Vistoso Resort Casitas Luxury Golf/Vacation Condo

Comfortable Living Room (couch opens to bed)
Comfortable Living Room (couch opens to bed)Entertainment Center: TV, VCR  and DVD playerDining AreaFully Appointed Kitchen with Laundry RmQuick lunch snack counterMaster Bedroom(Kingsize) w/ TV & Private BathMaster Bedroom with  Twin Beds2nd Bedroom Kingsize with TV2nd Bedroom Twin Beds with TVMountain Sunset (your condo is on the left)Condo Spa & Heated Pool (shady & sunny spots)The Golf Course Runs Through the CondosSnowy Mtn Tops and You're in the Warm DesertThis Spot is Often Used for Wedding PhotosAdjacent Golf Club at Vistoso & MountainsBeautiful SunsetsRoadrunner Viewed from Condo PatioClubhouse: Exercise, Party, TV & Internet
“ Excellent ”
14 Reviews
655 W Vistoso Highlands Dr, Tucson, AZ 85755



Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2
Sleeps 6
Per month $1,295 - $2,495
Type: Condo
Description of the Tucson vacation condo rental
This is a beautiful, fully furnished luxury condo for rent. This first floor, easy access 2br/2ba condo is located in the Rancho Vistoso golfing community, in the town of Oro Valley. It is convenient to all of Tucson via nearby route 10 and state route 77, North Oracle Road. There is a heated community pool, spa, exercise room, walking trails, gas BBQ grills, and wireless broadband internet from the condo, pool patio and clubhouse.

Exceptional hiking and birding is available in Catalina State Park, Saguaro National Park, Coronado National Forest and Tucson Mountain Park. The condo is just a short drive from the famous Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum and Biosphere 2.

If you are interested in playing golf, The Golf Club at Vistoso runs right through the condo property. It was voted "Best Course in Tucson" by Golf Digest in 1999 and the "Number three public course in Arizona." For variety, there are nineteen other championship golf courses within a few miles. Click on the link at the bottom to see more information on the condo and local golf, etc.

The condo has 2 bedrooms each with 2 twin size beds. Each room may be set up as either two twin size beds or one king size bed. A couch in the living room opens up into a queen size bed allowing total occupancy of up to six. There are 2 full baths. AC and beautiful ceiling fans throughout. Nice mountain views. Beautiful sunsets. Adjacent to a world class golf course. Quality abounds.

William Eldridge

Area Information
Championship Tucson Arizona Golf Courses- Some of Tucson Arizona's best golf courses are within 30 minutes from your casita. They include The Golf Club at Vistoso(adjacent), Ventana Canyon, La Paloma, Omni Tucson National plus many more.

Sabino Canyon- Renowned for its magnificent canyons, meandering rock creek, desert flora and fauna, Sabino Canyon offers daily tours and a variety of Tucson Arizona's most spectacular hiking trails and remote destinations.

Mount Lemmon- This incredible "sky island" is the tallest peak(9157ft) in Tucson Arizona, taking visitors from the desert floor to alpine meadows and pine forests in a matter of minutes. Mount Lemmon is also home to the southern-most ski area in the continental United States.

University of Arizona, Tucson- For a variety major college sporting events, including nationally ranked Wildcat basketball and football.

Major League Baseball Spring Training- The Arizona Diamondbacks, Chicago White Sox and Colorado Rockies train in Tucson Arizona from mid-February through early April.

Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum- World-renowned for it's exotic creatures, such as mountain lions, javalina, pronghorn antelope, and Gila monsters, along with native flora and fauna in their natural habitat. Birding is a natural here as they have two walk-thru enclosures - one dedicated to hummingbirds and one general aviary, as well as many other bird exhibits. The Desert Museum is the best place to see live exhibits of just about everything you might find in the Sonoran Desert.

San Xavier del Bac Mission- Located on the Tohono Oodham Indian Reservation, this authentic 300 year-old-Spanish Colonial Mission was rebuilt by the artisans who restored the Sistine Chapel.

Kartchner Caverns- Two of the world's most impressive sights for subterranean exploration. Kartchner Caverns was only recently opened to the public, and both sites offer guided tours several times each day.

Old Tucson Studios- Known as "Hollywood in the Desert," more than 200 pictures have been filmed here since it was built as a set for the movie "Arizona" in 1939.

