Arizona Lodging

Just minutes northwest of Phoenix is the quiet community of Surprise, AZ. Surrounded by the Sonoran Desert, mountain parklands, and a regional lake, Surprise is home to quiet, clean neighborhoods, and a vibrant community lifestyle. With only a short drive to all the Phoenix metro has to offer, Surprise will surprise you with all the other community events it hosts annually. From the MLB Texas Rangers and Kansas City Royals spring training events to the USTA Tennis Champions Series featuring some of the best all-time tennis pro’s, Surprise offers a complete out-west cultural experience. Schedule your vacation rental property in Surprise today by contacting Signature Vacation Rentals.

Welcome to Scottsdale, a beautiful city in the eastern part of Maricopa County, Arizona, adjacent to Phoenix. Scottsdale is regarded as an upscale tourist and shopping destination and is a true representation of western American style. The New York Times has been quote as describing downtown Scottsdale as "a desert version of Miami's South Beach" and as having "plenty of late night partying and a buzzing hotel scene." Scottsdale is bordered to the north by Carefree, to the south by Tempe, and to the east by Fountain Hills and the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, to the west by Phoenix and Paradise Valley, making it the center of attraction for the local communities. Beautiful mountains and peaks ultimately prevail in every direction. Come to Scottsdale for the community vibe, great restaurants, upscale shopping, incredible golf, and the vacation of a lifetime. There is so much to do, so much to see, and so many places to enjoy, Scottsdale should be the center of your vacation. It is close enough to the great outdoors in the Sonoran Desert, a drive over to a sporting event, or a day trip to northern or southern Arizona. Let our vacation specialists help put you in the center of activity by booking one of our incredible vacation rental properties. Contact us today.

When you think of a great vacation destination, do you imagine a place where you'll find everything from world-class hotels and resorts and fine dining to exhilarating adventure, breath-taking golf courses, trendy shopping, modern nightlife and enriching culture? Then planning a trip to Phoenix, Arizona is the right choice. Whether you are planning a trip for business or pleasure, or maybe even thinking of moving here in the future, Phoenix is a great Arizona vacation destination and a central location for activities, culture, and outdoor entertainment. Phoenix has the nickname of “The Valley of the Sun” for its 300 days of sunshine each year. Downtown attractions include the Park at Patriots Square, the Arizona Science Center, the Desert Botanical Gardens, the Phoenix Zoo, the Chinese Cultural Center, and much, much more. Home to the NBA Phoenix Suns at U.S. Airways Arena, MLB Arizona Diamondbacks at Chase Field, the WNBA Phoenix Mercury, the NHL Phoenix Coyotes, and the Arena Football Arizona Rattlers, professional sporting events are close almost year round. But if you’re not into sports, the Phoenix area has so much to offer for cultural events, museums, the great outdoors in the Sonoran Desert, and is a central point for visits to other parts of the state. Contact your Customer Representative at Signature Vacation Rentals for more information about the Phoenix area, a quality vacation home rental, or to list your home with our property managers.
Peoria, Arizona was founded and named by Mid-western settlers from Peoria, IL in 1886. Peoria was incorporated in 1954, once only one square mile, now spreading across 176 square miles. Only 13 miles northwest of downtown Phoenix, and right next door to Glendale, the list of amenities, activities, and entertainment are extensive. Take a quick drive to Lake Pleasant, Arizona’s second largest lake, or perhaps a spring training game at the Peoria Sports complex, home to the San Diego Padres and Seattle Mariners. Maybe consider Turf Soaring School, freefalling from the sky, or a visit to the cultural center. Fine and casual dining to meet all appetites, shops, sports and sporting events, parks, and the great outdoors are all immediately within your reach. No matter what you enjoy during your vacation, Peoria has something to offer everyone. Contact our Signature Vacation Rentals offices for more information and to find the perfect vacation home rental.
Paradise Valley
The history of Paradise Valley takes us back to the late 1800’s when cattle grazed in the area surrounded by the McDowell Mountains to the east and Camelback Mountain to the south. This is also when the Rio Verde Canal Company decided to turned this open grazing area into irrigated farmland. Then in 1889, the Rio Verde Canal Company sent three surveyors to this area and they were so taken by the beauty and tranquility of the desert landscape that they named this area Paradise Valley. It wasn’t until post World War II when settlements in Paradise Valley begin in earnest. At that time, Paradise Valley, which is Maricopa County, was a rural residential area with few commercial entities. The homes, although modest in size and style, usually rest on a one to five acre parcel of land. In the late 1950’s the residents who lived in Paradise Valley area feared that they would lose the rural lifestyle they had become accustomed to since Phoenix and Scottsdale were looking to expand their respective boundaries. The residents had no desire to be swallowed up by Phoenix or Scottsdale, and eventually the subdivisions, shopping centers, new zoning laws and property taxes as well. The residents were so concerned with the possibility of this happening to their now quiet community that they formed a “Citizens Committee for the Incorporation of The Town of Paradise Valley, Arizona,” who set out with petitions urging residents to join them in their attempt to incorporate Paradise Valley. The ultimate goal was three fold: keep zoning to a one house per acre minimum; keep the area entirely residential; and keep government regulation to a minimum. The Citizens Committee for Incorporation presented their petition to the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors in April 1961, and on May 24th, 1961, the petition was granted and the Town of Paradise Valley was established. Paradise Valley is surrounded by several Arizona mountain ranges, including Mummy Mountain, and offer residents a gorgeous view no matter which direction your looking.
Mesa has fast become the third largest metropolitan city in the state of Arizona offering a variety of lifestyle and leisure pursuits that are in high demand by visitors and residents alike. Only 20 miles east of Phoenix, and home to the second major airport serving the area, Mesa’s population is booming. Now boasting 460,000 residents, Mesa’s population is greater than such well-known cities as Minneapolis, St. Louis, Pittsburgh, and Miami. Mesa is a great place to live, with a highly attractive lifestyle. Mesa is unique among cities in the Phoenix area because of the Sonoran Desert, a playground for incredible sought-after outdoor recreation and one-of-a-kind attractions. Pair this with fabulous weather, exquisite dining, and ample shopping opportunities you have the makings for incredible discoveries in the American Southwest. Events, activities, dining and shopping keep residents of Mesa and its surrounding communities busy all year long. Some of Mesa's key attractions are: Arizona Museum for Youth; Arizona Museum of Natural History; Local Concerts; Hohokam Stadium - Spring Training with the Chicago Cubs; Mesa Arts Center; Mesa Historical Museum; Riverview Golf Course to name but a few. For more information about a quality vacation rental in Mesa, please visit our offices at Signature Vacation Rentals or check us out online at
Goodyear, Arizona, is a city with tremendous community spirit that offers residents a rich, rewarding quality of life. Goodyear is the winner of two prestigious national awards in 2008 - the All-America City and City Livability awards. It has been said that Goodyear is a city with relaxed sophistication where you will feel at home right away. Goodyear is less than 20 minutes west of downtown Phoenix, resting in the shadows of the Estrella Mountains. It is one of the fastest growing cities in the Valley of the Sun. Here you can enjoy the advantages of a small community, with all the cultural and entertainment resources the metro Phoenix area has to offer. Truly the best of both worlds! Goodyear has something to offer everyone, young and old, such as scenic mountain views, desert vistas, golf courses, wide open spaces, lakes and parks and palm-lined streets. Goodyear has been one of the fastest growing cities in the country, attracting over 64,600 residents, and with 320+ sunny days each year, it is easy to see why. You can enjoy an active lifestyle year-round in Goodyear. With about 90 percent of its total 189 square miles of affordable land still available for development, Goodyear is a city of great opportunity! For more information about all the community of Goodyear has to offer, visit our offices at Signature Vacation Rentals.
Glendale, Arizona is a true suburb of Phoenix, only nine miles center to center toward the Northwest. Glendale is home to the NFL Arizona Cardinals, and host to the 2015 Super Bowl Game. Glendale also hosts the annual Tostitos Fiesta Bowl each year. Glendale offers anything your heart desires from great dining, exciting nightlife to astonishing shopping, cultural events, and botanical gardens. From sports to culture, to amazing neighborhoods, Glendale is a great travel destination and recognized by all who have already been there as a place to enjoy. For more information about Glendale, the sports scene, or to reserve a nice vacation home, contact our agents at Signature Vacation Rentals.
Only a few miles southeast of Phoenix, Gilbert, Arizona is an economically diverse community, with CNN ranking it one of the best places to live in 2008. The community was formed in 1902, when William “Bobby” Gilbert donated land to Arizona Eastern Railway. This act of kindness was the humble beginnings of Gilbert and started rail travel between Phoenix and Florence. Today, Gilbert is thriving, voted “the 36th best place to live in the nation” in 2010 and houses one of the longest running and privately owned theatres in America, the Hale Centre Theatre. With so many parks and community activities available in Gilbert, there is always something to do in the near-perfect weather. We recommend a day tour with Arizona Frontiers. Want to stay in the valley and enjoy nature? Head over to Riparian Preserve at Water Ranch, full of beautiful scenery, with all sorts of things to keep you entertained from bird watching to riding your bike. Gilbert has a touch of everything, is close to activities but quiet enough to enjoy. Visit us at Signature Vacation Rentals for a complete review of Gilbert or to reserve one of our vacation rental properties in the area.
Fountain Hills
The Town of Fountain Hills, established in 1970, is a master planned community east of Phoenix and only minutes from central Scottsdale. It’s natural beauty, settings, and surroundings are considered its most valuable assets. Prior to 1970 the area was a cattle ranch and was part of one of the largest land and cattle holdings in Arizona. Robert McCulloch purchased the land in the late 1960s and had the community designed by Charles Wood, Jr. (designer of Disneyland in southern California). Fountain Hills offers residents and visitors alike incredible views and natural desert terrain, in addition to the wide range of outdoor activities, such as hiking, biking, boating and golf. In fact, Fountain Hills in known to have some of the more challenging and picturesque golf courses in the State of Arizona. Fountain Hills is home to one of the world's tallest man-made fountains, the town’s centerpiece and a focal point for the community. The fountain sprays water for 15 minutes every hour at the top of the hour, and attracts thousands of visitors each year. The fountain is a concrete water lily sculpture that rests in the center of a large man-made lake. As you make your way around Fountain Hills, you will be treated to 70 pieces of publicly displayed artwork throughout its downtown and at public buildings. Art is a significant part of the heritage in Fountain Hills. Along the Avenue of the Fountains are eight fountains that began the public art collection. Throughout the town, you will find a wide range of living accommodations from small condominium complexes to large custom homes. In addition to the recreational, cultural and retirement programs are designed to meet the needs and lifestyles of active families as well as older adults. Fountain Hills' low population density is the major reason it is such a desirable place to live. To learn more about Fountain Hills or lease a property in the area, contact Signature Vacations Rentals.
Chandler, Arizona is a vibrant, diverse community southeast of Phoenix. Founded in 1891, Dr. A.J. Chandler was instrumental in irrigation engineering. He created the township from his 18,000-acre ranch. By 1913, Arizona’s very first golf resort, San Marcos, was established. Currently, Chandler is home to some of this state’s best known golfing, including Ocotillo Golf Course. The renowned Rawhide, an incredible Arizona original destination recreating the 1800’s and fun for any age, has moved its location to Chandler. There are so many things to do, places to dine and shop, arts and culture to experience, and the weather is almost always perfect. The Chandler Fashion Square Mall is a great place to take care of all of your shopping needs but don’t forget about the rousing Firebird International Raceway for the adrenaline rush. For more information about reserving one of our properties in Chandler, please contact Signature Vacation Rentals.
Cave Creek

