Legendary Arizona Retreat from ONLY $63/night for up to 2 Adults + 2 Children - SAVE OVER 30%!United-States / Arizona / Litchfield-Park / The-Wigwam
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440 Desert Acres with 80 Years of History...
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Deeply entwined with Arizona history, The Wigwam welcomes you to come and make a little history of your own. Stretching over 440 lushly landscaped acres, the elegantly crafted adobe-and-timber luxury resort provides a rich palette of experiences to suit your every occasion-whether business, romance, relaxation or frollicking family fun. This TripAlertz deal saves you over 30% with rates starting at just $63/night for up to 2 adults + 2 children (17 and younger). A 2-night minimum stay is required. Make your reservation now and enjoy this favored desert retreat!
WHAT'S INCLUDED IN YOUR TRIPALERTZ DEAL
- Adobe Traditional accommodations for up to 2 adults + 2 children (age 17 and younger)
- Hotel and city taxes are included in your TripAlertz rate
- A nightly mandatory Resort Fee of $22.41 ($20 +12.07% tax) is payable directly to the resort upon arrival and includes the following amenities:
- unlimited golf with the purchase of a paid round at rack rate
- fitness center access
- daily newspaper upon request
- self parking
- guest room high speed Internet access
- local and toll free calls
ABOUT THE WIGWAM
The Wigwam was originally built in 1918 as a gathering place for the Ohio-based executives of Goodyear Tire & Rubber who discovered the West Valley of Phoenix as a prime location to grow cotton for rubber production. As the retreat grew in popularity, additional accommodations and amenities were added and in 1929 The Wigwam opened as a full-service resort with accommodations for just 24 guests. In its 80-year history, this Phoenix resort has hosted some of the world's most recognized public figures and sports legends and maintains a reputation as one of the Southwest's landmark resort destinations. Today, The Wigwam continues to be a travel tradition for generations of families across the globe offering an entirely unique Arizona family resort experience where casual elegance meets historic charm. In December 2009, The Wigwam was purchased by JDM Partners, led by sports icon Jerry Colangelo. In January 2011, the resort unveiled the completion of a $7 million rejuvenation project and re-launch under its original name - The Wigwam.
The Wigwam boasts four pools (one with adult/kid zones), dining options, 54 holes of championship golf, tennis facilities, fitness center, Red Door Spa by Elizabeth Arden, golf school, Bocce Ball court, and much much more!
Relax in your expansive (over 480 sq ft) Adobe Traditional room enhanced with southwestern décor, large working desk and sitting area. Accommodations offer 1 king or two queen beds. Maximum occupany: 4
(TripAlertz rate includes up to 2 adults + 2 children 17 and under; additional adults pay $25/night directly to resort upon arrival)
Adobe Traditional amenities feature:
- 1 King or 2 queen plush beds with imported Italian linens
- Oversized bathrooms with private vanities
- High-speed Internet access
- Expansive private patios with views
- Large working desk
- Sitting area
- Iron / ironing board
- Coffeemaker with coffee
FOOD & DRINK
At The Wigwam's restaurants, meals are made to be remembered. Their "farm-to-table" cuisine emphasizes fresh, locally grown fruits and vegetables as well as locally produced meats, cheeses, wines and other delicacies.
Food & beverage options at The Wigwam:
- Litchfield's (full dinner menu and exquisite wine list Wed-Sat)
- Red's Bar & Grill (all-day menu starting at 6:30am)
- Al Fresco dining options
- Wigwam Bar (featuring an all-day menu beginning at 6:00am)
- Tower Pool Bar & Grill (fun but healthy lunch and snack items from 11:00am)
- Plus 10 more outdoor options
- Wigwam Farmer's Market (Sundays featuring locally produced food, fresh fruits, vegetables and handcrafted delicacies such as cheese, preserves, bread and wine from various vendors)
- In-room dining (available 24 hours per day)
ADDITIONAL HOTEL INFORMATION
- Check-in time: 4:00pm
- Check-out time: 11:00am
- Smoking in outdoor designated areas only
- Pets allowed ($15/night fee)
THINGS TO SEE & DO
Litchfield Park is an affluent residential community boasting a small town atmosphere and casual lifestyle recognized by Phoenix Magazine as "one of the best places to live in Arizona." Litchfield Park is a beautiful small city of approximately 5,000 residents located 15 miles west of Phoenix that started in 1916 when Goodyear Tire and Rubber bought farm land to grow Egyptian long-staple cotton to use in tire cords. The project, originally named "Goodyear Farms" was developed by Paul Litchfield (who became company President of Goodyear) for whom the company town was named in 1926. Goodyear had tens of thousands of acres under cultivation. From 1931 to 1944, it was also the test site for Goodyear tires and a well-known docking station for the world-renowned Goodyear blimp.
