Arizona Grand Resort
A feast for the senses, this 220-acre resort, convention facility and water park is set amid a backdrop of gently rolling hills and majestic South Mountain vistas.
Overseen by tennis director Jim Ferguson and his team of USPTA-certified pros, the resort's Tennis Complex includes five hard courts, each lighted for evening play. A full roster of adult and teen programs includes private and small-group lessons, daily clinics, cardio-tennis sessions, and one-, two-, three- and five-day tennis schools. Also offered is computerized game and stroke analysis, match-making with local members, and a popular weekly "Smash and Dash" round robin.
Please Note: Unfortunately the hotel has recently undergone some renovation that affected the tennis courts. At this time they do not have tennis courts available on the property for guests. They do have some locations close by and are under the planning phase of building new courts to replace the old ones.
Off the Court
The four-floor Phantom Horse Athletic Club contains an extensive array of cardio and weight-training equipment, and hosts more than 40 group fitness classes each week. It has four indoor racquetball courts, six swimming pools, a basketball court, indoor and outdoor whirlpools, and an on-site staff of sports-medicine physicians and nutritional counselors. Also offered is a broad menu of desert-inspired spa, beauty and massage treatments. The resort has 60 miles of biking, hiking and horseback-riding trails; an 18-hole golf course and practice green; and the six-acre Oasis Water Park.
Accommodations and Dining
An all-suite resort, Pointe South's 640 guest rooms each feature separate living rooms, oversized work areas with high-speed Internet access and unlimited local phone calls, and private patios or balconies. Of the property's six restaurants and bars, its signature is the California-Asian-influenced Latitude 30°. Other dining options included Aunt Chilada's for Mexican fare; Rustler's Rooste, which specializes in thick steaks and cowboy poetry; and the Phantom Horse Grill and Sports Bar.
Accommodations and standard resort amenities only
- January - April: $309 and up/night
- May: $269 and up/night
- June - August: $169 and up/night
- September - December: $299 and up/night
Tennis school add-on
- One-day: $75/person
- Two-day: $150/person
- Three-day: $210/person
- Five-day: $345/person
*prices may vary
Buckaroo Roundup and Cactus Kids Club programs provide supervised activities for children up to 12 years old. But the on-site Oasis Water Park serves up the resort's ultimate kid-oriented fun: Its highlights include three 200-foot waterslides, a lazy river for inner-tubing, and a massive wave pool.
The resort is about 7 miles from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX).