August 15, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

Searching for deals ...

Other Deals to Consider:

* Disclaimer

Miraval Resort & Spa in Tucson, Arizona

Mindfulness is at the core of Miraval Resort & Spa's philosophy. Set against the Santa Catalina Mountains amid cacti and golden desert fields, the Miraval experience aims to bring guests' physical, emotional, social and spiritual components into harmony with classes, treatments and opportunities for personal growth. With guidance from a team of on-site specialists – from physiologists to photographers to Native American shamans – you’ll create a path to living your best life in whatever way you choose.

Start the day with a gratitude meditation. Release tension with a session of aerial yoga, gliding into poses with the support of silk hammocks suspended off the ground. Join a group of new friends for a trail run across the sun-baked terrain. Gain clarity through a Reiki session and a sound bath from Tibetan singing bowls. Join Executive Chef Justin Macy to learn the secrets to healthy cooking. Sip on cabernet under the vivid constellations of the desert night sky.

Location of Miraval Resort & Spa

Miraval Resort & Spa
5000 East Via Estancia Miraval
Tucson, Arizona

Nearest Airport: TUS

Amenities for Miraval Resort & Spa

  • General Information
  • 118 Guest Rooms
  • Dining
  • Restaurant
  • Room Service
  • Organic Cuisine
  • Healthy Cuisine
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Spa on Property
  • Laundry Service
  • Fitness Center
  • Sauna
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Outdoor Whirlpool
  • Lap Pool
  • Outdoor Spa Treatments
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Bathrobes
  • Direct Dial Telephones
  • DVD Players
  • Hair Dryers
  • In-Room Safes
  • Flat-Screen Televisions
  • Luxury Bath Amenities
  • Radio & CD Players
  • Activities
  • Bicycling
  • Hiking
  • Tennis
  • Pilates
  • Mountain Biking
  • Cooking Demonstrations
  • Yoga
  • Fitness Classes
  • Rock Climbing
  • Meditation
  • Wellness Programs
  • Nearby
  • Golf
  • Interests
  • Active & Adventure
  • All Inclusive
  • Golf
  • Spa & Wellness
  • Summer Getaways

Reviews for Miraval Resort & Spa

Now featuring traveler reviews from:


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 21 hours ago

This place is heavenly! I will definitely return soon. I've been telling everyone who will listen about it! The spa services, equine experiences, the food, hikes, all of it exceeded my highest expectations!

Gloria L - Salinas, California

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 23 hours ago

This was my first trip to Marival in honor of special birthdays coming up. Every thing about our stay of 3 days was wonderful. The treatments were first rate and we enjoyed a variety of exercise classes. The resort provides large umbrellas as this was monsoon season, but that did not interfere with our stay. The room is comfortable. Village 1 and 2 are closer to main building and easy walk to spa and body mindful center. I hope to return in the near future.

367revaf - Glenview, Illinois

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

TRANSPORTATION: - Free shuttle pickup at airport, but it's not private and you get lumped together with other arrivals so you sometimes have to wait up to 20 minutes for other passengers and their luggage - Same return shuttle to airport departs every hour ROOMS: - Even though Miraval is itself kind of old (built in 1990s) the rooms have recently been renovated and look pretty nice. The bed has Frette linens and the most comfortable duvet and pillows so that you feel like you're sleeping in a cloud. - Bathroom is a little small (again, built in 1990s), but not a huge deal. Shower only, no bathtub. SERVICE: - This is where the extra start could come from. From our check in, we just noticed that *some* of the staff just didn't seem all that enthusiastic about working or helping us. There was one older lady in particular that was outright rude to us and accelerated so fast in the buggy that I literally was almost thrown off the back of it (now that would have been interesting..) I hear that the place is under new management and that is what is reponsible for the change in service. FOOD: - All food and snacks are free, but the portions are SMALL (or have we just become accustomed to massive portions in America?) I had to order 2 appetizers, 1 entree, 1 dessert for dinner and still not really be that full. The good thing is you can order as much as you want, and the waiters are pretty cool about it and not making you (ahem, me) feel like a total pig. - Alcohol you have to pay for but unlike Canyon Ranch (ahem!) they offer plenty of wines and cocktails. RESORT: - There are a myriad of activities but they are only offered at certain days/times so depending on when you are staying, you might not be able to do something like the outside tightrope, aerial yoga, etc. I didn't plan as well in advance as I could have but next time I would preplan my trip based on what activities I really wanted to do. - Some activities are free but you have to sign up ahead of time and if you don't show then you pay a penalty. - There are 3 pools in the resort- 1 main one "Oasis," one by the fitness center, and another one by the spa. The main one has a Cabana you can rent for $75/hr and supposedly there is a bar there but when we went the bar was closed, there was no one there, and we had to get our own towels and open our own umbrella- it was the weird experience ever- this was on a Sunday at 3pm! We couldn't even get a drink by the pool! SPA: - The spa is wonderful and has a wide array of treatments. I would definitely recommend the Naga which is a Miraval exclusive and is a sort of Thai massage (so you know what you're getting into). Prices are on the high side but the treatments are good and there is no gratuity, which helps. - Spa shop is super cute and has some really good products OVERALL - Probably not the best value, but for a girls trip or a nice rest and relaxation massage, it's a decent choice. I think the obvious thing to say here is that the main competitor is Canyon Ranch which is nicer and more expensive. Miraval COULD be great but they need more (and better trained) staff and need to try a little harder if they want to compete in this space.

Tiffany M - San Francisco, California

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 5 days ago

"We don't want you leaving feeling unhappy with us," said one of the managers who failed to completely credit a disappointing (dis)service. Unhappy to the tune of $250 plus tax? You bet. Canyon Ranch would have reverses charges without blinking. The new Miraval is clearly not interested in my satisfaction. And it comes at a high price in low season. What's Good: Many of the old staff: Victoria (spa) and many fitness instructors recognized and greeted me warmly even though it had been a year. The food is still is on the small portion side but is fresher than before. What's New: The basic rooms are 1/2 updated with that silver No Cal style decorating (which is pleasant but ignores the fact the resort is in a desert) but doesn't really coordinate with the old bathroom wood and fixtures. I say: update it all! What's Bad: Reservations. To call repeatedly and be put on hold forever is dismaying. I had to call 4 times to place a reservation. During my stay, I called to add a night and and got no reply, ever. And I can't recommend the new psychic (Alexandra) who told me about a loved one had passed who in fact is very much alive.

Adventure_Waits - Tucson, AZ

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 5 days ago

You can go for any reason - disconnect, be outdoors, overall wellness, mindfulness, anything and Miraval has it.I would recommend this to anyone - couples or friends going. We all got something unique and special out of it and I can see myself going year after year and having a new experience each time. The amount of activities (indoor/outdoor, classes, etc) and spa services they offer are unparalleled. Try the things you've never heard of - they are the most special!!

tracier372 - Newport Beach, United States

Read more reviews or write a review