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Holidays in Arizona

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Top Arizona Flight & Hotel Packages

Alexis Park All Suite Resort
The Palazzo at The Venetian
The Venetian Resort Las Vegas
Virgin Hotels Las Vegas, Curio Collection by Hilton
Conrad Las Vegas at Resorts World

Top hotels in Arizona

Hilton Phoenix Resort at the Peak
Hilton Phoenix Resort at the Peak
4 out of 5
7677 N 16th St, Phoenix, AZ
Fully refundableReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is NZ$230 per night from 17 Aug. to 17 Aug.
3.7/5Good! (1,592 reviews)
"Loved the price and the resort fee actually gives you something to pay a fee for! Would definitely stay here again!"

Reviewed on 5 Aug. 2021

Hilton Phoenix Resort at the Peak
Yavapai Lodge - Inside the Park
Yavapai Lodge - Inside the Park
2 out of 5
11 Yavapai Lodge Road, PO Box 159, Grand Canyon, AZ
The price is NZ$297 per night from 26 Aug. to 26 Aug.
4.2/5Very Good! (4,881 reviews)
"Such a convenient location to be able to see a sunrise and/or sunset. A quick walk to the shuttle. Would have been convenient to have a microwave in the room, but that wasn’t a big deal for us. Elk come walking right near the room!"

Reviewed on 4 Aug. 2021

Yavapai Lodge - Inside the Park
Red Feather Lodge
Red Feather Lodge
3 out of 5
300 State Route 64, Grand Canyon, AZ
Fully refundableReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is NZ$249 per night from 1 Sep. to 1 Sep.
4.2/5Excellent! (5,861 reviews)
"Easy access to everything. Restaurant on property. Within walking distance to all restaurants and stores."

Reviewed on 3 Aug. 2021

Red Feather Lodge
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Top activities in Arizona

Arizona Holiday Packages

Enjoy southwestern cuisine and NativeAmerican crafts and culture in sprawling modern cities. Visit strikinglybeautiful landscapes in three national parks.

Lookdown into the depths of the Grand Canyon,up to the red rocks of Sedona or allaround at the prickly saguaro cacti to appreciate the range of Arizona’snatural beauty. Several large cities offer contrasting interests of modernconveniences and Native American culture.

The ColoradoRiver winds through northern Arizona, etching a path 1 mile (1.6 kilometres)deep through colourful sedimentary rocks to create the Grand Canyon. Visit thisnational park north of Flagstaff.It’s particularly striking to observe the sunrise, with the walls graduallylighting up as the sun rises above the horizon. Reserve in advance to stay in the rustic Phantom Ranch lodge at the river level and hike or ride a mule downthe steep switchback trail.

Near Holbrook, see very old artifacts in Petrified Forest National Park and the PaintedDesert: dinosaur fossils and petrified wood that are more than 200 millionyears old along with more than 13,000 years of human history at 350 NativeAmerican sites.

Go toPhoenix for big-city excitement witha laidback style. Enjoy diverse attractions that include museums forfirefighting and musical instruments, castle and pueblo architecture and abotanical garden in this unlikely desert location. Arizona State University-West Campus, with over 60,000 students,offers an incredible college sports scene and a renowned public art collection.

Drivefurther south to Tucson for greatgolf. Here you’ll find Saguaro NationalPark and other outdoor spots with the tall tree-like cacti and desertwildlife. The Mexican border is just an hour’s drive south. Sample Arizona’sunique cuisine of authentic Mexican salsas, prickly pear cactus cocktails andbaked goods made with sweet mesquite flour.

Summersin Arizona are very hot and dry. The rest of the year is pleasant, making thestate a popular spot for people seeking an active retirement or a relaxingvacation. Watch the desert come alive with bright flowers after a rare rainshower. In winter, you can even go snow skiing in Flagstaff and Williams.

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