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Hospitality Suite Resort
from $2700 per person
Phoenix-Scottsdale
Hospitality Suite Resort


Hotel Amenities:
The Hospitality Suite Resort offers an outdoor pool, two tennis courts, a sports bar, and a coin-operated laundry.

Numerous complimentary amenities include cooked-to-order breakfast and happy hour cocktails, airport shuttle service, daily newspapers, and high-speed Internet access at a computer kiosk in the lobby.

Location:
The Hospitality Suite Resort is centrally positioned two miles from downtown Scottsdale, Ariz., and within a three-mile radius of Arizona State University, Scottsdale Center for the Arts and Scottsdale Stadium. Travelers arriving via Phoenix Sky Harbor International have just a six-mile drive to the hotel.

Rooms:
e hotel has 210 suites, all with Southwestern decor with light oak furniture. Junior suites have kitchenettes, and one-bedroom suites offer fully equipped kitchens. All rooms have pay-per-view movies, video-game consoles, and complimentary wireless Internet access.

Dining:
Guests of the hotel enjoy a complimentary cooked-to-order breakfast each morning and a complimentary cocktail reception every evening.

JJ's Sports Cantina - A casual café serving lunch and dinner from a menu featuring sandwiches, burgers, and appetizers. Typical sports bar diversions include pool table and TVs.

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Prices range from $2700-$5400
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Tapatio Cliffs Resort
from $3500 per person
Phoenix-Scottsdale
Tapatio Cliffs Resort


Hotel Amenities:
Eight pools with spa tubs, 23 poolside cabanas, and an open-air restaurant enliven the 3.5-acre Falls Water Village, but the big draw for kids is a 138-foot-long enclosed waterslide.

Summer "dive-in" movies, an 18-hole desert-style golf course, two lighted tennis courts, and a day spa provide something for everyone. The Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs arranges rental of mountain bikes, an ideal way to explore the adjacent Phoenix Mountain Preserve.

Location:
Nestled on 400 scenic acres at the base of the majestic North Mountains, adjacent to the Phoenix Mountain Nature Preserve in Phoenix, Ariz., the Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs Resort offers an exceptional three-and-a half acre water facility set against the Sonoran landscape with downtown Phoenix only 10 miles away. Guests can traverse the hiking trails on the property, while more adventurous hikers can blaze the paths of the Piestewa Peak Summit Trails five miles away.

Rooms:
This Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs offers 585 suites spread over the mountainside in either the main building or a cliffside setting. Buildings have two, four, or six floors. Guestrooms are bright, with light-colored walls, earth-tone color schemes, whitewashed wood furniture, and gilt-framed art. All suites have either terraces or step-out balconies. Both bedrooms and living rooms have their own TVs and phones.

All rooms include the Hilton Serenity Bed: pillowtop mattress, down duvet, and hypo-allergenic feather/down pillows.

Dining:
Different Pointe of View - Dinner is served Tuesday through Saturday at this romantic restaurant. Guests dine on a patio with its view 1,800 feet above Phoenix, or indoors in a warm, Spanish-style interior with wood-beamed ceiling, large fireplace, and carved-wood moldings. French Mediterranean-inspired cuisine includes Chilean sea bass, herb-roasted breast of chicken, foie gras, and a classic Caesar salad, tossed and served tableside.

Pointe in Tyme Grille - Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are served daily in this casual restaurant featuring mahogany and marble trim accented by desert colors of blue and sage. Breakfast favorites are served buffet-style, with à la carte service also available. Lunch includes steak and salads. Grilled portobello mushrooms, clam chowder, martini ahi tuna, and herb-rubbed prime rib of beef are on the dinner menu.

La Cantina - Mexican favorites such as fajitas, enchiladas, and taco salads are served for lunch and dinner every day in this festive café.

Cascades Cafe - Lunch and beverages are served every day by the tumbling waters of the Falls Water Village. Light outdoor dining includes burgers, chicken sandwiches, salads, nachos, and wings.

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Prices range from $3500-$7000
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Squaw Peak Resort
from $3500 per person
Phoenix-Scottsdale
Squaw Peak Resort


Hotel Amenities:
Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak Resort offers a wealth of amenities, from a day spa and fitness center to a replica of an old Western town used for group events. The Tocasierra Spa and Salon offers a full range of body and beauty services, including body wraps, facials, and manicures. The adjoining Tocasierra Fitness Center offers amenities including a lap pool, exercise equipment, aerobics, and Pilates classes. The small Western "town" includes storefronts, wooden sidewalks, and picnic tables.

Children, ages 4–12, can join Coyote Camp, which introduces them to Arizona's colorful Western folklore, culture, and geography. Other activities include swimming, art projects, and cooking. All activities are centered around a daily theme such as "Desert Friends" and "Arizona Day." This program is open to children of all registered guests, but capacity is limited; reservations are required. Guests can make reservations by calling the contact number on the confirmation received after booking via this Web site.

