PHOENIX - When you're looking for a staycation around Arizona, you will probably look for luxury without having to travel too far.
AAA Arizona made your search easier with its 2013 list of hotels and resorts with 4 and 5-diamond ratings.
Check out some of these 4-diamond spots around the state:
HYATT REGENCY SCOTTSDALE RESORT AND SPA AT GAINEY RANCH
As a 25-year award recipient, the Hyatt has maintained its title longer than any other Scottsdale property. Take advantage of the Hyatt’s winter sale and save up to 30 percent off the Hyatt Daily Rate when you book a room by Nov. 30 and stay by March 31.
CASINO DEL SOL IN TUCSON
Casino del Sol is the fourth casino property to earn the 4-Diamond title. It offers luxurious accommodations and endless entertainment, including AVA Amphitheater, Tucson’s only outdoor concert venue. Upcoming acts include Counting Crows (Nov. 16) and ZZ Top (Dec. 9).
This spot has earned four diamonds for the last decade. The property has a variety of special offers, including a AAA Member Offer, enabling members to experience this exceptional resort for less. Through Dec. 31, 2012, members save 10 percent on room rates while enjoying a $50 resort credit, which can be used for golf, spa or other amenities.
It's the only two 25-time recipients of the 4-diamond rating. Enchantment has maintained its title longer than any other Sedona property. Take advantage of the property’s B & B package which includes luxurious accommodations enhanced by a delicious breakfast each morning.
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