The Ritz-Carlton Dove Mountain
The Ritz-Carlton, Dove Mountain
15000 N Secret Springs Dr, Marana, AZ 85658
Five-Star Luxury Resort
The quiet mystery of the Arizona desert pairs with anticipatory service and luxury amenities at this Marana hotel. Close to Tucson yet secluded amid the Tortolita Mountains, The Ritz-Carlton, Dove Mountain appeals to adventurous travelers who seek solitude. Follow a morning hike with fresh juice made from oranges you picked along the way and loosen muscles with a gemstone massage after a round of intense golf.
- Three golf courses offering 27 championship holes
- Luxury resort spa with holistic treatments inspired by Arizona gemstones
- Three hotel swimming pools, including one with a 235-foot slide
- Five-star Restaurants include a Latin grill, burger bistro and American kitchen
- Renovated hotel rooms with mountain views and terraces overlooking Marana
Recreation and Adventure Programming
- More than 20 miles of hiking and biking trails winding through spectacular Arizona mountain terrain.
- Unlimited recreational opportunities include tennis, golf, swimming and a 235-foot waterslide
- Hiking and adventure programming
- Ranger led tours of ancient Indian petroglyphs
- Three swimming pools
- Ritz Kids program for children ages 5 through 12
The Ritz-Carlton, Dove Mountain is pleased to include the following amenities and services:
- Unlimited and enhanced guest room high-speed Internet access
- Access to the Golf Club Driving Range and Putting Green utilizing complimentary Callaway Clubs.
- Unlimited use of specialized mountain and road bikes
- Recreation activities such as Guided Morning Walk, Desert Friends Experience, family board games, bocce ball, horseshoes and more
- Unlimited use of tennis courts (equipment rental included)
- Evening mixology class
- Selection of daily newspapers
- 24-Hour use of computer and printing services in Business Center
- 24-Hour access to Fitness Center & Movement Studio.
- Daily Fitness Classes located in Movement Studio (i.e. yoga/Pilates)
The Ritz-Carlton, Dove Mountain is located:
- 30 minutes from Tucson International Airport
- 90 minutes from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport
- 100 minutes from Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport
- 15 minutes from Marana Regional Airport
The resort offers overnight valet parking for a fee and self-parking is available at no additional cost.
Marana, Arizona, is tucked away in Tucson’s Sonoran Desert, a luxury hotel offers a connection to the land and modern desires.
Surrounded by the canyons of the Tortolita Mountains in Tucson, AZ, The Ritz-Carlton, Dove Mountain offers a spirit of adventure and the feeling of true relaxation. The secluded setting creates a quiet retreat where resort guests indulge in a wide array of experiences: 27 championship holes at the Golf Club of Dove Mountain; holistic, gemstone-inspired therapies at a luxury spa; 26 miles of hiking trails and a sprawling swimming pool complex.
Award-winning restaurants include a Latin grill, American kitchen, and clubhouse restaurant serving rustic fare. Restaurants at The Ritz-Carlton reflect the desert surroundings. Citrus from the resort’s orchard brightens breakfast at Core Kitchen & Wine Bar. Live music and pub fare are served with a mountain view at Ignite. And craft beers at Cayton’s are ideal after a day of golf in Tucson.
Please note – Food and Beverage outlet offerings and operating hours are subject to change.
- Core Kitchen & Wine Bar – Regionally-inspired American casual dining is complemented by an extensive wine list. At breakfast, guests pick their own oranges, tangelos and grapefruits from the restaurant’s 42-tree orchard.
- Ignite – This fire-themed lobby lounge features live music, cocktails, global whiskies, gastropub fare and daily mixology classes. Enjoy indoor and outdoor seating overlooking Wild Burro Canyon in Marana, AZ.
- Turquesa Latin Grill – Latin fare and locally-inspired plates are served at this poolside restaurant, along with premium tequilas, hand-crafted margaritas and signature cocktails.
- Cayton’s – Located at The Golf Club, this causal clubhouse restaurant focuses on rustic and refined cuisine rooted in Southern Tradition.
- To|Go – Grab a quick coffee, cup of tea, healthy smoothie or sweet treat at TO|GO, open for breakfast in Marana from 6 a.m. to 12 p.m. daily.
- “A” Mountain – “A” Mountain is a beacon for the University of Arizona Wildcats and is a sight always remembered by students from UofA. Climb up “The A” for a great view of the city.
- The Boneyard – AMARG Tour – One of the most haunting sites in Tucson is The Boneyard, home to 4,200 retired or maintenance-needy military and space aircraft.
- Mount Lemmon – is cool. No really cool. It can be 30 degrees Fahrenheits cooler than Marana so it’s a great place to beat the heat. And shop. Summerhaven’s historic store is popular with most credit cards.
- Mount Lemmon Ski Valley – Mount Lemmon dates back to World War II, and activities are available in summer as well as winter. The nearby hiking is also memorable.
- Arizona State Museum – While on UofA campus, the Arizona State Museum is an insider’s choice, with the largest collection of authentic pre-historic Southwestern pottery and anthropological objects in the world.
- Rillito River Park – A perfect spot for a hike, bike ride or dog walk. You can choose between soft or paved surfaces & distances are marked. No need to cross any streets on your walk, hike or ride. Families are welcome.
- Tumamoc Hill – Located in the heart of Tucson, Tumamoc Hill is like the city’s own Central Park. Hikes here offer beautiful city views and a wonderful photographic way to capture #RCMemories.
- Reid Park Zoo – Animals at Reid Park Zoo tend to be most active-and the crowds smallest-in the morning & shortly before closing. While here don’t miss a camel ride or giraffe encounter for the ultimate meet-and-greet
- Trail Dust Town – Don’t miss the Museum of the Horse Soldier with its rare artifacts plus the always-fun Wild West Stunt show, train ride, panning for gold, and wonderful photo ops throughout the town.
- Children’s Museum Tucson – You’re about to delight in Tucson’s only children’s museum.Don’t miss the Bodyology exhibit, with its oversized body parts that move and make sounds. Even grown-ups will be amazed and amused.
- Saguaro National Park – The park is a perfect place to see the beautiful Saguaro cactus. Drive by to see desert animals as well as stories-high cacti for as far as the eye can see.
- Tucson Museum of Art – For a colorfully visual look at Tucson’s past, don’t miss the Tucson Museum of Art. The museum’s 8,000-piece collection includes its current Southwest Anthems landscape exhibit, through February 2015.
- Sabino Canyon Recreation Area – Sabino Canyon is a dream for wilderness hikers and mountain bikers. There are plenty of creeks, cacti and critters to enjoy (particularly at night) as well trail tram rides every 30 minutes.
- Pima Air & Space Museum – The aircraft exhibits at Pima Air & Space Museum are wonderful, but it’s the bone-yard next door with 4,400 abandoned jets that will make your jaw drop. Tours are first come, first served.
- Old Tucson – Gun-slinging Hollywood history come to life. They still film Westerns here as well as giving family shows and tours. Pull on a six-shooter, walk the walk, celebrate your inner John Wayne.
- Biosphere 2 – Want to walk through mangroves, rainforests, savannah and a fog desert in the space of an hour? Yes. Then the futuristic Biosphere 2 is the place for you. Wild and wonderful.