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Royal Palms Resort and Spa

Camelback Corridor 97 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Intimate and tranquil, the Royal Palms Resort and Spa is a boutique hideaway with quiet pathways. — Forbes Travel Guide

Today, the atmosphere at Royal Palms continues to be one of serenity thanks to meandering paths that lead to intimate courtyards, lush gardens, and gurgling fountains. — Travel + Leisure

This gorgeous little hideaway has the feel of a Spanish villa and is so romantic and beautiful that... you might imagine that you hear flamenco music. — Frommer's

With its palm-lined entrance, oasis-like courtyards, and proximity to the Sky Harbor Airport, the Royal Palms draws both business and leisure travelers. — Afar Magazine

It's a hushed and elegant place, dotted with Spanish Colonial villas, flower-lined walkways and palms imported from Egypt. — Lonely Planet

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Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale at Troon North

North Scottsdale 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Set in a "gorgeous" area near Pinnacle Peak, this "incredible escape" makes for a "relaxing treat" thanks to accommodations that are "absolutely amazing" and feature flat-screen TVs. — Zagat

A resort in every sense of the word, Four Seasons Scottsdale is tucked in the shadows of Pinnacle Peak. — Fodor's

Magnificent desert resort, with very luxurious rooms and suites arrayed in separate casitas around spacious swimming pools in the cactus-studded mountains to the north of Scottsdale. — Rough Guide

If you’re looking for hustle and bustle, go elsewhere: this Four Seasons outpost is tucked up against some of the remotest desert in town. — Travel + Leisure

Buffered by 40 acres of manicured desert, the resort takes its name from its golf club, Troon North, which has two Weiskopf- and Morrish-designed courses that are as quiet and exclusive as it gets. — Concierge

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JW Marriott Phoenix Desert Ridge Resort & Spa

North Scottsdale 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A sprawling getaway with seven restaurants and an Arnold Palmer golf course in the dramatic Sonoran desert. — Jetsetter

Set on 316 acres of Sonoran desert outside of Phoenix, the 950-room JW Marriot Desert Ridge Resort boasts palm-tree-lined walkways and four acres of pools and waterways. — Travel + Leisure

A private sanctuary where you can tickle your taste buds at 10 restaurants, stimulate your pores at a luxurious spa, perfect your stroke at championship courses, and float in 4 acres of pools. — Fodor's

The largest upscale hotel in Arizona, JW Marriott Phoenix Desert Ridge Resort & Spa sprawls across more than 300 acres in the Sonoran Desert. — Forbes Travel Guide

It's part of Marriott's JW luxury brand, and mostly lives up to expectations, but prices seem a bit high considering decor is a tad generic and signs of age are starting to show. — Oyster

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Hermosa Inn

Phoenix 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The 34 rooms and casitas give off soothing vibes thanks to Spanish Colonial decor that makes perfect use of color and proportion. — Lonely Planet

Well-heeled travelers have heard of the Royal Palms, but this inn—a smaller, equally charming spot—is just under the radar. — Travel + Leisure

This historic boutique hotel, originally built by famous cowboy artist Alonzo 'Lon' Megargee in the 1930s, is a luxurious hideaway with rustic southwest charm. — The Telegraph

Set on six acres in the quiet residential community of Paradise Valley, this luxury boutique property is built around the 1930s adobe home of cowboy artist Lon Megargee. — Zagat

1930s guest ranch, set in desert gardens halfway between Phoenix and Scottsdale in Paradise Valley, that's been converted into a tranquil 35-room boutique hotel. — Rough Guide

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Hotel Valley Ho

Old Town 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Historic midcentury modern hotel with a party-centric pool scene and splurge-worthy spa. — Jetsetter

An institution in Scottsdale since it opened in 1956, the Valley Ho exudes a retro charm that draws the young and the hip. — Oyster

Hotel Valley Ho nails it on many levels: It's within walking distance of Old Town Scottsdale, and it has quality service, decor, and food. — Concierge

