At Bryce Canyon, clients will stay at Bryce Canyon Lodge, which dates back to the 1920s. Listed on the National Historic Register, it comes with all the accoutrements of a Southwestern stay, including ponderosa pines and replicas of vintage hickory furniture. They’ll get to hike up The Narrows in Zion National Park, witness ancient drawings and learn about the Puebloan, Maiute and Mormon settlers. They’ll discover almost two billions years of history in the layers and colors of the Grand Canyon, staying near its North Rim at Grand Canyon Lodge, steeped in rustic ambiance.
A maximum group size of 16 people ensures that everyone gets the best experience out of this vacation. The tour starts at $3,395 pp dbl, inclusive of most meals, with a departure date of June 12.
something for the golfers Clients with Phoenix on their mind might want to consider Arizona Grand Resort, home to a course awarded four stars by Golf Digest. The 18-hole Arizona Grand Golf Course combines traditional links with desert-style play and exciting elevation changes, but is by no means the only attraction in the resort. Kids are loving the Oasis Water Park, one of the country’s largest, with water slides, wave pools and river tubing. And yes, there’s a great spa here as well—the largest in the state, in fact.
Arizona Grand Resort’s Golf Package starts at $439 per room, per night and includes one round, an upgrade to a Premier Suite and a $25 dining credit.