Central Phoenix hotel, near many wonderful restaurants, quiet at night. The room was very spacious, and the bed exceptionally comfortable. The staff was fabulous, easily equal to those I've met at 5-star hotels. If business brings me to downtown Phoenix again, I would stay here again in a heartbeat.
Traveller from US
Opened in 2012, this Phoenix boutique hotel is part of the CityScape shopping, dining, and nightlife complex. Chase Field and …More
Impressively Clean! Water pressure and temperature was consistent. AC was continuos, no annoying on/off that would keep you up all night. The room has necessary things: Kitchen with fridge, microwave & stove, desk and couch. Free breakfast is ok: muffin, oatmeal packets, protein bar & coffee. Only complain is only shampoo was provided, no conditioner, no lotion. Would definitely stay here again.
Traveller from California
Located in Central Phoenix - Downtown, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Town and Country Shopping Center, Biltmore Fashion …More
I haven't stayed here in two years and the hotel is slipping . Why ? Towels were ruff and smelled bad , food service was below par , the service was just a notch below . Shower was not cleaned well . Sad because two years ago this was this best hotel downtown by a mile .
Traveller from denver
Located in Central Phoenix - Downtown, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Arizona State University - Downtown Phoenix …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.