Scottsdale Plaza Resort

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7200 N Scottsdale Rd, Scottsdale, AZ
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Located 4 miles from Old Town Scottsdale, this resort is a retreat for golfers playing the area's many championship courses; upscale shopping at Scottsdale Fashion Square is 3 miles away. read more
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Montelucia Resort & Spa

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4949 E Lincoln Drive, Paradise Valley, AZ
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Situated in the suburbs, this luxury resort is close to Camelback Mountain, Piestewa Peak, and Arizona Biltmore Country Club. Local attractions also include Scottsdale Fashion Square. read more
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Superb, in every way a luxury resort. The service was incredible, the accomodations and property fantastic! We stayed in the Oasis Village, overlooking the adult-only pool, but we hung out a fair bit at the other pools, too. Although we caught a great cut room rate through hotels.com, this is a pricey place, with upscale tags on food and drinks, spa treatments, and a daily resort fee. But unless you were looking for a bargain in the first place, you will not be disappointed here. It is located out in Paradise Valley, along resort row and so is a little ways (ten minutes) from downtown Scottsdale attractions and restaurants. But the resort itself has almost everything you need, and it sits at the foot of Camelback mountain, with peaceful views. Even the fitness area, accessible with your hotel stay and resort fee, faces the mountain. About the spa -- blissful and very luxe; even veteran spa-goers will find this place ups the bar a bit. I would not stay here if you are going to be elsewhere for most of your days; it is so much more than just a room to return to at night. But for those looking to forget the outside world and really make use of the property amenities, this is your little slice of heaven!
5
Mar 13th, 2005
FireSky Resort & Spa, a Kimpton Hotel

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4925 N Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale, AZ
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Outdoor fire-pits light up the night at this charming resort located six blocks from Old Town Scottsdale and just two miles from the Museum of Contemporary Art and Scottsdale Stadium. read more
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Hilton Scottsdale Resort

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6333 N Scottsdale Rd, Scottsdale, AZ
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Situated in the suburbs, this spa resort is close to Scottsdale Fashion Square, Camelback Mountain, and Scottsdale Waterfront. Local attractions also include Salt River Fields at Talking Stick and Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts. read more
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I read some reviews prior to booking this resort that the rooms were run down. However, we did not find this the case. We had a two-bedroom villa and everything was in top shape. It actually looked as if nobody had used the room before. The pictures on websites do not do the two-bedroom villas justice. Our villa was very large. It had a large kitchen, laundry area, 2 large bathrooms, a large combined living/dining area, a fireplace Bose surround stero, and a patio with a table/chairs and umbrella. We also had a King room in the main building, and it was also very well maintained. This was a family vacation and it was a great place to hang out together. There are many places to dine within walking distance of the resort. There is a gourmet market across the street that is just amazing! We definitely recommend the Hilton Scottsdale Resort; although I would classify it as more of a very nice hotel rather than a resort. We look forward to our next family gathering at the Hilton Scottsdale Resort.
5
Jun 9th, 2006
The Phoenician

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6000 E Camelback Rd, Scottsdale, AZ
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Set against the slope of Camelback Mountain, this 250-acre resort is in the Valley of the Sun between Phoenix and Scottsdale, and Historic Old Town is two miles away. read more
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We have stayed at numerous 4-5 star resorts in Scottsdale/Phoenix area and the Phoenician never disappoints. Their pools are fabulous as they offer "noodles" to relax on. The resort grounds are impeccably manicured and the views are great. The resort also backs up to Camelback Mtn. where you can hike and they have a dessert garden you can walk through. If you are a spa connoisseur, the spa area is much to be desired. It's a bit smaller than some of the other spas in the area and the services(I've had massages/body treatments done) are just ok. But, they have a lot of activities they offer on the resort such as: golf, croquet, lawn bowling, tennis, basketball just to name a few. They also have a cute cafe on site that offers coffee, breakfast/lunch and sweet treats. Great for folks who have a sweet tooth like myself! The food at the resort is good albeit expensive. However, the resort is nearby to many great restaurants in the area. The resort is also not far from other attractions such as the Phoenix Zoo or Desert Botanical Garden (about 15 minutes drive). We stayed in a Grand Deluxe Room which is larger than the standard rooms and offers a larger veranda (at least the one we stayed in did). All in all, great stay and will definitely be back again!!
5
Sep 23rd, 2005
The Boulders, A Waldorf Astoria Resort

