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300 East Wigwam Blvd, Litchfield Park, AZ
Built in 1918, this luxury resort is surrounded by gardens and citrus trees, 2 blocks from Litchfield Park, 5 miles from Wildlife World Zoo, and 18 miles from downtown Phoenix and Phoenix Convention Center. read more
I would highly recommend you to stay here if you can budget the stay. The rooms: Very clean, and well kept during your stay. The staff is very friendly and helpful. Extra towels, a forgotten toothbrush, more soap... whatever you may encounter a need for, the Wigwam staff is willing and able to help. The grounds: Excellent. To prove the point, I actually made the effort to take pictures of the pools and grounds in general - they are that nice. The buildings are spaced out nicely, and provide a nice sense of privacy for you. Parking isn't right outside your door, but a stroll through the grounds isn't something I minded at all. They do provide assistance with your luggage via golf carts, so don't worry about lugging your stuff long ways in or out. The pools are very nice. Of course you may expect the pools at any resort to be nice, but the way that theirs are situated, makes them feel more like a pool at home rather than the public pool down the street. Location: The surrounding neighborhood is nice. There is a school just across the street to the south, and a row of restaurants on the west border of the property. (I would recommend them as a place to go, as the food was very good and price was average) Within a 5-10 minute drive you can get to a wide variety of nicer chain restaurants, or local bars. There is even a CVS right down the street just in case you forget to pack something. Overall, I would recommend you to stay here if you are looking for a place to relax. You could easily make this resort your destination and not leave. I wish I had been able to spend more time at the resort. If you are looking for a place to crash for the night and move on the next day, this is not that kind of place. To be honest I wouldn't have sought out a place like this on my own, but as I had business here, I decided to stay for the convenience. This turned out to be a great choice. When I return to Phoenix, I will be sure to stay a little longer, and plan to enjoy the Wigwam in full.
Oct 11th, 2007