"Historic hotel next to Phoenix Convention Center"
The hotel staff were really helpful. As with many historic hotels, rooms were small. My room had a narrow bathroom, which had a small standup shower. The rooms were comfortable and quiet. I slept very well there. The Internet connection is very slow (100 kbps, or about 2x dialup rates, as measured from Web browser). Although the hotel does not have a restaurant or room service, there are many great options within a short walking distance (3 blocks). Also, the hotel is 3 blocks from the Phoenix Convention Center.
Opened in 1928 as the first fully air-conditioned high-rise hotel in the Southwest, this downtown Phoenix hotel once played …More
Great amenities, convenient central location and comfortable room with city views are reasons I chose and enjoyed staying at the Kimpton Palomar. Staff is professional, friendly and accommodating, setting me up with a printer when I needed it and mailing my postcard. Room service and food also excellent!
Traveller from Europe
Opened in 2012, this Phoenix boutique hotel is part of the CityScape shopping, dining, and nightlife complex. Chase Field and …More
I was pleasantly surprised with this property.
We had two rooms for a night while passing through Phoenix- I didn't know what to expect after reading some reviews but our rooms were perfect.
Clean & updated--there was absolutely NO smoke smells as others had posted about.
Staff (Yvonne) was outstanding and helped us with all our questions and requests.
I would recommend this property.
Traveller from Palos Verdes, CA
Situated in Phoenix, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Town and Country Shopping Center, Biltmore Fashion Park, and Arizona …More
Pocket Guide: Phoenix Central Phoenix - Downtown Hotels
Red-rock mountains offset the downtown skyline. Many of the city’s events take place in Copper Square, including the Phoenix Convention Center, the US Airways Center, and Chase Field. Nearby, lawmakers convene at the Arizona State Capitol. Other area cultural institutions include the Phoenix Art Museum, the Heard Museum, the Phoenix Zoo, and the Arizona Science Center.