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Hot, dry, and quiet may be the descriptions most often used when discussing Phoenix, but that’s just because the desert city only shows its unusual side to the truly curious.
Where can you find the best pizza in the United States? The most incredible views? A castle built for a princess? That’s right, Phoenix, Arizona. Kick that desert dirt to the side and see what shines underneath. Grab a Hotwire Hot Rate as soon as you can. When you book last-minute hotel deals in Phoenix, you’re opening yourself up to a world of possibilities.
Not So Flat: Phoenix has a reputation of being flat desert country, but that’s only until you look to the jagged mountains to the east. Camelback Mountain, named after its two-hump formation, is a favorite hiking destination for locals. Bring lots of water and start your journey in the morning, and you’ll see something that will blow you away. The 2,704-foot summit overlooks the entire reddish valley in every direction.
For Pizza Lovers: Wanna guess where the best pizza in America is located? Nope, not New York. Phoenix! Pizzeria Bianco is one of the most famous joints in the country. Chef Chris Bianco won the coveted James Beard Award in 2003 and is still pushing the boundaries of flavor. When you stay at a hotel near downtown Phoenix, you can return to the restaurant night after night.
Spa Day: Considering it’s such a dry city (it’s the dry heat!), you might not automatically think of it as a spa mecca. But one trip to New Serenity Spa will change your mind. From scalp massages to sugar scrubs to warm lavender towels for drying off, this place is lux to the max. Snap up a last-minute hotel deal in Scottdale so you can go a few days in a row.
Castle for a Princess: In 1927, Boyce Gulley started collecting scrap pieces of brick, rock, and steel to build an 18-room castle for his daughter who loved sandcastles. When he died, Mary Lou (now an adult) was amazed to discover her father’s creation. She not only lived there until her death, but opened it as a tourist attraction for families. Visit this enchanting fortress and discover all the charming nooks and crannies for yourself.
Phoenix is so much more than dust and cacti. Whether you’re looking for nightlife with hotels near Scottsdale or need to impress colleagues with hotels near the Convention Center Phoenix, you’re in for a good time. Snap up a good deal, and you can enjoy 4-star hotels at 2-star prices with our Hotwire Hot Rates.