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The Phoenician

6000 E Camelback Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85251

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The Phoenician, Scottsdale, Arizona
$ 405
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The Phoenician - Hotel Reviews from across the web

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The Phoenician is an exquisite place to host any type of corporate function from a small meeting to a large conference to an audiovisual presentation. Staff will help plan every detail of your corporate gathering, even recreational activities to keep their minds off of work.The hotel has more than 4...

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Cradled at the foot of Camelback Mountain, the Phoenician rises like an oasis in the Sonoran Desert with waterfalls, pools, and fountains everywhere. From the grand marble lobby with high ceilings and crystal chandeliers, to rooms with private balconies, wool Berber carpets, and oversize bathrooms, ...

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In a town where luxurious, expensive resorts are the rule, the Phoenician still stands apart, primarily in the realm of service. The gilded, marbled lobby with towering fountains is the backdrop for the $8 million collection of authentic Dutch masterworks. Large rooms, in both the main building and ...

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The sprawling Phoenician is one of those quintessentially American resorts, in the optimistic, glitzy, bigger-is-better kind of way. And it is big: The resort has three nine-hole golf courses, nine swimming pools and 250 manicured acres. Yet while it's easy to feel like a cog in a wheel, the service...

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Situated on 250 acres at the foot of Camelback Mountain, this palatial resort is one of the finest resorts in the world. If you must stay at the very best, this is it. Polished marble and sparkling crystal abound in the lobby, but the valley view through a long wall of glass is what commands most gu...

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The Phoenician resort features luxurious accommodations, world-class service and a posh spa and wellness facility. All of the resort's facilities are kept in immaculate shape and perfect functioning order by a super-qualified staff. Several different types of accommodations are available with 474 gu...

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Guests marvel at the array of pleasures that make this prestigious landmark a one-of-a-kind destination resort. A place with blue skies, warm sunny days and the rich colors and textures of the great American Southwest. A place singularly designed for comfort and enjoyment, brightened by a spirit of ...

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Brightened by the rich colors and textures of the great American Southwest, The Phoenician offers accommodations of uncommon beauty and style as well as the most enticing array of amenities, recreation and pleasures. Indulge in the pure joy of golf on the manicured greens and lush fairways of our 27...

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masterful blend of art, architecture,and desert golf, The Phoenicianrises at the base of fabled CamelbackMountain in Scottsdale, Arizona.The resort boasts a veritablegolf trifecta: three 9 hole coursesplayable in three 18 hole combinations,each of them namedfor the prevailing landscape(Canyon, Deser...

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An array of pleasures make The Phoenician a one of a kind destination resort. Blue skies, warm sunny days, and rich colors and textures of the great American Southwest create a dramatic setting. A spirit of easy elegance brightens an ambience of comfort and enjoyment. At every turn, The Phoenician m...

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Phoenix is home to more than a few top class luxury resorts; but even against such competition, the Phoenician stands out, by virtue of sheer opulence. This sprawling complex at the foot of the picturesque Camelback Mountain occupies some two hundred and fifty acres of lush gardens, complete with ni...

No title - user review
Everyone at The Phoenician was very pleasant and attentive. The service was outstanding. Our room was a good size and had beautiful views of the golf course and the mountains. The atmosphere of the resort was fun and relaxing. The pools were great and the food at the poolside cafe was exceptional. T...

One of the worst resorts I´ve ever been to... - user review
Spa is dark and old. The hallways are so tiny and cramped in the spa that if there are more than two people it's a traffic jam. EVERYTHING in the resort is over priced. But for a really fun time, try and change your room. It's the thing nightmares are made of. For $300 $400 a night I thought I would...

Heaven on Earth - user review
I visited the Phoenician Spa about a year ago. What an experience! First of all, the entire resort is beautiful set right next to Camelback Mountain in Scottsdale (suburb of Phoenix). The grounds are impeccable and so is e...

