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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

Recent Marana reviews

  • Great location with spectacular night skyline

    "Well appointed, clean, quiet location with easy access to all amenities.great patio with views of the valley,picture postcard sunsets. Golfing near by offered a good variety of courses. Would definitely recommend this property."
    Guest: Playmoregolf Date of Stay: November 2013 Review Submitted: December 5, 2013
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  • Beautiful propert

    "Beautiful property and the owner was easy to work with. I would really recommend this property to anyone traveling the Dove Mountain"
    Guest: aherod Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: May 26, 2014
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  • Wonderful!

    "This home is wonderful! It is in a great location in NW Tucson and is close to hiking trails/golf/shopping. Market is close as well as Starbucks for you coffee lovers!! The home is in a gated neighborhood of upscale homes. It is Very Clean, Peaceful and Quiet (except for an occasional coyote howl :)!!!! The patio views the beautiful desert and mountains--it's great for morning coffee or evening supper. The master bedroom/bath is nice and large and 2 bedrooms are on the other side of home. Great location, great property and the owners are very nice/easy to contact and work with."
    Guest: Kathy Date of Stay: January 2014 Review Submitted: February 16, 2014
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  • Beautiful home

    "Beautiful home. Comfy. Just like being at home."
    Guest: Danielle M. Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 24, 2014
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Marana Travel Tips

Many Families Can Afford Marana Rentals

Just 21 miles from Tuscon, Marana is a town in southern Arizona that is becoming a more popular destination for Arizona vacations. Families interested in affordable accommodations should consider Marana rentals as they are located within a reasonable distance to many of the state’s main attractions. Marana lodging is available all throughout the year but if you are particularly sensitive to very hot weather, you may wish to reserve your vacation for the winter season.

Marana Lodging in the Middle of a Magical Desert

There is so much to see and do near Marana rentals that you may simply run out of time. Therefore, as you plan this vacation, consider Marana lodging for next year! Of course, the main attraction of Arizona vacations is the Grand Canyon, and it should not be missed. In addition to the magnificent canyon, the desert scenery is truly magical, especially the Painted Desert so do not leave your camera behind. You will also be quite close to ghost towns, ancient ruins, petrified forests, and so much more!

Arizona Vacations Let You Step into History

For a taste of the past just a short drive from Marana rentals, spend a day at the Arizona State Museum. Within its walls, you will experience Arizona’s history as the museum is both the largest and oldest in the Southwest. Take a look at ancient Southwest Indian pottery, learn about the Hohokam culture, see authentic Navajo textiles and Mexican folk masks, and so much more. Rest assured, the kids are sure to love it. Return to your Marana lodging with a little more knowledge than you had before.

Day Trips from Marana Rentals to the Caves

The phrase “Arizona vacations” should be synonymous with adventure, education, and beauty. There is simply so much to see. For one, the Sonoran Desert, lined with majestic mountains, is awe-inspiring. Do not miss the chance to visit the desert. Within the desert, you will be able to visit Colossal Cave which faces south. Take the 50-minute tour deep into the cave to not only learn its geology but also its history and influence on local culture and ancient lore.

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