The Phoenix area is one of the premier destinations for vacationers. There’s so much to do, including golfing, sightseeing, hiking, biking, shopping and so much more. Of course, many people want to spend more than just a day or two in the area, because of the wealth of area activities and attractions. Because you may want to stay in this wonderful area for a longer vacation, Phoenix weekly vacation rentals are a great option.
At BookMyVacay.com, we specialize in providing visitors a great selection of Phoenix vacation home rentals. Our inventory includes everything from condos to spacious private homes. Take a look at some of our great selection of Phoenix vacation homes located through out the area.
Why Pick Our Phoenix Vacation Rental Homes?
Do you need space to spread out? Are you planning a trip with family, friends, or coworkers? Then our vacation rental homes are precisely what you need to make your vacation a memorable one! Located throughout the greater Phoenix area, our Phoenix home rentals provide easy access to some of the top restaurants, attractions, and activities Phoenix has to offer. But, above all else, our rentals provide you with the quality you expect from a premium product!
With fully upgraded kitchens, high quality furnishings, bedding, and decorations, and picturesque views of the desert surroundings, each and every one of our rentals provide you with an experience that you won’t soon forget! Relax by the pool at one of our Phoenix vacation rental homes with pools, or experience the downtown nightlife by staying just moments away from downtown Phoenix! Whatever you desire, our Phoenix vacation rentals are sure to be more than enough to meet your expectations.
Best Attractions in Phoenix
Desert Botanical Garden
The Botanical Garden is a standard for any weekend or day trip through Phoenix, but if you’re staying the night in one of our Phoenix vacation rentals and want to take a cooler walk through the desert landscape, you’ll want to see what the natural reserve has on the calendar. During the summer, staff members give flashlight tours where viewers can check out desert blossoms and bugs after the sun goes down. And the Garden hosts plant sales—in case you really like what you see—as well as concerts, art exhibitions in a dedicated gallery space, and sculptural installations. The Garden is open daily, but the grounds are closed on holidays, including July 4, Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day. General admission is $22 for adults, $20 for seniors, $12 for students, $10 for kids, and free for children 3 or younger.
Arizona Science Center
Easy to find and easy to spend an afternoon in is downtown Phoenix’s Arizona Science Center, which is packed with exhibitions and activities to keep geeks of all ages occupied. Currently on view is “POPnology,” which explores the influence that science-fiction pop culture has had on real-life technology. The center’s permanent exhibitions include films and visuals in the Dorrance Planetarium, anatomy activities, physics- and construction-themed interactive displays, public art installations, and musical shows. The Center is open daily. Tickets are $18 for adults, $13 for kids ages 3 to 17, and free for kids younger than 3.
Located in Phoenix near 24th Street and Camelback Road, this resort is part of Hilton Hotels’ luxury collection Waldorf Astoria Hotels and Resorts, and was also featured on the Travel Channel show Great Hotels. Visitors can expect gorgeous vistas, nice restaurants, and important Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired architecture. Thanks to a 92-foot water slide, private cabanas, and a multitude of pools, this spot ranks high on the list of poolside vacation (or staycation) destinations.
Phoenix Art Museum
Phoenix Art Museum is easy to find: just follow the light of Josiah McElheny’s The Last Scattering Surface — a handblown glass, chrome-plated aluminum, electric, hanging installation that lights the entrance to the museum in Central Phoenix. We could spend hours perusing the modern art collection on the second floor, the latest couture exhibition curated by the sharp and careful eyes of Dennita Sewell, the sculpture garden, or the museum’s current contemporary show (and grabbing lunch or drinks in between at the museum’s restaurant). Admission is $15 for adults, $12 for seniors, $10 for students, $6 for kids aged 6 to 17, and free for those 5 and younger. The museum is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays, and offers free admission on Wednesday evenings, First Fridays, and Second Sundays.
Phoenix – Your Next Vacation Destination
Of course, the true attraction of any vacation is the city itself, and Phoenix doesn’t disappoint! With a variety of happening nightlife hotspots, gorgeous hiking trails within easy driving distance, Phoenix offers plenty to make your vacation a memorable one. Don’t forget to check out Roosevelt Row on your trip for some truly interesting art, and some great bars to boot!
Contact Book My Vacay as the first step in planning your Arizona getaway. We can help you find the perfect Phoenix vacation rental homes to suit your entire group. If you’re interested seeing the sights while on vacation, check out http://www.visitarizona.com/uniquely-az/must-see.