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Phoenix Hotel Insider
Phoenix is the country’s sunniest metropolis with over 300 days of sunshine, and widely considered to be the jumping-off point for the Valley of the Sun. With a warm, arid climate and stunning desert sunsets, Phoenix consistently ranks among the country’s list of top ... read more
destinations for Five Diamond and Five Star resorts. Indeed, there are 62,000 hotel rooms in over 40 resorts and 500 hotels in Phoenix and nearby Scottsdale that are perfect for all types of travelers, from family to business to leisure.

Hotels in Phoenix
The Phoenix area is perhaps best known for its stunning golf courses. Perfect your swing at top-notch establishments like Wigwam Golf Resort and Spa, Westin Kierland Resort and Spa, and Legacy Golf Resort. Each is renowned for their tip-top grounds, beautiful pools, and overall relaxed atmosphere. Best of all, each is perfectly situated for leisure activities like hiking, art walks, and hot air balloon rides.

Rest assured, golf and 54-hole courses are not your only options. There are plenty of budget hotel options in Phoenix, most of which are located close to the city’s most popular spots like the Arizona Science Center, Phoenix Art Museum, or the Jobing.com Arena. Try Springhill Suites, or the exceptional Holiday Inn Express in downtown Phoenix.

Boutique hotels are in the lineup as well, like the funky fresh Aloft Phoenix-Airport that provides stylish and trendy accommodations, and Hotel Palomar Phoenix, which offers a convenience and a cool vibe in the heart of downtown.

Regardless of class, Phoenix hotels are all similar in their accommodation features. Most offer car rental services, and guided tours to local South Mountain Park and Preserve, Casa Grande Ruins National Monument, or the Grand Canyon (further away).

Attractions and Environs
There are plenty of things to do in Phoenix. An art lover’s dream, the city is home to a vast array of music and opera houses, art galleries, and museums. If you love opera, check out the world-famous Arizona Opera Center and hang your hat at Hilton Phoenix Suites or the Renaissance Phoenix Downtown, which both offer the quality of service you’d expect from these well-known brands.

History and cultural lovers can set up camp at Fairfield Inn & Suites Phoenix Midtown, Hampton Inn Phoenix Midtown, or Radisson Phoenix City Center, all conveniently located near the Phoenix Art Museum and the Native American showcase, Heard Museum.

Of course, sports fans can find happiness in the sunny city as well, with the Phoenix International Raceway, US Airways Center, and Chase Field, home of the Arizona Diamondbacks, at the hub of the action. There are plenty of prime lodging options within walking distance to these, including Palomar Phoenix Cityscape, or the historic Hotel San Carlos, which exudes a nostalgic throwback to early twentieth-century Hollywood.

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  • 1
    Arizona Biltmore

    Arizona Biltmore

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    12 reviews

    The Arizona Biltmore is a beautiful property - just stunning. There are multiple buildings with rooms - from standard hotels to cottages. Multiple restaurants. Impeccable service. While the property is beautiful though, the rooms, which are expensive, are a bit dated. I stayed in a cottage, which was cool, except it was so far toward back of property and my ...

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  • 2
    JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort & Spa, Phoenix

    JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort & Spa, Phoenix

    Hotel Class:
    5
    9 reviews

    Though this Marriot location is about a 30-minute drive north into the desert from Phoenix Sky Harbor, but it’s worth it. Possibly one of the grandest entrances of any hotel I’ve stayed in, the JW lives up to its expectations. You enter about 50 ft above the rear ground level with a palatial ceiling above. The entire back of the ...

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  • 3
    Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs Resort

    Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs Resort

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    6 reviews

    Super-nice resort tucked into the mountains just across from several mountain preserves. This resort hotel reminded me of some resorts we've stayed in down in Tucson.

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  • 4
    The Clarendon Hotel

    The Clarendon Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    3.5
    8 reviews

    I’d typically prefer to not leave any feedback about an experience than a negative one, but my stay at The Clarendon was pretty near a disaster. To start with the positive; the location was great in the heart of Phoenix though tucked away off the beaten path, and the pool area nice. That’s about it. The attempt at a retro ...

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  • 5
    Arizona Grand Resort

    Arizona Grand Resort

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    5 reviews

    It's like being on a cruise ship in the middle of the desert. This ship stops in the South Mountain Preserve, where you get off-board to hike, bike or horseback ride. This is only a simile but with all the activities at the resort, along with the family spirited atmosphere, it truly is an experience. The private Oasis Waterpark is ...

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  • 6
    The Ritz-Carlton Phoenix

    The Ritz-Carlton Phoenix

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    4 reviews

    If you need to mix business with pleasure, walk into the Ritz. Hop out at the front door and be greeted by 4 gentleman holding 4 separate doors like a baller. I swear, the entire hotel is made of marble, including the toilets. Ok, I made that last part about the toilets up, but you get the point. The restaurant ...

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  • 7
    Royal Palms Resort and Spa

    Royal Palms Resort and Spa

    Hotel Class:
    5
    3 reviews

    There is a reason the Royal Palms has trademarked the term, 'Romantication.' This resort is the ultimate in the romantic getaway - they even have their own romance team to guide your experience and guarantee pure delight! Its rustic elegance really does take you to another time and place, forgetting you are even in Phoenix. Relax on a grassy knoll ...

