The Ritz-Carlton, Dove Mountain

Surrounded by the canyons of the Tortolita Mountains near Tucson, The Ritz-Carlton, Dove Mountain celebrates the spirit of adventure and the feeling of true relaxation. The secluded setting makes for a quiet retreat where resort guests have an array of experiences at hand: 27 championship holes at the Golf Club of Dove Mountain; holistic, gemstone-inspired therapies at the spa; 26 miles of hiking trails and a sprawling swimming pool complex.

RILA Room Block
$349 per guest room plus taxes (currently 14.55%) and resort fee $20 per night (reduced from $50 per night). RILA room rate available until December 12, 2020.

Cancellation Policy
You may cancel your reservation for no charge up until 7 days before arrival. Please note that the hotel will assess a fee of one-night's room/tax charge to your credit card on file if you must cancel after this deadline.

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Resort Amenities

The Ritz-Carlton, Dove Mountain is pleased to include the following amenities and services with your $20 (discounted from $50 for Forum attendees) daily per room per night Resort Fee:

  • Overnight valet parking
  • Unlimited and enhanced guest room high-speed Internet access
  • Daily group fitness class located in Movement Studio (i.e. Yoga or Pilates)
  • Access to golf driving range and putting green (club rental included)
  • Unlimited use of specialized mountain and road bikes
  • Unlimited use of tennis courts (equipment rental included)
  • Evening mixology class
  • Selection of daily newspapers
  • Recreation activities such as Guided Morning Walk, Desert Friends Experience, family board games, bocce ball, horseshoes and more

Spa and Fitness

At The Ritz-Carlton Spa, Dove Mountain, rituals and journeys take a holistic, natural approach to health and beauty. Indigenous Tucson gemstones are used to ease sore muscles, alleviate stress, restore balance and clear energy. A poultice of indigo, favored by Native American shamans to treat aches and pains, and warm basalt stones are incorporated into massages. This unique experience, paired with the resort’s beautiful setting, has made the spa a favorite with readers of “Condé Nast Traveler” and a wellness destination for locals and visitors.

Local Attractions

Visit the High Sonoran desert, an area rich in Native American culture and cowboy heritage that is true to the original roots of the Old West. Guests are able to participate in adventure activities including hot-air ballooning, horseback riding, mountain biking, hiking, jeep tours, cookouts under the stars, and more. For more refined tastes, there is a fine avant-garde art scene including the symphony, ballet, opera, theater, museums and more. Discover the Southwest, amid a scenic beauty that provides an eclectic combination of the old and new.

Third-Party Housing Companies

RILA does not work with any third parties for hotel reservations, and no company should be contacting you to solicit hotel reservations. Should you be contacted by any third party housing companies, please note that they are not affiliated, authorized or recommended by RILA. Many are known to engage in fraudulent practices. If you are contacted, please contact us right away, and do not make reservations through these companies. All hotel reservations should be made by you directly with the hotel, through the hotel reservation link provided on your conference registration confirmation email.

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Fly into one of three outstanding airports: TUS, AVQ, or PHX