CHANDLER, AZ - If you're looking for a stay-cation this summer, or have any family and friends coming to town, there's a hotel package you may want to consider.
The Sheraton Wild Horse Pass Resort & Spa is offering a discounted summer getaway with “You Stay, We Pay” rates from $149 for stays June 1 through Sept 8.
In return, the AAA Four Diamond property is giving guests $200 worth of resort credits, including:
--$100 food and beverage credit to use at one of three on-property dining venues, including Ko'Sin, featuring a fusion of Native American and Arizona comfort food; the resort's Link Cafe, offering everything from lattes, to pastries, gourmet sandwiches, beer and wine; Hanvo, featuring poolside bar and grill service or Aji Spa Cafe, featuring healthful spa cuisine.
--$100 Aji Spa credit, which offers an award-winning and highly customized treatment menu.
--Complimentary access for junior guests into the resort's Adventure Club Camp, which offers "edu-taining" activities.
Guests will also receive a voucher for a complimentary VIP coupon book and shuttle service to the newly opened and adjacent Phoenix Premium Outlets.
To book this package, call 1-866-716-8134 and mention rate plan WEPAY.
For full details on the included activities, terms and conditions and to reserve your room online, visit: www.wildhorsepassresort.com/wepay .
* This package offers rates from $149/per night, based on a two-night minimum length of stay. Reservations are required. This package is based on availability. It cannot be combined with any other discount, promotion, Groupon, Travelzoo, Aji’s Spa’s REFRESH package or AAA voucher. Credits exclude Kai, Aji retail, Troon Golf and all gratuities. Black-out dates may apply. Please contact the resort directly at 602-225-0100 to book additional surrounding room nights.
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