Find the perfect villa for your next vacation in Phoenix
Arizona’s capital city appears like a glittering mirage in the midst of the Sonoran Desert - perhaps that’s where Phoenix gets its name, rising as it does like a mirage out of the arid landscape. The city is known for its warm climate and even warmer welcome.
Phoenix is a popular vacation destination for fans of the great outdoors, with desert treks, state parks, golf, and desert star-gazing opportunities to be had. The city is also a brilliant vacation destination for arts and culture enthusiasts. With several great museums and galleries, as well as fantastic food and nightlife.
Our Phoenix homes are ideally located in some of the city’s most popular locations, perfect for exploring this beautiful city. Phoenix vacation rentals come with a whole host of fantastic features, including private pools, games rooms, outdoor kitchens, and home gyms, making them ideal for family vacations, city breaks for couples, and group getaways in villas sleeping up to 26 people.
A great way to stay cool in the dry desert heat of Arizona is to stay in one of our Phoenix vacation rentals with pools. These wonderful homes in and around the state capital are ideal for a luxurious getaway, with a choice of pools including sleek lap pools and beautifully designed feature pools with outdoor spaces made for relaxing beneath the endless skies of Arizona.
Our dedicated and knowledgeable Travel Planners will be on hand to help you from the moment you book and throughout your stay
We offer you the best selection of homes in beautiful destinations and trending hotspots
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Enjoy all the attractions of Phoenix with your best friend in tow with our pet-friendly Phoenix rentals. Phoenix's most popular activities and attractions are within easy reach, and the homes themselves are stunning, with plenty of room for guests with paws as well, with outdoor and indoor space to enjoy.
With over 100,000 happy guests every year and international media writing about our incredible homes and service, you can book your next stay with us with total confidence.
The Grand Canyon is 230 miles by road. It takes about 3 hours and 45 minutes to drive between the two.
Snow in Pheonix rarely, if ever falls. The most significant snowfall in the city was recorded in 1937 when 1 inch fell.
Phoenix is 331 meters above sea level.
Phoenix’s nickname is The Valley Of The Sun, which gives a good clue as to what it is known for! The city is famous for dry, warm weather, perfect for exploring the beautiful desert landscapes close to Phoenix. It is also the fifth most populous city in the USA, with a fantastic range of nightlife, shopping, restaurants, and city attractions to enjoy.
There are 3 airports in Phoenix, the biggest being Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport (PHX).
Phoenix is not known for its cold weather. The coldest temperatures will likely occur in December and January, when night temperatures can fall to around 40 F (4.4C), and day temperatures hover around 65F (18C).
The average annual number of rainy days in Phoenix is 36. August is the wettest month, with 5 days of rain, while June is the driest, usually having 0 rainy days.