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“A Unique, Contemporary Style”“The Four Points by Sheraton Phoenix out among North Phoenix hotels for our superior servi
Posted by: Four Points by Sheraton Phoenix North

“Located In The Heart Paradise Valley”“Nestled at the foot of picturesque Camelback Mountain, the Omni Montelucia Resort & Spa i
Posted by: Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia

“JW Marriott Scottsdale Camelback”“Plan your Scottsdale Arizona resort getaway to the JW Marriott Camelback Inn. View an int
Posted by: Camelback Inn, A JW Marriott Resort & Spa

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“Scam”Member, Suzanne Gard, Anthem - “Requested a non-smoking room, then after I checke
Said about: Sleep Inn North

“Good Place To Stay In The Area”Member, Nicole Thomas, Tucson - “This hotel is in a great location, within 15 min
Said about: Homestead Studio Suites Tempe Airport

“Avoid This Health Hazard!!!”Jon, Castle Rock - “If we could give this business less than one star, we would
Said about: Best Western Goodyear Inn

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Welcome to HotelGuide.Networks' directory of hotels and hotel reviews for Phoenix, Arizona!

Maricopa County's Phoenix -- in the heart of the Sonoran Desert -- is known for sunshine, exceptional golfing, great shopping, and southwestern hospitality for ultime relaxation. More than three dozen luxury resorts are scattered throughout the valley, many featuring fabulous spas. With mountains on three sides, Greater Phoenix provides a spectacular backdrop for golf, and many of more than 200 courses beckon with multiple signature holes. Museums for many tastes include Taliesin West (home of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation), the Phoenix Art Museum, the Fleischer Museum for American Impressionism, and the Hall of Flame with the world's largest collection of fire-fighting equipment. The Heard Museum has Native American artifacts, including the largest kachina doll collection -- many donated by Arizona's late U.S. Sen. Barry Goldwater -- of any museum in the country.

Retail strongholds in the valley include the renowned Biltmore Fashion Park, Scottsdale Fashion Square, and the new Kierland Commons. Antique hunters head to historic Old Towne and Catlin Court in Glendale to stroll bricked sidewalks leading to more than 80 antique stores and specialty shops. Galleries and visual art spaces have transformed the Greater Phoenix arts and culture scene, bringing energy, color and identity to the region's cultural mix. Wood sidewalks of Old Town Scottsdale provide glimpses of art and more in storefronts. Main Street brims with original southwestern art and eclectic gifts, as does Mill Avenue in Tempe near Arizona State University. Outdoor activity includes hiking, biking, horseback riding along scenic desert trails, hot air ballooning and more. Numerous ranches provide settings for western-style fun, and five major lakes are within an hour's drive.

Greater Phoenix plays host to nine major league baseball teams each spring as part of the Cactus League. The San Francisco Giants, Texas Rangers, Kansas City Royals, Seattle Mariners, Oakland Athletics, Chicago Cubs, San Diego Padres, Milwaukee Brewers and Anaheim Angels conduct annual training programs in the metro area. Greater Phoenix, including Scottsdale, Tempe and Mesa, offers more than 55,000 rooms some 450 hotels and luxury resorts such as The Boulders Resort, The Waldorf Astoria Collection, The Camelback Inn, a JW Marriott Resort & Spa, Fairmont Scottsdale Princess and the Four Seasons Resort at Troon North.

We have organized our listings of Phoenix's local hotel accommodations into several geographic areas and alphabetically. You can begin browsing for hotels in the Greater Phoenix area by selecting one of the links shown below.

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·Phoenix Airport
Hotels near the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX), located about 3 miles to the east of the city center.
·Phoenix Southwest
Hotels to the south and west of the city center, including Litchfield Park.
·Scottsdale
The community of Scottsdale, located to the northeast of downtown, has a concentration of luxury resort hotels and spas.
·Tempe - Phoenix Southeast
Hotels to the south and east of the city center, in Mesa, Apache Junction, Chandler, Tempe and others.
·Greater Phoenix
Hotels in Greater Phoenix, surrounding the city center area.
·Downtown Phoenix
Hotel options in the Phoenix downtown area and the business district.
·Phoenix North
Hotels to the north of the city center, in places such as Sun City, Glendale and Paradise Valley.

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Area Facts: Phoenix is the capital of the State of Arizona. The city, which was first settled in the 1860's, averages over 300 days of sunshine per year.

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