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  • 8
    Hyatt Regency Phoenix

    Hyatt Regency Phoenix

    Hotel Class:
    4
    4 reviews

    I was drawn to the Southwestern art deco charm of this downtown hotel. There is something about being in the city amongst high rises while chilling in the pool or relaxing on the sun deck. This particular experience left me with visions of city lights in my head, thanks to the sky-high revolving restaurant, Compass Arizona Grill. Phoenix is probably ...

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  • 9
    Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak Resort

    Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak Resort

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    3 reviews

    As Alesha mentioned, I have heard about their service. The staff was always polite and helpful with a smile. This is another top notch suite style family resort in the Phoenix area. Plenty of entertainment for the adults in kids. Since I don't have any kids to worry about, I had a blast getting served alcoholic beverages by the pool ...

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  • 10
    Sheraton Phoenix Downtown Hotel

    Sheraton Phoenix Downtown Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    3.5
    4 reviews

    Whether for business or pleasure, the Sheraton provides a warm, friendly atmosphere to call home while on travel. The hotel is located just three blocks from the nearest metro light rail stop and is walking distance to the convention center, a diverse selection of restaurants, and nightlife. Rooms on the Starwood Preferred level were spacious and clean. The bed was ...

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  • 11
    Aloft Phoenix-Airport

    Aloft Phoenix-Airport

    Hotel Class:
    4
    3 reviews

    You know it's going to be modern, fresh and technology-savvy if it’s a W concept hotel. Grab a free 5-minute shuttle from the airport to the high-tech world of hotel stay and it won’t disappoint. I love the nearness to Tempe (home to Arizona State University), downtown Phoenix and the Metro Light Rail that can transport you very easily to ...

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  • 12
    Renaissance Phoenix Downtown

    Renaissance Phoenix Downtown

    Hotel Class:
    4
    3 reviews

    The Renaissance is the most indigenous hotel in downtown Phoenix. If you want to have a "local" experience, you can't go wrong. I enjoyed walking through the opulent lobby looking at the art work. I started to recognize parts of Phoenix in the photos. All of the artwork is local. As are the bartenders, some have been there for over ...

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  • 13
    Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Phoenix Airport

    Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Phoenix Airport

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    2 reviews

    The Holiday Inn and Suites Airport is pretty new: built less than three years ago, it’s outfitted with all the modern fixtures you’d expect. Flat screens everywhere – in addition to the one in the room, I counted two big-screens in the lounge, and each of the booths in the restaurant has its own as well, which is clever (although ...

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  • 14
    Hilton Garden Inn Phoenix North Happy Valley

    Hilton Garden Inn Phoenix North Happy Valley

    Hotel Class:
    3.5
    3 reviews

    Really nice hotel. Clean rooms...great breakfast choices...Dinner is average. The bar is friendly.....nice pool spa fitness center. Try the Pitta place that is right out the front door. Good stuff.

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  • 15
    Hotel San Carlos

    Hotel San Carlos

    Hotel Class:
    4
    2 reviews

    Do you mean “Hotel San Historic?” I swear a ghost floated past me as I walked down the lavish corridor…but that’s what happens when the Old World meets the new. This ornate downtown landmark oozes history and whispers stories of the past. From its velvet draperies to gaudy (but cool) mirrors, traditions of the 20s, 30s and 40s fill the ...

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  • 16
    Radisson Hotel Phoenix Airport North

    Radisson Hotel Phoenix Airport North

    Hotel Class:
    4
    2 reviews

    The Radisson is a man's man hotel. When I walked in I felt I was in a scotch lodge about to discuss how I wrestled down a grizzly bear only using my hands. The rooms have a similar feel. I really like the bar style dresser with the tv separating the desk and the bed. I could work at the ...

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  • 17
    Hotel Highland at Biltmore

    Hotel Highland at Biltmore

    Hotel Class:
    4
    2 reviews

    The Highland at Biltmore is a great place to check out the Scottsdale Quarter, a new shop, bar and dining area fairly new to mid/northern Scottsdale. The Jolly staff helped me out with any questions I had including a spectacular restaurant recommendation. Make sure you catch Tru Food at Scottsdale Quarter during a stay. Two things stood out to me ...

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  • 18
    La Quinta Inn & Suites Phoenix I-10 West

    La Quinta Inn & Suites Phoenix I-10 West

    Hotel Class:
    4
    2 reviews

    Now, I admit I don't always stay at La Quinta. I do almost always stay at a reasonably priced hotel though, and when I'm in the Southwest, these hotels just add to the ambiance. They are designed with the Southwest in mind, and that makes you feel like you're part of it.

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  • 19
    Comfort Inn Phoenix

    Comfort Inn Phoenix

    Hotel Class:
    3.5
    3 reviews

    It’s pretty basic. But clean. The rooms are fine. Beds are comfy. Not much in terms of decorations so it feels very corporate. It’s located off the I-17 (which runs north and south in Phoenix) so it’s a good location to stop if you’re on business in the area or on a road trip passing through town and just want ...

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  • 20
    Marriott Phoenix Airport

    Marriott Phoenix Airport

    Hotel Class:
    3.5
    2 reviews

    I get the feeling this Marriott caters to an event crowd. It’s convenient to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport and has tons of meeting rooms and event space. As I walked through the hotel, there was a lot of carpet. It seems, though, they do meetings, events and weddings right. They have planners and deals on blocked out rooms. There ...

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