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Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak Resort
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Reviewed April 6, 2005

Stayed here from 3/30-4/4/05. We rented a two bedroom casita as we were traveling with my parents and our two girls. The casita was large enough for all of us. Nice size living area, small kitchen, nothing other than refridgerator and microwave. The bedrooms were fine. The bathrooms needed better lighting.

I guess I just feel when you are paying $700.00 a night it should be nice, not just alright. It was very dated looking, dark and worn-out looking.

The large pool and lazy river were nice, but very crowded. You had to stake out chairs very early in the morning. We normally just went over to go on the lazy river then came back to the small pool by our casita to swim and lay out.

We had a nice time, but probably would not stay here again unless it is renovated.

  • Stayed: April 2005
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5  Thank deblikestotravel
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Reviewed March 31, 2005

We stayed over Spring Break for 4 nights, March 17 - 21. There were 5 of us (kids 7, 5, and 2), in a 2BR/2.5BA Casita.

Pros: Tons of room in the Casita, the lower level living area is huge, with a kitchenette too, covered parking, and a large deck upstairs. We had a 2 BR for 5 of us but a 1BR would have worked fine because of the two Queen beds and a pull-out sofa and 1/2 bath downstairs. Nice big pool area. The kids loved the lazy river and water slide. Excellent fitness center with plenty of free weights, machines, and cardio. Great kids concierge area with plenty of free games to check out.

Cons: We had breakfast everyday in the restaurants, mainly because I had vouchers. Terrible service. Yes it was crowded but they are still severely understaffed. Also breakfast was expensive ($12-$15 for a so-so buffett that didn't include coffee or juice). The last 2 days we just went with the buffett anyway because the wait to order and get your food was so long. The rooms, though large and fine for us, are definitely dated. The hotel needs a remodel fairly soon. Though it was obviously a busy time of year, the pool area got very crowded with few chairs to be after 10:00.

Overall, a nice place to stay in a pretty good location, especially if you love to swim and have the little ones with you.

  • Stayed: March 2005
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2  Thank KashmirLZ
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Reviewed March 27, 2005

Just returned from 7 nts at Squaw Peak Resort March 19-26th. Two families went with 5 kids ages 2, 5, 6, 7 and felt the resort was better than expected for families. We stayed at the South Pointe Suites and found them fairly comfortable for a family of 5. Splurge for a Casita if rates are decent and money is not an issue. The Coyote Club for kids is 5-Stars. Their Staff is first class all the way. Our kids begged us to go again and again - it was well worth the money. We only wish it was included in the price of our stay. We all enjoyed the hole-in-the wall restaurant at night with the fire pit, the creamery, Aunt Chiladas, the pools. and mini-golf course. The main pool was a bit crowded, then again, it was spring break. Spent a few mornings at the sister resort, Tapatito Cliffs which was a nice change of pace. Staff was warm and friendly at both. Took a guided hike, enjoyed the spa, and many other attractions AZ has to offer such as the Botanical Gardens, Rawhide, Spring Training Baseball games, and more. We all had a great time and highly recommend this resort. Yes, there are nicer resorts in the area, but this one is perfect for families with small children and affordably priced.

  • Stayed: April 2005
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7  Thank COTRNA
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Reviewed March 22, 2005

We just spent 6 days and 5 nights at the Squaw Peak Resort. Our family had a great time. The staff was good and we enjoyed the lazy river, slide and pool areas. The tennis courts were also nice. The minature golf course was okay for those wanting to have a little fun. Our family would recommend this resort for other families.

  • Stayed: March 2005
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Reviewed March 18, 2005

We went to the Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak last March. We arrived in the pouring rain. It was flooded everywhere but we didn't mind cause there was no snow!
Our check in went very smoothly. We were offered bellhop service but chose to find our room ourselves. We had requested that we be away from the 24 hour pools (less noisy) and on the top floor if possible. Both our requests were met. Our room was clean, spacious and even had a microwave! Our view was of the parking lot but was partially screened by a huge palm tree growing right outside our window. We were at the very end of the row of rooms closest to the side entrance into the complex.-good because there weren't people walking back and forth in front of our room... bad because the view wasn't great from either window! (Also the garbage truck came in the side entrance and you might be disturbed by the noise)

We bought the BounceBack package which gave us food vouchers for breakfast every day at either of the two restaraunts on the property. A very good deal (We loved both of them) .Lantana had great Mexican shredded beef! Hole in the Wall was more fun being right outside by the pool. Suggestion to those who have read this far... get there early 'cause it fills up fast. We never ate the buffet because there were so many other tasty things on the menu. As for lunch, we broke the bank and ordered poolside, heh you only live once! The quesadillas were quite good!
Dinner we went off property. Aunt Chilladas across the street was very good. Large servings of Mexican and reasonably priced. It is a hike from the far side of the property, so have the bellman drive you over in his cart! We went way out of town to a place that had sawdust on the floor and neckties hanging from the ceiling (this place was in one of our guide books, maybe Frommers) and it was a waste of money. Sorry I can't recall the name!
The pool... lots of fun, even for my 12 and 13 year old boys. They enjoyed floating very slowly (it was very crowded and bottle necks occurred lots) down the lazy river and they also had fun in the larger pool as well. Another hint for those who are still reading... the lounge chairs can be very hard to get especially under an umbrella. Make sure to get up early and get down to the pool so that you can get a chair. I mean stand in line at the pool entrance before it opens , lots of others will be there already, I promise you!!! (Warning -Don't try to save a chair by sneaking in early thru the tennis courts - there are empoyees who watch for this tactic and will take your stuff away or send you back out on your way!!! First hand experience!)
We had fun playing tennis; choosing early morning or evening court times to avoid the heat. Be sure to book reservations because they too fill up!
Have fun. You won't be disappointed in this family resort destination!
This is a very good property for families, Try it , you'll see!

7  Thank happycamper1
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