More than 30 resorts.
Let one of Phoenix’s immaculate resorts be your home base for a sunshine-soaked getaway in the Sonoran Desert. In summer, Phoenix resorts offer their lowest rates of the year. Choose from resorts with luxurious spas, on-site water parks, cactus-studded golf courses and flora-filled nature trails.Learn More
Biking and hiking.
Metropolitan Phoenix has more acreage of open space than any other major city in the U.S. All that desert terrain provides an outlet for hiking, biking and canyoneering. Or hire a professional guide for a hot air balloon or Jeep tour. Phoenix is also the gateway to the Grand Canyon, which is a scenic three-and-a-half-hour drive away.Learn More
Music, art and shopping.
Downtown Phoenix is filled with live music, street art and independent restaurants. Drop into a gallery or boutique in Roosevelt Row, catch a comedy show at CityScape entertainment district or attend an Arizona Diamondbacks baseball game at Chase Field. The light rail makes it easy to jaunt to museums and CenPho nightlife.Learn More
Local Southwest cuisine.
After a day of outdoor adventure, fill up on Mexican and Southwestern cuisine. A truly unique Arizona experience includes restaurants with mountain views and outdoor patios. Dine on local cuisine such as slow-braised mole adobe rabbit at Kai, the world's only Forbes 5-Star and AAA 5-Diamond Native American restaurant.Learn More
Always the right season.
Golf is never out of season in Phoenix, one of America's top golf cities, according to Golf Digest. Play a round surrounded by sweeping desert and mountain landscapes on courses designed by legends like Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish. Golfweek's Best Courses You Can Play list names 30 Arizona courses, including The Boulders Golf Club.Learn More