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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
"Best Kept Secret near Downtown Phoenix"
The place was an older hotel fixed up to look very modern. Swimming pool and hot tub was very nice, as was the restaurant, bar and rooftop deck - that was a nice surprise. They have free wine bar from 5p-6p every night with a small band as well. Very surprised at how nice it was at almost 1/3 the price of downtown PHX hotels. It has some history as well - look it up!
Traveller from Pelham, AL
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
"Good economy hotel- Better than Motel 6"
The main lobby and our room were clean and comfortable. We stayed there one night and did not see any other parts of the hotel. It appeared to be recently re-decorated ( New carpet, new furniture, new fixtures) but the bones of the building are still pretty old. Our door, which opened to the outside, had a lot of flex in it so we wished we had brought our extra security bar with us. But it seemed like a nice enough neighborhood. The park next-door seemed clean and we did NOT see any suspicious activity Friday night. Saturday morning people were playing Frisbee golf and taking a jog in the park. There were a few small things that made it feel a little lower end. For example, the light bulb was out in the bathroom and the bed consisted of a Sheet of ply-wood under the mattress instead of a box spring. Overall it was a good bargain hotel.
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
Wild Horse Pass Hotel & Casino - Chandler Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Wild Horse Pass Hotel & Casino

5040 Wild Horse Pass Blvd, Chandler - Map
"Staff was extremely friendly"
The staff was very friendly. I was disappointed with the wifi. Vending machines didnt work. No fan in the bathroom and our view was not so great. But friendly staff which was a huge plus
Traveller from Raleigh NC
Situated in Chandler, this golf hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Phoenix Premium Outlets and Rawhide Western Town. Chandler …More
Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia - Paradise Valley Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia

4949 E Lincoln Drive, Paradise Valley - Map
This was our first trip at the Omni. We were very pleased. The staff was very nice and the resort was beautiful. We will came back again!
A Traveller
This family-friendly Paradise Valley resort is located in the suburbs, within 3 mi (5 km) of Camelback Mountain and Shemer …More
Radisson Hotel Phoenix Airport - Phoenix Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Radisson Hotel Phoenix Airport

427 N 44th St, Phoenix - Map
"Nice hotel"
It was a beautiful hotel. But was annoyed with the noise from the living room sink. Every time we flushed toilet or washed our hands in restroom the living room sink would make a gargling noise.
Traveller from los angeles
Located 1 mile from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, this hotel is within 5 miles of the convention center and …More
Metro Center inn North Phoenix - Phoenix Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars

Metro Center inn North Phoenix

8101 N Black Canyon Hwy, Phoenix - Map
"It's a great location close to everything I love i"
I just think this hotel is a very nice hotel love the breakfast it's great . I would tell anyone to go here nice staff clean rooms
Traveller from phoenix az
Located in North Mountain, this hotel is 1.6 mi (2.5 km) from Castle N' Coasters and within 6 mi (10 km) of Grand Canyon …More
FireSky Resort & Spa - Scottsdale Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

FireSky Resort & Spa

4925 N Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale - Map
"Anniversary Staycation"
My husband & I stayed here for 2 nights celebrating 14 years of marriage. The resort was very nice, service at the pool was amazing- they also had live music which was a nice touch. We were suprised with a lovely tray of champagne, chocolates & goodies from the manager with a note congratulating us on our anniversary. Totally unexpected & thoughtful. We'll definitely be staying here again.
A Traveller
Outdoor fire pits light up the night at this charming resort located 6 blocks from Old Town Scottsdale. The airport is 11 …More
Scottsdale Plaza Resort - Scottsdale Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Scottsdale Plaza Resort

7200 N Scottsdale Rd, Scottsdale - Map
"Scottsdale Paradise"
This is a lovely place to stay! I was only in town for 2 days and didn't get to enjoy all of the amenities but it was all so very nice. The staff was very friendly and helpful. I will definitely be staying again and recommending to my colleagues.
Traveller from Mobile, AL
Located 4 miles from Old Town Scottsdale, this resort is a retreat for golfers playing the area's many championship courses …More
Graduate Tempe - Tempe Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Graduate Tempe

225 East Apache Boulevard, Tempe - Map
"Close to ASU"
I came to get my son situated for college and it was very convenient. I loved the old school feel to the hotel. Reminded me of PeeWee Herman Art Deco- which I truly loved. Everything was great and Ginger was awesome. I will definitely stay here again. Oh and to be able to sit on my balcony and watch the lightning storm was fabulous.
Traveller from Kent, WA
Situated in Tempe, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Grady Gammage Memorial Auditorium and Arizona State University …More
Palomar Phoenix CityScape, a Kimpton Hotel - Phoenix Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Palomar Phoenix CityScape, a Kimpton Hotel

2 East Jefferson, Phoenix - Map
"Enjoyed a fun afternoon at the pool, live music."
It's a perfectly located hotel with all of the amenities. Great restaurant in the hotel with excellent restaurants surrounding it.
Traveller from FV, CA
Opened in 2012, this Phoenix boutique hotel is part of the CityScape shopping, dining, and nightlife complex. Chase Field and …More