Biosphere 2 Center- Maintained by the University of Arizona to increase our understanding of earth and its environments, the Center lets you experience life in the Arizona desert, the ocean, the coral reefs, and the rain forests.

Kitt Peak National Observatory- An internationally known observatory complex, with the world's greatest concentration of telescopes for stellar, solar and planetary research.

DeGrazia's Gallery in the Sun- Paintings portraying Indian lore, legends, life and celebrations of Native American life. Renowned Tucson Arizona artist, Ted DeGrazia, designed and built the chapel and art gallery buildings himself.

Birdwatching- A single trip to Tucson Arizona can add dozens of species to a birder's life list. Our diversity of terrain, mild climate and proximity to Mexico is responsible for the more than 450 species recorded here. Birding is a hobby of ours here and just off the condo patio we have seen Gambel's Quail, Greater Roadrunner and various Hawks and Hummingbirds. In the area, we've seen Black-crowned Night-heron, Great Horned Owls, Common Moorhen, Red-winged Blackbird, Killdeer, Harris's Hawk among other hawks, etc. If you like hummingbirds, this area is the best in the U.S. with at least thirteen species found in the southeastern corner of Arizona each year. The nearest park, Catalina State Park, has a Birding Trail where you could see anything from white-crowned sparrows and pyrrhuloxias to phainopeplas and vermilion flycatchers and more.

Tombstone, Arizona- Walk in the footsteps of Wyatt Earp and Doc Holiday as you visit the infamous O.K. Corral, Birdcage Saloon and Boot Hill Cemetery in Arizona's "Town Too Tough To Die."

Nogales, Mexico- Just across the border and well known for unique, hand-crafted merchandise and outstanding deals.

Arizona Desert Jeep Tours- Travel the rugged trails once roamed by Native Americans, Spanish Conquistadors and American Cowboys with a knowledgeable guide who'll thrill you with tales from Arizona's colorful past.

Bicycling: The November 2006 issue of Bicycling magazine ranked Tucson third in cities with a population between 200,000 and 500,000 people. The high marks included the city's average of 300 days of sunshine, a bicycle-friendly culture and a strong bicycle advisory committee. In metropolitan Tucson there are over 500 miles of bikeways, this includes signed bicycle routes, bicycle lanes, shared-use paths and bus/bicycle lanes. Many very scenic bikeways run along the Rillito and Santa Cruz rivers.

Saguaro National Park, Tucson Arizona- Renowned home of the famous western Saguaro cactus. Excellent hiking, driving and touring.

Gambling is available at three nicely appointed casinos. Thoroughbred and quarter horse racing is held at the historic Rillito Racetrack, the first quarter horse racetrack in the US.

Oro ArtsFest at La Encantada - October. La Encantada features more than 55 fine shops and restaurants in an intimate open-air setting. Complete with meandering walkways, spacious courtyards, and scenic views, the center is an enchanting mix of shopping, dining and entertainment. This non-juried 2 day art festival will include children's art activities, wine tastings, live acoustic entertainment, upscale food vendors and fine arts and craft artisans in all genres and mediums.

Tucson Bluegrass Festival - October. Outdoors festival featuring top national, regional and local bluegrass bands, with performances daily at Desert Diamond Casino. Desert Bluegrass Association.

Tucson Celtic Festival & Scottish Highland Games - November.

Oro Valley Arts in the Park - November. Celebration of visual, performing, and culinary arts, with musical entertainment, food demonstrations and vendors, 80 exhibitors of juried fine arts, and children's entertainment.

Holiday Craft Market - November. Annual craft market has more than 120 booths with handmade and unique gift items. Courtyards and main lobby. Free admission. Tucson Museum of Art

Holiday Nights at Tohono Chul Park - November and December. Magical music, home-baked cookies, shopping, dining in the Tea Room, and strolling park surrounded by thousands of twinkling lights

4th Avenue Winter Street Fair - December. Hundreds of arts and crafts booths, food vendors, street musicians, performers and kids' entertainment. Between Ninth St. & University Blvd. on Fourth Ave.

Winterhaven Festival of Lights - December. Midtown neighborhood decorated for the holidays hosts walk-throughs every night; drive-through nights also. Tucson Blvd., Country Club Dr., Prince Rd., Fort Lowell Rd. Free, with Tucson Community Food Bank donations.

