The manager of this hotel is very friendly and kind and my stay felt very personal. My room and the property were beautiful and unique from other hotels I've stayed at. Keys are updated to tap and go technology. The bathroom is a work of art, should be in design magazines! I liked all the little touches like the sparkly paper for all hotel documents, coordinated design scheme, and very comfortable bedding that kept me cozy but cool in Phoenix summer. In-room temperature control was excellent.
The downsides were that there was no fridge which would have helped in 110+ degree weather to cool drinks, the location is very out of place for how nice the hotel is, and the area is right on a busy road so I heard cars and trucks zoom by all night. I was able to sleep but it did make me jump a little each time. Earplugs were provided in the bathroom for this reason.
Located in Camelback East, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Celebrity Theater, Desert Botanical Garden, and Phoenix …More
Stayed overnight after a long flight from Canada to Phoenix. It was a short easy drive from the airport and easy to get back on the highway for my drive to Yuma. The Hotel was quiet and I enjoyed an excellent breakfast in their restaurant before moving on with my trip. I would definitely stay there again.
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Adjacent to Tempe's Mill Avenue entertainment district, this hotel is amidst shops, restaurants, and nightspots, 1 block from …More
The first locomotive chugged through Phoenix on July 4, 1887; this single event cemented the city’s enduring reign as Arizona’s economic hub. This rich history is on display at the Arizona Railway Museum in Chandler. A different type of economy—casino gambling—is prominent today at nearby Native American tribal lands. The Firebird International Raceway features drag racing and drag-boat racing.