Expand Your Horizons with Tucson's World-Class Resorts

Whether you want to ride off into the sunset, trek into the Santa Catalinas, sip margaritas poolside, tee off, spa down, unplug, or all of the above - Tucson's world-class resorts have your number. And did we mention the abundant sunshine that smiles down on outdoor activities during the day? Come nightfall, you can even experience the endless canopy of starts known to restore a sense of wonder to even the most world-weary. Book a stay and prepare to be rejuvenated, refreshed, and spellbound.

According to many ancient traditions, the desert is a spiritual, purifying place. It's no wonder, then, that our state-of-the-art spas have a bead on the latest treatments, many of which incorporate local ingredients. Some skin masks, for example, draw on the healing properties of aloe vera and jojoba, plants that thrive in the Sonoran Desert, as do botanicals like lavender and sage, known for their calming effects. And spas now turn to copper, a key component of Arizona's historic growth, for its anti-oxidant and anti-aging attributes.

Since 1945, when Tucson debuted its first PGA tournament, the city's superb golf courses—and excellent weather—have grabbed the public's attention. As more and more desert-style layouts arrived on the scene, complementing those featuring traditional rolling greens, more duffers came to town for the challenge of target-style play, or for a chance to sample both varieties during the same visit. Resort guests get first dibs—and prime tee times—at some of the top courses in town, many designed by celebrity golf architects ranging from Jack Nicklaus to Notah Begay III.

Steakhouses with a Southwest spin, sophisticated Mexican dining venues, brunches highlighting local brews and barbecue...Tucson's resorts cater to every taste while celebrating local flavors. You might hand-select the fruit for your morning OJ at an on-site citrus orchard, savor a salad with tomatillos and arugula plucked from an organic chef's garden, or sip award-winning wines from Southern Arizona's two thriving grape-growing regions. Al fresco dining, from casual poolside snacks to candlelit repasts on intimate patios, is an experience you can’t miss, while window-side tables with panoramic city or mountain vistas are perennial favorites.

Looking to Southern Arizona's rich cultural heritage and spectacular landscape, Tucson's resorts offer experiences that guests won’t be able to find anywhere else. At one, you can find a hummingbird-attracting garden, which posts a hummer identification chart next to an observation window. Another resort offers more than 100 types of tequila and hosts a tequila toast around a fire circle every day at 5:30 p.m. Guided horseback rides, nature hikes, mountain bike excursions, and stargazing parties are on the roster at several resorts. The on-site concierge can also help suggest additional activities if there’s something you’re interested in that is not featured at one of the resorts.

Loews Ventana Canyon Resort

  • 7000 N. Resort Dr.
  • 520-299-2020

Tucson’s spectacular ‘Ventana’ or ‘Window’ to the Soul of the Sonoran desert--- is Loews Ventana…

Loews Ventana Canyon Resort

  • 7000 N. Resort Dr.
  • 520-299-2020

A stunning retreat set naturally in Tucson’s Santa Catalina Mountains, Loews Ventana Canyon provides…

The Lodge at Ventana Canyon

  • 6200 N. Club House Ln.
  • (520) 577-1010

Nestled in the foothills with a dramatic backdrop of the Catalina Mountains, The Lodge at Ventana…

The Westin La Paloma Resort & Spa

  • 3800 E. Sunrise Dr.
  • 520-742-6000

The Iconic Westin La Paloma Resort & Spa is a lush, 250 acre desert retreat nestled in the foothills…

White Stallion Ranch

  • 9251 W. Twin Peaks Rd.
  • 520-297-0252

White Stallion Ranch has been rated #1 of 138 hotels in Tucson for the last eight years on…

Estrella Hotel

  • 5655 W Valencia Road
  • (855) 765-7829

Located on 2.2 acres of the majestic Sonoran Desert, Estrella at Casino Del Sol offers 151 modernly…

Hacienda Del Sol Guest Ranch Resort

  • 5501 N. Hacienda Del Sol Rd.
  • 520-299-1501

With awe-inspiring mountain vistas, sparkling pools and lush gardens, the historic Hacienda Del Sol…

Lodge On The Desert

  • 306 N. Alvernon Way
  • 520-320-2000

This 103-room boutique hotel, situated on five acres in mid-town Tucson, is an Arizona landmark and…

Mira Vista Resort

  • 7501 N. Wade Rd.
  • 520-744-2355

Mira Vista Resort is a beautiful clothing-optional resort and recreation club, filled with historic…

Omni Tucson National Resort

  • 2727 W. Club Dr.
  • (520) 297-2271

Nestled in the Foothills of the majestic Catalina Mountains, Omni Tucson National Resort offers 79…

Starr Pass Golf Suites

  • 3645 W. Starr Pass Blvd.
  • 1-800-989-6901

Nestled on the edge of Tucson Mountain Park, Starr Pass Golf Suites offers discerning travelers…

Arizona Inn

  • 2200 E. Elm St.
  • 520-325-1541

The Inn, built in 1930 by Arizona Congresswoman Isabella Greenway, is still owned and operated by…

Canoa Ranch Golf Resort

  • 5775 S. Camino Del Sol
  • 520-382-0450

The Canoa Ranch Golf Resort brings you a chance to play and unwind in a truly stunning environment…

Canyon Ranch Tucson

  • 8600 E. Rockcliff Rd.

Discover what a vacation can really mean. At Canyon Ranch in Tucson, enjoy all the delights of the…

Miraval Arizona Resort & Spa

  • 5000 E. Via Estancia Miraval
  • 520-825-4000

Miraval Arizona Resort & Spa is where the sun shines 350 days a year on 400 acres of pristine…

Tubac Golf Resort & Spa

  • 65 Avenida de Otero
  • (520) 398-3533

A Historic Hotel of America, Tubac Golf Resort & Spa has been welcoming guests with its unique style…