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  • 201 South Cortez Street, Prescott
  • Tourist
  • 928-777-1100

Prescott Area Tourism Prescott is a destination that transcends the Arizona archetype. No sweltering summers or miles of cactus covered moonscape. The town’s mile-high location in the Grand Canyon State’s central highlands brings four mild seasons, an average annual daytime temperature of about seventy degrees, and over 300 days of sunshine.

  • 331 Forest Road, Sedona
  • Tourist
  • 800-288-7336

Sedona Chamber of Commerce Sedona is known by many as "Red Rock Country” and is a magical place of art and culture located in Central Arizona. Friendly locals and beautiful surroundings make this quite the popular destination.

  • 3200 North Central Avenue, Phoenix
  • State
  • 602-248-9172

  • 5000 W. Carefree Highway, Phoenix
  • State
  • 602-942-3000

  • 1240 E. Missouri Ave., Phoenix
  • State
  • 602-604-0729

The Arizona Hotel & Lodging Association (AzHLA) is a membership organization representing more than 35,000 guestrooms statewide and 400+ members including hotel, resorts, B&B's and related industry partners. Serving seasoned hoteliers, those new to the industry as well as businesses who cater to ho...

  • 1110 West Washington Street, Phoenix
  • State
  • 602-364-3700

  • Prescott
  • Tourist
  • 928-445-2000

  • 101 S. Cortez St., Ste. A, Prescott
  • Tourist
  • 928-778-2929

Discover a beautiful region rich with history and culture, outdoor adventures and scenic escapes. Stroll the Prescott Courthouse Square, shop the downtown boutiques, enjoy a bite to eat or step up to the bar on our historic Whiskey Row. Catch one of our many music festivals or sports games and en...

  • 344 South Cortez Street, Prescott
  • Federal
  • 928-443-8000

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Sedona Sedona Sedona
Central ArizonaSedona is known by many as "Red Rock Country” and is a magical place of art and culture located in Central Arizona. Friendly locals and beautiful surroundings make this quite the popular destination.
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Prescott is a destination that transcends the Arizona archetype. No sweltering summers or miles of cactus covered moonscape. The town’s mile-high location in the Grand Canyon State’s central highlands brings four mild seasons, an average annual daytime temperature of about seventy degrees, and over 300 days of sunshine.
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