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The Clarendon Hotel and Spa - Phoenix Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

The Clarendon Hotel and Spa

401 W Clarendon Avenue, Phoenix - Map
 
 
Fabulous hotel - amazing service, very nice and comfortable room, restaurant was fantastic!
A Traveller
Offering a convenient setting in midtown Phoenix, this locally-owned boutique hotel is within 3 miles of Chase Field, US …More
3 Palms - Scottsdale Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

3 Palms

7707 E McDowell Rd, Scottsdale - Map
 
 
Hotel was nice, the front desk staff was friendly.
A Traveller
The 3 Palms is adjacent to the 60-acre El Dorado Park, 2 miles from Old Town Scottsdale, and 4 miles from Arizona State …More
Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia - Paradise Valley Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars
$139

Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia

4949 E Lincoln Drive, Paradise Valley - Map
 
 
"Nice Memorial Day weekend getaway. "
Beautiful resort, stellar service, 1st class spa.
Traveller from Dallas, TX
Situated in the suburbs, this luxury resort is 1.7 mi (2.7 km) from Camelback Mountain and 3.1 mi (4.9 km) from Shemer Art …More
Hotel Valley Ho - Scottsdale Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hotel Valley Ho

6850 E Main St, Scottsdale - Map
 
 
"Wonderful hotel"
Great stay. Incredible customer service by all the hotel staff, especially the pool staff. Thanks for making stay so comfortable and relaxing.
Traveller from Indianapolis
Hotel Valley Ho in downtown Scottsdale is less than a mile from Scottsdale Convention Center, Fashion Square Mall, and the …More
Radisson Hotel Phoenix North - Phoenix Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$88

Radisson Hotel Phoenix North

10220 N Metro Pkwy E, Phoenix - Map
 
 
"Nice hotel for the price"
We stayed here during one weekend of Spring training and were pleased with the hotel for the price. The pool area was great and there were employees walking around to see if anyone needed towels or anything. One of the managers was checking in on the rooms and he went above and beyond to make certain we had what we needed. However, we had friends staying across the hall and they had a horrible experience. It was a 6 hour drive to this location, so when we were a half hour away, we called and let them know we were nearby and that our friends needed a crib set up in their room when we arrived (he is one and it was past his bedtime). We got there and there was no crib. We had to call them to remind them and the pack n play they did bring up was broken and took over an hour to set up. They also had a broken coffee maker and room service never went into their room. The staff did what they could, everything just took more time.
Traveller from San Diego, CA
The Radisson Hotel Phoenix North is located next to the Metro Center Mall and Castles 'N' Coasters amusement park, 10 miles …More
Hermosa Inn - Paradise Valley Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$160

Hermosa Inn

5532 N Palo Cristi Rd, Paradise Valley - Map
 
 
4.7 out of 5 (127 reviews)
Situated in the suburbs, this spa hotel is 1.4 mi (2.2 km) from Arizona Biltmore Country Club and 3 mi (4.8 km) from …More
Inn at Eagle Mountain - Fountain Hills Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$65

Inn at Eagle Mountain

9800 N Summer Hill Blvd, Fountain Hills - Map
 
 
"This hotel is a diamond in the rough. Loved it! "
I was super surprised by this hotel. Gorgeous awesome views. Lovely staff. Clean rooms with nice southwestern decor. Full use of club house at golf course. Great food there. Pool at the hotel was small but the crowd was small when i was there. Loved this place!
Traveller from b
Perched in the foothills above the 18th fairway of the Golf Club at Eagle Mountain, this Southwestern-style boutique hotel is …More
Magnuson Hotel Papago Inn - Scottsdale Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
$135

Magnuson Hotel Papago Inn

7017 E Mcdowell Rd, Scottsdale - Map
 
 
"Reasonably priced, Hidden Gem in Scottsdale"
The price was right for a very clean, amazingly comfortable bed and soft linens. The hidden courtyard with gardens and pool are quiet and well maintained. Centrally located, walk to shops and restaurants. Very quiet and lovely. I will definitely stay here again.
Traveller from Denver
This family-friendly Scottsdale resort is within 2 mi (3 km) of Desert Botanical Garden and Phoenix Zoo. Papago Park and Hole …More
Hyatt Place Tempe Phoenix Airport - Tempe Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Hyatt Place Tempe Phoenix Airport

