Set high in the foothills overlooking Tucson and warmed by an abundance of desert sunshine, Westward Look Resort is set in an environment inspired by the beauty of its pristine natural surroundings. The decor is a blend of the Spanish colonial, Mexican, and Native American influences that are part of this area's rich cultural history. The resort grew around a 1912 homestead estate built just six months after Arizona became a state. In fact, the family living room is just off the lobby and features the original hardwood floor, stone hearth, wrought-iron chandeliers, and ocotillo-ribbed ceiling.Home to a large variety of birds, plants and wildlife, this lush 80-acre oasis is an inspiring setting. Westward Look Resort combines world-class facilities, gourmet dining, and spa treatments in a natural setting. Outdoor enthusiasts enjoy onsite horseback riding, hiking, biking, birding, tennis, and swimming, plus nearby golf. Mobil Four-Star dining is accented with native produce grown in the Chef's Garden. The Lookout Bar and Grille offers more casual fare, plus live music on the weekend. Healing spa therapies feature regional desert botanicals. Nature trails, a desert gallery, and even a telescope for viewing Tucson's famous night skies enhance the enjoyment of this rare ecosystem.Southwestern-style guest accommodations at Westward Look Resort are spacious and serene, each with its own balcony or patio offering spectacular views of the mountains, desert, sunset, or city lights. Suite-sized accommodations also feature bedroom and sitting areas, generous bathrooms, and dressing areas.