Restored to its original splendor, rooms are retro-chic but never twee. Lounge by the pool – just like when it was a desert paradise for top stars of the time – or stroll about in walk-able Scottsdale. — Condé Nast Traveler

Dating back to the 1950s, this "trendy" Downtown/Old Town Scottsdale "landmark" is a "hip and swank" "midcentury gem" featuring a "cordial" staff and "attractive" guestrooms. — Zagat

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The Canyon Suites at The Phoenician

Camelback Corridor 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A "world-class" landmark resort, this Downtown/Old Town Scottsdale "luxury refuge" occupies a "remarkable setting" at the base of Camelback Mountain and features "spectacular" grounds. — Zagat

"I feel like a queen when I stay there." A 250-acre "country club–like resort". — Condé Nast Traveler

In a town where luxurious, expensive resorts are the rule, the Phoenician still stands apart, primarily in the realm of service. — Fodor's

Palatial ultramodern resort on 250 immaculately landscaped acres at the foot of Camelback Mountain. — Andrew Harper

Camelback Mountain sleep with opulent rooms, a bevy of world class resort facilities, and marble as far as the eye can see. — Jetsetter

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Arizona Biltmore, A Waldorf Astoria Resort

Camelback Corridor 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Extraordinarily lavish 750-room resort... still retaining its Art Deco trimmings and extravagant gardens despite subsequent renovations. — Rough Guide

The hotel attracts an older clientele with taste, partly because of its design heritage and partly for its location at the end of a residential road. — Concierge

Unlike many Phoenix resorts, it’s understated and elegant—a sophisticated gray stone carved with Wright’s signature angles. — Travel + Leisure

The resort is a sprawling property studded with tall palm trees, and Camelback Mountain provides a stunning natural backdrop. — Oyster

Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright's colleague Albert Chase McArthur, the Biltmore has been Phoenix's premier resort since it opened in 1929. — Fodor's

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The Scott Resort & Spa

Old Town 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This all-inclusive resort is certainly plush, but it feels less stuffy than some of its highfalutin neighbors. — Lonely Planet

Now under the Kimpton banner, a company known for recycling coat hangers and giving discounts to guests with hybrid cars, the resort sits in a prime location in downtown Scottsdale. — Gayot

This Scottsdale escape provides an elegant, intimate, eco- and family-friendly environment. — Fodor's

An exceptional location... the all-suite hotel is also perfect for families a dramatic Southwestern contemporary styling. — Frommer's

This property offers a lengthy list of amenities: Free 24-hour yoga instruction on TV, a hosted wine of the month every evening from 5 to 6, and pet-friendly perks. — Concierge

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JW Marriott Scottsdale Camelback Inn Resort & Spa

Camelback Corridor 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The guest loyalty quotient is quite impressive at this 120-acre resort that niftily capitalizes on its 1936 pedigree yet keeps you comfortable with the full range of mod cons. — Lonely Planet

Rooms are spacious and elegant, with luxury amenities and private patios. — Fodor's

W Marriott Camelback Inn, which dates back to the 1930s, is located in the upscale Paradise Valley section of Scottsdale. — Oyster

Set at the foot of Mummy Mountain and overlooking Camelback Mountain, this "beautiful" resort, which opened in 1936, is a "cut above" and "defines luxury". — Zagat

Forget the glitz of the Phoenician ; this legendary retreat gives you old-school luxury with 21st-century enhancements. — Frommer's

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Sanctuary Camelback Mountain

Camelback Corridor 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Secluded mountain casitas are painted in desert hues and feature breathtaking views of Paradise Valley. — Fodor's

Perched on the north slope of Camelback Mountain (which looks just like it sounds), the Sanctuary attracts big-name celebs and travelers who favor a chic, modern aesthetic. — Concierge

Draped across the northern slopes of Camelback Mountain, this luxe resort feels like a hideaway of the gods. — Lonely Planet

The resort still has five championship tennis courts, but there are plenty of quieter pursuits too, like sunrise yoga and lime-blossom spa massages. — Travel + Leisure

