My husband & I have a timeshare at a resort in Scottsdale, AZ. We had heard about Mira Vista for a couple of years and drove out to spend a night there. It was lovely. We were met and given a property tour on check-in. No sales pitch or anything, just a nice tour. We stayed in what I would call a "casita" in the older buildings. The room had obviously been completedly re-done. It was clean with nice furnishings, a refrigerator and a comfortable bed. We had dinner at the restaurant and the food was very good and the servings were large. The dining room was very busy that evening. We had breakfast the next morning at their restaurant as well and were equally pleased. Contrary to another review I read here, I noticed that the Saturday we were there the crowd by the pool was on the younger side for sure. Even some folks with their young children. Much different from what we are used to in Florida. The conversation pool was of a just right temperature, the larger pool was a little chilly for my liking. But I bet in the AZ summer it warms up well! Loved the abundance of shady seating by the pool.
Another big plus for me at this resort was the gorgeous Southwest landscaping. Very nice...
We are planning to come back and stay longer prior to our next visit to our timeshare.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Mira Vista is an upscale clothing-optional resort that's a relaxing, stress-free escape from the world, yet so close to town. 14 suites and rooms, full-service restaurant & lounge, 2 large pools, conversation pool, spa, tennis, fitness center, massage. Unique, historic 30 acre property with forever views and beautiful desert landscaping. Open to day guests.New in 2011: Phase One of The Casas at Mira Vista condos for sale and nightly rentals. All roads paved, new 50amp RV spots. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Mira Vista Hotel Tucson