Cibola Vista Resort & Spa

Cibola Vista Resort & Spa

Fast becoming one of my favorite Bluegreen Vacations resorts is the beautiful Cibola Vista Resort & Spa in Peoria, AZ. Located north and west of Phoenix, it is still close enough to the city and all of its amenities, yet it has that country feeling away from the hustle and bustle. Cibola is a gorgeous resort with views of great sunsets and a stables just next door if you’d like to try a little horseback riding. Cibola allows you a northern location, which will get you closer to day trips in Sedona or Lake Pleasant or an overnight at the Grand Canyon. With the spacious accommodations and the beautiful desert landscaping, I’m sure you will love this place!

It will take you about an hour to get to the airport and anywhere in the Phoenix/Scottsdale area, but there are tons of restaurants and things to do that are close by. And with two wonderful pools – one complete with a water slide and the other an adults-only with an outdoor bar – you just might not want to go anywhere.

We bundled a week at Cibola, with a week in Sedona (thru RCI.com) and had a wonderful visit of the northern half of Arizona. Of course, I was addicted and had to return for more time to explore the Phoenix and Tucson areas. The “Direct Exchange” benefit of our timeshare ownership will be helpful with accommodations in the Scottsdale and Tucson portions of our next trip.

Cibola Vista Resort & Spa. Away from the hustle and bustle of Phoenix.

Happy trails,
Barb

Barbara Olson

Barbara Olson

2 Comments

  • Sandy Jordan

    Barb,

    Thanks for the review! Excited to be staying at this resort this coming week! Did you have to rent a car?

    Sandy

    January 12, 2015 at 7:00 pm
    • Barbara Olson
      Barbara

      Hi Sandy! I’m very excited that you are staying at Cibola. That place is awesome! YES! You will definitely need a car unless you plan to stay at the resort the whole time. Almost everything is at least a couple miles away. You will LOVE it! Let us know how you liked it!

      January 12, 2015 at 7:48 pm

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