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The following are my picks for the best in the state. ߜ Arizona Biltmore Resort & Spa (Phoenix/Camelback Corner): This Frank Lloyd Wright–inspired resort, nearly 80 years old, continues to add amenities without subtracting character. See Chapter 11. ߜ Camelback Inn, a JW Marriott Resort & Spa (Scottsdale): Scottsdale’s first luxury resort has retained its old-fashioned appeal while keeping up with the times (most recently by rebuilding its excellent spa). See Chapter 11. ߜ Royal Palms Resort and Spa (Phoenix): Built as a winter getaway for a wealthy couple, this intimate property still fulfills that function, although now more upscale pairs can come to play.
See Chapter 14. ߜ Nogales: Bargaining is part of the adventure of shopping for crafts in this Mexican border town. See Chapter 15. ߜ Tubac: Arizona’s oldest European settlement is now a haven for local artists and crafters — as well as importers of wares from Mexico. See Chapter 15. ߜ Jerome: The hippies who revived this one-time ghost town brought along their craftsy ways. Some of the shops lining Jerome’s two main streets have gone upscale, but others retain an endearing quirkiness. See Chapter 16.
See Chapter 18. ߜ Hopi Mesas: Talk about living history. The Hopi people live on the three mesas that their ancestors settled centuries ago, and they 14 Part I: Introducing Arizona still observe many of the same customs as their forebears. See Chapter 18. ߜ Navajo National Monument: A gorgeous, serene setting and dramatic cliff dwellings — Native American sites don’t get much better than this. See Chapter 18. Best Activities The state’s warm, sunny climate is an outdoors-lover’s dream. Even the winter cold in the northern regions of the state isn’t all that cold — but it’s cold enough to make Flagstaff a winter sports mecca.
Arizona For Dummies, 4th edition (Dummies Travel) by Edie Jarolim