Top Arizona All-Inclusive Vacations
Rancho De Los Caballeros
Ever wanted an authentic cowboy experience? Of course you have. Who hasn’t wanted to swing onto a dusty horse, adjust their 10-gallon hat, and lasso a couple of runaway steers? While there’s no guarantee that Rancho de los Caballeros can help you accomplish all of that specifically, they nonetheless can provide you with a definitively cowpoke weekend.
Rancho de los Caballeros has a nigh-endless supply of fun activities for you and your family to participate in. Of course there’s horseback riding, and with 20,000 acres of scenic Sonoran desert to explore, it’s rather unlikely that you’ll end up riding the same path twice. But how about hay rides, ATV and jeep tours, and even hot air balloon rides? Each offers a unique perspective of the gorgeous Arizonan landscape. If you need some relaxation, hit up the spa, pool, or do some bird-watching! An all-inclusive stay at Rancho de los Caballeros only is limited by your imagination.
1551 S. Vulture Mine Road, Wickenburg, AZ 85390
As of 2013, 6,604.
Wickenburg is 11.5 mi².close
The Boulders Resort
Find your oasis at The Boulders Resort and Spa. Smack dab in the Sonoran Desert, this little slice of heaven is the perfect place to take it easy in an otherwise harsh environment. No it's not a mirage; it’s a stupendous vacation location.
With multiple themes available for your potential abode, an all-inclusive stay at The Boulders is all about choice. The Casitas, Executive Suites, Villas, Haciendas and the Villa Retreat are each uniquely designed with elegant southwestern décor and feature wood-burning fireplaces, beamed ceilings, and natural stone showers. Outside of your room, there’s plenty to do. Grab your clubs and hit one of the two award-winning golf courses on the property. Work up a sweat playing some tennis, then go for a refreshing dip in a pool. And at the end of the day, gain absolute relaxation at the 33000 square foot spa, with hot stone massages and a cleansing facial. Of course there’s nearby shopping, horseback riding, and plenty more.
34631 N Tom Darlington Dr., Carefree, AZ 85377
2,382′ above sea level
The state bird of Arizona is the Cactus Wren.close
Circle Z Ranch
Be it for individual, twosome, or family, Circle Z Ranch has been providing excellent product and service since 1976. With the jaw-dropping Sky Islands as a backdrop and seven authentically detailed adobe cottages available for rental, you certainly won't regret choosing Circle Z for an all-inclusive vacation.
If you’re trying to experience all Circle Z has to offer, you’re going to end up going to bed exhausted. Horseback riding, as it is throughout Arizona, is a staple here. Circle Z gets guests of every skill level, and is more than happy to offer riding lessons for the less-experienced. There’s also tennis courts, and a heated pool if for some reason it isn't blisteringly hot that particular day. Food is, of course, gourmet and prepared using fresh and local ingredients. Then allow the unbelievably good-natured staff show you to your cabin. You’ll sleep like a rock, guaranteed.
Circle Z Ranch - P.O. Box 194, Patagonia, AZ 85624
In 2010, the population of Patagonia was 913.
This Patagonia has no relation to the one in southern Chile/Argentina!close
White Stallion Ranch
According to TripAdvisor, the White Stallion Ranch is the number one hotel in Tucson. Yes, out of 131 hotels, the White Stallion Ranch was rated by guests as the best, bar none. That simple fact seems telling in itself as to the type of quality you can expect when staying there: unprecedented service, exquisite accommodations, and superior fun.
White Stallion Ranch owns one of the largest private herds of horses in Arizona, and their multitude of riding experts will expertly match each guest with a specific horse for the duration of their stay, based on their experience, height, weight and riding ambitions. After that, throw caution to the winds and explore the surrounding wilderness. If you prefer watching people ride horses as opposed to riding yourself, the Ranch hosts a rodeo every now and then, complete with bucking bulls, rodeo clowns, and barrels of fun. Want nothing to do with horses at all? While it’s peculiar that you chose to go to a ranch, perhaps you’d enjoy rock climbing on one of the cliffs at the east end of the ranch. A climbing guide will be there to oversee your safety, but otherwise it's just you versus mother nature herself. How can you resist?
9251 W. Twin Peaks Rd., Tucson, Arizona 85743
Tucson is 2,388′ above sea level.
The state flower of Arizona is the Saguaro.close
“All-inclusive” doesn’t have to mean “All-activities”. Sometimes you need a vacation to rejuvenate yourself, to relax, and to just take some “you” time. Nowhere in Tucson knows this better than Miraval, a spa that's only desire is to pamper you until the end of time.
Miraval is host to some of the most innovative spa services in the world. Their staff of expert therapists have studied all over the world, and are fluent in a multitude of techniques that will soothe your weary body. Treatments like Shamana-Karma, Abhyanga, and the “Ultimate Ayurvedic Treatment” are all options, and while it’s uncertain what each does, rest assured that you’ll leave each feeling exceptional. When you aren’t getting some intense relaxation, go out and enjoy yourself in the beautiful Sonoran desert. Miraval offers daily yoga, fitness, hiking, meditation, and wellness lectures against its natural splendor, a setting that only serves to enhance the experience.
5000 E.via Estancia Miraval, Tucson, Arizona 85739
The Arizona State Museum on the University of Arizona Campus is home to the world’s largest and most well-documented collection of Southwest Indian pottery.
Aside from the Amazon Rainforest, Tucson is home to more bird species than any other region on earth.close
Few resorts in the United States can compare to the natural splendor that surrounds the Enchantment Resort. The majestic oranges, reds, and browns of Boynton Canyon are all around you- almost as if the southwest itself has swallowed you whole. However, the predicament is far from dire. You’re in one of the premier resorts in Arizona!
