Hotels in Arizona, USA

Showing 135 hotels
  • Hilton Vacation Club Ridge on Sedona

    33.60 miles
  • Hilton Sedona Resort at Bell Rock

    33.68 miles
  • Hampton Inn Carefree

    35.60 miles
  • Hilton Vacation Club Rancho Manana Phoenix/Cave Creek

    35.95 miles
  • Boulders Resort & Spa Scottsdale, Curio Collection by Hilton

    37.04 miles
  • Hilton Vacation Club Sedona Summit

    39.77 miles
  • Hampton Inn Sedona

    40.06 miles
  • Hampton Inn Phoenix/Anthem

    40.22 miles
  • Hampton Inn & Suites Prescott Valley

    43.54 miles
  • Hampton Inn Prescott

    45.67 miles
  • Home2 Suites by Hilton North Scottsdale near Mayo Clinic

    45.80 miles
  • Hilton North Scottsdale at Cavasson

    46.17 miles
  • Hilton Garden Inn Scottsdale North/Perimeter Center

    46.65 miles
  • Hilton Vacation Club Scottsdale Villa Mirage

    46.79 miles
  • Hilton Vacation Club Scottsdale Links Resort

    47.11 miles
  • Home2 Suites by Hilton Phoenix North Happy Valley

    47.51 miles
  • Hampton Inn & Suites Phoenix/Scottsdale

    47.77 miles
  • Homewood Suites by Hilton Phoenix North-Happy Valley

    47.98 miles
  • Hampton Inn & Suites Phoenix North/Happy Valley

    48.01 miles
  • Hilton Garden Inn Phoenix North Happy Valley

    48.05 miles
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Stay at Top Hotels in Arizona to Tour Arizona

Resting in the Southwest, Arizona is a striking state, best known for its incredible tourist attractions, national parks, and the beautiful Sonoran Desert landscape. With must-see spots like the Grand Canyon, Saguaro National Park, Biosphere 2, the University of Arizona, and the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, you’ll have endless places to visit during your trip. Explore the state’s best cities from top hotels in Arizona, including Flagstaff, a ponderosa pine–covered mountain town, the metropolitan city of Phoenix, Tucson, Tempe, and others. Full of global influences, you’ll be delighted by Arizona’s delicious desert fare, like authentic south-of-the-border dishes, new American, and Italian.

See Grand Canyon National Park from the Best Hotels in Arizona

Dive deep into geology and plan a worthwhile trip to one of the seven world wonders, Grand Canyon National Park. At 217 miles long and a width ranging from 4 to 18 miles wide, this canyon is cut by the flowing Colorado River. Here, you’ll find impeccable views of layered bands of red rock displaying millions of years of geological history and a few main trails winding down into the canyon. Take the Bright Angel Trail down to the bottom and see stunning Havasu Falls while cooling off after your hike in the turquoise pools. Before heading back to the best hotels in Arizona, be sure to snap some boast-worthy photos from Mather Point, Yavapai Observation Station, and architect Mary Colter’s Lookout Studio.

Book Hotels in Arizona to Discover the Desert Botanical Garden

While exploring the state from hotels in Arizona, you can’t miss the chance to tour the stunning the Desert Botanical Garden. This 140-acre botanical garden rests within Papago Park and is home to 50,000 desert plants amongst the gorgeous Papago Buttes. While exploring the gardens, you’ll discover various plants from around the world, great walking trails, and fascinating exhibitions. Grab a bite to eat from the onsite restaurant and pop into the gift shop before heading out.

Stay at Resorts and Hotels in Arizona to Explore the Phoenix Zoo

One stop you can’t skip while staying in Phoenix at resorts and hotels in Arizona is the incredible Phoenix Zoo, the largest privately owned, non-profit zoo in America. Boasting 125 acres, this zoo offers everything from animal exhibits to a children's area, a petting zoo, and a guided tram ride. There are fun activities and sights around every corner here. Discover over 3,000 animals across 400 species and see everything from cheetahs to coyotes and flamingos to fennec foxes!

If you’re itching to get outdoors, head to scenic Saguaro National Park to enjoy the excellent hiking trails, striking landscape, and, of course, observe the country's largest cacti, the saguaro. Resting in southern Arizona, this park contains two distinct sections on either side of Tucson—on the western Tucson Mountain District, you’ll find ancient petroglyphs of the Hohokam people while strolling through the Signal Hill Trail. On the eastern Rincon Mountain District, you can follow the Cactus Forest Drive for a nice loop road featuring views of the desert landscape.

Have a blast exploring the great state of Arizona, and don’t forget to check out our nearby hotels in Phoenix, Flagstaff, and Tucson.

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