Relax into Your Best Self
It's no surprise that Tucson resorts win top awards and draw visitors from around the world. Tucson has a long history as a destination of choice for seclusion, relaxation, and wellness.
In the 1930s, Tucson was the school-year home to the daughters of some of the country's wealthiest families—names like Vanderbilt and Westinghouse. In the 40s and 50s, it was a hideaway for Hollywood legends seeking privacy and peace. And for decades, doctors have heralded our dry climate and sunny skies to help heal the body and ease the mind.
Today, Tucson resorts are every bit as relaxing, dressing down elegance with a Southwestern style that makes luxury more comfortable than you can imagine. And as much as that matters, in Tucson, there's also something more.
It could be the wide night skies where the moon feels impossibly close as it rises over the mountains. It could be the dramatic, glowing sunsets that set our western skies on fire. Whatever it is, Tucson is a healing place, and you can't help but feel it.
Whether mastering the golf course, riding desert trails horseback, getting a massage at the spa, or simply kicking back with a drink by the pool, resorts in Tucson don't just let you be yourself, they let you be your best self—relaxed, recharged, and ready to take on the world.
Located on 14-acres of gardens, fountains, flowers and lawns, and with four-diamond award-winning dining, the Arizona Inn has been ranked in the Top 75 Mainland U.S. Resorts list by Condé Nast Traveler.
One of the world's finest health resorts and a year-round luxury vacation destination, Canyon Ranch offers full preventive health care assessments and guidance. Recently voted one of the World's Best Destination Spas by the readers of Travel + Leisure, 2007. Read Mel Zuckerman's (founder of Canyon Ranch) love letter to Tucson.
The Casino del Sol Resort, Spa & Conference Center is the Pascua Yaqui Tribe's jewel in the desert. This four-star, four-diamond high-rise hotel features 215 rooms and 10 suites with balconies, a Conference Center including a 20,000 square foot ballroom, a fine-dining steakhouse, an international buffet, a retail store, a new high-end gaming salon, an elegant spa and exercise facility, an outdoor pool with cabanas, a bar, fire pits, and event space.
Enjoy endless views overlooking the lush, green Santa Cruz River Valley at the Esplendor Resort in Rio Rico, south of Tucson. Golf on the Robert Trent Jones, Sr. course, play tennis on the lighted courts, or go horseback riding.
Thirty-four acres of natural desert landscape frame the 30 guest rooms at Hacienda del Sol Guest Ranch Resort. Around every corner find distinguished history underscored with a quiet elegance. Each one of our thirty guest-rooms, from courtyard guest rooms to private casitas, have been lovingly restored.
The Hilton Tucson El Conquistador Golf & Tennis Resort is Tucson's largest golf and tennis resort, featuring 45 spectacular holes of championship golf and 31 lighted tennis courts. After your game, relax at our Desert Springs Oasis pool or enjoy dinner at our new signature restaurant Epazote Kitchen & Cocktails.
Nestled in the Tucson Mountain foothills, the JW Marriott Starr Pass Resort & Spa overlooks the city of Tucson and inspires relaxation with the Hashani Spa. But with 27 holes of Arnold Palmer-designed golf, hiking and biking trails, and sparkling pools, there is something for everyone.
Located in the Catalina Foothills, the Lodge at Ventana Canyon combines 36 holes of championship golf, 12 tennis courts, a spacious pool and hot tub, massages, and fine dining into an incredible experience. There are 50 suites with a balcony/patio and complete kitchens, as well as meeting and banquet services.
Nestled on 100-acres in the Catalina Foothills, the Loews Ventana Canyon is a four-diamond resort and ranked in the Top 25 in North America by Condé Nast Traveler. It boasts five dining options, two Tom Fazio-designed golf courses, and full spa with signature and outdoor treatments.
Sitting on 30-acres of historic property, Mira Vista Resort is Southern Arizona's only clothing-optional resort and recreation club. Enjoy 14 guest rooms and suites, four pools and spas, a restaurant and nightclub, fitness center, and massages.
With an 18-hole championship golf course and an 18-hole desert-style golf course, the Omni Tucson National Resort has been awarded One of the Top 75 Golf Resorts by Golf Digest, and Top 100 by Condé Nast Traveler. The Omni's spa is award winning.
Located on 640 beautiful acres in the foothills of the Rincon Mountains east of Tucson, Tanque Verde Ranch Resort is the premier Arizona guest ranch. Enjoy horseback riding, hiking, biking, tennis, nature programs and much more.
South of Tucson near historic attractions and the artist village of Tubac, the Tubac Golf Resort & Spa is a 400-acre ranch with 98 well-appointed guest rooms and suites, a 27-hole championship golf course, tennis courts, a spa, swimming, shopping, and two restaurants.
Tucked into the Catalina Foothills, The Westin La Paloma Resort & Spa completed a $35 Million renovation in 2013. Everything from rooms, pools and meeting spaces were completely rejuvenated, including white Capistrano sand bunkers on the 27-hole Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course. Five dining options include AZUL Restaurant and Lounge's innovative presentation of Southwest cuisine, and five pools, including a 177-foot water-slide and a swim-up bar.
Suite-sized rooms with magnificent views of the desert, mountains or cityscape greet you at the Westward Look Wyndham Resort & Spa. Enjoy one-of-a-kind Sonoran Desert-inspired spa treatments at this AAA Four Diamond resort, also rated #1 resort in Tucson by Ranking Arizona.
Situated in Green Valley, Arizona, just south of Tucson, Wyndham Canoa Ranch Golf Resort & Spa is at the foot of the Santa Rita mountain range and features 72 holes of championship golf, an outdoor pool and full-service spa. Our vacation condo guest rooms feature a full kitchen, a living room with sleeper sofa and dining room area.