Come experience the beautiful town of Cave Creek, Arizona, host to such things as eclectic shopping, wonderful art galleries, and the unrivaled beauty of the Sonoran Desert as well. Cave Creek has more than 30 wonderful restaurants to choose from, including everything from fine dining to authentic cowboy cook-outs. To continue the cowboy experience, horseback riding, rodeos, country and western dancing, museums, parks and nature preserves, hiking and biking, and old mining tours are available. Take a stroll around and visit the unique shops and galleries, enjoy a great meal, try a cold sarsaparilla at a real Western saloon, or just kick back and watch the gorgeous Arizona sunsets. The surrounding area of the Sonoran Desert offers unique wildlife habitat, just north of Phoenix. The stars shine so bright and big at night, they seem close enough to reach out and touch. To learn more about leasing one of our properties in Cave Creek, please contact Signature Vacation Rentals.

Carefree, Arizona, is located just north of Phoenix and is characterized as an upscale, master-planned community. The character of Carefree can be compared in many ways to its street names, such as Tranquil Trail, Easy Street, Ho-and-Hum Roads and Long Rifle, Stagecoach and Bloody Basin—which reflect both its quiet, casual air as well as its Western heritage. In fact, the motto of Carefree is "Home of Cowboys and Caviar, Where the Old West Meets the New.” Carefree offers the natural beauty of the Sonoran Desert, peacefulness and tranquility, stunning mountain views, lovely year round climate, and many types of wildlife such as quail, coyotes, javelina, birds, lizards, deer, and other creatures also call Carefree home. Carefree offers one to five acre homesites, no traffic congestion, and strict zoning regulations to protect and enhance property values. Carefree is 17 miles west of Bartlett Lake, in the Tonto National Forest. You just won't find another place quite like Carefree Arizona. For more information about booking a property in Carefree, please contact Signature Vacation Rentals.

