Canyon Country and the Northeast
One of the biggest attractions for Arizona luxury vacations is the Grand Canyon. Travelers come from the across the country (and even the globe) to see this natural wonder. There is no better way to see the Grand Canyon than by taking a luxurious angle. Climb aboard a private helicopter for views of the canyon that most people will never get to see. Rent a cozy cabin nearby and spend your days hiking or mountain biking. Don't rush this experience — seeing the Grand Canyon is guaranteed to be one of the most impressive travel experiences of your lifetime, so take it slow! Charming Sedona is another destination in this region, where you are sure to find unique souvenirs to bring home to friends and family.
Colorado River Area
If the beauty of nature is what you’re after in Arizona, the Colorado River area is another region to explore. Here luxurious riverside rentals offer incredible views and the soothing sound of rushing water. The Colorado River is popular for fishing, water skiing, and sailing. These luxury vacations in Arizona will have a much more serene spin to them. Cabins will offer all the amenities you need to kick back and relax with your loved ones after an adventurous day in the great outdoors.
The Greater Phoenix Area
Many trips to Arizona are also focused on the urban centers of the state. From Phoenix to Scottsdale, this central section of the state delivers serious heat. Escape from the cold this winter to play golf on the local courses and enjoy steamy nights at local restaurants sipping on refreshing cocktails. Other travelers decide to use Phoenix as a launching point for exploring the rest of the state. Go ahead and rent that luxury convertible of your dreams and hit the open road.
Tucson and Southern Arizona
If you’re thinking about planning luxury vacations in Arizona, you might have an idea of deserts and real southwestern scenery. To visit the wild west and see your fair share of cacti, plan a trip to Tucson and Southern Arizona. Luxurious rentals will be the perfect way to begin your day before getting adventurous by visiting ghost towns and touring the desert to see incredible rock formations. If you’ve never been exposed to this type of landscape, you might be surprised at what you see. Be sure to remember you sunscreen, sunglasses, and a hat — it can get really hot in this part of Arizona!
The Many Faces of Arizona
Instead of planning another trip to California or Florida, give Arizona a try. You will still escape the cold winters of the north, but this state gives the opportunity to see and do many things. If you have a relaxing vacation in mind it will still be possible to sunbathe with a good book on the deck of your private rental, but the rest of the time you can be exploring the Grand Canyon, rafting down the Colorado River, or doing some shopping in Phoenix. From spa treatments to more golf courses than you can count, whatever your vice is, you will be able to enjoy it fully within Arizona’s borders.