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    As the Arab proverb goes, “All sunshine makes a desert.” In Phoenix, the brilliant rays and cacti-sprinkled vistas prove that there’s no such thing as too much sunshine…or too much desert. An urban oasis nestled between breathtaking mountains, Phoenix hotels provide the perfect getaway, whether you're looking for a relaxing spa weekend or an invigorating hike through one of the Phoenix desert gardens. Phoenix may be known for record-setting summers, but you’ll leave the Arizona capital refreshed by the laidback local atmosphere—never underestimate the power of a gourmet margarita on a misty patio. Plus, locals will remind you that the Sonoran Desert boasts a dry heat, and sunsets glow orange with dusty evening breezes. If we had you at “cacti-sprinkled vistas” and you’re wondering where to stay in Phoenix, read on, traveler. The desert awaits.

    Things to Do in Phoenix

    To start your adventure at the beginning of the region’s rich history, you don’t have to venture far from the airport to step back through the centuries. Check in at one of the top hotels near Sky Harbor Airport and wander 3 miles northeast to the Pueblo Grande Museum & Archeological Park. This ancient village was once the home of the native Hohokam people who first settled in the rustic region around 450 BCE. Long before air conditioning and electric fans breezed through “The Valley of the Sun,” the Hohokam embraced the landscape and created a city that remains baked into the earth to this day. Take a long look around at some of the first Phoenix lodging—rugged doesn’t begun to describe it.

    To explore more of the civilizations that thrived at the feet of red-rock mountains, visit the Heard Museum. Encounter the beauty early Native Americans drew from the earth to pass on for generations to come as you home in on the delicate details of handmade beads and intricately woven baskets. A path unfolds on each traditional Tohono O'odham labyrinth basket just as you will leave these galleries ready to discover the best things to do in Phoenix.

    Eating and Drinking

    With a mix of cultures and cuisines, downtown Phoenix and its uptown counterpart, the Central Avenue Corridor, form a bustling hub for food, drinks, and nightlife. There is plenty of outdoor seating so you can take advantage of the great weather on warm nights. Many of the restaurants feature local ingredients that fuse Southwestern flavors with fine cuisine techniques. If small luxuries woo your foodie heart, then venture north of Arizona Canal to the charming neighborhood of Arcadia, where unique bistros and a slower pace make it one of the best places to stay in Phoenix.

    From the mesquite-smoked beef in old-school cowboy fare to Navajo fry bread and chili-driven Mexican fusion, the local food scene is seasoned to perfection. Order the brilliant pink fruit of the prickly pear cactus to find out just how sweet and uplifting the desert can be. While the juicy fruit livens up drinks and jellies, the green rounds of the cactus are the key ingredient in savory stews and mouthwatering tacos. Look for “nopales” on the menu and don’t worry—no spines included.

    Green Spaces in the Desert

    It may not be a proverb yet, but Phoenicians also have a little saying: Sun’s out, fun’s out. During the spring and summer, locals grab their rafts and fill their coolers with hydration and libations for a float on the Salt River. When someone turns on their waterproof radio, join the revelry and celebration of lazy days and cool water. Around here, the only thing rushing is the river.

    Even without their backyard pools and festive rivers, You'll likely find locals out and about on the city's many hiking and biking trails, especially when the weather is cooler. To get a taste for the beautiful flora of the Sonoran Desert without venturing too far out from the city, stop by the Desert Botanical Garden and check out their collection of wildlife from around the world.

    Looking for something a little more invigorating? Bring plenty of water for a climb up South Mountain. Like the time you ventured to the carved columns of Petra, you’ll enjoy the challenge of the journey, but you will love the view from the top. Look out over the saguaro cacti and fragrant creosote blooming in the rocky landscape. When the sun sets in striking color, rest easy in one of the nearby Phoenix hotels, ready to pamper you after an impressive summit.

    Day Trips from Phoenix

    With wide-open spaces as far as the eyes can see, the American Southwest seems to have evolved from its rubble for the purpose of road tripping through the region. As you plan a trek through the stunning landscape, book cheap hotels in Phoenix and nearby, so you can pause for reflection and refreshment along the way. Then, turn up the A/C or roll down the windows and let the cool air energize your spirit as you chase the horizon.

    En route to the Grand Canyon, turn your wheels north toward Sedona. As you drive the 116 miles from downtown Phoenix, look for the layered stone mountains striped ruby and dove gray. From the ground level, Cathedral Rock and Devil’s Bridge Trail will remind you of trips to modern metropolises, but those aren’t skyscrapers. The city skyline is sprinkled with natural wonders and rather than crowded avenues, Sedona has winding waterways, like Slide Rock State Park—the all-natural water park that your childhood self craves.

    Once you’ve soaked yourself in fresh water and signature Sedona sunsets, continue your journey north another 110 miles to the Grand Canyon. Speaking of natural wonders, this one is officially one of the top 7, and with good reason. Look out over Colorado River as it slowly wears away at the canyon, revealing more vivid sediment and alters its own course.

    Start Fresh in the Desert

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