The JW Starr pass is set back in the beautiful Arizona mountains in a very tranquil setting. The resort interior has a Frank Lloyd Wright influence. The first room we were shown was in a horrible location, at the end of a long hall, overlooking the valet parking lot (even the bellhop admitted it was not great). After calling the front desk we waited a few hours until another room was available(we are Marriott reward members), The second room was much nicer, with a very large bathroom and sitting area. The resort was packed because it was UA family weekend and it was impossible to get a seat by the fire pits in the evenings. Food /beverage service was also backed up , but it was to be expected. The opposing football team was staying at the resort (my 11yr old son loved that!) but it was very crowded in all the public areas. The breakfast buffet was very good and there's also a full service Starbucks for those that prefer something quick. The pool area was very nice and relaxing.
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