Canyon Ranch Tucson

8600 E Rockcliff Rd | Tucson, AZ 85750  [SEE MAP]Tucson, AZ  [SEE ADDRESS]
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Tripadvisor Traveler Rating 5

I Found My Pathway at Canyon Ranch Tucson

Oct 21st, 2020

At the end of my time there I took a quiet walk around by myself. As I walked through the peaceful grounds at Canyon Ranch in Tucson, Arizona among the Saguaro cacti, I couldn’t help but think: I’ve found it. This place is The KEY. I really believe that everyone’s best chance for living their longest and healthy life is to visit Canyon Ranch Tucson and explore their own wellness with one of the Pathway Programs they offer. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

Tripadvisor Traveler Rating 4

Trying to Figure Out Running a Hotel in the Age of COVID-19

Oct 3rd, 2020

Although the three girlfriends I was traveling with had stayed at Canyon Ranch in the past, I never had. Trying out this spa during a global pandemic is probably not the best time to start. However, I figured I needed the de-stressing now more than ever, so off I went. They have only been re-open post-pandemic for a short while, and are clearly figuring things out. I would say my experience at this storied spa was mixed. On the plus side was the 6 am guided hikes. They were fantastic. The routes were great, the guides were great, the scenery was great. I can’t say enough good things about the hikes. On the minus side was the lack of food. At Canyon Ranch, at least in theory, all food is included and the food is unlimited. However in practice it was often not available. There were fountain drinks in the spa, but no cups. There was no coffee in the early hours at the first day, then on the second day there was terrible weak coffee. There was a cappuccino machine but I didn’t find out about its existence until the third day – why didn’t they promote this? Because many people go there to lose weight, the meals are small and low calorie. That is fair enough, I suppose I had signed up for that. But because I was so active with the aforementioned hikes, I would come back hungry and there was no easy access to food. The spa is clearly worried about people touching food but they could leave out wrapped cups, packages of chips or crackers, etc. Another problem was that all dining was inside. The outside patio by the pool which offered table service in the past was closed – why? So – back to the COVID risk – we all had to eat inside in a dark low-ceilinged restaurant clearly in need of a facelift. COVID or no COVID, I assumed I would be able to eat outside in a shady area and was disheartened to find out this was not the case. The service is good at this hotel, the rooms are fine, but not much better than a Hampton Inn in terms of décor. Wall-mounted TV had ugly cord dangling down. It was hard to evaluate the activities because they were restricted due to low attendance – which is fair enough. So again the experience was a mixed bag. To the Canyon Ranch owners I would say, try different approaches until you figure it out. Be agile. Be flexible. We are all figuring this out. Don’t just stick with the plan if the plan isn’t working. Figure out a new plan. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

Tripadvisor Traveler Rating 5

I feel like its Christmas!

Aug 4th, 2020

August 3, 2020 - a day to celebrate! After a 5 month closure, Canyon Ranch reopened today and it's better than ever! Staff and management have done an incredible job of making guests feel both welcome and safe. The vibe is so positive - It is clear that the staff is thrilled to be back. Although I can't see their smiles through their masks, the enthusiasm in their voices and sparkle in their eyes come through loud and clear. Even though the gym has not yet opened, and class offerings are less than normal, there is still plenty to do. The newly added outdoor activities are a great addition. The food is better than ever and the newly renovated rooms are a nice upgrade. The Canyon Ranch team has always been exceptional, The re-opening has taken it to a new level. A great big thank you to the team for all of the resilience, resourcefulness and commitment that went into making this happen. Looking forward to spending many, many more days at Canyon Ranch, the greatest place on earth! TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

Tripadvisor Traveler Rating 5

50th birthday

Jun 19th, 2020

The best decision I could have ever made was to treat myself doing something totally different for my 50th birthday! I have been wanting to go to Canyon Ranch Spa resort in Tucson, Arizona for a long time! At 50 “just do it!” Every single day healthy eating and drinking, no choice. All day access to the spa, gym, hikes, classes, lectures, meditation, etc. I tried so many things for the first time! Ashiatsu ( barefoot compressive massage)! This was the best freaking massage!!! Barefoot table Tai, Muscle melt for road warriors massage (paultice herbal, little bit of tai and deep tissue massage). Acuphoria (acupuncture), Neuromuscular Therapy. The icing on the cake was MY bday activity——Natural Rock climbing, That first climb (x 3 climbs), I was calling all the angels!! I froze in one spot not knowing which way to go to move forward. At this point it was all a challenge of mental strength vs mental weakness for me. I remained in that one spot for what felt like hours, literally. I looked up (long way to go), then looked down (long way to go). No movement at this point, literally against the wall, mind chatter and a sensation of wanting to cry and tell the guider “I’m done I can’t do this.” I looked up again, looked to both sides and just moved. I could hear the guiders saying “YES!!!!!!” “Just trust your big toe!!” 😳 I moved to a point where I could actually turn and sit for about min or two, then continued on finally reaching the top!! The rappel (descend) was easy!!! I climbed a few more times after the first! The guider “you killed that last climb!!!” 🙌 That wall was 600 feet. 6000 feet in elevation to get there. I asked myself, “were you nervous?” “No, just uncomfortable, no room for nervousness.” Had I been nervous I would have 💩 on myself and lost my ride back to the ranch!! ✌🏾 I can not remember the tour guy and the young girl.for the rock climbing Omg they were so very very nice!! I love them. I should have written the review as soon as soon as I got home. I so miss this place and the all the people that I encountered were so so very welcoming. Customer service was the best I had ever experienced. I am so wanting to go back. I’m afraid now that this corona virus is dampening everything. I’m trying to create my own spa experience until I can get back there. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

Tripadvisor Traveler Rating 4

Reliable Choice For Wellness Resort

Mar 10th, 2020

Returned to Canyon Ranch after a +10 year hiatus to find the experience still solid with a few noticeable changes. Would recommend if you are looking for a safe bet for a wellness trip. - All of the employees are very helpful and friendly. Most of them seem to genuinely enjoy working there and are long term employees. - Spa services overall were great and spa itself, although a little dated, continues to be lovely place to spend an afternoon. Rumor is they are soon renovating the spa area. - Lots of great evening programming. Our favorite was Saturday night line dancing with Art and Elaine from Tuscon Line Dancing. They made it so fun and it was a great workout! - Appreciate the choice in two restaurants, it helps keep things interesting. Food is good for being "healthy" and I applaud their effort to use less meat, garlic, onions, gluten, etc. Food just becomes a little boring after a few days. Next time we'll probably leave the Ranch for a meal. - Rooms were advertised as "remodeled" but to us they seemed more "redecorated". None of the appliances or fixtures changed. Seems like they removed the southwest decor like pillows and curtains and replaced them with purchases from HomeGoods. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

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