1413 W Rio Salado Pkwy, Tempe - Map
 
 
"Convenient and well maintained"
The hotel is close to Phoenix airport, perfect for an early morning flight out. The free breakfast buffet was very good. Staff were friendly. Room was clean, modern, and the bed was especially comfortable.
Flynn74 from Allentown, PA
Situated near the airport, this hotel is 0.8 mi (1.3 km) from Tempe Center for the Arts and within 3 mi (5 km) of Sun Devil …More
Hotel San Carlos - Downtown Convention Center - Phoenix Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
$159

Hotel San Carlos - Downtown Convention Center

202 N Central Ave, Phoenix - Map
 
 
"Character has a price"
Loved the hotel, neighborhood, personality, staff, and classic personality of an old dame hotel. But it meant some inconveniences like thin walls and a narrow bathroom that I had to leave to towel off after the shower. Great Irish pub next door, great location, extremely helpful and friendly staff.
Traveller from boston, MA
Opened in 1928 as the first fully air-conditioned high-rise hotel in the Southwest, this downtown Phoenix hotel once played …More

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    Phoenix, Arizona Hotel Guide

    Travelers visiting Phoenix will find literally hundreds of hotel choices, with prices ranging anywhere from $50 to $500+ per night. While a few luxury options exist downtown, the majority of centrally located Phoenix hotels are surprisingly affordable. Scottsdale, Camelback, and other outlying locations hold the key to lavish desert resorts and lush lifestyle spa escapes.

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    Leading a long list of hotels, the Arizona Biltmore began collecting fans from opening day in 1929. Surviving the bad timing with the effects of a dramatic stock market crash, this Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired gem in the desert has a famous and historic guest list, in addition to 740 rooms, 78 villas, 8 swimming pools, 7 tennis courts, an acclaimed spa and fitness center, and 2 PGA 18-hole golf courses. One of more than a dozen ultra-luxe area hotel choices, Phoenix hoteliers definitely know how to pamper their guests.

    Downtown Phoenix hotel locations are central to the convention center, sports stadiums, and business district. Tempe hotel locations will be convenient for those visiting Arizona State University. Scottsdale, Camelback, and Mesa are good locations for desert resort hotels.

    Nothing is more important on your trip to Phoenix than a connection to water. Phoenix-area hotels enthusiastically embrace an abundance of waterparks, including highlights like surf waves, infinity pools, and ultimate relaxation pools tiled in mother-of-pearl. Many also feature private poolside cabanas, complete with Wi-Fi, newspaper, overhead fan, and full service for bar and food items.

    Whether your choice is a luxurious resort hotel with an epic guest list for a dream vacation, or just a comfortable perch for a business trip, Phoenix-area hotels absolutely run the gamut, welcoming visitors to the “Valley of the Sun” with desert warmth and Southwestern style.

    Hotels in Phoenix

    As the capital of Arizona as well as the state's largest city, Phoenix has a diverse array of attractions, making it an ideal destination for a personal or family vacation. Venture into the surrounding rugged desert through activities such as biking and hiking, or relax by a pool at one of the many world-class resorts or hotels in Phoenix, AZ. An urban oasis in the middle of the surrounding subtropical desert landscape, this city has no shortage of resorts, spas, and golf courses. Enjoy unique cultural, historical, and recreational activities throughout the city. Shop all day at one or more of Phoenix's many outdoor or indoor premier shopping locations. When planning your ultimate Phoenix vacation, turn to Travelocity to find the best travel packages for your trip to this desert paradise.

    Attractions in Phoenix

    Phoenix is full of neat attractions, fun activities, and relaxing luxuries. Experience the amazing art and cultural exhibits at the Phoenix Art Museum. With astounding modern exhibits as well as temporary exhibits from around the world, this museum can appeal to everyone's tastes. The Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, nicknamed SMOCA, will appear to more modern sensibilities with its unique works of art, architecture, and design. Don't forget to check out the Heard Museum to get a rare glimpse into Native American culture and history. Phoenix hotels can be found near these museums so you have easy access to the history, culture, and education offered. Find the best deals with Travelocity!

