Is Arizona the new Napa Valley? According to travelers—yes. The state has slowly garnered a reputation for being a prime destination for wineries.
Travel & Adventure
Staycation-seekers have something new to look forward to this fall. Canopy by Hilton Scottsdale Old Town is set to open in Old Town Scottsdale in late September, marking the area’s first new-build hotel in more than a decade.
While Route 66 winds all throughout the United States, some of the most unique and unforgettable roadside stops and attractions are actually found all throughout Arizona. The next time you find yourself trekking up the Mother Road, be sure to keep these five stops in mind:
One of the natural wonders of the world, a stop at the Grand Canyon is undoubtedly on just about everyone’s bucket list. But what if a visit to this natural beauty was as easy as hanging out in your own living room?
A $60M project is currently underway in the city of Mesa. It is a 400,000 square feet construction which will be dedicated to hangar and office space, and its aim is to boost Mesa’s long-term economy.
Summer is warming up at Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia as the resort offers an exclusive 30 percent off Select Guest exclusive offer through Sept. 12.
According to Trucker.com, there are currently 27 rest areas in Arizona with 430 trucking parking spaces available across the state. These can be tracked using the ADOT 511 tool, which is a user-friendly website to track rest stops and traffic along the way.
After quarantining for months, many of us are ready for a little getaway. Support our local economy and enjoy a sunny escape at one of our fabulous Arizona resorts or hotels. Here are some summer staycation deals you can take advantage of here in Arizona.
Sedona’s Enchantment Resort has announced its new Arizona Resident Rate of 15% off, an offer valid until the end of 2020.
Situated amidst ancient spiritual vortexes, the new Sky Rock Inn of Sedona is an absolutely beautiful retreat with stunning views of the red rocks.