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Recent Oro Valley reviews

  • Tucson Perfect Rental

    "Absolutely perfect rental. Well stocked, clean, couldn't be better."
    Guest: Ken Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: May 14, 2014
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  • Classy Casita in Rancho Vistoso

    "From the moment we entered the casita, we were impressed with the very nice furnishings and the lovely Southwestern décor so appropriate to the area. The condo was extremely well equipped with kitchen items (dishes, silverware, pots and pans, utensils and even sharp knives in a knife block) as well as housekeeping items (napkins, paper towels, Glad wrap, foil, laundry detergent, salt, pepper, sugar, and even a quarter pound of butter). The electric grill on the patio and a garage with an opener were nice amenities. The condo was extremely clean and the owners were great to work with from the initial contact and even after we departed. The desert landscape and the sunsets from the patio were absolutely beautiful. We have rented VRBOs around the world and this is definitely one of the nicest ones! Hopefully it will be available for our next trip to Tucson."
    Guest: Joseph Laforest Date of Stay: January 2014 Review Submitted: February 28, 2014
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  • 2nd visit from Pennsylvania

    "Our 2nd visit to this house just about 1 year apart. Everything in perfect working condition, extremely clean and in ready to move in condition. Very well stocked you almost can show up unprepared for an extended stay. Since people come and go here and many leave consumables behind not worth taking back home the pantry was stocked nicely again this year with little things you don't have to run out to buy. No need to call the front desk for an extra pillow. I think there must be a dozen or so pillows here and there in various closets. We have never used the formal dining room or even really stepped into that room but we laughed that after 2 visits my daughter discovered a small DVD library with some movies in there we never knew was there. Watching TV is not high on our to-do list just funny how you find new things after having stayed there already and even manage to find 2 items we left behind last year. Also the walk in closet has a shelf lined with books if you care to hunt for something to read. The pool was clean and in July of course it was also nice and warm. The photos displayed on the web-site accurately depict the property. If business takes me to this area I would prefer to stay here over any of the high-end Tucson resorts and I have been at Loews Vantana Canyon, La Paloma, El Conquistador to name the ones I can recall."
    Guest: Pennsylvania traveller Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 7, 2014
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  • Best House in the Tucson Area!

    "My husband & I stayed 3 nights in Fred & Bonnie's beautiful house. The location - North of the busy city and nestled on the edge of the gorgeous Catalina Mountains. The neighborhood is quiet. Birds everywhere. A spin in the golf cart is so worth it! So many amenities in the development. The house itself is clean, beds are very comfortable, the couches are extremely comfortable for naps! The house is the perfect size with a nice kitchen, table for at least 6-8, nice living room with recliners and a big L-shaped couch, 2 great sized bedrooms, and 2 nice bathrooms. We were given two keys and two garage door openers, which was great! Plenty of dishes, great washer & dryer, and just about everything you could need for a pleasant stay. The patio was great for bird watching, reading, lunch, and soaking in the sun. What to do in Tucson? We were lucky to be there in mid-Nov - the temps were in the 80's. You can spend a whole day at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum (we think it would be very hot in the dead of summer). But such a unique place, with a cave, aquarium, live bird shows, cactus everywhere, animals, great walking paths... You can take the road North through the Saguaro National Park for a scenic ride back to the house. Our next day was spent hiking in Sabino Canyon. Another gorgeous day! Whether you hike or take the tram - it's worth it. Our last day we went into town and attended mass at the impressive St Augustine. Easy walk to the visitor's center and old town Tucson. We also had an amazing meal at Rosa's Mexican Food on East Fort Lowell Road in Tucson. It was very hard to come home to Denver and a real cold spell on Monday. Thank you again Fred & Bonnie!"
    Guest: travelers Date of Stay: November 2013 Review Submitted: November 30, 2013
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Oro Valley Travel Tips

Access the Major Attractions from Oro Valley Rentals

Located just north of Tucson and at the foot of the Arizona mountains, Oro Valley provides the weary traveler with gorgeous scenery and easy access to every attraction in between. Stay in Oro Valley rentals and enjoy the peace and quiet of a removed location while still being able to see everything you hoped for in the big cities surrounding you.

A Quiet Day in the Mountains near Oro Valley Rentals

Consider spending a few days simply enjoying the mountain air surrounding your Oro Valley lodging. Take a hike with the family, pack a picnic, or even camp out for a night or two in the wilderness. Arizona vacations are known for access to beautiful nature and wildlife, so take advantage and simply appreciate the big-city lights from a distance.

Make a Wish near Oro Valley Lodging

Take a day trip to downtown Tucson during your stay in Oro valley rentals and visit the El Tiradito Wishing Shrine on Main Street. Near the historic barrio, the local tale about the well includes stories of lost love and crimes of passion. Make a wish at this national historic site before returning to your Oro Valley lodging, but don’t tell anyone what it is! Visiting the Mexican-American side of town in the district that houses the barrio will offer plenty of photo opportunities and many historic adobe buildings that Arizona vacations are famous for.

Enjoy the Nature of Arizona Vacations

Visit the Biosphere 2, located a short drive from Oro Valley rentals, for a unique learning experience. Controlled habitats, special exhibits and ongoing experiments will make your stay in Oro Valley lodging a memorable occasion. Much like other Arizona vacations, you’ll also have access to modern conveniences such as the gift shop and restaurant during your visit.

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