Enjoy Your Stay!
Thousands of tourists, visitors, and temporary residents come to the Southwest Valley every month. With great weather, abundance of activities, and a close drive to the world famous Grand Canyon and Kartchner Caverns, the Southwest Valley is THE place to stay in Arizona.
Official State Tourism & Visitor Center
The Southwest Valley Chamber of Commerce is a state designated Tourist & Visitor Center. You can find information about the community, the region, and the state when you're looking for something to do. We have two Certified Tourism Specialists on staff to assist with planning your visit. Plus, we know all the "secrets" that only locals know and will share with you.
Friendly and Affordable
One of the most unique aspects of the Southwest Valley is the sincere and genuine friendliness of our residents. The people that live and work here are proud of our community with a welcoming and helpful demeanor. Our "down home" attitude is reflected in everything we do. No "city slicker" pretenses here. Honest people treating visitors honestly down to the penny.
Hotels, Motels, Bed & Breakfasts
Dozens of modern and safe lodging facilities are located in the Southwest Valley. You can find a locally operated place or one of the well-known flagship hotels. Stay for a weekend or longer, you'll find the perfect place for you.
Hundreds of retail outlets with something for everyone can be found in the Southwest Valley with a few more a short drive away. The Business Directory has a searchable list to help you find what you need or want.
There are hundreds of places to enjoy the local fare or find a familiar restaurant. Of course, you can find Chamber-preferred restaurants online.
Understanding your unique travel needs, the Southwest Valley Chamber can help you. Through our partnership with the four Southwest Valley Cities, the Chamber's Business Resource Center is available for your use. Please call in advance to confirm the room is available (623-932-2260).
Southwest Valley Chamber of Commerce is part of Arizona's network of designated Local Visitor Information Centers (LVIC) throughout the state. Primarily operated by local chambers of commerce or convention and visitor bureaus, LVICs are designated based on an application and approval process overseen by the Arizona Office of Tourism.
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74% of Decision Makers are
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