Tucson's original resort sits high in the Santa Catalina foothills overlooking the city. Set on 80 acres of lush Sonoran desert, Westward Look Resorts offers on site horseback riding, tennis, swimming, hiking trails and a full service spa with desert inspired treatments. The Mobil Four Star Gold Room features the culinary artistry of Chef Chris Pederson, accented with chili, herbs and produce fresh from the Chef's garden. The Lookout Bar and Grille offers more casual fare, plus live music on the weekend. The resort has 244 suite sized accommodations, each with a private balcony or patio and spectacular views. The decor is a casually elegant 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.