Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak Resort

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7677 N 16th St, Phoenix, AZ
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Set on a mountainside with panoramic views, this Spanish-style resort features 27 acres of landscaped grounds and a four-acre water park; Downtown Phoenix is only 10 miles away. read more
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The five restaurants made the stay convenient. Other than the 'tailgater' on January 10, we ate all meals in. The Starbucks was just right for breakfast. On the first night we had a great dinner at the "Hole In The Wall." After the game Rico's was still open. We ate dinner there on Tue & Wed, too. Super salads. The Concierge arranged a jeep type tour for us on short notice. The vehicle was a converted Chevy Blazer, and the driver/guide was very colorful and informative. We had a real blast and learned about desert survival. In all, the folks at the Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak Resort were helpful and made us feel welcome. I recommend anyone going there get written directions from the hotel. The freeways can be confusing, and the street numbering off Glendale Blvd make one feel he's lost in the Twilight Zone!
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Jan 20th, 2007
Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs Resort

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11111 N 7th St, Phoenix, AZ
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Set amid the terrain of the Phoenix North Mountains and beautiful Sonoran landscapes, this resort includes a water park and occupies 400 acres adjacent to a nature preserve; downtown Phoenix is only 10 miles away. read more
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I travel frequently and have stayed at several Hilton's. The grounds at this resort felt more like an apartment complex than a resort. The rooms, pools, restaurants, spa, etc are spread out (which I consider nice for a resort), but rather than sidewalks, gardens, or typical resort grounds, there are parking lots with cars throughout the entire resort. From the porch in my suite (and most suites in the hotel), my view was of parked cars. At the pools, again, my view was of parked cars. When I walked to breakfast, and to the pool, and the spa, rather than walking on sidewalks past nice gardens, I walked through parking lots full of cars. The room was fairly standard for a Hilton. However, the bathroom was very small, and on par with Hampton Inn's that I have stayed at versus the Hilton brand hotels. The service at the hotel was great and the room and grounds were clean. Also, there were plenty of pools and places to lay in the sun. Further, the view and food at the Different Pointe of View restaurant were excellent. The layout of this resort was not what I expected, however, and when I return to Phoenix, I will stay at a different resort.
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Apr 20th, 2006