A: Yes. The hotel offers almost 4,000 square feet of flexible meeting, event and banquet space.  We offer three meeting rooms -  the Mayan is our largest at 2394 sq. ft, the Olmec is 984 sq. ft and the smallest is the Toltec at 540 sq. ft. You can contact Carmen Arochi, Sales Coordinator, at 520-278-7211 for details and event planning.
  • A: We offer in-house catering from our restaurant with flexible menu planning and pricing to suit your needs - from break snacks to multi-course dinners. We also have a dance floor, service bar, podium, audiovisual equipment and reliable high-speed wireless internet.
  • A: Yes. For guests that forget a few travel essentials, come down to the Front Desk. We have complimentary toothbrushes, toothpaste, shavers, shaving cream and combs to make your stay comfortable and easy.
  • A: The Quality Hotel Americana Nogales is only 50 minutes south of the Titan Missile Museum. You can drive on I-95 N and take exit 69 to get this unique Cold War-era attraction.
  • A: There are many outdoor activities to experience in our area. Starting from downtown Nogales, the Pimeria Alta Historical Society & Museum (0.9miles/4 minutes from hotel) is a must for history buffs wanting to learn about the northern Pima Indians that once occupied the area. This small museum has a rotating display of artifacts. Once you are done there, you can take one of three self-guided historical walking tours of downtown Nogales (0.9miles/4minutes from hotel). You will find maps for all three walks at www.nogalesusa.com.
     
    The walks cover short distances but are varying degrees of difficulty (the town of Nogales is built on small hills) and will showcase what early Nogales was like through the architecture of the homes still standing from the early 20th century. If bird watching is an interest, then you might know already that the Patagonia - Sonoita Creek Preserve (17.6mi/28minutes from hotel) is a premier birding area during the bird migration season. This location is the center of the Santa Cruz county birding area and is not to be missed.
     
    If you're interests run more towards wine tasting, then the high desert area of the Mountain Empire is the place for you to go. Down load the Sonoita/Elgin Wine Trail map at https://www.arizonawine.org/sonoitaWineTrail.html, select two or three wineries from the ten on the map to visit. We recommend beginning at the Dos Cabezas Wine Works. They are growing into a wine brand to watch in the community. If you're looking for a combination of shopping, hiking and history, visit to Tubac Presidio State Historical Park (21.6miles/25minutes from hotel).
     
    You'll find a small museum, picnic grounds and the trail head to the Anza Trail all in one place. After spending time there, take yourself over to the small arty town of Tubac where within a half mile radius you'll find over 50 local artisans making and selling silver and turquoise jewelry, hammered iron decorative arts, painted clay pots and more. And shopping isn't complete without those tasty bites and cool refreshments offered at several restaurants and cafes scattered throughout town.
  • A: The Quality Hotel Americana is located two miles from the Mariposa Port of Entry, one of two ports of entry located in the town of Nogales, AZ. Several times a day produce trucks coming from Mexican farms cross into the U.S. through Mariposa Port of Entry bringing their produce to one of the many produce distribution and custom houses located 3 miles north of the Quality Hotel Americana. As a member of the Fresh Produce Association of American (FPAA) located in Nogales, AZ, we work with the many distributors to offer a home away from home for the produce truck drivers en route to various destinations within the U.S. and Mexico.
  • A: Just over the border in Nogales, Sonora, Mexico from Nogales, AZ are many independent Mexican dentists who offer U.S. citizens inexpensive and fast dental care. Dental tourism is a niche market where U.S. citizens book their major dental work including crowns, dental bridges and implants.
  • A: Yes. Tourists can park their car on the Nogales, AZ side and walk through the port of entry into Nogales, Mexico. Right there are small streets with many stores selling authentic Mexican carvings, jewelry and pottery.