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Camelback Corridor
17 reviews
The Sonora Desert stretches out in every direction from the Royal Palms Resort and Spa, but the property itself bears a closer resemblance to a Mediterranean mirage. — Jetsetter
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Camelback Corridor
13 reviews
Known as “the Jewel of the Desert,” the 740-room Arizona Biltmore is one of the state’s first and largest resorts. — Jetsetter
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Troon North
14 reviews
Stylish resort blending into a picturesque high-desert landscape backdropped by Pinnacle Peak, near the celebrated Troon North golf courses in Scottsdale. — Hideaway Report
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Camelback Corridor
13 reviews
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Desert Ridge
10 reviews
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
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Camelback Corridor
10 reviews
"I feel like a queen when I stay there." A 250-acre "country club–like resort". — Condé Nast Traveler
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Old Town
13 reviews
In 2004, Westroc Hotels & Resorts saved this old motor inn from the wrecking ball, and today the vibe is Rat Pack for the 21st century. — Travel + Leisure
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Camelback Corridor
10 reviews
A luxury boutique hotel, The Camby combines style with a healthy dose of whimsy. — The Telegraph
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Old Town
11 reviews
This boutique hotel pleases style-savvy travelers with lush grounds in Old Town Scottsdale. — Gayot
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Downtown Phoenix
10 reviews
242-room Kimpton with an outdoor pool, wine happy hour and prime location in the heart of downtown Phoenix. — Jetsetter
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Old Town
10 reviews
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
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Paradise Valley
9 reviews
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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Cave Creek and Carefree
10 reviews
Rustic-elegant casitas with wood-burning fireplaces beckon, as do the award-wining golf courses. — Condé Nast Traveler
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North Scottsdale
12 reviews
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
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North Central Phoenix
8 reviews
Set on 27 acres at a busy in-town intersection 6 miles north of the city center, this is one of the largest self-contained resorts in the state. — Star Service
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11 reviews
Romantic Old World hideaway with a celebrated spa and views of Camelback Mountain. — Jetsetter
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Tempe & Mesa
9 reviews
Hiking, riding, golf, tennis, and a water park make this an idyllic family destination. — Gayot
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10 reviews
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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Old Town
10 reviews
That means the W will give you what you want, when you want, such as a sunrise over Camelback Mountain, a personalized treatment in the Bliss spa, or a private dinner on your balcony. — Travel + Leisure
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6 reviews
On the ceiling of the resort's east-facing lobby, there are 10 Native American murals—an example of the cultural touches designed to reflect the local Pima and Maricopa heritages. — Travel + Leisure
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