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34631 N Tom Darlington Dr, Scottsdale, AZ
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Featuring world-class golf and the Golden Door Spa, this Carefree, Arizona luxury resort is arrayed on 1,300 scenic acres, 14 miles from Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin West and 21 miles from Old Town Scottsdale. read more
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This resort is for you if you enjoy a relaxed atmosphere with lots of natural wildlife and vegitation. I would rate this a four star resort. This resort is on the outskirts of Phoenix so if you want to do anything downtown, that 45min drive away. This resort is 25 years old so the resort and the area are mature not old like so reviews claim. The only complain I can agree with from other reviews is the main dining area is not a fine dining experience as the resort claims. Overall an excellent resort with great golfing and an excellent spa. Would definitely go back.
5
Jan 8th, 2006
JW Marriott Camelback Inn Scottsdale Resort & Spa

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5402 E Lincoln Dr, Paradise Valley, AZ
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Set between Camelback and Mummy mountains and surrounded by the residential town of Paradise Valley, this casita-style resort dating from 1936 features desert flora and close-up mountain views. read more
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We stayed 6 nights at the resort and hated to leave. There isn't a negative comment I can say about this resort. Every employee was friendly and helpful.The food, room and pool were great. You can rent and return your car at the resort and pay for a ride to and from the airport. Much easier than taking buses to the lots. We're going back at least once a year from now on. Loved it.
5
May 22nd, 2005
Hotel Valley Ho

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6850 E Main St, Scottsdale, AZ
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Hotel Valley Ho in downtown Scottsdale is less than a mile from Scottsdale Convention Center, Fashion Square Mall, and the Waterfront. The Desert Botanical Gardens and Phoenix Zoo are 3 miles away. read more
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This is a great low key resort near Old Town Scottsdale. Very convenient location. I have stayed here many times on my visits to AZ. This trip it was too cold to take advantage of the pool area but on past visits it's great to get a cabana. The gym is perfect, good equipment. The staff throughout the resort was extremely friendly and made you feel welcome. I had my Yorkie with me and the hotel is pet friendly. That made an even bigger difference.
5
Jan 20th, 2007
Scottsdale Cottonwoods Resort & Suites

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6160 N Scottsdale Rd, Scottsdale, AZ
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This 25-acre Southwestern-style resort one mile east of Camelback Mountain wraps around a boutique-and-restaurant shopping village called The Borgata of Scottsdale, close to Old Town Scottsdale. read more
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I booked a night to celebrate my husband's birthday and our anniversary, which are 2 days apart. We are relatively local, so a night at a nice Scottsdale resort was just a mini-escape. I was expecting a well appointed room with all of the comforts we wouldn't have at home. Instead, we found the place to be old and out-dated. TVs were the old boxy kind and one of the remotes didn't work. In the bedroom the TV is off in the corner and difficult to see from the bed. The bathtub is a standard bath but old and rusty - we have a nice big garden tub at home. There used to be a private hot tub on a private back patio at the resort, but the tub was empty and the door dead-bolted because of some new law. The grounds were nice, but eerily empty - nobody in the pool, so we didn't know if we could use the discounts and free appetizer that were supposed to come with the resort fee. Which reminds me, they will charge $15 per night plus tax on top of what you already paid on this website as a resort fee. The internet access is free, but wired. The room smelled faintly of pesticide. I will say that the bed sagged in the middle, but there was a nice plush pillowy mattress topper that made it pretty comfortable. And the staff was very friendly, if a bit scarce. There is a Trader Joe's right next to the resort grounds, so you can get a bottle of wine and make the most of the situation. Overall, I wanted a little more posh for my money, which I would have gotten if I had booked the other hotel I had considered. The reason I chose this one is because it was $20 cheaper, but that was eaten up in resort fees anyway AND we didn't get a free breakfast.
3
Jun 26th, 2007
Fairmont Scottsdale Princess

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7575 E Princess Drive, Scottsdale, AZ
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This 450-acre, upscale resort is a half-mile from the Tournament Players Club of Scottsdale and within 3 miles of Kierland Commons shopping district, Westworld, and Scottsdale Municipal Airport. Old Town Scottsdale is 14 miles away. read more
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I often travel to Scottsdale but this was my first visit to the Princess. It's a true resort, fairly self-contained, and in better repair than a more famous "country club" resort over on East Camelback. The staff is friendly, and the accomodations as nice as or nicer than any other Scottsdale resort. It's expensive...but DUH it's a resort and charges resort prices. My only complaints were that housekeeping was slow in making up my room one day and that the "business center" was an abysmally small, under-airconditioned tomb. Aside from those faux pas, whether it was breakfast in the LV Bistro (with Tim the waiter, who was one of the nicest resort employees I've met in my travels) or dinner at The Grill at the TPC course next door (with complimentary transportation to and from the restaurant), my experience was excellent. If you're willing to bear the costs of a resort, you'll like the Princess alot.
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May 15th, 2002