Cheap Phoenix Vacations

Your Phoenix vacation

Phoenix vacations are great if you like to explore the mysteries of the desert. It's also a fun place for spring mountain bike riding and hiking. In fact, the Summit Trail at Piestewa Peak is one of the most popular hiking destinations in America. As the capital of Arizona, Phoenix has many historic landmarks and museums. Even though Phoenix gets incredibly hot in the summer, it's a great place to get wet at water parks or in the Salt River. The largest and newest water park in town is called Wet 'n' Wild Phoenix, which is very popular during Spring Break.

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Cheap Phoenix Vacation Packages

Studio 6 Phoenix Deer Valley

2 stars
2.7 / 5 3 reviews
Studio 6 Phoenix Deer - Valley AZ is located off of I-17 N Union Hills Drive exit 214. Universities, shopping, and golf courses are within 5 miles. Our modern rooms include fully equipped kitchens, iron and ironing board, and Wi-Fi for a small fee.
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Nightly rates from $53

Renaissance Phoenix Downtown Hotel

4 stars
4.0 / 5 177 reviews
High style meets old-fashioned customer service in downtown PhoenixHigh style meets old-fashioned customer service at this downtown Phoenix address. The hotel is the winner of an American Society for Interior Design award. Sharp details such as cobalt blue granite and hand-blown glass lighting adorn the hip lobby and carry over into sleek guest rooms. A heated rooftop pool is a respite from urban hustle. The dry sauna and full-service hair and nail salon await to pamper off the lobby. Two on-site restaurants satisfy food cravings. Highlights Adjacent to Phoenix Light-Rail stop Heated rooftop pool One block away from the Phoenix Convention Center. RoomsMost of the 532 rooms and suites were recently updated in chocolate brown hues with splashes of signature cobalt blue and rusty orange. Expect embossed wallpaper, Herman Miller ergonomic desk chairs and upholstered headboards. Luxury bedding sits atop Serta mattresses. Aveda bath products beckon in the decked out bathrooms. High-speed Internet access, a spacious work area, and two-line speakerphone offer convenience. Upgrades include one- or two-bedroom suites with two or three full bathrooms. DiningThe restaurant is near many downtown Phoenix restaurants. On site is the Icon Lounge, a hangout serving small dishes with global infusions. Marston's is known for its breakfast buffets, but it serves American fare at lunch and dinner, too. Recreation A heated pool and terrace sits on the 19th floor. The dry sauna and full-service hair and nail salon await with more pampering just off the lobby.   Transportation Phoenix Sky Harbor International AirportScottsdale Airport Attractions Downtown Phoenix (0.0 mi/ 0.0 km)Heard Museum (1.7 mi/ 2.8 km)Phoenix Zoo (8.5 mi/13.7 km)Desert Botanical Garden (9.4 mi/15.1 km) Business 60,000 square feet of flexible and funky spaces with full event services for eight to 1,100 peopleSpecialized group outings Full-service business center Policies and fees Parking Fee is $27Additional adult charge is $20.
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Arizona Grand Resort

4 stars
4.0 / 5 225 reviews
Family-friendly Phoenix hotel with a water park and golf courseThis Phoenix resort is a destination for families and business people. The Arizona Grand Resort is set at the base of a 17,000-acre mountain preserve and on an award-winning golf course. There is a seven-acre water park. Business types can appreciate the 117,000 square feet of meeting space. There are multiple dining venues. The resort is just six miles from downtown Tempe. Highlights 60 miles of trails in South Mountain Park/PreserveAn 18-hole golf course20,000-square-foot Athletic Club with 45 weekly classes Rooms Expect warm and crisp decor with touches of rattan and bamboo. The 740 suites invite relaxation with Grand Dream Sleeper pillow-top mattresses and a private balcony or patio. Views are of the city, mountain, the seven-acre water park or 18-hole golf course. Suites range from one bedroom to multiple bedrooms with full kitchens and bathrooms. High speed Wi-Fi accessible (fees apply). Dining There are multiple options for on-site dining. The Oasis Bar and Grill serves up lunches, soft-serve ice cream, and adult libations. The Lobby Bar & Grill features breakfast, lunch, and dinner in an open kitchen with wood-fired pizzas, rotisserie chicken, and steaks. The Marketplace Cafe is a convenient stop for a treat, sandwich or a Starbucks coffee. Aunt Chilada's serves Mexican cuisine for lunch and dinner. The family-owned Rustler's Rooste Western steakhouse has been open since 1971 and is adjacent to the resort.   Recreation Arizona Grand Golf Course features mountain vistas and a demanding par 71 layout. Oasis Water Park, voted as a Top 10 waterpark by the Travel Channel, features an eight-story tower with three water slides, wave pool, lazy river and a 25-person hot tub. The 20,000-square-foot Athletic Club has 45 weekly classes and tons of equipment. Arizona Grand Spa has full spa and salon services. Transportation Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport (7.1 mi/ 11.4 km)Scottsdale Executive Airport (23.3 mi/37.6 km) Attractions Downtown Tempe (6.2 mi/10 km)Desert Botanical Garden (10.3 mi/16.6 km)Phoenix Zoo (7.8 mi/12.6 km)   Business 117,000 square feet of meeting space includes two ballrooms and a 20,000-square-foot exhibition pavilionFull-service planning staffFull-service business center Policies and fees The resort fee includes unlimited local phone calls, unlimited access for credit card, toll-free and collect phone calls, one daily in-suite pot of coffee, delivery of USA Today newspaper to the suite (Monday through Friday), Athletic Club admittance, shuttle to Arizona Mills Mall, incoming/ outgoing faxes and wireless high-speed internet access Guests must be at least 16 years of age to use the Athletic Club and guests must be at least 48-inches or taller to ride water slides. The Oasis water park is open 7 days a week President's Day through Labor Day and weekends only in September and October.  It is closed November through February.  The resort fee will increase up to $40 when the Oasis water park is open. Resort fee will also include four Oasis water park wrist bands during the guests' stay.
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Candlewood Suites PHOENIX