A city with a rich, rewarding quality of life and tremendous community spirit, exemplified by its winning two prestigious national awards in 2008 - the All-America City and City Livability awards. Ours is a city with relaxed sophistication --- where you will feel at home right away when you stay at our Goodyear, AZ hotel.
The onetime farming community founded by settlers from Illinois was one of the nation's fastest growing cities during the recent growth boom. The city stretches across 176 square miles of beautiful Sonoran desert and includes Lake Pleasant, the state's second largest lake. The Peoria Sports Complex, built in 1994 as spring training home to the San Diego Padres and Seattle Mariners, was the first two-team spring training facility in the country. Peoria boasts other award-winning facilities including the Peoria Center for the Performing Arts and Rio Vista Community Park and Recreation Center. Those attractions along with 35 miles of trails, top-notch schools, well planned residential neighborhoods and an enticing variety of shopping, dining and entertainment options led Money magazine to rank Peoria among its 100 "Best Places to Live" in 2008.
Our Glendale, AZ hotel is lucky to be in the place where the sun sets and nights begin. It is wild and at the same time full of an undeniable allure that begs for discovery and adventure. It is opportunity surrounded by breathtaking views and horizons. And it is also a place established on the ideals of perfection in hospitality. Welcome to Arizona's new West-a region ripe with sweeping vistas, traditional charm and romantic tales of chivalry as well as the cosmopolitan and chic touches of the urban modern world. It is more than a perfect blend of the old and the new, the wild and the tame, the luxurious and the rustic. Arizona's West Valley is, without question, a little bit of everything.
Surprise is where you can connect all aspects of your life- family, work and recreation. This charming community is surrounded by mountain park lands, a regional lake and pristine, open Sonoran desert. Our neighborhoods are clean, distinctive and unique, no wonder why nine out of 10 residents surveyed recommend Surprise as a place to live and start a business! Surprise Stadium is the Spring Training home of the Texas Rangers and Kansas City Royals. It's also where our community comes together for free family movie night events, Fourth of July fireworks and much more! In the fall our Surprise Tennis and Racquet Complex hosts a stop on the Champions Tour, attracting tennis legends John McEnroe, Andre Agassi, Anna Kournikova and Jim Courier! This 25-court venue is also open for tennis players of all skill sets to enjoy or take lessons.
Things are different in the desert. The sky is bigger. The stars are brighter. The sunsets stop you in your tracks. It's a feeling that can't be conjured, landscaped or kindled with twinkling bulbs. John Ford knew that. So did Frank Lloyd Wright. Come to Greater Phoenix and you'll understand, too. America's fifth-largest city still has real cowboys and rugged mountains and the kind of cactus most people see only in cartoons. Phoenix is the gateway to the Grand Canyon, and its history is a testament to the spirit of puebloans, ranchers, miners and visionaries.
- Sky Harbor International Airport (airport code: PHX) is located about 20 minutes from the resort
- The resort can arrange transportation for a fee
- Rates cannot be retroactively applied to previous bookings
- 2-night minimum stay required
- Prices are per night for up to 2 adults + 2 children (age 17 and younger)
- TripAlertz rate includes up to 2 adults + 2 children 17 and under; additional adults pay $25/night directly to resort upon arrival
- Maximum occupancy: 4 guests
- Hotel and city tax are included in your TripAlertz rate
- Mandatory nightly Resort Fee of $22.41 ($20 + tax) payable directly to hotel upon check-in
- Airfare / transportation to Phoenix not included
- Travel valid July 6 through December 30, 2013
- Availability is limited and blackout dates may apply
- Reservations are non-transferable, non-refundable, and cancellations are not permitted.
- Date changes MAY be available at least 72 hours prior to arrival for a $25 fee and are subject to availability plus any rate differential by calling TripAlertz at (888) 4-ALERTZ (888-425-3789).
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