Top 10 Hotels in Phoenix
3 hide detailModern adobe casitas
In north Scottsdale,a well-known architect designed this contemporary adobe home and two 1,000 sq. ft. guest house "casitas" like a work of art, with every line softly curved. "Barcelona" Casita has a living room-bedroom with fireplace, queen bed, large screen cable TV, stereo, telephone, bath with shower, steam sauna, kitchen area with small frig, toaster oven, coffee maker. "Taos" Casita has a living room-bedroom with fireplace, cable TV and phone. There is a queen bed, bath with shower, tub, bidet, complete kitchen with refrigerator, stove with oven, and small dining area. Tennis court on property, extra large heated spa and pool for seasonal swimming. Large barbecue area. Mountain views.
1 hide detailDowntown 24-story hotel overlooks Copper Square
Our Local Expert Says:
This hotel is easy to find - it's the one w/ the rotating restaurant at the top of it! A part of the Phoenix Sky line, this hotel is great for business travelers in downtown Phoenix because of its proximity to the airport and businesses.
True enjoyment is found in this 24-story building. Visit the Compass Room, a popular restaurant that rotates high above the Phoenix streets, or take a trip on the glass elevators and see incredible views of downtown's Copper Square. Enjoy the newly remodeled seven-story atrium where abstract sculptures and other artworks are on display. A multilingual staff is on hand to assist you in arranging a golf game at one of many championship courses in the area.
2 hide detailElegant, historic resort destination at the base of Camelback Mountain
This Mediterranean and Spanish Colonial-inspired resort was originally a mansion commissioned by New York financier Delos Cooke in the late1920s. In its 1950s-era heyday, the mansion and surrounding casitas were known as the Royal Palms Inn, attracting thousands of sun worshipers from around the country looking to relax at the base of scenic Camelback Mountain. After falling somewhat into disrepair, the casitas and villas were eventually restored to their original stately splendor, and local landscape designers gave a face-lift to the property's lush, inviting palm groves, orange groves, flower gardens, and fountains. This is a stunning older property, with one of the most acclaimed restaurants in Phoenix, T. Cook's, located on site. Not surprisingly, rates are high at this exclusive resort.
4 hide detailOasis In The Desert
Tucked away on a ridge top on the northeastern edge of the Valley, this little boutique resort overlooking the town of Fountain Hills is one of the most luxurious resorts in the area. Best of all, the resort boasts some of the most picturesque mountain vistas in the Valley, which is one of the reasons I like it so much. CopperWynd also has a fabulous tennis facility, an impressive health club, and a spa, and, although there is no golf course on the premises, there are four highly regarded courses nearby. The resort's Jacuzzi, tucked into a rocky hillside, is as romantic as they come. All guest rooms have great views and feature European deluxe decor. Balconies provide plenty of room for taking in the vista. There's an excellent restaurant, Alchemy, on the premises.