Wings Over Willcox - January. Nature enthusiasts from around the world attend seminars, tours, and presentations during a fun-filled weekend of birding pleasure for the novice, expert or curious.

Tucson Gem and Mineral Show - February. This is considered the largest gem/mineral/fossil show in the world! It's held yearly and brings exhibiters from as far as Australia, China, South America, etc.

Tubac Annual Festival of the Arts - February. The major event of the year for Tubac showcases the work of hundreds of visiting artists, craft persons and musicians from around the country and Canada.

Tucson Rodeo - February. This is one of the top 20 professional rodeos in North America.

Accenture Match Play Championship - February - in nearby Dove Mountain(15 mins drive from the condo). This is an opportunity to see famous golf players like Tiger Woods, Ernie Els, Phil Mickelson, Vijay Singh and Geoff Ogilvy.

Horse Racing - March. Historical Tucson landmark for Quarter Horse and thoroughbred horse racing for more than 50 years.

Spring Artisans Market - March. More than 120 of the Southwest's finest artists and crafters gather at the Tucson Museum of Art's courtyards to sell their wares at this annual event. Unique items from jewelry, textiles, photography, pottery and more are available.

Tucson Festival of Books - March. A weekend for those who love books. This free event is on the University of Arizona campus in Tucson.

Southern Az Arts & Cultural Festival - March. Southern Arizona's Largest Arts Celebration - 200 non-juried Fine Arts Tents and Craft Booths, Cultural Music and Dance, International Cuisine from around the world, Student and Emerging Artists from around Southern Arizona, Family, Teen and Children's activities, Farmers Market with local fresh produce and foods.

Fourth Avenue Spring Street Fair - April. Hundreds of arts and crafts booths, food vendors, street musicians and performers, and kids' entertainment. Between Ninth St. & University Blvd. on Fourth Ave.

Oro Valley Festival of the Arts - April. Celebration of visual, performing, and culinary arts, with musical entertainment, food demonstrations and vendors, 80 exhibitors of juried fine arts, and children's entertainment.

Pima County Fair - April. Old-fashioned fair with exhibits, food, stage concerts, and other live entertainment, carnival rides, educational exhibits, including a Gem and Mineral Show section.

Tucson Folk Festival - May. Nationally known headline acts each evening, as well as local and regional musicians, and workshops, a gospel sing-along, a children's show, and varied food and crafts booths.


Property Rates

Begins Ends Week
Weekly Monthly Min
May 01 2016 Sep 30 2016 - - - $1,295 1 Month
May 01 2016 Sep 30 2016 - - - $1,295 1 Month
Oct 01 2016 Dec 31 2016 - - - $1,695 1 Month
Oct 01 2016 Dec 31 2016 - - - $1,695 1 Month
Jan 01 2017 Mar 31 2017 - - - $2,495 1 Month
Jan 01 2017 Mar 31 2017 - - - $2,495 1 Month
Apr 01 2017 Apr 30 2017 - - - $1,695 1 Month
Apr 01 2017 Apr 30 2017 - - - $1,695 1 Month
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Check In: 4 p.m. Check Out: 10 a.m.
Deposits: A $1000 deposit is required at the time of booking. This refundable deposit will be returned within 21 days of check-out minus any expenses incurred for damages, etc.
Payment Options: Cashier's Check, Money Order, Personal Check
Other Fees: Deposit is due at reservation time. Rental fee is due one month before rental period begins. "Normal" clean-up fee is $150.00. Discount available for multiple month reservations or long-term stays.


Reviews for this vacation condo rental in Tucson, Arizona

Michael Rivey

Michael Rivey

Missoula, MT

As advertised

April 13, 2013

Nice place. Clean & well stocked. Appreciated the grill.

Jan Woolfrey

Jan Woolfrey

Mississauga, Ontario, Canada

Oro Valley Condo

April 9, 2013

My husband and I rented this condo for two months this winter. The location was excellent and we loved Oro Valley. It is a beautiful setting surrounded by the mountains. There were numerous National Parks for hiking. The golfing in the area was also excellent. The condo was well equipped for our needs. We liked the location in the complex as it was very quiet. We enjoyed our evenings on the outside patio. The pool and the clubhouse were a short walk away. The condo was very comfortable with the capacity to sleep six people. Our daughter and grandchildren came down to join us for the spring break and had a wonderful time. If there were any negatives it would be that the mattress on the king bed and the television could be updated. Other than that the condo was great.