2 stars
4.1 / 5 28 reviews
Come and experience our new Comforts of Home Bedding Collection. At the Candlewood Suites Phoenix hotel, we put the amenities where they really count: in your room. Big and built for comfort, it's the ultimate suite for the business traveler. Each suite has a full kitchen complete with microwave and full size refrigerator. Work efficiently at your over-sized executive desk with two separate phone lines - check email and talk on the phone at the same time. Relax in the overstuffed recliner while you enjoy the CD player and VCR. Borrow your favorites from our free video and CD library. Work off some stress in our fitness center or visit our Candlewood Cupboard. You can purchase meals, snacks and sundry items at value prices. We're a pet friendly hotel, too (fees apply). The Candlewood Suites Phoenix hotel is an all suites hotel near Honeywell Automation College and close to Cactus League MLB Spring Training. We are a 2010 Cactus League Spring Training hotel! The Candlewood Suites Phoenix hotel is located near Maryvale Stadium and Peoria Sports Complex. We are a 2009 Phoenix International Raceway hotel! The Candlewood Suites Phoenix hotel is located near Phoenix International Raceway. Coming November 13-15, 2009 you can see the Nascar Checker O'Reilley Auto Parts 500. This hotel is committed to providing accessible facilities under the American Disabilities Act. If your accessibility needs are not met, please contact the Hotel Manager on Duty. Should you require additional information regarding accessible facilities for guests with disabilities, please call 1-800-Holiday (U.S. and Canada) or contact the hotel directly. For the hearing impaired, TDD service is available at 1-800-238-5544 within the U.S. and Canada.
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Clarendon Hotel and Spa

4 stars
3.7 / 5 109 reviews
Comfort and convenience in a relaxed and friendly environment With an ideal location in downtown Phoenix and a variety of comfortable amenities available, the Clarendon Hotel and Spa has much to offer. Guests staying at the hotel are provided with recreational facilities such as a pool, as well as convenient business amenities. One of the hotel's highlights is its award-winning rooftop deck; a great place to relax with a drink whilst enjoying live entertainment and spectacular views of the city at sunset. The hotel also has a restaurant, where Mexican cuisine is predominantly on the menu. After a tiring day, patrons can have relaxing massages and treatments at the full-service spa on site. 3 Reasons To Stay:Prime location offering easy access to attractions such as the Phoenix Museum of History Relaxing pool area Rooftop deck offering stunning views of Phoenix's skyline and mountains Clarendon Hotel and Spa RoomsAll the accommodation at the Clarendon Hotel and Spa is spacious and non-smoking. There are a total of three room types, Deluxe, Junior and Pool View, each of which is packed with comfortable, modern amenities. All are equipped with a television, coffee-making facilities and a safe, while Junior rooms and Pool View rooms offer a heating and cooling system for extra comfort. Pool View rooms are ideal for families and business guests, as they feature spacious living room areas and sofa beds. Extra amenities and services, such as internet access, mini-bar, bottled water and long-distance telephone calls can be supplied for an additional fee. All rooms include bathrobes and hairdryers for extra comfort and convenience and accommodation with disabled access and facilities is available upon request. Things To Do: Downtown Phoenix's business districts (only a few minutes away from Clarendon Hotel and Spa) Heard Museum (2 mi/3.2 km) Phoenix Art Museum (2.2 mi/3.5 km) AMC 24 Theatres (3.2 mi/5.1 km) Herberger Theater Center (3.4 mi/5.4 km) Symphony Hall (3.5 mi/5.6 km) US Airways Arena (3.6 mi/5.7 km) Phoenix Civic Plaza (3.7 mi/5.9 km) Phoenix Museum of History (4 mi/6.4 km) Chase Field (4 mi/6.4 km) Policies and feesThe $20/day resort fee covers the following: Wi-Fi, parking, worldwide calls, unlimited mini bar food items and soft drinks, 2 pool passes for your guests and a free personal training session at UltraFit Boot Camp.
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Departure Arrival Travel dates Round-trip
New York Phoenix Sun, Jul 12 - Sat, Jul 18 $337
Chicago Phoenix Fri, Jun 12 - Wed, Jun 17 $244
Detroit Phoenix Tue, Jul 21 - Wed, Jul 22 $400
Seattle Phoenix Wed, Jul 8 - Tue, Jul 14 $304
Minneapolis Phoenix Wed, Jun 3 - Sat, Jun 6 $260
Newark Phoenix Fri, Jun 12 - Sun, Jun 21 $325
Denver Phoenix Wed, Jul 1 - Tue, Jul 7 $97
Milwaukee Phoenix Wed, Jul 8 - Sat, Jul 11 $314
Atlanta Phoenix Wed, Jul 8 - Tue, Jul 14 $343
Philadelphia Phoenix Tue, Jul 14 - Sat, Jul 18 $384
Baltimore Phoenix Wed, Jun 17 - Fri, Jun 19 $377
Boston Phoenix Thu, Jun 11 - Tue, Jun 16 $293
Washington DC Phoenix Tue, Jun 16 - Wed, Jul 15 $327
Portland Phoenix Tue, Jul 14 - Sat, Jul 18 $281
Dallas Phoenix Mon, Jun 15 - Tue, Jun 23 $127
Los Angeles Phoenix Tue, Jun 23 - Tue, Jun 30 $146
Indianapolis Phoenix Fri, Jul 3 - Wed, Jul 8 $326
Pittsburgh Phoenix Tue, Jul 14 - Wed, Jul 22 $409
Fort Lauderdale Phoenix Tue, Jun 9 - Wed, Jun 17 $302
San Francisco Phoenix Thu, Jul 2 - Tue, Jul 7 $138
Orlando Phoenix Wed, Jul 1 - Tue, Jul 7 $401
Kansas City Phoenix Tue, Jul 14 - Wed, Jul 22 $228
Charlotte Phoenix Mon, Jul 13 - Wed, Jul 15 $471
Tampa Phoenix Tue, Jun 2 - Sat, Jun 6 $416
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  • Best Time to Go

