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May 24
The Tucson Pops Orchestra, led by Music Director Laszlo Veres, features Crystal Stark, an award winning R&B/jazz/pop sin...more
May 25
Arts Express presents an uplifting and inspirational Memorial Day concert in recognition of all the men and women who have se...more
May 25
Colossal Cave Mountain Park hosts its annual benefit 5K road race between the Ranch and the Cave, with views of the Stone Ram...more
May 29
Domingo DeGrazia blends vibrant Latin, salsa, and rock drum beats with flamenco-infused Spanish guitar in an exciting Summer ...more
May 30
The biggest running block party in Arizona features a fast course, free food, live music, free Children's One Mile, and after...more

 
     
 
 



 
     

Resorts

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.



JW Marriott Tucson Starr Pass Resort & Spa

Address: 3800 W. Starr Pass Blvd., Tucson, AZ 85745
Phone: 520-792-3500
Toll-Free: 800-690-8419
Fax: 520-792-3351

Mira Vista Resort

Address: 7501 N. Wade Rd., Tucson, AZ 85743
Phone: 520-744-2355
Fax: 520-572-4096

Omni Tucson National Resort

Address: 2727 W. Club Dr., Tucson, AZ 85742
Phone: 520-297-2271
Toll-Free: 800-528-4856
Fax: 520-742-2452

Tanque Verde Ranch

Address: 14301 E. Speedway Blvd., Tucson, AZ 85748
Toll-Free: (800) 234-3833
Alt Phone: 520-296-6275
Fax: 520-721-9426

The Lodge at Ventana Canyon

Address: 6200 N. Clubhouse Ln., Tucson, AZ 85750
Contact: Chris Sabala
Title: Director of Sales & Marketing
Phone: 520-577-1400
Toll-Free: 800-828-5701
Fax: (520) 577-4063

Wyndham Canoa Ranch Resort

Address: 5775 S. Camino Del Sol, Green Valley, AZ 85622
Contact: Brian Wright
Title: General Manager
Phone: 520-382-0450
Toll-Free: 888-430-2474
Alt Phone: 520-382-0461
Fax: 520-382-0451