Pros: great location, interesting history/spirit, nice staff, appropriate room size, clean, comfortable bed.
Cons: urgently needs renovation and upgrades: very slow internet, outdated plumbing, bathroom in general, noise prevention (currently near zero); lack of security box, small fridge, temperature control
Opened in 1928 as the first fully air-conditioned high-rise hotel in the Southwest, this downtown Phoenix hotel once played …More
From the moment the doors were opened for us, we felt welcomed. Our stay at the Palomar was fantastic. The room was large and inviting. The staff helped us with finding stores, rail times and other suggestions. It was extremely hot the days we stayed there but the pool was a great place to spend some time. The location was exactly what we wanted since we were taking in some baseball games (3 blocks) and wanted some entertainment. A few places had live music and there were lots of options for dining. We would definitely make it a priority to stay there again when we travel to Phoenix, hopefully soon.
Traveller from Alberta, Canada
Opened in 2012, this Phoenix boutique hotel is part of the CityScape shopping, dining, and nightlife complex. Chase Field and …More
The room had not been vacuumed. Getting hot water took forever. One employee, a male, was rude and unfriendly. The two female employees were friendly, polite and helpful. I will consider staying again.
Traveller from Parker, AZ
Located in Central Phoenix - Downtown, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Town and Country Shopping Center, Sunnyslope …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.