Oasis in the desert, but with room service, too! - user review
Our trip to The Phoenician started out as a ride from the Phoenix Airport to the Camelback Inn. Halfway to our hotel, I said to my husband, Let's try The Phoenician! He was game, so we called them up, booked a room and cha...

luxery - user review
Everything about the hotel was so luxerious...from the marble top furniture to the egyptian cotton sheets. This is not only a great place to stay for young couples, but for families with children. THe only thing that really dampaned by mood was the dead cockroach I found in the bathroom corner. Othe...

Nice hotel extremely overpriced - user review
Very nice grounds and fabulous swimming pools. The staff was very attentive and service oriented. Very friendly housekeeping staff. However, the extreme, obnoxious overpricing of minor goods and services dampened the enjoyment of our stay. For example, internet access is a ridiculous $20 a day, two ...

BEST in the SOUTHWEST - user review
Have stayed here twice in the last four years. Nicest hotel best location in Scottsdale. Contrary to one of the Fodies comments about the Four Seasons being better, it isnt even close, The Phoenician blows it away! AND while I am at it let me comment about some of the ratings I have read in this for...

The Phoenician: true luxury - user review
One of the best resorts in the United States!! 5 star everything. It was the most expensive hotel stay of my life (and I got a cheaper post 9/11 rate) but worth it. rooms all have private balconies with a view of adjacent Camelback Mountain, thick carpets, italian marble bathrooms the works. The res...

The Phoenician: Near Old town Scottsdale Night Clubs - user review
The Phoenician is tops for visting, shopping, night life in Old Town Scottsdale, many new restaurants have emerged about its location. The night clubs are endless about 1 mile away, shopping at th...

The place to stay in Phoenix - user review
Have committed myself to Starwood properties and the SPG program, so when a business trip had me out in Phoenix a couple years ago I gave The Phoenician a shot as I'd heard great things ...

Not worth the money! - user review
I have to agree with other reviewers, the spa is a total disappointment. The grounds are very well kept and nice.After check in I was driven around in a golf cart at 30-something degr...

Not consistent quality service - user review
I was at the Phoenician for a work function. It has great landscapingand the campus is very nice. But I found that the level of service was not consistent. It seemed to really be exqu...

After more than 30 stays at the Phoenician....Feeling Ripped OFF - user review
I've stayed at the Phoenician about twice a year for the last fifteen years. I have stayed at the best hotels around the world and the Phoenician used to be one of them. It no lon...

Over the top luxury - user review
Over the top luxury, almost embarassing. Room (casita across from golf club) was large and well appointed. Bath was huge with 2 sinks on opposite ends, tub, large shower stall and clos...

Nice but not Fabulous - user review
The hotel was plush but not worth the $600 a night the desk clerk quoted. The biggest issue is that I expected a true spa. The hotel bills itself as a wellness center - world class ...

Incredible - user review
The moment we arrived our rental car was taken to valet parking, and our bags were taken for us immediately. Then we entered our room which had very comfortable beds, a gorgeous balcon...

The Phoenician is Phabulous! - user review
We attended a company sponsored event at The Phoencian in early March. The property is beautiful and well maintained. The staff is attentive and genuinely friendly. Hotel room amenities (li...

Hate to sound niggling... - user review
We stayed one night as a getaway after visiting relatives in Phoenix. We booked using Starwood points, so the stay was free (including taxes, a wonderful deal). We are Starwood Gold so as...

Phoenician--delightful - user review
Went for business ...so, my husband and I had no alternative, really.The conference was held on the grounds day and night. I had read reviews about the resort before going and I was ce...

Great place to relax, and have fun! - user review
The Phoenician is a very classy resort! It's a great place to just relax. Very kid friendly, with nine pools, a waterslide, and a kid's club. Also great for couples! ...

I'M GOING BACK - user review

The Phoenician Scottsdale, AZ
We ate a few times at "The Terrace" which you had a choice of indoor or outdoor dining. great food and excellent service.. The only thing I didn't enjoy was the many families with a lot of kids who dined there..very noisy at times..but then my husband and I are child free by choice so ...

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