Resort's $10M renovations
courtesy photo, From pool to lobby, the Westward Look Resort on East Ina has a new look, one that returns to its traditions. The resort, one of greater Tucson's first, was built in the early 1900s. It has undergone a $10 million renovation.

Love knows no bounds, so when Valentine’s Day falls at the start of a weekend, why not take advantage? Romantics have three opportunities to share a scrumptious meal with a loved one at Westward Look Wyndham Grand Resort & Spa. A special Valentine’s Day lunch is offered, as well as a divine dinner menu Feb. 14-15 at the award-winning, fine-dining GOLD restaurant. 

GOLD presents its “Spoil the One You Love” lunch Feb. 14 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. with three courses at $25 per person (excluding sales tax and gratuity). Choose from Butternut Squash & Granny Smith Apple Soup or a Butter Lettuce Salad; Pistachio Dusted Salmon or Breast of Chicken stuffed with brie and leeks; and Vanilla Bean Torte with strawberry butter cream or White Chocolate & Raspberry Cheesecake with berry coulis. The lunch includes a choice of coffee, decaffeinated coffee, iced tea or soft drink. Call 297-1151 ext. 413 for reservations.

A special three-course Valentine’s dinner will be served in GOLD Feb. 14-15 from 5:30-9:30 p.m. for $59 per person with coffee and tea service. 

Couples wanting to make a weekend of it may indulge in the Romantic Enchantment Package. Starting at $389 per night, it includes overnight accommodations, chilled champagne and chocolate-covered strawberries delivered to the room and dinner for two in GOLD for Valentine’s dinner (tax, resort fee and gratuity not included). Please visit or call 297-1151 for reservations.

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