In Paradise Valley, an upscale enclave about 10 minutes from Scottsdale, the Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain is a study in contrasts: the striking blue of the infinity pool against the... — Jetsetter

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The Westin Kierland Resort & Spa

North Scottsdale 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Fans "rave" about this "beautiful" Scottsdale "desert oasis", where an "attentive" staff looks after "amazing" grounds boasting a "majestic" golf course. — Zagat

The Westin Kierland Resort & Spa is a luxurious desert outpost in Dreamweaver’s Canyon that accommodates leisure, business, events, and golf travelers. — Travel + Leisure

A convenient location and a distinct sense of place make this one of my favorite Phoenix-area resorts. — Frommer's

This impressive Westin is large and diverse enough to offer satisfying luxury stays for families, couples and business travelers. — Gayot

While not quite a romantic escape in the same way as The Boulders or The Sanctuary, the Westin Kierland is, all-around, a great resort with a convenient Scottsdale location. — Oyster

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Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia

Phoenix 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

With the red rocks of Camelback Mountain looming overhead and architecture inspired by Spain's fabled Alhambra, this resort is one of Arizona's prettiest getaways. — Frommer's

At the foot of Camelback Mountain, this "hidden gem" set amid splashing fountains and Spanish antiquities is "perfect for a weekend getaway". — Zagat

This Spanish villa-style property with great views of Camelback Mountain is one of Scottsdale's most luxurious desert retreats. — Oyster

Will appeal to fans of the classic desert resort, where every turn brings another pool... and every employee demonstrates an eagerness to please. — Condé Nast Traveler

This luxury resort brings a touch of the Mediterranean to Paradise Valley with its exquisite dark furnishings and light stone work, its impeccable Joya Spa... and a Spanish-inspired wedding chapel. — Fodor's

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Kimpton Hotel Palomar Phoenix

Downtown Phoenix 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Set in the Cityscape shopping, dining and entertainment hub, this Downtown Kimpton boutique newcomer lures hip and stylish sybarites with its rooftop Lustre bar. — Zagat

If you're looking for easy access to points of interest such as US Airways Center, Chase Field, the Phoenix Convention Center, the Phoenix Symphony and downtown, this Kimpton hotel has you covered. — Gayot

A hip and upscale property... near Talking Stick Resort Arena, restaurants, and shopping -- is hard to beat. — Oyster

The Palomar is ideally located for those doing business in downtown Phoenix or catching a game or concert at the nearby US Airways Center or Chase Field, both within walking distance. — Frommer's

Shaggy pillows, antler-shaped lamps and portraits of blue cows. Yep, whimsy takes a stand at the 242-room Palomar, and we like it. — Lonely Planet

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Hyatt Regency Scottsdale Resort and Spa at Gainey Ranch

Old Town 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

When you stay here, it's easy to imagine that you're relaxing at an ocean-side resort instead of in the desert. — Fodor's

If you’re in town to see the sights, you’ve got a problem: there’s simply no reason to leave this luxe and lush property. — Lonely Planet

"Breathtaking" grounds featuring "jaw-dropping" views, a two-and-a-half-acre water playground with "pretty" pools. — Zagat

From the colonnades of palm trees to the lobby walls that slide away, this luxurious resort is designed to impress and continues to be my favorite Scottsdale resort. — Frommer's

The Hyatt Regency Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Gainey Ranch is one of the area'€™s most impressive resorts. — Gayot

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Fairmont Scottsdale Princess

North Scottsdale 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This pink palace covers more than 450 immaculately landscaped acres and has a series of pools and waterslides that attract an eclectic mix of couples, families, and guys on bachelor weekends. — Concierge

A high-end desert oasis with star chef-helmed restaurants, five swimming pools and two championship golf courses. — Jetsetter

"An awesome place to relax", this "sprawling", "family-friendly" North Scottsdale "vacation getaway" features "beautiful" grounds and "spacious, quiet" accommodations. — Zagat

