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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 →

This boutique resort is so luxurious and tastefully designed that it makes you feel as if you've been dropped into the middle of an Architectural Digest photo shoot. — Gayot

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

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

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

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Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale at Troon North

North Scottsdale 90 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

The Four Seasons is one of the top luxury resorts in Scottsdale. — Oyster

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

Stylish resort blending into a picturesque high-desert landscape backdropped by Pinnacle Peak, near the celebrated Troon North golf courses in Scottsdale. — Andrew Harper

In a secluded compound of low-rise pueblo-style buildings, this is one of the state's top picks for well-heeled guests, whether here for golf, meetings or relaxation. — Star Service

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JW Marriott Phoenix Desert Ridge Resort & Spa

North Scottsdale 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

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

Located 25 miles north of downtown and a 30-minute drive from Sky Harbor Airport, this is Phoenix's quintessential deluxe convention resort, and the largest resort in the state — Star Service

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Arizona Biltmore, A Waldorf Astoria Resort

Camelback Corridor 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Arizona Biltmore, A Waldorf Astoria Resort isn’t called the Jewel of the Desert on a whim — Forbes Travel Guide

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

It's the historical character and timeless elegance that really set this place apart. — Frommer's

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

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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The Canyon Suites at The Phoenician

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

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

Located within the lavish and extensive Phoenician Hotel complex, Canyon Suites is a stellar little boutique-style operation — Star Service

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

Situated on 250 acres at the foot of Camelback Mountain, this palatial getaway is one of the world's finest resorts. — Frommer's

Gorgeous 250-acre resort, spread out at the base of Camel back Mountain at the northern end of scottsdale and offering every conceivable luxury, with golf course, waterfalls and lush gardens. — Rough Guide

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Hotel Valley Ho

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

This Scottsdale hot-spot hotel was recently restored to its former '50s fabulousness, and the rooms don't disappoint with retro furnishings and styling. — Fodor's

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

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

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

For those who didn't get the memo, this is Scottsdale's go-to girl for fun and fashion, a fabulous midcentury landmark with a disproportionate slice of social cachet. — Star Service

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from $152

The Scott Resort & Spa

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

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

Whimsical desert oasis with nightly lobby wine hours, a spa and Italian fare just steps from Scottsdale shopping. — Jetsetter

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

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

This boutique hotel pleases style-savvy travelers with lush grounds in Old Town Scottsdale. — Gayot

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from $103

Hermosa Inn

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

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

The Hermosa Inn, first opened in 1936, has the kind of history that a cowboy keeps under his hat. — Afar Magazine

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

Renovated and restored as a luxury boutique resort, it recalls with comfort and convenience the authentic southwestern Arizona atmosphere from that earlier era. — Gayot

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The Westin Kierland Resort & Spa

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

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

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

The spacious rooms all have balconies or patios with views of the mountains or the resort's water park and tubing river. — Fodor's

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

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

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Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia

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

The guest rooms and suites display a fresh look with elegant color palettes in shades of sand, sun and sky; spacious bathrooms; and private balconies and patios. — Gayot

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

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

With its graceful plazas and arcaded walkways, this 35-acre retreat located at the foot of Camelback Mountain so resembles an Andalusian pueblo blanco that you’ll forget you’re in Arizona. — Travel + Leisure

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Sanctuary Camelback Mountain

Camelback Corridor 84 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

Sophisticated boutique resort set on the tranquil northern slope of Camelback Mountain, midway between Phoenix and Scottsdale. — Andrew Harper

This boutique resort wows guests with its designer look and beautiful Camelback Mountain setting. — Gayot

This visually breathtaking place was the Valley's first hip resort, and I still like the contemporary rooms here better than those at other hip hotels around town. — Frommer's

Considered one of the top resorts in the Southwest for nearly a decade, the serene yet sceney Sanctuary continues to impress its high-profile guests. — Oyster

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from $269

Hyatt Regency Scottsdale Resort and Spa at Gainey Ranch

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

This 27-acre desert oasis overlooking the McDowell Mountains is a water world — Travel + Leisure

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

An intimate and secluded resort at the foot of Camelback Mountain. — Michelin Guide

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

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

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Fairmont Scottsdale Princess

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

With its royal palms, tiled fountains, and waterfalls, the Fairmont offers an exotic atmosphere that will delight anyone in search of a getaway that doesn't entail learning Spanish or spending euros. — Frommer's

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

This relaxed resort features Spanish Colonial architecture, with a tiled roof, arches, pink stucco, and fountains. — DK Eyewitness

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

As far as royal titles go, Princess will do, but consider this the Queen of the Desert. — Condé Nast Traveler

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Boulders Resort & Spa, Curio Collection by Hilton

Cave Creek and Carefree 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Located just off Scottsdale Road, this deluxe standout is one of the more unique hotels in and around Phoenix, and finding a brand fit has been something of a chore — Star Service

The 1,300-acre Boulders golf and spa resort, gets its name from a massive prehistoric rock formation where nature lovers can spot quail, jackrabbits, lizards, and javelina. — Travel + Leisure

Rustic-elegant casitas with wood-burning fireplaces beckon, as do the award-wining golf courses. — Condé Nast Traveler

Tensions evaporate the moment you arrive at this desert oasis that blends nearly imperceptibly into a landscape of natural rock formations. — Lonely Planet

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

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Kimpton Hotel Palomar Phoenix

Downtown Phoenix 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

This sun-splashed urbanite will pique the interest of travelers on both sides of the fence—business and leisure. — Star Service

The location is near shopping, dining, entertainment, sports venues, and the convention center, making it a no-brainer for all types of travelers. — Fodor's

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

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

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from $135

The Camby, Autograph Collection

Camelback Corridor 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

Facing Biltmore Fashion Park, this traditional establishment is one of Phoenix's best business hotels, though honestly, the Hyatt Regency isn't far behind — Star Service

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

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

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

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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 →

Over the years, generations of returning guests have treasured its commitment to excellence; today it enjoys a new life---with the same great service and style---as part of the JW Marriott Group. — Gayot

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

Western themes are judiciously presented, from the hacienda style, the chimineas sending out gentle scent, and the casita accommodations, worth the upgrade to signature view. — Condé Nast Traveler

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

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

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from $209

Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak Resort

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

At the foot of the Phoenix Mountains, this lushly landscaped resort makes a big splash with its 4-acre Hole-in-the-Wall River Ranch aquatic playground. — Frommer's

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

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

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

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

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from $104

W Scottsdale

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

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

A "friendly", "courteous" staff oversees this "trendy and hip" Downtown/Old Town Scottsdale hotel featuring "sleek" decor and a "gorgeous" location. — Zagat

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

In downtown Scottsdale, a half-mile from Scottsdale Fashion Center, a 20-minute drive east from downtown Phoenix, this trendsetter debuted in 2008 and has never looked back — Star Service

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

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Arizona Grand Resort & Spa

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

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 family-friendly resort offers golf, tennis, horseback riding, and a spa. Its piece de resistance, exclusive to guests, is The Oasis - a waterpark with a slide, a wave pool, and the Zuni River. — DK Eyewitness

This is one of the most stunning spa resorts I have ever seen in my life — Afar Magazine

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

Next to Phoenix South Mountain Park, half a mile from the area's premier shopping mall and 4 miles southeast from the university, this mega-resort continues to improve — Star Service

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from $164
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