The settlers of what became Buckeye, Arizona moved to the area from Iowa in 1877 seeking an environment for improved health reasons. In the early 1900’s Buckeye was booming due to the completion of the Buckeye Canal bringing water to the area and the railroad coming to town. In 1935 the Chamber of Commerce created Helzapoppin Days, still celebrated by street dancing, parades, carnivals, rodeos and other community attractions. Buckeye is west of Phoenix on I-10 West and at the crossroads for 5 highways. Enjoy the flourishing and spectacular views from some of the valley’s great golf courses. If you need something more exciting, take a jump with the Desert Skydiving Centre. All of this and more are waiting for you in Buckeye. For more information about Buckeye or to book a property please contact Signature Vacation Rentals.


Anthem, is a suburb of Phoenix, located a short drive north on I-17. The drive from Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport or downtown Phoenix shopping and nightlife is easy to navigate. Anthem is a planned community with gorgeous mountain views, a country club with two golf courses, hiking trails, community parks, and bike friendly streets. The community park is 63 acres and includes a lake, skate park, in-line hockey rink, 10 miles of hiking and biking trails, playground with a castle, a railroad park, and an amphitheater for live music and events. There are also picnic areas with BBQ’s in the park. There is a 24-inch gauge railroad called the “Daisy Mountain Railroad” at the park for a fun, 10-minute ride. Anthem is a great starting point for visitors planning to make trips to Sedona or Flagstaff. Flagstaff is approximately 116 miles and Sedona is only 86 miles according to Google maps.

During your stay in Anthem you will enjoy the same great weather as Phoenix and Scottsdale, while enjoying incredible view. Located within a few minutes of Anthem is the Town of Cave Creek, the beautiful Lake Pleasant is just to the west, with Scottsdale conveniently just a little to the southeast. Other points of interest nearby are the Scottsdale Fashion Mall, Paradise Valley, Pinnacle Peak, the Phoenix Zoo, Spring Training baseball, Outlet malls and so much more. Contact Signature Vacation Rentals for more information or to book a reservation at one of our properties in Anthem.

The City of Tolleson, Arizona is approximately 10 miles west of Phoenix located near the I-10 Corridor with a population of less than 10,000 people according to recent census. The community was founded in 1912 with incorporation in 1929. Over the years the community has transitioned from an agricultural to an industrial and commercial economy. Tolleson is home to several large corporations and is known as a center for distribution and manufacturing. With such close proximity to the Phoenix metropolitan area, the community enjoys access to major sports, outdoor activities, shopping, restaurants and nightlife. For more information or to book a reservation please contact our professionals at Signature Vacation Rentals.
Queen’s Creek
The Town of Queen Creek, Arizona is approximately 40 minutes east of downtown Phoenix. Considered an oasis in the East Valley, Queen Creek is within easy reach of the greater Phoenix metropolitan amenities but offers a more relaxed and rural lifestyle. With an average of 330 days of sunshine annually, Queen Creek is a great place to live and a great place to enjoy an abundance of outdoor activities. Golf, hiking, biking, horseback riding are all available and accessible. Known for its farms, ranches, and acreage, Queen Creek offers a lot in a small area. Scenic views, a working olive mill, the opportunity to visit farms to pick fruits and vegetables plus festivals throughout the year attract visitors to the oasis. The peaceful lifestyle also offers a step back in time with a visit to the Old Main School building and the ruins of an old Butterfield Stage stop. The town may be small in size but it has a lot to offer residents and guests having won countless awards and recognitions for community life and planning. It’s a great place to unwind, relax and enjoy the community, the area, and Arizona. Contact one of our professionals at Signature Vacation Rentals to reserve one of our fine vacation rental properties.

Litchfield Park is located west of Phoenix and is best known for the historic Wigwam Resort, which first opened in 1929 and to this day is considered a luxury destination and is well known for it's golf course. Litchfield Park has three great 18 hold golf courses, is located near Phoenix International Raceway (PIR) home to Nascar Races, and is close to the west valley spring training facilities.