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Coronavirus-19 UPDATE as of 8/20:

All hotels and resorts in Marana have remained open through out the stay-at-home order. Swimming pools and spas are allowed to reopen (by the Governor's executive order) as soon as they are able to do so safely, following CDC guidelines. Call hotels and resorts for up to the minute details.

Looking for a place to get away to? The Town of Marana offers all of the amenities of Tucson, however, Marana has only 400 people per square mile. Compare that population density to any city and you'll see that you can get away in Marana, while being minutes from a metropolitan area.

See Things to Do section for the area attractions, shopping, and parks updates.

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Take in a breathtaking view of an Arizona sunset from a luxurious resort patio or opt for a comfortable place near Interstate 10 with plenty of nearby shopping and dining. As the gateway to Southern Arizona, finding the perfect spot to explore all that the area has to offer is easy.

Enjoy a full range of hospitality experiences – from budget to luxurious.  Marana is home to one of two five-star hotels in Arizona, The Ritz Carlton, Dove Mountain,  named the No. 1 hotel in Arizona by Travel + Leisure Magazine. For the best rates and special deals, search and book here to begin planning your next vacation.

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Red Roof Inn

Red Roof Inn

Red Roof Inn in Marana offers free WiFi, an outdoor heated pool, coin laundry facilities,…

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Super 8

Super 8

Begin your morning energized with free 8-item SuperStart breakfast bonanza, and let our…

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Conveniently situated off I10, Travelodge offers spacious rooms and reasonable rates. Start…

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An authentic Arizona retreat

Dining Luxury Nature

Time stands still at The Ritz-Carlton, Dove Mountain, a scenic Southern Arizona resort that blends majestically into its Sonoran Desert and Tortolita Mountain setting. Surrounded by a lush Saguaro forest, the luxury mountain resort sits on land once inhabited by the indigenous Hohokam people, who honored its natural beauty with a spirit that still endures today.

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