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Price and Availability Index in Phoenix
Holiday Letting Price Information in Phoenix
The graph shows average prices of rental prices in Phoenix for the next twelve months. The most expensive prices are in February (16/02 - 23/02). Prices reach an average of £240 per night. Prices drop in July to an average of £124 per night (20/07 - 27/07).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Phoenix
Have a look at the above graph to see the global availability of holiday rentals in Phoenix. So far, the week with the least available rentals in Phoenix is in February (16/02 - 23/02). Conversely, you will find the highest percentage of available offers in Phoenixin May (25/05 - 01/06).
The weather in Phoenix
Check out the climate diagram for Phoenix. The highest average temperatures are in the month of June. However, temperatures can go lower than 7° in Phoenix in January. The rainiest month is June while the driest month is May.
Desert mountains and blue skies await at your Phoenix holiday letting
Geographically speaking, Phoenix valley is the northernmost tip of the Sonoran Desert which was once a prehistoric seabed. The savage landscapes that comprise of cactii, creosote trees, agave fields and mesquites have attracted voyagers for ages. Today the city of Phoenix is a strange mix of old and new charm. Come and visit for the weather, golf, shopping and plenty of nightlife options. A holiday letting in Phoenix is the perfect way to discover this city at your own pace.
Flying in to Phoenix
The Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is the main point of entry into the state of Arizona. A mere 3-miles from Downtown Phoenix, you can jump on the low cost shuttle, Skoot Airport Shuttle, to get from the airport to any point in the Phoenix metropolitan area.
Another option is the free PHX Sky Train from Terminal 4 to 44th St. & Washington Light Rail station. Take a connecting light rail or bus from here to Downtown Phoenix. Or instead, enjoy a comfortable taxi ride from the airport directly to your Phoenix holiday letting . Alternative airports include Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport and Phoenix Deer Valley Airport.
The weather in Phoenix
Phoenix experiences 325 days of sunshine a year, but the best time to visit is between November to April when the sun is out but temperatures still largely pleasant. You'll need to book your Phoenix holiday letting well in advance during this busy period. May to October's toasty, dry temperatures may not appeal to all tastes. If you decide to come, be sure to pack some sun screen.
Sights to eee and things to do in Phoenix
Visit the Desert Botanical Garden for the lowdown on plant life of the Sonoran Desert. Follow this up with a visit to the Sea Life Aquarium and its strange and beautiful underwater life forms that await. For sweeping views of the valley, head to the top of Piestewa Peak. It's a good idea to escape the dry weather with a refreshing swim at Lake Pleasant where fishing, water skiing and power boating opportunities abound.
The Carnival of Illusion Parlour Show is a must for lovers of magic tricks and illusions, while the Phoenix Symphony and Phoenix Opera appeal to the culture vultures. Downtown Phoenix is a hotbed of world-class theatres, hotels, cafés and shopping options. Don't miss out on the savoury Mexican tacos, tostadas, quesadillas and burritos served in traditional, cosy diners. Phoenix offers plenty of cheap and tasty eats. Grab some Mexican takeaway to devour in the comfort of your air conditioned Phoenix holiday letting !
Art and culture in Phoenix
Using your holiday home in Phoenix as a base, you can explore all the best art and culture in the region. The Pueblo Grande Museum and Archaeological Park offer fascinating insights into pre-Columbian Hohokam civilizations. Come and discover Native American cultures and arts at the Heard Museum. With over 16,000 American, Asian, Latin American and modern artworks, the Phoenix Art Museum is as popular with art enthusiasts as the award-winning Mesa Arts Centre (MAC). With more than 5,000 instruments from around the world, the Musical Instrument Museum is a must for music lovers.
The Arizona Science Centre in Downtown Phoenix is perfect for those interested in space exploration, particularly at the in-house Dorrance Planetarium. Go back in time 200 years at the Besh-Ba-Gowah Archaeological Park, an excavated Salado Indian site. As you will see, Phoenix is a hotbed of archaeology and history. It helps to keep in mind that the public transportation system is not efficient enough to get around the city, it is advised you rent a car and set about exploring the region.
Regular events and festivals
Phoenix offers visitors a charming repertoire of festivals and cultural events to chose from. Start with the traditional First Fridays Artwalk where art spaces and venues throw open their doors each first Friday of the month. Tip: Stroll through the eclectic Roosevelt Row area where new age artists have set up shop.
The month of March delight foodies with the West of Western Culinary Festival, while the Phoenix Film Festival in April is a great way to discover ground-breaking cinema. The annual spring festival of Arizona Matsuri brings with it the allure of fashion, music, martial arts, taiko drumming, bonsai and even cosplay (dressing up as Japanese manga/anime characters).
Oktoberfest at Tempe Town Lake and the Arizona State Fair in October-November are well-attended events. Sports fans, watch out for the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl in January and the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series in November and February.
Phoenix with its red rocks and deep golden sunshine is perfect for family breaks, romantic getaways or holiday's with friends. Choose your holiday home in Phoenix, as a whole new world of desert beauty and romance await.
Phoenix: A Bustling Metropolis in the Calm of the Desert
As the largest privately-owned zoo in the USA, Phoenix Zoo specialises in conserving endangered species. Visit to see these creatures in their specially created enclosures.
Children's Museum of Phoenix
This expansive museum contains over 300 interactive exhibits and play zones for children aged up to 10, providing both fun and learning.
So called because it resembles the shape of a camel, this peak is popular with those looking for a hike with stunning views over the city and desert.
Desert Botanical Garden
Designed to preserve desert plants from across the world, these beautiful gardens are situated in the centre of Phoenix. There are regular workshops too, as well as live music and a great gift shop.
Musical Instrument Museum
This fascinating museum is the largest of its type, showcasing over 1,000 different instruments. If you're lucky, your visit may coincide with one of the many concerts that are held here.
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