Hotels in Arizona

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This remodeled hotel—a 10-minute drive from Old Town—is a terrific value. The budget-boutique 3 Palms has a small resort feel, thanks to its white-on... Read More

The 1929 resort is an art deco landmark that elegantly combines geometric forms and Southwest touches, a credit to its architect, a student of Frank... Read More

Phoenix’s grande dame was built in the 1920’s by disciples of Frank Lloyd Wright, and the place feels like someone transplanted it from, say... Read More

A $52 million renovation transformed this 740-unit, all-suites property into a family-friendly oasis in South Phoenix. You’ll find all the amenities of... Read More

Just north of the university, 14 sublimely private and controlled acres deploy a succession of gardens crazed with flowers and trees, separated by... Read More

This charming, four-room B&B is an absolute gem, offering guests cozy rooms with polished charcoal floors, claw-foot bathtubs and French doors that... Read More

You gotta hand it to this little hotel for breaking the chain mold. Architectural details reminiscent of Frank Lloyd Wright—such as desert-deco concrete... Read More

After the debut Tuscon property opened in 1979, Canyon Ranch owners Mel and Enid Zuckerman brought their philosophy of achieving happiness through... Read More

The Comfort Inn Ponderosa Pines ain’t fancy but will do in a pinch; it borders the National Forest, and has free continental breakfast and an... Read More

There’s not much luxury at this hotel, but at three miles outside the Arboretum it’s the closest safe bet. Read More

The Italian villa–style, built in 1902, was recently restored. Many of the guest rooms—which have décor ranging from western bordello... Read More

This small resort is located at the end of a quiet canyon road, its buildings set atop a ridge in the Sonoran Desert. Each of the 32 guest rooms is... Read More

Palm Springs cool meets backyard fun at this retro boutique property with a casual atmosphere, from its poolside bar and fire pits to the outdoor movies... Read More

The posh, 12-room hacienda with exquisite Arts and Crafts furnishings is perfect for an intimate, low-key hideaway. Read More

Built in 1905 and fully renovated in 2005, the elegant hotel is one of the country’s most revered national park lodge treasures and has hosted the... Read More

This Southwest-style resort, made of low-slung adobe casitas in central Arizona’s Boynton Canyon, blends into the iconic red-rock cliffs of Sedona... Read More

Located a stone’s throw from the 18-hole Stadium Course, which hosts Phoenix’s only PGA tournament, this Fairmont hotel is popular with golf... Read More

An excellent value, this Kimpton property delivers friendly service and amenities similar to those at the five-star resorts up the road—but without the... Read More

Fifteen unique A-frame bungalows, some with rock fireplaces and large stone patios, are spread across 20 creekside acres in the Oak Creek Canyon. Read More

If you’re looking for hustle and bustle, go elsewhere: this Four Seasons outpost is tucked up against some of the remotest desert in town. Opened... Read More

The Four Seasons overlooks Scottsdale from its perch at Pinnacle Peak, a 20-minute drive north of Old Town. The adobe-inspired architecture and desert... Read More

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