Arizona Grand Resort Phoenix
Arizona Grand Resort comprises 640 suites, suited to business and family guests. The six-acre all-suite smoke-free Phoenix resort offers a complete spa with fitness center and classes, and a computer-aided golf trainer to keep guests busy at this 220-acre resort. The Oasis Water Park has two slides (one is eight stories tall), a lazy river, and a wave pool; hours of operation may vary and are limited in the winter.
Residence Inn By Marriott Phoe Phoenix
The most convenient of North Phoenix hotels, we?re located down the street from Shops at Norterra and just 5 minutes from Wet?n?Wild Phoenix. Enjoy other nearby sites including Reach 11 Sports Complex, Outlets at Anthem, Peoria Sports Complex and downtown Phoenix.
Homewood Suites North Happy Valley Phoenix
the hotel is conveniently located off I-17 which is interstate from Phoenix heading north to Flagstaff and the Grand Canyon. It is located to close to area shopping and dining.
Renaissance Phoenix Downtown H
Enjoy an artful and memorable urban retreat when you stay at Renaissance Phoenix Downtown Hotel.
Best Western Innsuites Phoenix
Hotel guests will be immersed in the Piestewa Peak - Phoenix Mountain Reserve including a nature walk conveniently connected to the hotel. Sports enthusiasts will be near the US Airways Arena, home of the Phoenix Suns.
Arizona Biltmore A Waldorf Ast Phoenix
Once accessible by invitation only, this Phoenix resort is set on 39 acres of manicured gardens and tiled pools, a half-mile from Wrigley Mansion and less than 4 miles from Camelback Mountain. Resort Fee is waived for all clients and inclusions are offered complimentary.
Phoenix is the epicentre of the United State’s Southwest, rising up among crimson-hued rugged landscapes and jagged rock formations in the Sonoran Desert. While the downtown vibe is quieter than you may expect, it’s still a great place to stay if you want to explore Roosevelt Historic District or catch a Phoenix Suns NBA game.
There is a smattering of cheap hostels for the budget-minded traveller, but those seeking a bit more privacy and comfort may prefer the modern facilities of the Wyndham Phoenix or Quality Inn and Suites Downtown. If you’ve got a bit more cash to splash, why not consider the boutique delights of Hotel Palomar or Hotel San Carlos?
No need to leave the resort
It may be the gateway to the awe-inspiring Grand Canyon, but you can still find plenty to do in Phoenix without leaving your hotel. The all-suite Pointe Hilton hotels at Squaw Peak and Tapatio Cliffs are fantastic family-friendly options bursting with fun and excitement.
Drop your bags off in one of the fabulous suites and let the fun begin! Amid the village-like resort grounds of the two hotels, you can find huge water parks complete with lazy rivers, water slides and pools. A medley of world-class perks including golf facilities, day spas, decadent dining venues and kid’s clubs will keep the whole family amused day after day.
First-class luxury in Phoenix
If first-class luxury is what you seek, then the resplendent JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort and Spa may be just the ticket. The sprawling retreat offers mesmerising views of the McDowell Mountains and an overwhelming number of amenities including two 18-hole championship golf courses, the Revive Spa and 1.6 hectares of swimming pools.
You don’t necessarily have to travel outside of the city limits with Phoenix’s largest property, the Sheraton Phoenix Downtown Hotel, offering a superb central base. Just steps from the convention centre, you can savour upscale dining and luxuriate among signature bedding and panoramic views.