You might not think of Arizona as a great destination in the summer. The heat is legendary, and this landlocked state might seem like a bad place to go during the hottest months. But Arizona in the summer is actually fantastic!
If you’re willing to adapt to “desert-time,” getting up a little earlier so you can enjoy the cooler parts of the day then taking a mid-day nap so you can head outside again in the evening, summertime in Arizona can be perfect. The landscape during the summer is at its best. There are pools on every corner to help you cool off, and hotel rates during the summer make it so that travelers can make the most out of their vacation budget!
Use this list of hotels with great summer deals to inspire your summertime desert vacation.
The spacious rooms and classic Southwestern architecture at this resort add to the beauty of your vacation. And the gardens and art collection at the resort elevate the experience even more!
You’ll love staying at the Camelback. The resort offers luxurious spa treatments, access to hiking trails with great views, and extensive pools. There are also four restaurants and a Starbucks at this resort. One of the restaurants serves the pools!
2. Hermosa Inn
The Hermosa Inn was created in the 1930s as an artist’s private escape, and it maintains its origins in art and beauty. Guests can admire the Southwestern and cowboy art that’s displayed all over the property as well as the luxurious gardens.
Their spring bed and breakfast deal is running until mid-May and provides guests with 15% off of their stay and a $50 breakfast credit for each day of their stay. And their other offers, which are updated often, are just as great!
3. Arizona Biltmore
This Waldorf Astoria Resort is located on 39 sprawling acres of pools and gardens right in the heart of Phoenix. If you’re looking to take in the beautiful Southwestern art of Phoenix, this is the resort for you. The Arizona Biltmore is just a short drive from both the Heard Museum, which highlights the art of the area’s native peoples, and the Phoenix Art Museum.
Lounge around one of the resort’s eight pools or head into the spa for a multitude of relaxing treatments. Right now, the Arizona Biltmore is offering several discounts for travelers looking to book a trip for the summer. Their long-weekender offer gets you up to a 50% discount on the last day of your Friday through Sunday stay! And their all-inclusive package gets guests meals for two all day long as well as discounts on spa treatments.
4. The Phoenician
This stunning luxury resort offers palatial rooms and luxurious amenities in Scottsdale, AZ. In addition to their beautiful rooms, you can also rent out private casitas on the spacious resort property. Guests can dine at one of several highly-rated resort restaurants and even enjoy afternoon tea!
In addition to all of these wonderful features, you can enjoy an array of fantastic summer deals. Their deals range from spa packages with credits toward spa treatments for every night of your stay to family packages that offer 25% off booking on a second room for kids!
5. Hilton Phoenix Resort at the Peak
One of the best perks of vacationing in Phoenix is that you can hop in an outdoor pool all year long. The Phoenix Resort at the Peak, formerly known as The Pointe, is the perfect resort to kick back and relax by the unique and spacious pool. It also enjoys proximity to the mountains and trails of the Phoenix area, which are perfect for early morning hikes!
Their Southwestern architecture and styling sets the stage for a perfect desert vacation. And if you’re bringing the family, take advantage of the onsite pools and waterpark! While the resort doesn’t currently have any specific running deals, they are known for lowering their regular rates during the summer months. Keep an eye on their booking site for deals!
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