The resort was beautiful with plenty of amenities and the staff was very friendly. The food served at our conference was done very well. My only complaint is the mattress used for the rooms were very uncomfortable. Plus I didn't like the shampoo and conditioner, it smelled bad. Also the price of $199 a night was not a good value for the room, you were paying for being at the location and resort. I would compare the room quality to La Quinta or Clarion.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Where the Old West Meets the New Guests arriving at The Scottsdale Plaza Resort find an oasis of tranquility that evokes a sense of home while capturing the essence of Arizona. Graceful Spanish Mediterranean architecture and décor create a cozy, private estancia-style feel. Warm desert breezes and views of Camelback Mountain in the distance settle the pulse. Nearby Cave Creek offers a glimpse into the life of the old west while James Beard award winning Chefs are crafting new specialties in Scottsdale and Phoenix. A Room for Every Lifestyle The Scottsdale Plaza's five distinctive room, suite and lodge options are arranged in intimate clusters that allow for quiet and privacy. Options ranging from larger-than-standard, deluxe guest rooms to beautifully appointed, residence-style lodges and suites and an extraordinary Presidential Suite, we have the perfect room for family vacations, romantic getaways and corporate groups. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Scottsdale Plaza Hotel Paradise Valley