The 10 Best Hotels and Resorts for Families in Arizona!

It’s no surprise that everyone flocks to Arizona for a getaway. Excellent weather, exciting activities, and cool places to stay make it an ideal place to travel with the family. With interesting hotels and world-class resorts, you’ll have everything you’d want for a scrapbook-worthy family vacation. Here are the 10 best hotels and resorts for families in the state. 

The Arizona Grand, Phoenix, AZ

No trip to Arizona is complete without a trip to the pool. Families can take in the sunshine poolside at Arizona Grand’s Oasis Water Park. This seven-acre park has everything for a fun-filled day in the sun. Kids will enjoy a wave pool, lazy river, and water slides with a near 70-foot drop. Meanwhile, parents can lounge under a poolside cabana or at the Oasis Bar & Grill. The Arizona Grand also has a luxury spa, golf packages, and fine dining for an action-packed family adventure.

Hyatt Regency Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Gainey Ranch, Scottsdale, AZ

Kid friendly is an understatement at the Hyatt Regency in Scottsdale. This resort sets itself apart from the competition by offering a laundry list of activities for kids and families. The Hyatt Regency has 10 pools, a 2.5-acre water playground, a water slide, and a 28-foot rock-climbing wall. Kids can also enroll in Camp Hyatt, which offers them the chance to explore the local area through a range of activities. Parents can take advantage of their luxury golf and tennis courts or spas while the kids play.  

JW Marriott Phoenix Desert Ridge Resort & Spa, Phoenix, AZ

You won’t want to leave the resort at the JW Marriott Phoenix Desert Ridge Resort & Spa. This resort is armed with two golf courses, eight tennis courts, five pools, and a luxury spa. They also have a lazy river, splash pad, and large waterslide for kids. The Desert Ridge Resort goes above and beyond to accommodate families with children. Their Family Escape Kids Club has daily activities and will help families coordinate excursions. They also have bike rentals if you do so choose to leave the resort.

The Westin La Paloma, Tucson, AZ

The Westin La Paloma is a playground for kids and adults. Their 5-Pool Oasis has a 177-foot waterslide for the kids, and a swim-up bar and private cabanas for parents. Parents can also get a little free time by enrolling in the Westin Family Kids Club. It’s designed for kids ages 3-12 and includes daily activities, scavenger hunts, and “dive-in” movies at the pool. During their free time, parents can hit the links, spa, or one of six fine dining options. 

JW Marriott Tucson Starr Pass Resort & Spa, Tucson, AZ

There’s a little something for all ages at the Starr Pass Resort in Tucson. This resort is located in a remote area surrounded by the Sonoran Desert. Its location is a launching point for a variety of hiking and biking expeditions. Star Pass also has a teen lounge, which is a hangout targeted for older kids. Younger kids can enroll in the Rising Starr Kids Club for half or full day outdoor activities. Meanwhile, parents can enjoy a day on the golf course, at the spa, or at the multi-level pool. 

Amara Resort & Spa, Sedona, AZ

Stunning red rocks, outdoor adventures, and a peaceful getaway. You’ll find all of this on a family vacation to Sedona. Amara Resort & Spa is the best option for families looking to experience Sedona. It’s located a short walk away from uptown Sedona and is home to a renowned kids program. Their kids program includes accredited babysitting, kids exercise programs and daily activities. Parents can take advantage of alone time at the holistic spa, zero-edge infinity pool, or at daily yoga classes.

Hilton Phoenix Resort at the Peak, Phoenix, AZ

Hilton Phoenix Resort is a great option for first-time visitors of Arizona. This resort is centrally located just minutes away from popular spots like the Phoenix Biltmore and Old Town Scottsdale. When not exploring the city, families can enjoy myriad activities at the resort. The Hilton Phoenix has a four-acre water park with pools, a lazy river, waterslide, ice cream parlor, miniature golf and tennis courts.  It’s also home to the Coyote Camp. This kid’s activity camp hosts daily activities geared toward learning about the Southwest.

Westin Kierland Resort & Spa, Scottsdale, AZ

The Westin brand name is synonymous with modern, luxury resorts. That’s what you get at the Westin Kierland Resort & Spa. What you might not expect, however, is a resort filled with family-friendly fun. The resort’s Adventure Water Park includes a lazy river, 110-foot waterslide, poolside cabanas, hot tubs, and an adult’s only pool. It also included the Kierland Flowrider, a board sport simulator that brings the waves to the desert. Families can also enjoy lawn games at the OK Corral play area. It’s also the site of nightly campfires and s’more roasting on weekends.

The Ritz-Carlton Dove Mountain, Marana, AZ

What kid doesn’t want to ride the longest water slide in Tucson? The Ritz-Carlton Dove Mountain is home to a 235-foot waterslide that’s a thrill ride for kids and parents alike. This resort offers a wide range of activities that showcase Tucson’s beautiful mountain landscape. Guests can enjoy hiking, biking, horseback riding and the desert-style Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf course. During the day, kids can also enroll in the Ritz Kids program. The program has half and full day adventures for kids focused on water, land, environmental responsibility, and culture.

Sheraton Grand at Wild Horse Pass, Phoenix, AZ

You don’t have to be worried about boredom at the Sheraton Grand at Wild Horse Pass. This resort has activities for family members of all ages. A trip to Wild Horse Pass includes access to the renowned Aji Spa and Whirlwind Golf Club, the Koli Equestrian Center, and the Adventure Club for kids. You can also take in the Arizona sunshine at four pools, one of which includes a 111-foot waterslide. 

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