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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Loved our stay at the Intercontinental Montelucia Resort. The service was top notch almost everywhere. We had dinner at Prado both nights, once at a table and once from the tapas menu at the bar. Both of our experiences there were five stars. Amazing food and great service. The breakfast in the dining room was not good. The food was lukewarm and the server had to be reminded of our juice and it took 40 minutes to get our food. He blamed it on the kitchen, but I don't think they would have sent out lukewarm food. Who knows. It was surprising after amazing dinner services. Service at the Oasis pool was good, but not great. I think they either need an extra server or the male server who was there while we were needs to be a bit more attentive. He did make up for it by buying a round of our drinks, though, so I think that adequately resolved our issue. The grounds and pools are gorgeous. I love that they have an adult pool that is quiet and away from the DJ'd pool. There were always plenty of towels and chaise lounges. The room is gorgeous and it was the most comfortable bed in which I've ever had the pleasure to sleep. We have been every year since they opened and will return every year as long as it remains as great this past experience. We may skip breakfast, though.
5
Jun 1st, 2007
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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Took an overnight "staycation" and was disapointed. First the good. The staff was great. Helpful, good use of 10-5 rule, etc. The location was surrounded by some of the nicest neighborhoods in Phoenix/Scottsdale. Lots of very nice restaurants close by. Now the bad. The property did not feel at all like a hilton. Our plans changed and we were able to leave the kids behind so we didn't need two beds anymore. When I asked if we could modify our reservation to a single bed they informed me it would be an upgrade charge so we were stuck with two very small beds. One of the beds really needed to be replaced, and both were very clunky and uncomfortable. The pool area was a joke when compared to other resorts in the area. There was no beverage service at the pool despite the fact that there was a lounge located next to the pool. They really should re-flag this as a super 8 rather than a hilton.
3
Jun 14th, 2007
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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Great resort, very nice grounds and pool. We had a terrific view from the balcony of our room. The only negative is that they charge to use the exercise facility and for wireless Internet, which just seems a little cheap considering that this is such a nice resort
5
Nov 10th, 2006
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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My husband surprised me with a resort birthday stay. We were very happy with the accomodations, hospitality, and services. I would highly recommend this resort to anyone.
5
Jun 19th, 2007
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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Was a great place to stay - relaxing, beautiful and with great service. We went to get away from our son one last time before having our second child. But it was a quiet resort that was also family friendly - so we've already talked about taking the whole family next time. We were planning the next trip before we left - so definitely was worth it!
5
Jun 27th, 2001
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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My wife and I try to get to Scottsdale every spring for a weekend getaway. Normally we would stay in one of the resorts in the area, but this time we decided to stay at the Hotel Valley Ho. We had pretty high expectations after seeing all of the glowing reviews on Expedia. For the most part I would say that we were not let down. The room was extremely comfortable, and the employees and room service were fantastic. The place just has a very hip, cool feel to it. The downside to that is that it was a pretty young crowd staying there. I am in my mid 30's, and felt like I was one of the more senior people out at the pool. While youthful exuberance is a great thing, when you add alcohol to the mix, people can get a little stupid. No major problems, just something I wasn't expecting. Overall, great hotel, and yes, my wife and I will stay there again.
5
Apr 22nd, 2004
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