Luxury Resort and Travel Guide

Stay Local and Save with Resident Rates at these Valley Resorts

The Adero Scottsdale

For an easy in-state getaway, Arizonans can take advantage of special Resident Rates at select hotels in Phoenix and Scottsdale.

Ideal for those planning last-minute Valentine’s // President’s Day weekend getaways or for residents looking to be a “tourist” in their home state, there are so many ways to Stay Local and save with 15% off more than 40 hotels through March. 

Where to Stay:

JW Marriott Phoenix Desert Ridge Resort & Spa

This AAA 4-Diamond resort offers gracefully designed rooms and suites, an on-site spa, two picturesque 18-hold championship courses designed by golf legends Arnold Palmer and Nick Faldo, five pools, and a lazy river.  

Sheraton Phoenix Downtown

Sheraton Phoenix Downtown recently debuted a fully reimagined experience, which signaled the beginning of a worldwide transformation for the Sheraton brand.

As the largest hotel in Arizona’s capital city, the hotel provides premium accommodations, an enviable downtown location, a pool, an elevated bar and coffee experience, a signature restaurant, and expansive meeting and event space. 

The Phoenician, a Luxury Collection Resort, Scottsdale

Offering a distinctive lifestyle experience, The Phoenician features palatial guestrooms, suites, and casitas with elegant furnishings and breathtaking Sonora views, a three-level pool complex, an enriched spa, athletic club, and golf course.

ADERO Scottsdale, Autograph Collection

ADERO Scottsdale, the only Autograph Collection® resort in a certified Dark Sky Community, is perched high above the Sonoran Desert.

The spacious guestrooms, including 16 oversized suites, all feature private balconies. Guests can enjoy an elevated escape with a world-class fitness club, farm-to-table cuisine, a poolside oasis, a desert-inspired adventure spa, on-site trailheads for hikes and mountain biking, access to neighboring SunRidge Canyon Golf Club, and nightly stargazing.  

What to Do 

  • Hike Camelback Mountain, one of the most popular urban hiking spots in Phoenix, to experience the unique flora of Arizona including Saguaro Cactus, Ocotillo, Palo Verde, Cholla, Barrel Cactus, and the Creosote Bush. 
  • Take a walk around the red butte formations of Papago Park. Here travelers can access the world-class Phoenix Zoo, the largest privately owned, non-profit zoo in the U.S., and stunning Desert Botanical Garden, a 140-acre botanical garden. 
  • Explore Roosevelt Row in downtown Phoenix, home to several art galleries, restaurants, bars, and boutique shops in a walkable, vibrant setting. Beginning February 5, Roosevelt Row will offer the nation’s largest, self-guided art walks on the first Friday of every month from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. 

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