Your five-star accommodations include cozy fireplaces for chilly evenings, beautiful furnishings and authentic Southwestern flair. Dine at any of the resorts six luxury restaurants, where you can, as they claim on their website, “dine where the food lives up to the view”. And what an incredible view it is. The towering cliffs and formations of Boynton Canyon have inspired guests’ minds, bodies and spirits for years, and undoubtedly will have a similar effect on you. Of course there are plenty of other things to do in an all-inclusive stay. Golf, hike, climb, or relax at the spa for however long you desire. the Enchantment’s spectacular staff will make your life a piece of cake.
525 Boynton Canyon Road, Sedona, AZ 86336
The city of Phoenix lies 114 miles to the south, Las Vegas is 278 miles to the northwest and Los Angles is 482 miles to the west. The Grand Canyon is 110 miles north of Sedona.
The major Industries in Sedona are tourism and hospitality, recreation, retail shopping and art galleries.close
L'Auberge De Sedona
L’Auberge de Sedona is about , in a word, you. Human beings have a limit on the amount of stress they can take, work they can do, and problems they can fix before they can’t go on. L’Auberge de Sedona doesn't want anybody to reach that point, and offers a rejuvenating, renewing, and relaxing all-inclusive package for anyone who needs a little you-time.
The first thing you’ll want to do upon arrival is check into your room. The creek-side resort has multiple luxury cottages, each of which comes complete with open-air outdoor cedar showers and private balconies perfect for soaking in the unbelievable scenery. Afterwards, get some relaxation done! Head over to L’Auberge’s spa, L’Apothecary. It’s impossible to describe what goes on there better than their own website: “By integrating the powerful essence of Oak Creek and fragrant, local flora, L’Apothecary’s offerings stimulate healing through treatments inspired by the natural beauty of Sedona.” Uh, yes please. After sufficient rejuvenation, head over to get some grub at one of the resorts two restaurants: Cress on Oak Creek and Etch Kitchen & Bar. Both are luxurious, beautiful, and absolutely delicious.
301 L'Auberge Lane, Sedona, AZ 86336
Average July Temperature: 95 degrees F (High), 65 degrees F (Low)
Arizona's most abundant mineral is copper.close
Stagecoach Trails Guest Ranch
Stagecoach Trails Guest Ranch captures the very essence of Arizona. Surrounded by desert, crags, and towering mountains, the fantastic scenery is matched only by the spectacular hospitality. An all-inclusive stay with Stagecoach is an all-time decision.
Watch the cacti fly by as you trot around the more than 360,000 acres of desert splendor surrounding the Ranch. In the distance, you’ll make out the imposing shapes of the Mohave and Hualapai mountains. Go whatever pace you like- the staff is on your time! If you’re interested in doing something else, there are ATV rides, stagecoach rides (hence the name), pool lounging ( a godsend on the many hot Arizona days), pool playing (like billiards), and roasting marshmallows under a starlit night sky. Then wake up the next day and do it all again!
19985 S Doc Holliday Rd, Yucca, AZ 86438
We are only 2.5 hours from the Grand Canyon. A great place to visit as part of your Wild West vacation.
Yucca was founded in 1883.close
Tanque Verde Ranch
Step into the old west at Tanque Verde Ranch Resort. Named “Best Dude Ranch in Arizona” by Arizona Republic in 2012, the Ranch is located on 60,000 acres of Tucson’s most breathtaking desert landscapes, surround by the looming Rincon Mountains and adjacent to Saguaro National Park and Coronado National Forest, all of which you’ll see up close on horseback.
An All-Inclusive package at the Tanque Verde Ranch Resort has everything you could possibly want on a vacation. Enjoy three hearty meals each day, with BBQ cookout dinners on select days. Get outside and try your hand at horseback trail rides and lessons, mountain biking, fishing, guided hikes, nature center, yoga and wellness activities, arts and crafts, or tennis. There's also the indoor and outdoor pools, a fully supervised kids ranch and riding program, courtesy round-trip transportation to the Tucson International Airport, wireless internet, and evening activities and entertainment. Just relax and let the friendly staff handle all the preparations. It’s your vacation, after all!
14301 East Speedway, Tucson, Arizona 85748
With 527,972 residents, Tucson is the 33rd biggest city in the US.
Tucson averages 350 days of sunshine a year!close
The Historic C.O.D. Ranch
Welcome y'all to the Historic C.O.D. Ranch in Southern Arizona, an authentic ranch experience that's meant to inspire and refresh each and every visitor. Far from expensive spas or overdeveloped ranch-style resorts, the C.O.D. Ranch has been carefully restored from crumbling ruins to a true Southwest-style retreat that brings you back in time and invites you to create your own authentic experience.
The Historic C.O.D. Ranch is easily the best all-inclusive dude ranch in the great state of Arizona! This adventurous retreat is perfect for groups of all sizes and walks of life. The C.O.D. Ranch gets artists, educators, families, religious groups, and health-conscious folks. The prices are right and the staff is accommodating. The surrounding desert, wildlife preserve, and the Coronado National Forest are perfect for exploring and discovery. Book the entire ranch for spiritual retreats, reunions, and groups of 20 or more. Time's a wasting--book your next getaway at the Historic C.O.D. Ranch!
37 South COD Ranch Rd, Oracle, Arizona 85623
Ideal for group retreats, the ranch features adobe casitas, a hacienda-style main house, a pool and the aura of an old west Arizona cattle ranch.
The ranch was originally owned by the Huggett family, and was once called Cash On Delivery Ranch. The Huggett's were some of Oracle's first settlers.close