It's one thing to stay in a luxury hotel while on vacation, but it's another to get a free luxury car to zoom around while you're there. Scottsdale's Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain resort is offering their guests access to a 2010 Ferrari California (which costs around $229,000 to own) through their Seek Adventure package—you can book it for two ($299; limited to 100 miles) or six hours ($699; limited to 200 miles), or an entire day ($1,400; 4000-mile limit). The resort has a pretty great list of route suggestions, including cruising Route 66, taking a half-day adventure to Cave Creek and Bartlett Lake, or spending a whole day to head over to Sedona or Flagstaff. If you go over your allotted mile limit, it will cost an additional $2.50 per mile, which isn't a big deal at all.
If you want a full experience though, the resort offers the Ferrari Casita Package (it starts at around $1,383.88 and is available through December 31), which includes a two-night stay in a casita, a picnic lunch at a scenic spot, and a half-day rental of the luxury car.