    Besides the city's cultural attractions, Phoenix provides fun for the whole family. Take the kids and visit the Phoenix Zoo or check out one of the city's multiple water parks. If you are looking for a night out on the town, Phoenix has many vibrant bars, nightclubs, and casinos to make your night memorable. Staying in one of the best hotels Phoenix has to offer, you will be able to rest after a night of fun and be ready for a full day of shopping and dining. No matter what you are looking for in a vacation, Phoenix can be the perfect destination for getting away.

    Phoenix Adventure

    If you are excited about the great outdoors, there are plenty of activities for your pleasure. Phoenix is the gateway to the Grand Canyon; the famous natural landmark is only around three hours away. Drive through an incredible landscape including national forests, towering rock formations, and open desert to reach this must-see attraction. If this is on your list of preferred destinations, check out Travelocity's deals on airline tickets to Phoenix, then search for hotels near Phoenix airport. With your own rental car, you can easily depart for the Grand Canyon from your Phoenix hotel at your earliest convenience.

    If you prefer to stay near the metropolitan area, many wilderness and mountain adventures await you within a short drive from the city. The South Mountain Park and Preserve will provide you with endless outdoor fun as the largest municipal park in the United States; it's a great place for a walk or jog. Take a balloon ride over the mountain and desert terrain. Visit the Desert Botanical Garden to see impressive subtropical fauna. In Phoenix, it's easy to get out and have fun outdoors.

    Phoenix Relaxation

    Vacationers in search of complete relaxation and luxury will be perfectly satisfied with the fine dining, therapeutic spas, lavish hotels, and excellent golf courses that Phoenix has to offer. Scottsdale Fashion Square is the perfect place to shop for the latest fashions from designer brands. You can find an amazing deal or two at the Phoenix Premium Outlets. When it comes to dining, this city has everything. Whether you are craving an Italian five-course dinner with organic ingredients imported from Italy or local Southwestern-style cuisine, you will not be disappointed with the dining options in Phoenix.

    If golfing brings you to your happy place, try a round of golf at the Arizona Grand Golf Course, Kierland Golf Club, or TPC Scottsdale Stadium Course. It doesn't stop there; research one of the many other famous golf courses available for your recreational entertainment in the area. If you travel during the summer months, try to tee off early so you can enjoy lunch just when the heat of the day arrives. Don't forget to finish the day off with a relaxing spa treatment followed by a few drinks at an elegant resort or hotel bar.

    The Best Time to Visit

    Phoenix's temperatures skyrocket during the summer. Days with temperatures in the hundreds are common, but deals on vacations can be easily found during this time. Phoenix hotels and resorts will offer discounted rates during the off season. Many travelers like to take advantage of these incredible deals. If you travel during the summer months, remember to pack sunscreen and drink plenty of water during your stay.

    The best time to visit Phoenix is between the months of November and April. If you choose this time to travel, you will be greeted by a dry climate and pleasant temperatures between 60 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit. The city tends to get crowded fast during this season, though. If you want to travel during this time, make sure you book your trip early. Using Travelocity, you can search multiple hotels in Phoenix, AZ, at once. By taking advantage of our site, you can find cheap hotels and tools to help make your booking experience as easy as possible.

    Getting to Phoenix, Arizona

    Traveling to Phoenix can be difficult depending on where you are coming from and your mode of transportation. If you are flying domestically or internationally, the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is conveniently located near the city. If you are located in one of the neighboring states such as Colorado, New Mexico, Texas, Utah, Nevada, or California, driving might be feasible if you enjoy road trips. Travelocity offers exceptional deals on flights. Booking your flight, hotel, and rental car or any combination of those things in a single package on Travelocity can save you money and time. Use Travelocity for your next Phoenix vacation and get the best package for the perfect getaway!

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