If you're looking for a holiday staycation or have relatives coming to town, there are some hotel deals in the Valley for you and the family.
These resorts are some of the highest rated in the Phoenix-metro area and are sure to impress your extended family.
WESTIN KIERLAND RESORT AND SPA
The AAA Four Diamond resort has a "holiday shopping package" that includes discounts at select Kierland Commons and Scottsdale Quarter shops and a complimentary resort shuttle to both locations. Guests can also enjoy a free ticket to the resort's FlowRider water boardsport simulator and the nightly holiday “Paintscaping” shows. The package starts at $259 per night with a $100 resort credit for use throughout the resort through Dec. 31.
FAIRMONT SCOTTSDALE PRINCESS
This AAA Five Diamond resort has a four-story musical tree, Friday and Saturday nights with Santa, and the Princess Express Train to check out the lagoon lights. This resort has multiple holiday packages, starting at $229 per night, until Jan. 6.
The AAA Four Diamond spot turns their swimming pool into a 2,100-square foot hybrid ice rink! It's open to the public and skate rentals are $10. Exclusive packages to stay start at $229 per night from now until Jan. 6, 2013. A package includes two ice skate rentals and two "cool" cocktails per day.
The AAA Four Diamond property offers holiday teas, wine tastings, marshmallow toasting, and story time with Mrs. Claus. Packages start at $189 per night with a gift of the Biltmore's annual holiday ornament, a $25 daily credit, 20 percent off retail purchases, 30 percent off spa services, and a reduced resort fee of $10.
For more information or to book a stay, call 1-877-731-3938 or check out AAA.com/travel.
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