The 10 Best Hotels and Resorts for Couples in Arizona!

Family vacations are great. But sometimes you want to leave the kids at home. If that’s the case, there’s no better state for a couple’s getaway than Arizona. Set in a beautiful desert landscape, Arizona’s hotels and resorts are home to myriad activities perfect for pairs. These hotels resorts have it all—private villas, relaxing spas, world-class dining. Here are the 10 best hotels resorts for couples in Arizona.

1. Enchantment Resort, Sedona, AZ

Sedona’s beautiful red rocks and quiet tranquility make it a destination for a couple’s retreat. Enchantment Resort showcases the best Sedona has to offer. It’s hidden in the rocks of Boynton Canyon and offers numerous hiking trails. It’s also home to a variety of couple’s activities in addition to its scenic backdrop. There’s the renowned Mii Amo Spa complete with private massage rooms and couples packages. There are relaxing patios and fire pits, swimming pools, and tennis courts. You can also get your own private villa with that offer some of the best views in Sedona. 

2. Fairmont Scottsdale Princess, Scottsdale, AZ

If you’re looking for a romantic setting, look no further than the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess. This AAA Five Diamond Resort has world-class views of Scottsdale’s iconic mountains and sunsets. The large grounds include six heated pools completed with cabanas, poolside service, and a white sand beach. They also have five award-winning restaurants for romantic meal. Add in two championship golf courses, the Well & Being spa, and onsite shopping and the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess is the total package.

3. Loews Ventana Canyon, Tucson, AZ

Head south for a quite romantic getaway at Loews Ventana Canyon. This hidden resort is set among Tucson’s picturesque Catalina Mountain range. Its distance from the city and private suites will make you feel like you’re all alone with your significant other. Loews Ventana Canyon also has top of the line amenities for a couple’s retreat. Their grounds include two swimming pools, a Jacuzzi, and five restaurants. 

4. Arizona Biltmore, Phoenix, AZ

The Arizona Biltmore has quite the reputation. It’s been dubbed “the Jewel of the Desert” and became one of 33 “Phoenix Points of Pride” in 1992. The historic resort was built in 1929 and has been a destination resort ever since. Picturesque mountains serve as a backdrop for the resort’s 39-acre grounds. The Biltmore includes eight swimming pools, an onsite spa, two golf courses, and two renowned restaurants. 

5. The Royal Palms Resort & Spa, Phoenix

What makes the Royal Palms a great option for couples? For one, it’s located at the base of Camelback Mountain, one of Arizona’s most gorgeous landmarks. It also has Spanish Colonial Revival villas that help set the mood for a romantic getaway. Active couples will also enjoy their seemingly limitless activities. You can spend your days at the Alvadora Spa, heading to one of their scheduled events, or by exploring nearby Scottsdale destinations. The Royal Palms also has an excellent restaurant in T. Cook’s. It offers a top-notch dining experience with Mediterranean cuisine and panoramic views of Camelback.

6. Sanctuary Camelback Mountain, Paradise Valley, AZ

There are many reasons why this resort is called Sanctuary. It has a world-class spa with Asian-inspired treatments and a meditation garden. It’s also set near the base of Camelback Mountain, offering up panoramic views of the desert’s natural wonder. Sanctuary Resort & Spa has also been recognized as a top local resort and was recently ranked as the top resort in Arizona by Travel + Leisure Magazine in 2015. It’s private, beautiful, and has everything you need for a relaxing couple’s getaway. 

7. Miraval Resort & Spa, Tucson, AZ

One weekend might not be enough at Miraval Resort & Spa. That’s because each package includes access to their 120 weekly fitness, wellness, and lecture activities. Miraval packages also include meals, unlimited smoothies and juice, and daily snacks. Miraval is an ideal place to unwind with your significant other. It’s located around 400 acres of Sonoran Desert at the base of the Santa Catalina Mountains. You can also find peace at the Miraval Spa. They focus on Ayurveda, which are healing techniques rooted in nature.

8. The Arizona Inn, Tucson, AZ

There aren’t many places you can feel peacefully in the heart of a city. That’s what you’ll find at The Arizona Inn. This resort has been located in the heart of mid-town Tucson since 1930. Their grounds feature the best amenities for relaxing retreats. There’s casita-style rooms, quiet gardens, romantic dining options. The list goes on and on. Couples can also enjoy the best Tucson has to offer by exploring downtown with some of their complimentary bicycles. 

9. Hyatt Regency Resort at Gainey Ranch, Scottsdale, AZ

The Hyatt Regency Resort’s website is referred to as a “beautiful, luxurious resort in Scottsdale” on their website. That description isn’t far off. Set near the McDowell Mountains, the Hyatt has views that rival any other resort in the state. The 27-acre resort also includes many couple friendly features. There are pristine pools, a world-class spa, and even romantic gondola rides through a lake. The Hyatt Regency is also located near Scottsdale’s vibrant restaurant and bar scene. Take your pick of activities and enjoy the romance at Hyatt Regency.

10. Boulders Resort & Spa, Carefree, AZ

You’ll feel like a true Arizonan on a couple’s retreat at Boulders Resort & Spa. Their casitas and villas are all modeled with southwestern décor that fit perfectly in their Sonoran Desert location. Their two award-winning golf courses are a popular attraction for locals and tourists. They are also located in the foothills near Scottsdale, a perfect launching point for any desert adventure. Boulders was named the best hotel in Arizona by Travel + Leisure this year. One trip to their grounds and you’ll see why it lives up to the hype.

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