These Celebs are Backing Sam Fox’s New Global Ambassador Hotel

Sam Fox’s highly-anticipated Global Ambassador hotel has some major celeb endorsement.

According to Travel + Leisure, stars across sports and entertainment include Phoenix Suns guard Devin Booker, former Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald Jr. and country singer Dierks Bentley, who are investors that are also involved in the development of the new Phoenix luxury hotel that’s slated to open in 2023.

Booker told the magazine that he appreciates the thoughtful design and approach to experiences, remarking that “this hotel is going to be a place where I look forward to hosting friends and family.”

For Fitzgerald, it’s all about the 18,000-square-foot rooftop restaurant that will overlook Camelback Mountain, telling T&L: “I’m excited to experience a sunset from that rooftop patio. That view really captures the essence and beauty of Phoenix.”

Bentley, a Phoenix native whose name fronts the Scottsdale favorite and Best of Our Valley winner Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row, appreciates the Global Ambassador’s prime location at the crossroads of Phoenix, Scottsdale and Paradise Valley. “I love the way the Global Ambassador has incorporated Camelback into its design—the view of the mountain from the top deck is going to be incredible,” Bentley told T&L.

The 141-room hotel will be oriented around a plaza courtyard with a sprawling lawn accented with lush, verdant landscaping and inviting seating that encourages guests to relax and unwind. Guests can look forward to a world-class Wellness Center complete with an expansive fitness level and ultra-luxe spa, while an exclusive Member’s Club will be the first of its kind in Arizona with limited membership.

And this wouldn’t be a Fox concept without fine dining at its core. The Global Ambassador will boast five original restaurants with Mediterranean-influenced cuisine from Greece, Italy and Morocco.

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