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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

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 days ago

This is a great place to go to connect with your physical, mental, and spiritual self, whichever or all if you choose. Great lectures on food, relationships, exercise, wellness, etc as well as exercise classes, yoga, meditation. Great hiking, mountain biking, and other activities. You can spend the day going all day or sitting by a pool. Great spa.

sportygirl54 - Chicago, Illinois

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 5 days ago

In the Arizona seder, at Miraval spa? You will find opportunities to search your mind, challenge your body and awaken you’re spirit, all in a journey to find a better, more balanced you. Staff is knowledgeable, the guests are interesting and open.

Leslie P - Greenvale, New York

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 6 days ago

Honestly, this place is awful. To be fair, I went with a large group and the group had many demands. However, the resort could not handle ANY of the requests. If you are planning a company trip here, do not go. If you are looking for a resort with amazing food, do not go. If you are looking for top notch staff, do not go. I will say the resort has gorgeous guest rooms, but that is honestly it. The food is gross. They know nothing about presentation. The staff is rude and degrading. The first thing they said when I arrived was 'we do not like to say no!'. Ironic because EVERYTHING you ask, they will say no. I was not told until I arrived that the resort is 90% women, and by women they mean overweight middle aged housewives who are ok with eating soggy Caesar salads and one bite servings of banana bread served in ziploc bags. The only way I can describe this place is a TOTAL CATFISH. We were shown beautiful event spaces online and when we were arrived, they were tiny picnic tables sandwiched between a parking lot and trailers. Our travel agent told us the awful service and terrible upkeep is likely from the fact that the resort was recently bought by Hilton. Since this was my first time at Miraval, I cannot compare, but I can say that I will absolutely never ever go back. Go to Canyon Ranch if you are looking for a wellness retreat. This place is a waste of money.

deviji01 - New York City, New York

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

The new ‘Retreat’ is gorgeous but the experience wasn’t seamless this time. Too many disappointments with the service this time. It felt like there were a lot of new staff who weren’t trained to go find the answer if they didn’t have one.

seatownwa - Seattle, Washington

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

An amazing place of release, reexamination, rejuvenation, and rejoice! 4-stars (versus 5-stars) due to 'organization/operations' issues. Read on. And do visit if you're interested. It will do you enormous GOOD. My original intent for this trip was physical exercise (get the heart rate up, which I did). I found myself spending equal time with mindful exercise. Morning start with before breakfast 2-hour hikes expertly lead by Kyle, Caleb, and Matt. Stops along the way to learn about flora and fauna. 10,000 steps before breakfast. Pam and Melisa helped me to find 'happy hips' and to set 'my shoulders free'. Mindful eating reminded me to put down the fork andchew/taste/chew/taste swallow. Slow the shoveling/eating down. Learn about bees and honey with Noel who makes that session tasty and fun. Amy's skill and the lymphatic hydra facial left me glowing and Stephen's years of training and hands released my shoulder knots without the pain I've come to know with massages elsewhere. Spa is open until 10pm. Wonderful way to end your day. The food is fresh, flavorful, colorful at all meals. Buffet at breakfast and lunch (there is a small menu too). Dinner is off a menu with lots of choices for meat eaters, pescatarians, and vegetarians alike. Small portions that are quite filling. Desserts that provide the sweet kick you seek. The waitstaff is extraordinarily personable. They learn your likes/dislikes quickly and how you take your coffee or drinks on Day One. Emily and Angie went the extra mile with a smile. Sit out-side if you can. It is calmer and less noisy than sitting inside the dining room, and has a pretty view of the mountain. If you don't want a full dinner, you can have a lighter bite in the bar area. If you need a pick me up during the day or before the hikes in the morning, Mona's smile will greet you at the juice bar -- try the bone broth. You come to feel like part of an extended family in no time. Everyone makes an effort to know your name and to get to know YOU. What you need to know: 1. Book as soon as you know you want to go. Ask about specials that will save you $$$. Ask about room layout. If you're the type that doesn't ever spend time in your room, the 100 or 200 rooms are in a perfect location (albeit a bit dated in layout ... we didn't have a double sink). The 600 rooms have more space and a lovely view of the mountain (although it's very dark returning to those rooms late at night). When at the ranch, don't accept a room that has structural issues (e.g., a shower that you cannot turn around, etc.). They will find you one that works best for you. 2. Book your classes and/or lectures as soon as you book your room. There are size limits for many, and you can get locked out. 3. Book you therapies in advance of your visit to get the services you seek at the time that you want with the therapist that you need, especially if you want the 4pm - 8pm window that is very popular. 4. When making your bookings, allow A LOT of time on the phone. Especially if you're going for more than two or three days. The reservationists are very helpful but for some reason the process takes more time than I anticipated. 5. For classes that don't have a sign-up, arrive early. The rooms are smallish (compared to other spas) and you could get closed out. Would I got to Miraval again, you bet. It's top-notch. And transformative.

eawnyc - New York

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