AVHR Fall Newsletter 2021
Welcome! Our quarterly newsletter will give you the scoop on what’s new and different with Arizona Vacation Home Rentals as well as what’s happening in the greater Phoenix area. It will include:
- guest discounts
- details on new listings
- upgrades to our rental properties
- travel tips
- upcoming local events
- links to additional details on related topics
We encourage you to browse and find what you need to customize and plan the perfect Arizona vacation.
Discounts for Booking at Azvacationhomerentals.com
When you’re ready to book ask us about the following discounts:
- 5% discount on nightly rate for returning guests
- 5% discount on nightly rate for veterans with proof of service document
- 10% discount on nightly rate for last minute booking within 3 days of arrival date
- Free pool heat in October at select homes
- Free highchair and Pack N Play rentals in September and October
- Reduced fees for early check-in or check-out on select homes
Travel Tips: Phoenix in the Fall
The fall can be the perfect time to visit the greater Phoenix area. Most days are warm, sunny and ideal for outdoor adventures of which there are many. The chart below features average day and night temps during the fall months.
|Month||Average Day Temp||Average Night Temp|
|September||100° F||75° F|
|October||89° F||64° F|
|November||76° F||51° F|
Health & Safety
Vacation rental homes are safer than hotels. Our homes are self-contained meaning you have everything you need at the home with the exception of consumable items such as food and your personal effects. We offer no-contact check-in and check-out and adhere to all CDC recommended cleaning practices and employee policies. You’re not sharing amenities such as pools, hallways or dining areas and have absolute control over how you social distance from those not in your bubble.
Currently Arizona has no state implemented restrictions for US travelers from other states. According to CDC guidelines, visitors are encouraged to stay home when sick, wear a mask in public settings, avoid close contact with others and wash hands frequently.
Things to Pack
- Sunscreens, hats, sunglasses
- Lightweight clothing in pastel colors
- A sweatshirt or jacket for cooler evenings
- Binoculars, camera gear and field guides
- Insect repellent
- Sturdy walking shoes
- Swimwear and sandals
- Recreational gear: golf clubs, bike helmets, tennis rackets, etc.
Things to Do
Car shows, concerts, wine festivals and more, we have it all. Below are a few events to explore. Check out our blog, Arizona in Autumn? Absolutely! for additional suggestions.
As the temperatures cool the golfing gets even better. The AZ Golf Association has your need to know information about tournaments in the greater Phoenix area. If you’re looking to play, check out Calling All Golfers! to quickly access links that include the particulars about local clubs and fairways.
Trails for Hiking, Biking and Horseback Riding
Hiking, biking and horseback riding are popular year round but especially as the temps cool. Let’s Hit the Trails includes content related to local trails as well as popular links to help you safely plan your hiking or riding adventures.
Professional Team Games
Location: Riverview Park in Mesa (2100 W Rio Salado Pkwy)
Activities: Food trucks, Retail Vendors, Live music, Bounce House, Face Painting
Admission: $10 – $40
18 and Under are FREE (Must be 21 or older to receive alcoholic beverages)
•Scottsdale Whiskey Festival – Whiskey Tasting in Old Town!
Location: Wasted Grain in Scottsdale (7295 East Stetson Drive)
Taste whiskeys, bourbons and scotches from around the world
Admission: Tickets are $25 – $35
Location: Queen Creek (20464 E Riggs Road)
Activities: Sip wine and shop among 100+ vendors with a holiday theme and live music
Admission: General admission tickets are $5
•Arizona State Fair
Date: October 1 – 30
Location: Arizona State Fair & Coliseum, Phoenix (1826 W. McDowell Road)
Activities: Live animals, fried food and carnival fun rides for the whole family
Admission: General admission tickets are $12
Location: Fountain Hills (Ave of Fountains & Saguaro Blvd)
Activities: Hundreds of arts and craft booths, food and live music
Admission: Free parking and admission
Thank you in advance for reading and please pass on to friends and family who are interested in a vacation rental in the greater Phoenix area. Look for our winter newsletter in November.
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