Westin Las Vegas Hotel, Casino & Spa
Las Vegas, Nevada
Live the neon dream of Las Vegas as you stay just off the Strip at this full-service hotel, casino, and spa. The Westin Las Vegas is ideally situated just a block from the intersection shared by Caesar’s Palace, The Bellagio, The Flamingo, and Bally’s, putting you within an easy stroll of Las Vegas’s best shows, dining, and gaming. That’s in addition to the Westin’s many on-site amenities and attractions, from the Hibiscus Day Spa and well-equipped fitness facility to the MAX Casino.
If the walls of Parry Lodge could talk, they'd fill a book with the adventure, glamor, and romance of movie-making history. Set in the middle of the small, scenic city of Kanab, Utah, this classic American motor inn harbors memories of visits by John Wayne, Clint Eastwood, Charlton Heston, Barbara Stanwyck, Ava Gardner, and many other Hollywood legends. Set in the heart of Utah’s canyon country and convenient to the most magnificent vistas in the Southwest, this picturesque lodge with its neon sign has been an oasis for stars and tourists since 1929 — and is sure to be a memory-maker for you.
Lake Powell Resort
Lake Powell, Arizona
This full-service resort overlooking glittering waters and desert landscapes is the perfect location for enjoying beautiful Lake Powell, one of the nation’s most popular recreation areas. You’ll enjoy a room with a view and all the modern amenities. During your free time, you’ll be able to take advantage of such resort activities and amenities as boating and sailing, fishing, jogging trails, a health club, enjoying the pool, or just relaxing and taking in the serene view.
Grand Canyon National Park, USA
The modern-style Yavapai East Lodge
is located in a wooded
setting between Yavapai Point and Grand Canyon Village, 3/4 of a mile from
the rim of the Grand Canyon. Your lodge features a gift shop, and is
located along the rim. Rooms are fitted with TV, phone, A/C, and private
bath. The true gift of being within the park and a stroll from the rim is that you can step outside in the evening to see the Milky Way stretching across the sky or rise early to see the canyon walls flame into color with the first rays of the rising sun.
Grand Canyon Hotel
Experience a piece of history right on historic Route 66. This 25-room hotel opened in 1891 and is officially the oldest hotel in Arizona. Past guests include Vanderbilts, General John J. Pershing, Sierra Club founder John Muir, and many a cowboy, lumberjack, and miner. Closed after the interstate highway system bypassed Williams, the Grand Canyon hotel was reopened as a friendly, family-run boutique hotel in 2005. Step into a bygone era! Two stories, no elevator.
Set in the scenic desert outside of Scottsdale and a destination in itself, the sprawling Phoenician
resort is a world-class hospitality destination offering luxurious leisure facilities and recreation activities for guests of all ages. Highlights include a range of stylish, on-site restaurants and lounges — featuring everything from high-end Italian cuisine and casual American fare to afternoon tea and home-made ice cream sundaes. Catering to active guests, the property also features nine beautiful pools, a golf course, tennis courts, bicycles, and more. Meanwhile, The Phoenician’s renowned Centre for Well-Being is an oasis of health and beauty — with a well-appointed fitness center, cardiovascular studio, meditation atrium, spa, and salon. With neutral tones that reflect the beauty of the surrounding desert, elegantly understated rooms boast rich fabrics, plush carpeting, original artwork, upscale wood furnishings, and an oversized marble bathroom with shower and bath tub, as well as a flat screen TV with a Blu-ray player, iHome docking station, safe, mini-bar, telephone, and coffee and tea-making facilities.