Popular Lettings in Phoenix
Highlights in Phoenix
- A fantastic holiday in the desert
- Incredible scenic tours
- Lush green fairways for your best swing
- Spectacular bird’s eye view
- Fabulous flora in the heart of the desert
Most popular in Phoenix
Holiday rentals and lettings in Phoenix
The Metropolitan Area of Phoenix covers nearly 24.000 square kilometres. Deciding where to stay is the first thing you need to start planning your holidays. Downtown is definitely the place to stay if it is your first time in this city. A great spot for those interested in shopping, history, art, music and sports. Baltimore District, going north, is the trendiest neighbourhood with lots of bistros, stylish boutiques and happening bars. Going east you will reach a nature haven ideal for renting a holiday place in the natural landmark of the city, Camelback Mountain. Further east, in Scottsdale you will find a buzzing and vibrant atmosphere with great shopping options, luxury accommodations and excellent dining. And for cheaper rentals, Tempe is the best area in the south to find them.Great rentals with all the amenities
From standard properties with all the amenities to luxury and state-of-the-art rentals in the city. Get the best skyline views from the comfort of your rooftop lounge and enjoy a nice evening in elegant spaces with chic details and a meticulous decoration. Nicely refurbished rentals in the heart of the city. Lettings for 2, 3 and 4 people and well designed bedroom fitting all the necessary items for a pleasant stay including Wi-Fi, TV, A/C and hot tubs. Enjoy the swimming pool and the garden or the terraces of the rental you choose. It is time to book your spot!
Holidays in Phoenix
The area and getting around
Arizona’s capital has become an interesting city with a buzzing life, brimming culture, food and lots of entertainment. Are you looking for a great time, good food or getting in touch with nature? Let us help you there. This region offers a year-round sun and warm temperatures and the metropolitan area is known as the Valley of the sun. Enjoy high-end beauty and spa resorts, spectacular golf courses as well as a fantastic Desert Botanical Garden. Enjoy a territory of unique terrain, rocky canyons and towering mountains.The busy city in the middle of the desert
Make your holiday as active as you like. The climate in Arizona is hot, yes. But it is also true that it allows you to enjoy good weather most of the year. You can splash in the pool with your friends, hike through the Sonoran Desert and have a nice dinner downtown letting yourself get carried away by the exciting vibes of the city afterwards. Discover the street art, explore the city centre. Do not expect skyscrapers, historic landmarks or potholes on the roads but plenty of gardens with blooms, great outdoor options and a variety of day trips to stunning places such as the magnificent Grand Canyon.
Travellers and activities
Phoenix and Arizona are the mecca for urban hiking. In here you will find a trail for every skill level a few minutes drive from the city. For easy trails go to Papago Park there is a 2.3 mile loop visiting two buttes and the famous Hole-in-the-Rock with stunning views over the city skyline and an oasis. In White Tank Mountain there is the Waterfall trail with low elevation along wide footpaths. Judith Tannell paved trail includes two half-mile loops with water fountains and shady areas to rest. For a more demanding experience try the Pinnacle Peak trail or the Lookout Mountain Summit trail. And finally, for a real challenge, get to the top of Echo Canyon Trail or Tom’s Thumb Trailhead or the Siphon Draw Trail to Flatiron. So, it is time to lace up your shoes and get on your toes. Keep moving and enjoy the hike!Phoenix for golf lovers
Enjoy the sunny weather of Arizona and head to Scottsdale for a day out playing golf at any of the 200 golf courses of Phoenix and neighbouring communities. You can choose the type of course you like. Troon North and We-Ko-Pa are in large desert areas, while Raven Golf Club boasts a large extension of pine trees along the fairways. Some high-end resorts like Arizona Biltmore and Gainey Ranch allow the golfers the possibility of enjoying a post-round spa session. If it is your first time, at TPC Scottsdale you can start practising and take your first steps in the world of golf and maybe attend the PGA Annual Tour Waste Management Phoenix Open. Get your clubs and try your best swing in sunny Arizona.
Since 1973, the Arizona Governor, Jack Williams, made the decision of not observing daylight saving time. However, the Navajo nation does.
Top 5 travel tips in Phoenix
One of the most popular natural wonders in America is in Arizona. The Grand Canyon was shaped by the Colorado River and it can be visited in two different ways. Most of the lookout points are located in the South Rim, so if you decide to hike, that is where you need to head to. You can go by yourself or on a guided tour. But, if hiking is a memorable experience, can you imagine what it’s like seeing it from above? You will not believe your eyes! This spectacular wonder of nature can be seen from a helicopter that will take you over the fantastic canyon providing amazing views and great picture opportunities2. Admire the most stunning valley
We all have seen a movie or a picture of the most famous valleys in America, Monument Valley. When you admire the red-sand desert region you truly believe you are on another planet. The impressive sandstone buttes stand in the middle of the Navajo Tribal Park which has been filmed many times. Sharp rock formations and huge sand dunes will captivate anyone who visits this magnificent wonder of nature. From John Ford’s Point you will see the steeply sloped Mittens buttes. And if you want to have the best shots, book a photography tour that will take you to the most incredible spots to capture the greatness of this wild landscape.3. Fabulous scenic tour at Canyon Lake
Enjoy a scenic tour or a twilight dinner cruise on the Dolly Steamboat at Canyon Lake is an experience like no other. You can enjoy this ride during the day and see the bighorn sheep or some bald eagles if you are lucky. But if you want to add a bit of romance, the daily cruise plus the twilight adds an extra touch in the ambiance that changes the tour completely. Look right and left and awe at the fantastic red-rock cliffs while the captain shares a few stories and truths about the Superstition Mountains with you.4. Enjoy a horse riding experience in the desert
Fancy feeling like in the Far West and being Jesse James? La Ponderosa Livery Stable offers up to 50 miles trails that you can choose, saddle up your horse and head for the Sonoran Desert and enjoy the day exploring the 18,000 acres of the area. Ride your horse and feel the true spirit of western life as you leave the city behind and all around you is cacti, rocky mountains and dust. Everybody can ride a horse according to their level. Fancy a ride?5. Reconnect with nature at the Desert Botanical Gardens
Located in Papado Park, these gardens have a large variety of unique desert plants. You will be surrounded by nature and plants, from tiny cacti to the ones twice the height of an average person. To learn deeper about the flora take a guided tour who can also give advice and tell you how to build a butterfly garden! When the sun reaches its highest point, take a little break and relax with a nice cuppa at the patio Café or have a nice meal at Gertrude’s restaurant. Take a few souvenirs home such as honey, chilli peppers or local made jams.