Arizona

Lake Havasu City, Arizona

Year-round sunshine and nearly limitless adventure opportunities have earned Lake Havasu City the well-deserved moniker of “Arizona’s Playground”. Whether you’re looking for exhilarating outdoor adventure or just soaking up the warm rays of an Arizonian afternoon, Lake Havasu has you more than covered. With 60 miles of pristine, navigable waters ways and over 400 miles of shoreline, this is truly a desert Oasis. And of course all this water is put to good use. Known also as the “Personal Watercraft Capital of the World”, water filled adventure is free flowing. Whether you’re into boating, waterskiing, paddle boarding, kayaking, jet skiing, or just swimming; Lake Havasu is your home for liquid adrenaline. Ample watercraft rental facilities ensure that you’re never left high and dry. But this getaway is so much more than the lake itself. Grab your clubs and a tee time, and get out for some golf on the well-groomed course. Roam the desert landscape with an off-roading adventure in a Jeep rental. Even take to the skies in hot air balloon ride that you’ll never forget. Just when you think you have Lake Havasu pegged, it delivers some truly unexpected surprises. The London Bridge, yes that London Bridge, was sold to the City of Lake Havasu and painstakingly reassembled to span the lake. You’ll also find more lighthouses here than anywhere else in the nation. 24 East Coast replica lighthouses, set to a 1/3 scale, dot the shoreline and make you forget you’re actually in Arizona. Exceed your expectations of adventure at Lake Havasu City.  

WorldMark Havasu Dunes

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620 Lake Havasu Avenue, Lake Havasu City, Arizona

Let WorldMark Havasu Dunes be the host of your next getaway! With warm, mild weather, and blue skies year-round, this desert community offers up no shortage of outdoor activities—from four area golf courses to beaches surrounded by spectacular views, and so much more. Amongst the adobe-style buildings, palm trees sprinkle the ar...

Phoenix, Arizona

Set within the Valley of the Sun, Phoenix is the heart and soul of the American Southwest. The tale of Phoenix is one of extremes. A bustling city, the fifth largest in the country in fact, is set against the harsh beauty of the Sonoran desert. Long-lived and stately, the Grand Saguaros cacti that dot the arid desert gradually give way to the bright lights of a cosmopolitan cityscape. Here nature blends perfectly with big city fun. Recognizing its natural riches, Phoenix has set aside 41,000 acres, more land for parks and preserves than any other major city in the nation. 200 miles of desert trekking are spread among 88 trails throughout the city, including trails in the South Mountain Park & Preserve, iconic Camelback Mountain, and the picturesque Piestewa Peak among many others. And of course, it’s considered to be the ‘Gateway to the Grand Canyon’, at just a little more than three hours due south of the park. Big city offerings are abundantly apparent with the area’s ample theaters, shopping, dining, and museums. Immerse yourself in the storied Native American culture at the Heard Museum, where 22 individual tribes converge to celebrate their traditions and culture. Heritage Square offers visitors both the Pizzeria Bianco (best pizza in the nation) and Nobuo at Teeter House, both winners of the prestigious James Beard Award winners. Bask in the warmth of the Southwest in sun filled Phoenix.  

WorldMark Phoenix South Mountain

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4647 E Francisco Drive, Phoenix, Arizona

Craving a peaceful getaway to the capital of Arizona, with year-round sunshine and comfortable temperatures? You’ll get just that and more when you stay at WorldMark Phoenix - South Mountain. This resort sprinkles the native spirit amongst its surroundings, and offers an unbeatable southwestern home away from home. Not to mentio...

Scottsdale, Arizona

If your ideal travel destination is one with a blend of the picturesque gifts of nature with an array of lively dining and entertainment choices, then you’ve met your match with the vibrant city of Scottsdale. With pure sunshine and mild temps filling over 300 days of every year, Scottsdale is the perfect place to expose your outdoorsy-side. Whether it’s through a DIY off-road tour of the Sonoran Desert, or whitewater rafting at McDowell Sonoran Preserve, this city is sure to fill your heart with an unceasing appreciation for nature.

Scottsdale Links Resort

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16858 North Perimeter Drive, Scottsdale, Arizona

Framed by picturesque views of the McDowell Mountains and the stark desert scenery is the Scottsdale Links Resort. Out of this arid landscape, the lushly landscaped grounds spring to life, and provide an oasis of rest and relaxation. Accommodations at the Scottsdale Links are just as spectacular. One, two, and three bedroom units...

Scottsdale Villa Mirage

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7887 East Princess Boulevard, Scottsdale, AZ

Sample the seductive beauty of the sun-drenched Sonoran Desert from the elegant Scottsdale Villa Mirage. Well-appointed, condo-style residences contain all the features you could ever want to make your stay complete. Full kitchens and spacious layouts invite you spend time unwinding among the accommodations, while the excitement...

WorldMark Scottsdale

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8235 E Indian Bend Road, Scottsdale, Arizona

Escape to a southwestern oasis within the Sonoran Desert at WorldMark Scottsdale! Surrounded by the stunning Red Rocks, a mountain haven, and championship golf courses, you’re bound to enjoy this Scottsdale getaway. Whether you’re interested in hiking, fishing, golf, horseback riding, shopping, art galleries, local dining, or...

Sedona, Arizona

Whether your type of relaxation includes a trip to one of the vast selections of spas in the area for a peaceful yoga session, or pictures a solitary sunset-gaze by the pool, Sedona is one of the few places on Earth with the ability to have you leave feeling both energized and completely rejuvenated at the same time. It’s no wonder why this Arizona pearl has been nominated as ‘Best Romantic North American Vacation Destination’! But there’s only way to know whether you agree or not…  

Ridge on Sedona Golf Resort

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55 Sunridge Circle, Sedona, Arizona

Springing up from the arid desert are rusty red-painted rock formations, which will capture the eye and enchant the soul. Amongst this truly one of a kind natural spectacle, the charming Ridge on Sedona Resort is perched. Against this backdrop, luxurious residential units provide peace that is in perfect harmony with nature. Th...

Sedona Summit

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4055 Navoti Drive, Sedona, AZ

Sedona Summit Resort is your launching pad to adventure in the Red Rocks, Sedona, and the surrounding area. The Upper Sedona Plateau surrounds the resort with unbelievable views of the iconic Red Rocks and majestic mountains. Get out there and explore! Slide Rock State Park and Coconino National Forest contain beauty worth disco...

Wyndham Sedona

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1500 Kestrel Circle, Sedona, AZ

Located in the midst of the Arizona’s famous Red Rocks, Wyndham Sedona brings guests face to face with this awe inspiring beauty. While here, you can comfortably enjoy the stunning scenery from your tastefully appointed, villa style residence. Bask in the sun, or swim under the soft glow of the moon at the 24-hour onsite pool....

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