Arizona Grand Resort is a AAA Four Diamond getaway in Phoenix, Arizona, offering 740 guest accommodations, a 18-hole golf course, a health spa, a 7-acre water park and seven unique dining venues. The 20,000 square foot spa and fitness center offers an array of relaxing treatments as well as over 45 weekly exercise classes including Pilates, swimming, water Tai Chi, yoga and Boot Camp. With all these activities to choose from it will be easy to stay active on your family weekend getaway. Click here for great Arizona weekend packages.
The Oasis is one of the largest resort water adventures in the United States. It features the Slide Canyon Tower, a 83-feet high tower with three different slides with speeds up to 35 mph. The Oasis Wave Pool has two-foot action waves simulate open water swells, a waterfall and an area where you can play water volleyball and basketball. The Zuni Active River is a 950-foot long, 12-foot wide side-by-side river for double inner tubing. The Caliente Springs Hot Tub overlooks the wave pool's waterfall and gardens. If you are planning a family weekend getaway in Arizona, the water park also offer Wild Cat Springs, a 800 square foot area designed especially for kids.
The Phantom Horse Golf Club features a par-71 18-hole course and an indoor golf training center where you can work on your game on your golf vacation.
Arizona Grand Resort for Families
The resort offers children's programs for kids ages 12 and under. Kids Korral, for ages under 5, includes story time, toys and stuffed animals, coloring books and other supervised activities. Cactus Kids Club, for ages 5 to 12, offers hiking, swimming, crafts, games and movies.
Measuring 38,000 square feet in size, the spa offers a selection of massage therapies and desert-inspired body treatments. At the fitness center you can work out on your own, or attend one of the 40 weekly exercise classes available to resort guests on vacation.
Rooms & Suites
The resort has 640 all-suite accommodations with a private patio or balcony, private bedroom and separate living room and a queen size sleeper sofa in living room. Room rates at Arizona Grand Resort start at $180 per night.
Where to Eat
Arizona Grand Resort has several restaurants serving Mexican, Southwestern and California cuisine with Asian influences.
VacationIdea.com Vacation Tip
Book your activities before you go, especially during the high season in the winter.