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Lodge at Ventana Canyon
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Reviewed December 27, 2011

We spent 3 nights over the Christmas holiday at Ventana Lodge and were pleasantly surprised. It was a great value and had a cozy atmosphere that is lacking in many of the larger resorts. All the rooms (55 I think) are suites and range from 800-1500 sq ft and feature a kitchenette. The meals were Excellent and modestly priced. All gratuities were included so there was no need to carry cash for tipping. The property has all the amenities including; spa, fitness room, tennis and racquetball courts, pools and 2 beautiful golf courses. It is close to shopping and dining, but is completely isolated within a secure gated community. You will not find a nicer hotel anywhere near this price. The only reason for the 4-star rating was that some of the areas are a little worn and the place shuts down a little early in the evening.

  • Stayed: December 2011, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank rjtrvlr
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Reviewed November 17, 2011

Have had many trips to beautiful Arizona and love the weather ,people and golf. Sadly this once grande lodge has fallen to sullen rude stall,and an egocentric management focused on the geriatric golf membership. Beware hidden fees and charges that show up long after your card is closed off! Loud leaf blowers on the tennis courts ensure an early wake-up call say 7!Filth,beyond description is apparent in the mens locker room. The management avoids addressing concerns.Too bad,nice spot .

Room Tip: golf course view
  • Stayed: November 2011, traveled on business
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Reviewed November 3, 2011

This is not just another resort destination. The Lodge is the uber R & R oasis. Quite surroundings, beautiful property with postcard views. The staff is excellent and they will see to your needs no matter what it may take. It's like going to vist a good friend.

Room Tip: Several choices but the rooms facing the golf course are special.
  • Stayed: October 2011, traveled with friends
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Thank terryboyle
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Reviewed November 2, 2011

Beautiful property. Exceptional location, dead-quiet. Great in house restaurant, exceptional wine-list with the best $'s I've ever seen! The Wednesday night Italian Buffet is NOT to be missed! The quality of the food was "over the top" & the price/value was unbelievable!!! Did not get a chance to play golf but should not be missed if your schedule will allow? The only thing lacking is the swimming pool - it's a Country Club style pool - not the kind of pool you would expect @ a high-end Resort in the Desert. Found great mid-week rates. Stayed in a 1,200 Sq ft 2 room suite - very nice but don't bother unless your traveling on business with another associate. Stick with the 1 Bdrm Suite. Go - you'll like it!



  • Stayed: October 2011
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Thank Mrmojo58
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Reviewed October 31, 2011

The property is fabulous. The people were friendly and helpful. The room was at least twice the size of a normal hotel room...with a full kitchen/breakfast area, a huge bathroom, and a nice living room. The private deck with table and chairs was pleasant, even if it looked out on oleander bushes. There were nice amenities like upscale toiletries, bathrobes, etc. It appeared like the Lodge really targets golfers--and was voted in the top 30 golf resorts by Conde Nast. It seemed like a very well kept and upscale property. However, when one buys on Priceline, one does not expect the taxes and fees to add 50% to the cost. That really takes one by surprise....

  • Stayed: October 2011, traveled on business
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