Resort Report: Here, There and Back Again

We are recapping some of our favorite stays from this past week, beginning in sunny Rocky Point then heading to Park City, Utah and Santa Monica, California before returning to Tucson, Arizona.


First up is Arizonan’s best getaway for some springtime vacationing. Puerto Penasco (AKA Rocky Point) offers a handful of hotels and resorts to choose from, including Penasco Del Sol and Playa Bonita, which offer their own on-site restaurant for guests and visitors. Las Palomas Beach and Golf Resort weaves together the luxury of a cross-cultural vacation with the comfort of some required favorites like a round of golf, a private beach and a pool slide exclusively for Las Palomas guests. Las Palomas also hosts four deliciously acclaimed (and AAA four-diamond rated) restaurants on site.


Want a spring snow break? Vacation homes in Park City, Utah are tailored to make each family trip an unforgettable experience. Most of the house rentals have multiple bathrooms and bedrooms, and many with multi-levels. With a large, private luxury home or condo in Park City you can tuck the children in and before enjoying a glass of wine as you wind down in front of the fireplace. Comfort meets luxury as Park City vacation rentals and lodging cater to custom events such as weddings, corporate retreats, family reunions and large groups and coordinate transportation, lift tickets and ski rentals throughout your stay.  Ski in and ski out homes are also available so you will never have to step off the slopes during your ski trip.


The Georgian Hotel in Santa Monica  is celebrating decades of vintage-inspired charm through its 80th Anniversary in 2013 with a Retro Deco Room Package, Vintage Cocktails at Veranda, 1930’s Era Dining and Sunday Sunset Tea.

The anniversary celebration highlights is available from April 1, 2013 through December 31, 2013 and includes accommodations for two:

  • Two nights in the Carol Lombard or Clark Gable Suite
  • Welcome Vintage Cocktail on day of arrival
  • Breakfast for two at the Veranda Restaurant each morning
  • In-room entertainment amenities: Original King Kong DVD, Classic Duke Ellington CD
  • Valet Parking


And finally, embark on daily excursions with a small workshop of 25 participants at Miraval Resort and Spa as a part of their National Geographic photography workshops. Photograph stunning mountain vistas, the stark beauty of the Sonoran Desert, and the historic center of Tucson. Zoom in on giant desert cacti, and capture images of the Navajo hoop dance during a private performance. Then enjoy the fabulous spa facilities of Miraval Resort and Spa; invigorating outdoor activities; and fresh, healthy cuisine at the all-inclusive Miraval Resort.

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