Hotels in Arizona

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Set just 30 miles north of Tucson, this 253-room resort feels blissfully apart. It’s the kind of place where activities are encouraged—there... Read More

A stucco-and-glass high-rise with formal, European-style interiors, the Ritz-Carlton Phoenix is located in the heart of Camelback Corridor. Each g... Read More

Located just a stone’s throw from the base of iconic Camelback Mountain, Royal Palms was originally built in the 1920s as the winter home for a... Read More

Unlike Scottsdale’s large, sprawling resorts, the romantic Royal Palms is understated, elegant and intimate. The Mediterranean-style hideaway, which... Read More

Once a 1960s “tennis ranch,” this chic resort maintains its midcentury character, despite a sleek makeover. Its 105 casitas—many with balconies,... Read More

For couples looking for a quiet getaway, it’s hard to beat this perch on the side of Camelback Mountain. The boutique resort’s mod aesthetic carries... Read More

Situated on the northern slope of the red-rock mountain, Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain comprises a cluster of adobe-style buildings in Paradise Valley... Read More

The five-diamond Princess deftly marries luxury service with a casual atmosphere. Kids love the Trailblazers Family Adventure Center, the pet desert... Read More

The Sedona Rouge Hotel & Spa, a collection of 77 rooms, suites, and spa suites, is located in the heart of Sedona, within walking distance of the... Read More

On the ceiling of the resort's east-facing lobby, there are 10 Native American murals—an example of the cultural touches designed to reflect the... Read More

The 25-room Ski Lift Lodge and Cabins, owned by the Snowbowl, offers individual cabin-style rooms, some with porches and gas fireplaces—plus the... Read More

An upscale, 60,000-acre resort near Tucson, Tanque Verde is best visited in spring or fall, when temperatures are cooler and the desert more lush. The... Read More

The Boulders resort sits at the foot of its namesake, a massive 12-million-year-old rock formation. Pathways wind through the 1,300-acre desert property... Read More

Book a villa at this 1,300-acre resort that includes 36 holes of championship golf, superb tennis, and six restaurants. In the spa enjoy the site... Read More

Sleek attitude defines this completely refurbished downtown hotel that, until recently, was better known to the authorities than to paying guests. In... Read More

Located in nearby Central Phoenix, the Clarendon is a funky alternative to Scottsdale’s more expensive (and beige) resorts. Most rooms open onto the... Read More

Cowboy artist Lon Megargee built this adobe hacienda as his home and studio in the 1930s. Today, the intimate, 34-room boutique resort features... Read More

This 1894 rambling Craftsman-style house on the edge of Flagstaff’s lively downtown has 9 antiques-filled rooms each with its own fireplace. Try... Read More

Take in exceptional red rock views at this 11-room B&B whose rooms have private outdoor decks, gas fireplaces, whirlpool tubs, and views of the creek. Read More

This Grande Dame of Scottsdale resorts may have seven pools for guests, but it’s the signature showstopper that wows: an oval gem inlaid with iridescent... Read More

The Phoenician is the grande dame of Scottsdale resorts, and its “boutique hotel within a hotel,” The Canyon Suites, is Arizona’s only five-star, five... Read More

After a five-year, $90 million makeover, The Phoenician—Scottsdale’s grande dame resort—has reemerged triumphant. The 643-room complex... Read More

You can’t beat the Saguaro’s Old Town locale. Big, bold pops of orange, pink and lime green inject this mod property with a bit of Southwestern color,... Read More

Situated amid rose gardens, cacti, and citrus trees, the Wigwam (which was founded by the Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company) has been a wonder for... Read More

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