Set against the backdrop of the McDowell Mountains, this sprawling resort still has what it takes to wow guests twenty years after its opening in 1987. — Gayot

Located a stone’s throw from the 18-hole Stadium Course, which hosts Phoenix’s only PGA tournament, this Fairmont hotel is popular with golf enthusiasts as well as families and couples. — Travel + Leisure

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Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak Resort

North Central Phoenix 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This resort has a comfortable Spanish Mediterranean demeanor, surround by lush, landscaped grounds with a dramatic desert mountain backdrop. — Gayot

With plenty of pools, water slides, a tubing 'river' and a kids' camp... this all-suite resort is the most family-friendly spot in town. — Lonely Planet

Located in Phoenix Mountain Park, Pointe Hilton Resort Squaw Peak is an all-suite mountainside resort with a Spanish-Mediterranean-design. — Travel + Leisure

The upper-middle-range Pointe Hilton at Squaw Peak Resort is a Phoenix landmark set on 27 rolling acres abutting a 300-acre mountain preserve. — Oyster

The highlight of this family-oriented Hilton is the 9-acre recreation area Hole-in-the-Wall River Ranch. — Fodor's

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Boulders Resort & Spa, Curio Collection by Hilton

Cave Creek and Carefree 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

As luxurious as any resort in the Scottsdale area, it's also where guests are most likely to feel they are truly in the desert. — Afar Magazine

Book a villa at this 1,300-acre resort that includes 36 holes of championship golf, superb tennis, and six restaurants. — Travel + Leisure

Imaginative resort and spa blending into dramatic outcrops in Sonoran Desert foothills, 30 minutes north of downtown Scottsdale. — Andrew Harper

The adobe buildings blend unobtrusively into the desert, and the two golf courses epitomize the desert golf course experience. — Frommer's

Arguably the most scenic resort in the Southwest, the Boulders is built to impress. — Oyster

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Arizona Grand Resort & Spa

Tempe & Mesa 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This beautiful all-suites resort next to South Mountain Park is home to Oasis, one of the largest water parks in the country, and one of the Valley's more challenging golf courses. — Fodor's

You’ll find all the amenities of most resorts, but it’s the seven-acre Oasis Water Park that really draws guests in. — Travel + Leisure

This is one of the most stunning spa resorts I have ever seen in my life. From the lush greenery to the amazing water park with cascading waterfalls. You can spend your time by the pool... — Afar Magazine

An ideal summer stay for families with kids. — Frommer's

Hiking, riding, golf, tennis, and a water park make this an idyllic family destination. — Gayot

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W Scottsdale

Old Town 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The W Scottsdale is a chic four-pearl hotel known for its weekend poolside parties. — Oyster

Shot of youthful enthusiasm near Scottsdale’s Old Town, with a sushi scene and pool. — Jetsetter

If you're looking to hang your hat somewhere modern, hip, and downright fabulous, look no further. — Fodor's

The W Scottsdale is like Jersey Shore goes West: Heavy tans, bodily enhancements, and hair products abound at the rooftop pool by day and at the sexy Sushi Roku by night. — Concierge

The exhilarating art, sophisticated shopping, destination golf and pulsating nightlife join together in bringing the creative personality of the W Scottsdale, which opened in 2008. — Gayot

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The Camby, Autograph Collection

Camelback Corridor 76 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A stucco-and-glass high-rise with formal, European-style interiors, the Ritz-Carlton Phoenix is located in the heart of Camelback Corridor. — Travel + Leisure

The Phoenix outpost of the famed luxury brand features rooms and suites (some with desert views) outfitted with featherbeds. — Zagat

Known for impeccable service, this graceful luxury hotel doesn't disappoint the interior decorator lurking inside you. — Fodor's

Regarded as one of the top business hotels in the country, The Ritz-Carlton is located just across the street from the Biltmore Fashion Park on the upscale Camelback Corridor. — Gayot

The Ritz-Carlton, Phoenix is smack in the middle of the Camelback Corridor, the exclusive shopping, dining and financial district of Phoenix. — Forbes Travel Guide

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