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Visiting Vante

100 N. Tucson Blvd.
Tucson, Arizona (AZ) 
85716  USA

Vante International Headquarters is located in Tucson, Arizona USA, minutes away from the urban, historic and cultural activities of Downtown Tucson and the academic and outreach pursuits of the University of Arizona.

Plan your trip to visit Vante in Tucson at the Metropolitan Tucson Convention and Visitors Bureau website.

Air Travel

When visiting Vante you can fly into the Tucson International Airport which is less than 20 minutes from the Vante Headquarters. Another option is to fly into the Phoenix International Airport which is about a 2 hour car/shuttle ride from Tucson.

Accomodations

In town properties:

ARIZONA INN
The venerable, landmark boutique hotel, The Arizona Inn has a history that is part of the original Tucson.

LODGE ON THE DESERT
The newly renovated Lodge on the Desert is a small hotel in the center of town.

HOTEL CONGRESS
The downtown classic Hotel Congress, where notorious gangster Dillinger was caught, has an old-time charm.

DOUBLETREE HOTEL TUCSON AT REID PARK
The Doubletree Hotel Tucson at Reid Park is a large hotel minutes away from Vante.

Turn your visit to Vante into a vacation at one of Tucson's premier destination resorts:

WESTIN LA PALOMA

WESTWARD LOOK RESORT

LOEWS VENTANA CANYON

HACIENDA DEL SOL GUEST RANCH RESORT

JW MARRIOTT STARR PASS RESORT & SPA

About Tucson

Tucson, with a population of about 1 million, is the second-largest city in Arizona after the state capital Phoenix. Tucson's cultural roots extend to the Hohokam Indians who farmed the area for 4,000 years before Spanish missionaries and soldiers arrived in the late 1600s. Presidio San Agustín del Tucson and the Mission San Xavier del Bac were established in the 1770s. Tucson's nickname — "The Old Pueblo” is derived from that adobe-walled Tucson Presidio.

During your visit to Tucson, save some time to explore iconic attractions such as Mission San Xavier del Bac and the Arizona-Sonoran Desert Museum , or the many shops, museums, and art galleries. With 350 days of sunshine, your agenda might include hiking, biking or golf on one of Tucson's desert of traditional links-style courses.