    You will enjoy Phoenix vacations much better outside the summer months, unless you enjoy extreme heat. Phoenix is a desert with subtropical climate, and is easily the hottest major city in America, hitting 100 degrees nearly a third of the year. But winters can be cold in Phoenix, dipping below 40 degrees in January. December through February are usually the only cold months, while March and April have the most comfortable weather. The closest regular winter snow is in Flagstaff, Arizona.

  • South Mountain Park

    South Mountain Park covers 16,000 acres, making it the largest municipal park in America with horseback riding, hiking, and mountain bike riding.

  • Rawhide Western Town and Steakhouse

    Rawhide Western Town and Steakhouse is an Old West-themed recreational family restaurant with antique shops, train rides, stagecoach rides, horseback riding, a petting ranch and much more.

  • Chase Field

    Chase Field made world history by being the first state of the art air-conditioned indoor baseball complex with a retractable roof over real grass.

  • Phoenix Mountains

    The Phoenix Mountains are located in Downtown Phoenix, attracting hikers and mountain bikers with plenty of trails.

  • Arizona State University

    Arizona State University has the largest enrollment of any university in America, with over 70,000 students spread over four campuses in Phoenix and nearby Tempe.

  • Lake Pleasant Regional Park

    Lake Pleasant Regional Park, which includes the human-made reservoir Lake Pleasant, is a recreational area northwest of Phoenix, built for fishing, boating, and water sports.

  • Arizona Mining and Mineral Museum

    The Arizona Mining and Mineral Museum, run by the Arizona Historical Society, features exhibits of mining industry rocks, minerals, and prehistoric artifacts.

  • Old Town Scottsdale

    Old Town Scottsdale is a charming preservation of history, featuring art galleries, a memorial of architect Frank Lloyd Wright, and some of Arizona's best restaurants.

  • Arizona State University Planetarium

    Arizona State University Planetarium, also known as the Flandrau Science Center, merges the themes of nature and science, with an emphasis on astronomy.

  • Ro Ho En

    The Japanese Friendship Garden called Ro Ho En is jointly-operated by both the city of Phoenix and the city of Himej, Japan, and features a tea garden.

  • Desert Botanical Garden

    The Desert Botanical Garden covers 140 acres, housing over 20,000 plants, with over 100 rare desert species such as indigenous cactus plants.

  • Tovrea Castle

    Tovrea Castle, owned and revitalized by the city of Phoenix, is one of Arizona's most historic and visible landmarks, built in 1928, developed with an amazing desert garden.

  • Phoenix Zoo

    Phoenix Zoo, the biggest non-profit zoo in America, covers 125 acres that include more than 1,300 animals and a petting zoo.

  • Cosanti

    Seventy miles north of Phoenix, Cosanti is an artistic desert gallery and "Earth House" owned by architect Paolo Soleri.

  • Sunrise Trail

    Sunrise Trail at McDowell Mountains, located in the middle of the city, is one of the most popular hiking trails overlooking Phoenix.

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