5 RESORTS IN SCOTTSDALE YOU MUST PLAN TO VISIT
Enjoying a staycation is a beloved tradition here in the Valley. The options for a beautiful weekend out are plentiful. While you can find beauty anywhere in the Valley, no one does luxury better than Scottsdale.
OMNI SCOTTSDALE RESORT & SPA
The Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia is one such luxury resort. Here old-world luxury meets modern amenities.
The Montelucia was inspired by the beautiful villages and alluring hills of Andalusia in Spain. You can see it’s influence throughout the resort, especially in the secluded Presidential Suite. But our personal favorite is the lobby, where the floor has been tiled with magnificent handcrafted, hand-painted tiles from the early 19th century.
Originally set in the floor of a tavern in the town of Guadix, these tiles bring with them their own history.
The Andaz Scottsdale Resort and Spa was recently selected as one of the best new hotels in the world by Conde Nast Traveler.
We agree it is “a new kind of resort that celebrates all things local with a mix of sophistication and a convivial spirit.” The Andaz throws many typical hotel archetypes to the curb. For instance, instead of a lobby, the Andaz has a guest house. Although you can retrieve your room key there, it was created as space for guests to relax and enjoy time with friends.
The suites at Andaz feature living rooms that are both stylish and creative. Classic architecture is offset by modern furniture. The ceilings are wood planks while the floor is laid with a beautiful black marbled tile.
The Canyon Suites at the Phoenician Resort has cemented its reputation with Hollywood’s finest. Many actors book their stay in the Presidential Suite at the Phoenician.
One walk through the grounds and you will understand why. The Canyon Suites are tucked up against Camelback Mountain and has luxurious pools, patios, and rooms. The most striking accent to the beautifully decorated resort is the floor to ceiling view of the luscious landscape.
The Four Seasons Resort Troon North is set in the Foothills of Pinnacle Peak.
This resort hosts two separate golf courses, a spa, tennis courts, and has 24-hour access to the pool. There are several dining options at the resort including the Proof American Canteen. A western theme is incorporated throughout the dining area, including a railroad track running through the middle of the room. But the feature that truly sells this room is the flooring.
Old ranch wood serves as the finished floor. The scuff marks, dents and other imperfections make an impeccable finish for this dining area.
The Fairmont Scottsdale Princess is famous for hosting the Phoenix Open, which takes place on the resort’s two golf courses. But there is more to do than just golf at the Princess.
The resort has six pools, a spa, and several dining options. The best part of the resort is the Presidential Suite. This 3,000 square foot suite contains a master bedroom, parlor, and a wet bar. But the mark of true elegance is the dark hardwood flooring. The floor looks stunning against modern furnishing and highlights the luxury that one expects from a resort.
So what are you waiting for? Book a stay today. If you live here in Phoenix, even a single night staycation is sure to be just what the doctor ordered. If you would like to view more on this topic, here’s a full list of the best resorts in Scottsdale for your viewing pleasure. Enjoy!
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