Joanne Vandermeer

Joanne Vandermeer

Calgary. Canada

Great vacation

April 21, 2011

This is a wonderful place - bright, clean, good furniture, just 1 minute walk to the swimming pool. It has mountain views from the patio and lots of walking and cycling paths within walking distance. We particularly liked Honeybee Park- it has cacti, a tunnel through the rock and a large canyon - beautiful. The whole area is really the Sonoran Desert with pockets of houses and one park goes over into the next and so on. There is sun (and shade) on the patio all day, very quite area, grounds are well maintained, beds are good, everything you need is there, lots of shopping close by. We had a great time and hope to be back there in the future.

John Stuart

John Stuart

Grosse Pointe Shores, MI

Hotel Alternative

December 10, 2010

We spent a week here and used it as a base to explore the Tucson area. The unit was very clean and had everything we needed (inc'l garage). Breakfast on the patio every morning. Rental agent was very accomodating.





August 30, 2010

We Were Very Happy In Our Stay In Tucson, We Would Like To Go Backa Again Next Year.

Pat McCormick

Pat McCormick

Seattle, WA

Relaxing at Vistoso

March 16, 2009

We love to get away to Tucson in the winter. Our daughter, a senior in college wanted sunshine, a pool, and a place to relax during her spring break. We found just the place at Vistoso Resort Casitas! The condo was immaculate, right next to the pool/jacuzzi and the golf course! There were even a few movies, CD's & board games to enjoy in the evenings. We will definitely be back!

Joe Woods

Joe Woods


Tucson Experience

March 10, 2009

Excellent facility, No Surprises, well equipped, Quite area.

Kris and Greg Wendorff

Kris and Greg Wendorff

Prior Lake, MN


April 1, 2008

My parents and I enjoyed this condo immensely. We loved the views. The drive was a bit long but we wanted to away from the city lights and felt it was perfect. We took several day trips from the condo - the drive up Mt. Lemmon was our favorite.

allene rose

allene rose

los angeles

a bit far, but worth it!!

February 14, 2008

As an attendee of the bead shows in Tucson, we really loved coming back in the evening to this very comfortable condo. It's a bit far out of town, but well worth it - I would definitely stay here again - many thanks - allene rose




Tucson Foothills Cono

January 7, 2008

We enjoyed are holiday stay -- the condo was conveniently located. The property was beautiful.

Bob Alpers

Bob Alpers

San Diego

Annual Family Golf Outing

November 6, 2007

8 couples for a long weekend of golf and entertainment. The golf is great and the weather was beautiful. The condos were spacious and comfortable. Big screen for football games on Saturaday night. The kitchens made for a great breakfast and occassional dinner. Lots of good restuarants in the area. Fun inexpensive holiday.

A renter

A renter

Redmond Oregon

Sue & Dave from Redmond Or-May 2007

May 23, 2007

We enjoyed our stay in the condo it really met our needs. Its in a lovely area with walking/hiking trails,its quiet and peaceful. The owners were really responsive to our inquiries prior to booking and answered all our questions very timely. We look forward to renting again!!

A renter

A renter

wasilla ak usa

holiday stay

March 29, 2007

We enjoyed our stay at Vistoso Resort Casitas. The unit was clean the layout was nicely set up, all the utensils you need were there. The area is awesome, close to all kinds of activities. The owners are very easy to deal with. Would highly recommend this unit and we would certainly stay there agin.



Boise, Idaho

Enjoyed our stay at Vistoso.

February 16, 2007

We were very satisfied with our casita and would return. Attentive owner, very clean unit. Quiet, great walking paths, close to golf, shopping, restaurants.

Owner Supplied Testimonials

"We had a marvelous time. Your condo was well equiped & made the occassional use of the kitchen very easy. Thanks for adding to our fond memories of that trip."

"I just want to thank you for letting us stay at your property. We had a great time and were so pleased with the casita and amenities. We would highly recommend this to anyone planning a vacation in the Tucson area."

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