Was disappointed as the price on Expedia was 71.00 per night. When I got there they said it was s75.00 plus tax a night. Was upset about this. It was a nice hotel. The only thing was when I first got to my room the bathroom floor had alot of black long hair on the floor and some in the tub. The maid did not sweep the floor or wash down the floor mat.
Traveller from phoenix, az
Situated in the suburbs, this hotel is 0.4 mi (0.6 km) from Centennial Friendship Park and within 9 mi (15 km) of Peoria …More
This is about our fourth time at the Wigwam. Each visit has been just one or two nights and we always want to come back. The ambience is unique, a cool mixture of Arizona southwest history and modern golf country club. You feel like you can drive up in your Tessla or ride in on your horse. This visit we checked in around 5:30 pm and were assisted right away. We had made reservations online and it was quick and easy. Next, we headed for the bar for a beer and burger because they have an awesome bacon cheese burger! We weren't disappointed. Our room was in a different section of this widespread complex than we had stayed in before and we loved it. Roomy and clean, newly updated bathrooms, but still the Wigwam decor that is comfy and inviting. Of course we can't stay here in the summer without a night dip in the Oasis pool. Perfect end to our day and we will be back!
Traveller from Orange County, Ca
Built in 1918, this luxury resort is surrounded by gardens and citrus trees, 2 blocks from Litchfield Park, 5 miles from …More
I arrived late at night after a 15 hour drive and was met with the most kind, helpful, and professional front desk man named Larry. He was very courteous and funny too, really made my stay nice. The gentleman who worked the morning shift was just as helpful ...I would definitely stay here again. Hotel room was nice and clean as well.
Traveller from Sonoma County, California
Located in Camelback East, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Celebrity Theater, Desert Botanical Garden, and Phoenix …More
This suburb claims one of Arizona’s aquatic treasures: Lake Pleasant. Located in Peoria’s northern fringes, Lake Pleasant is the state’s second biggest lake. Fishing, boating, water and Jet Skiing are popular activities here. The Peoria Sports Complex is a venue for Major League Baseball spring training. Next door, the Arrowhead Towne Center is considered the area’s Restaurant Row.