In the Spotlight: Westward Look Resort — Tucson

by Jane Reynolds on May 31, 2012

View from the Westward Look Resort -- Tucson

View from the Westward Look Resort -- Tucson

The Westward Look is Tucson’s oldest resort and one of its most popular. Occupying 80 acres in the desert foothills of north Tucson, the resort features stunning panoramas of the Santa Catalina Mountains. The grounds include a hummingbird and butterfly garden, nature path, and a meditation labyrinth, but perhaps most popular are the resort’s three pools, which use saline water instead of chlorine. The horseback rides, hiking trails, eight tennis courts, and basketball and volleyball courts are also big draws, with the one thing missing here being a golf course. A focus on nature is apparent, from the native plants that are incorporated into treatments at the Sonoran Spa to the chef’s garden that provides fresh ingredients for the resort’s GOLD restaurant. Couples and families will love this peaceful oasis, where they can relax in the large rooms, bask in the sun, and explore the surrounding area. Check out more incredible photos after the jump or read our full review now»

Lobby at the Westward Look Resort -- Tucson

Lobby at the Westward Look Resort -- Tucson

Tennis Courts at the Westward Look Resort -- Tucson

Tennis Courts at the Westward Look Resort -- Tucson

The Posada Room at the Westward Look Resort -- Tucson

The Posada Room at the Westward Look Resort -- Tucson

The Pool at the Westward Look Resort -- Tucson

The Pool at the Westward Look Resort -- Tucson

GOLD Restaurant at the Westward Look Resort -- Tucson

GOLD Restaurant at the Westward Look Resort -- Tucson

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