First, Arizona is known for the Grand Canyon and the desert, but there is far more to this state. It runs the gamut in terms of both scenery and topography. The Hoover Dam is just south of Las Vegas on the border with Nevada. Lake Powell in Page is a noteworthy spot and some people prefer it as an alternative to the Grand Canyon. Monument Valley just east and has seen its share of Hollywood movie sets over the years. The Four Corners is the spot where four states meet in one place - Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado and Utah. The Petrified Forest National Park is home to the petroglyphs of Newspaper Rock and the ruined village of Puerco Pueblo.
Luxury Vacation Homes in Arizona
Our selection of luxury Arizona vacation homes will delight even the most discerning traveler. Our exceptional holiday villas range from an intimate 2 bedrooms and 3 baths to a roomy 6 bedrooms and 8 baths and can comfortably accommodate up to 12 guests. Common outdoor amenities include incredible views of the surrounding desert, views of the rock formations and the cityscape, private pools, hot tubs, covered and open lounge areas, outdoor kitchens and dining areas.
Interior spaces in our upscale Arizona vacation homes are no less grand. Expect soaring ceilings and sumptuous furnishings in the common spaces, with retractable doors blending indoor/outdoor living. Gourmet kitchens with Sub-Zero, Wolf and Miele appliances are the standard. Generously sized and exquisitely outfitted dining spaces comfortably accommodate almost any size party. You’ll also find amenities such as fully equipped home fitness centers, game rooms and media rooms.
Attractions Near Your Luxury Arizona Rental Home
No visit to Arizona is complete without a visit to the Grand Canyon. As you stare into the colorful abyss, it’s impossible to not be awed by the power of nature. Sedona offers a simply beautiful setting, with its red rock mountains and buttes. Monument Valley boasts some of the most iconic images in the Southwest, with its sandstone buttes, jagged rock formations and stone spires. The Hoover Dam, straddling Arizona and Nevada, is one of the world’s great engineering feats. Jerome, AZ sits along a mountainside. It was once a thriving mining town, but is now a ghost town turned tourist attraction.