Essentially halfway between Prescott and Sedona, Cottonwood is a walkable wonderland for adults and the perfect respite from the daily grind, especially for those who love culinary delights, beer and wine tastings and outdoor adventure.
Travel & Adventure
Did you know that planning a trip is actually good for you? Here are just a few of the great Arizona summer road trip ideas waiting to be discovered, according to Arizona Office of Tourism.
The highly anticipated The Westin Tempe is now open. The high-rise hotel marks the city’s largest hotel opening in over four decades.
Hidden in the Sonoran desert, the Westin La Paloma Resort and Spa in Tucson is a AAA Four-Diamond hotel offering guests the perfect desert getaway. From suites with private jacuzzis to waterslides, there is a fun vacation in store for every traveler’s style.
Sheraton Phoenix Downtown, Arizona’s largest hotel with more than 1,000 guest rooms, invites telecommuters to work from its brand-new, beautifully designed lobby Studios. Now through Sept. 30, booking the Studios is complimentary for hotel guests and locals.
We’ve all earned a break to enjoy a few vices at Viceroy Los Cabos, an ultra-modern, avant-garde San José Del Cabo retreat less than two hours via plane from the Valley (thanks to daily flights on both American and Southwest Airlines as well as several private providers in Scottsdale).
Hacienda Del Sol, a Forbes four-star resort in Tucson, has completed its year-long expansion and is welcoming guests to a luxury stay steeped in historic charm.
A leading and locally loved premier hospitality and restaurant brand developer, Sam Fox has announced his newest venture into the luxury hospitality industry with the internationally inspired hotel, The Global Ambassador.
One of the favorite summertime activities of Arizonans and visitors alike is finding ways to cool off. Fortunately, Arizona is overflowing with options for water-seekers, and Arizona Office of Tourism has the info on the state’s best beaches, swimming holes, lakes, rivers and more.
Owned and operated by the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation, the spectacular new 166,341-sq.-ft. We-Ko-Pa Casino Resort boasts state-of-the-art gaming, a variety of specialty fine and casual dining restaurants, and live entertainment. The attached AAA Four Diamond hotel offers 246 luxurious guestrooms and suites; 25,000 square feet of meeting space; relaxing spa treatments at the Amethyst Spa & Boutique; and two resort-style outdoor pools.