Arizona & Vegas
The hotels in Vegas offer the most astounding array of facilities whilst Park accommodation tends to be contrastingly simple. Scottsdale is home to some excellent Resorts, perfect for taking a few days out from being on the road.
Crowned the ‘Jewel of the Desert’ when it opened in 1929, with luxurious facilities and distinctive design, the resort, located in Phoenix, has long been the playground for the rich and famous. Today the Biltmore remains Arizona’s historic Grande Dame offering a pampered retreat for visitors.
Step through the doors of MGM Grand and enter a world of amplified and unforgettable Las Vegas. Once you have passed the impressive entrance, featuring a 45-foot bronze lion statue, guests can choose one of over 5,000 guest rooms and enjoy the Grand Pool Complex covering 6.6 acres!
Amangiri, or ‘peaceful mountain’ is located on a 243-hectare expanse of wilderness in Southern Utah, close to the border with Arizona, 15 minutes from Lake Powell. The resort is tucked into a protected valley with sweeping views to colourful, stratified rock, deep canyons and towering plateaus.
This luxurious Resort is located high in the Sonoran Desert, outside of town, in the cooling foothills of Pinnacle Peak. Guests can relax in charming Southwestern-style casitas and dine amongst astonishing scenery.
Set amidst flowering cactus and framed against the majestic McDowell Mountains, this remarkable hotels’ features include a 2.5 acre Water Park and Native American education centre. It is also only minutes from a host of activities available in Scottsdale and the surrounding Sonoran desert.