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Top 5 Accommodations: Southern Arizona (Spring-Summer 2014)


[cjtoolbox name=’Experience AZ Top5′] Get ready to experience Arizona’s spring/summer 2014 Top 5 Accommodations in Southern Arizona! And use Experience AZ to guide you toward a visit that will make you want to come back time after time to keep crossing the must see hot spots off your Top 5 lists. Top 5 Accommodations: Southern… Read More →

Top 5: Southern Arizona Accommodations (Fall-Winter 2012)

The Ritz-Carlton, Dove Mountain’s Serenity pool. Photo: Barbara Kraft

The Top 5 Southern Arizona Accommodations — as voted on by Experience AZ readers: Loews Ventana Canyon Resort 7000 N. Resort Dr., Tucson, AZ 85750 (520) 299-2020 loewshotels.com Features 398 guest rooms, four restaurants and lounges, eight tennis courts, two Tom Fazio-designed golf courses, fitness trails, swimming pools and a full-service spa. The Ritz-Carlton, Dove… Read More →

Top 5: Southern Arizona Accommodations (Spring-Summer 2012)

Top 5 Southern Arizona Accommodations (Spring-Summer 2012)

The Top 5 Southern Arizona Accommodations — as voted on by Experience AZ readers: Canyon Ranch 8600 E. Rockcliff Rd., Tucson, AZ 85750 800-742-9000 canyonranch.com Dozens of fitness activities, spa cuisine, wellness consultations in preventive medicine, nutrition, stress management, spiritual awareness, and body and skin care treatments. JW Marriott Starr Pass Resort & Spa 3800… Read More →

World-Class Tucson Resorts Are Diamonds In The Desert

Tucson Resorts - AZ Business Magazine November/December 2011

Diamonds in the desert: World-class Tucson resorts offer a wide range of amenities for romance or family fun By Michael Truelsen and Teresa Truelsen The Valley of the Sun is peppered with destinations for weekend getaways, but sometimes a drive down the 51, 101 or 202 doesn’t put enough distance between you and your daily… Read More →

Arizona’s Tourism Industry Has A Legacy Going Back More Than 100 Years

The Wigwam, litchfield Park, Ariz. - AZ Business Magazine July/August 2011

As one of the largest economic drivers, tourism has helped to shape Arizona’s culture and lifestyle long before it even became a state in 1912. The Arizona Office of Tourism won’t be releasing 2010s tourism economic impact numbers until July, but in 2009, more than 35 million visitors spent $16.6 billion in Arizona. In addition,… Read More →