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  • 1
    Arizona Biltmore

    Arizona Biltmore

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    13 reviews
    Very Good! - 80% of guests recommend

    I'd probably stay at the Hyatt next time... you can tell this used to be a nice resort but it needs to step back up to other hotels in it's class these days. staff is quite incompetent, rooms need some updating. pool is great but way too many screaming kiddos.

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    JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort & Spa, Phoenix

    JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort & Spa, Phoenix

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    9 reviews
    Excellent! - 88% of guests recommend

    Simply an amazing resort to have diner / people watch

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    Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs Resort

    Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs Resort

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    6 reviews
    Good! - 76% of guests recommend

    Very nice, laid back hotel. Nice feel.

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    The Clarendon Hotel

    The Clarendon Hotel

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    8 reviews
    Very Good! - 82% of guests recommend

    Although The Clarendon is an older building, I think the intended charm of the designers is apparent. I wasn’t expecting much due to the sub-par reviews for this close to downtown Phoenix hotel. Maybe that’s why I was pleasantly surprised by the kindness and welcome I felt from the moment I entered until I left. The style is unique to ...

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    Arizona Grand Resort

    Arizona Grand Resort

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    5 reviews
    Good! - 79% of guests recommend

    Incredible huge resort w/ amazing golf, tennis, spa, restaurants, big water park, etc..

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    Royal Palms Resort and Spa

    Royal Palms Resort and Spa

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    4 reviews
    Excellent! - 91% of guests recommend

    You will love this place. Ask for Kenny at the bar. Dinner is expensive but it is a Five Star Resort. Enjoy the beautiful grounds and the music and dancing in the lounge.

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    Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak Resort

    Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak Resort

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    4 reviews
    Good! - 78% of guests recommend

    I’d like to begin by stating this resort has lots of kids! So, if you have kids and are looking for a family fun experience, yeah, this resort is really good. However, if you and your girlfriends want to do a ‘staycation’, you may want to look at another resort in town. Don’t get me wrong, this is a nice ...

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    The Ritz-Carlton Phoenix

    The Ritz-Carlton Phoenix

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    4 reviews
    Good! - 79% of guests recommend

    Staying at the Ritz made me feel like I was transported to an opulent renaissance mansion on the east coast; I don’t think there is a place anything like it in Phoenix. The service here is the definition of class. Every staff member was extremely professional, friendly and offered to go above and beyond. Simply stepping through the doors I ...

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    Renaissance Phoenix Downtown

    Renaissance Phoenix Downtown

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    4 reviews
    Excellent! - 85% of guests recommend

    My first experience with the Renaissance was during Phoenix Comic Con: I only walked by the front entrance, but the misters were nice in the Arizona sun. Turns out, the rest of the hotel is pretty swanky as well. Walking into the lobby I was hit with a sense that this place is trying to appeal to a young, hip ...

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    Sheraton Phoenix Downtown Hotel

    Sheraton Phoenix Downtown Hotel

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    5 reviews
    Excellent! - 86% of guests recommend

    This is another place I stopped by during this summer's Comic Con, we saw the comedian Brian Posehn perform in the ballroom upstairs. Just walking in you're struck with just how enormous this place is. The spacious lobby has not only a bar but an adjoining restaurant (I went for happy hour during the Con, get the hummus). I was ...

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    Hyatt Regency Phoenix

    Hyatt Regency Phoenix

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    4 reviews
    Very Good! - 83% of guests recommend

    For a Hyatt at a major downtown city (one of the 10 largest cities in the country now), this tries to keep up with its better known sisters, but somehow comes up a little short for a Hyatt. Its best feature is that is smack dab downtown. Across the street from the Convention center; a block away from the US ...

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    Aloft Phoenix-Airport

    Aloft Phoenix-Airport

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    4 reviews
    Very Good! - 81% of guests recommend

    I've stayed at an Aloft one other previous time. I love the brand. Walking in, I received a warm welcome from the front desk. A basic many hotels seem to neglect these days. If IKEA designed a hotel with 50s style, Aloft would be the flagship brand. The 24 hour grab and go has food with substance, not simply crackers ...

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    Hotel San Carlos

    Hotel San Carlos

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    3 reviews
    Mediocre - 69% of guests recommend

    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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    Marriott Phoenix Airport

    Marriott Phoenix Airport

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    3 reviews
    Very Good! - 81% of guests recommend

    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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    Hilton Garden Inn Phoenix North Happy Valley

    Hilton Garden Inn Phoenix North Happy Valley

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    4 reviews
    Excellent! - 89% of guests recommend

    One word: convenient. More business than pleasure but it’s good business. The hotel has a nice feel for the person on the go. With a fitness center, pool, 24-hour store and in-room amenities such as a refrigerator and microwave, it’s not luxury but it’s quiet and comfortable. The friendly staff welcomed me when I walked in the door and I ...

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    Radisson Hotel Phoenix Airport North

    Radisson Hotel Phoenix Airport North

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    3 reviews
    Excellent! - 85% of guests recommend

    The Radisson Phoenix Airport is another of the hotels along 44th St that cater to the jetsetting crowd, and one of the better properties in the area. Walking into the lobby I was struck by its modern feel: decorated in chrome, hardwood floors in the dining area and chainlink curtains are all in line with a hotel recently renovated. They ...

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    Hotel Highland at Biltmore

    Hotel Highland at Biltmore

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    3 reviews

    Previous reviews talk of this hotel's “boutique” atmosphere but when I paid a visit that was, well, a bit lacking. Up until 2012, this place was a one-off, unique. Now: it's a Hampton Inn. Nothing against Hampton Inns, but they come a dime a dozen. I used to work in one, so I sorta know the drill. I was told ...

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    Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Phoenix Airport

    Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Phoenix Airport

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    2 reviews
    Very Good! - 82% of guests recommend

    This place seems to be brand new. Immaculate inside and out. I lucked out and was upgraded to a suite. Nice!

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    Hilton Suites Phoenix

    Hilton Suites Phoenix

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    3 reviews
    Very Good! - 84% of guests recommend

    This is one of the worst hotels I have stayed in. The room smelled like smoke when we walked in, and there was mold covering all of the air conditioning vents. Our toilet broke during our stay, and when the hotel representative arrived to fix it he apparently had no knowledge of the issue. The breakfast was very good, and ...

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    Embassy Suites Hotel Phoenix Biltmore

    Embassy Suites Hotel Phoenix Biltmore

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    2 reviews
    Good! - 79% of guests recommend

    I love hotels like this where the rooms are suites. I bunked with someone who was attending the same conference. Since we essentially had a separate living room, we were both able to comfortably spread out. And the bed was heavenly. I never wanted to get out of bed. They also have a happy hour with free snacks and drinks ...

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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 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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