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Stylish resort blending into a picturesque high-desert landscape backdropped by Pinnacle Peak, near the celebrated Troon North golf courses in Scottsdale. Full review →
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.
This "delightful desert surprise" sits 1,000 feet above downtown Scottsdale in the foothills of Pinnacle Peak. Full review →
A resort in every sense of the word, Four Seasons Scottsdale is tucked in the shadows of Pinnacle Peak. Full review →
This superluxurious resort may not feel as expansive as the Boulders, but in every other aspect it is superior. Full review →
One of upscale Scottsdale's most exclusive resorts, the Four Seasons went over the top with this luxury property. Full review →
Swank steakhouse, three pools and a spa tucked amid sky-high cacti and stacked boulders. Full review →
The Four Seasons is one of the top luxury resorts in Scottsdale. Full review →
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.
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. Full review →Book a private dinner in the wine-tasting room at on-site restaurant Talavera, where the chef will pair a different wine with each dish.
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.
With more sunshine and more wide-open space than Phoenicians know what to do with, Arizona has long been a treasure chest full of sparkling resorts eager to accommodate. The experts can help you find the best. Read more →
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