The resort's River Ranch is a 9-acre water park featuring a large, winding slide and a half-mile-long river for tubing. Also available are an 18-hole miniature putting course, as well as four tennis courts, surfaced with a grippy, Plexipave topcoat and available for day or night use.

The business center provides computers with high-speed Internet access, packaging and shipping services, faxing, and copying (surcharges).

The hotel's sister resort, Pointe Hilton Tapatio, is 2.5 miles away. Guests at Squaw Peak enjoy access to all of Tapatio's recreational facilities, including an 18-hole championship golf course. A complimentary shuttle travels between the two resorts on a regular schedule.

Location:
The Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak Resort is located just seven miles from downtown Phoenix, Ariz., and 10 miles from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. This classic Spanish Mediterranean-style resort is located against the Squaw Peak Mountain Preserve in a one-of-a-kind desert setting. The Water Park/Squaw Peak Mountain Preserve is located one mile away. Sports fans can travel nine miles to enjoy an Arizona Diamondbacks game at Chase Field.

Rooms:
This Hilton offers 563 suites in two four-story buildings with exterior corridors. These spacious guestrooms are light and bright with warm, earth-tone color schemes, whitewashed wood furniture, and gilt-framed art. Both the bedroom and sitting areas in the suites have their own TVs and phones. Crabtree & Evelyn La Source bath amenities are included in all guestrooms.

All rooms include the Hilton Serenity Bed: pilllowtop mattress, down duvet, and hypoallergenic feather/down pillows.

Dining:
Lantana Grille - Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are served daily in this warm, Southwestern lodge-style room with a timber ceiling, soft lighting, and a glowing fireplace. An exhibition kitchen reveals a wood-burning oven and rotisserie where favorite American dishes such as garlic-rubbed rotisserie chicken, charbroiled tenderloin of beef, and Southwestern Cobb salad are prepared.

Hole in the Wall - Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are served daily in a restored 1940s ranch house or outside on two patios. A rustic, cowboy-style interior fits the menu's cowboy cuisine. Breakfast favorites include chorizo (Mexican sausage) with eggs, and trout with eggs. Lunch specialties include sandwiches and salads, while the dinner menu offers mesquite-broiled steaks, catfish, and corn on the cob. A sunken bar overlooks the water park where a nightly bonfire can be viewed.

Slim Pickin's - Featuring poolside dining every afternoon at the River Ranch water park, this restaurant serves hot dogs, hamburgers, sandwiches, and nachos. Its bar offers cocktails, wine, and beer.

La Cabana - Serving the same light fare and drinks offered by Slim Pickin's, La Cabana is open every afternoon by the main swimming pool.

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Prices range from $3500-$7000
For an "Up to the Minute" price quote please contact your Travel Professional or call 1(888) 439-2929.
 
The Renaissance Scottsdale Resort
from $3700 per person
Phoenix-Scottsdale
The Renaissance Scottsdale Resort


Hotel Amenities:
Bordered at the back by desert and offering views of Camelback Mountain, the tranquil resort meanders over 25 acres and features hammocks, fountains, lawns, pampas grass, and mature pine, palm, and other trees.

Bordered by lounges and umbrellas, a heated, 120-foot-long freeform pool includes a rectangular volleyball section. Terraced above the pool is a horseshoe-shaped, 20-person spa tub. In another section, a 30-foot-long heated oval pool paired with a six-person spa tub offers secluded swimming and relaxing.

From October through May, tapas, Spanish wines and cheeses, and main courses such as lamb and steak are served in the resort's courtyard.

A business center includes a computer with high-speed Internet access (surcharge). Guests enjoy complimentary access to a fitness center located in an adjacent companion hotel, Residence Inn By Marriott Scottsdale.

Location:
The Renaissance Scottsdale Resort is situated on 25 acres of lush landscaped beauty in the midst of Scottsdale's favorite attractions such as the Phoenix Zoo, The Grand Caynon, Desert Botanical Gardens and Old Town Scottsdale.

Rooms:
The resort offers 171 guestrooms and suites in one-story, dune-colored casitas bordering lawns or crushed-rock areas. All rooms and suites include patios with two-chair dining sets, and suites feature private garden-courtyards with four-person spa tubs. Open-beam ceilings, stucco walls, pottery, caramel-colored furniture, and desert-floral-patterned bedspreads/upholstery create a Southwestern ambience.

Amenities include high-speed Internet connections (surcharge); televisions with Internet access via wireless keyboards and video-game consoles.

Dining:
Moriah's - Fine-dining restaurant with fresh flowers offering breakfast, lunch, dinner daily. Dining room with arches, yellow walls. Courtyard seating at umbrella tables. Mediterranean cuisine with Southwestern accents.

Courtyard Tapas - Casual dinner service in courtyard outside Moriah's from October to May. Menu offering Spanish wines, 40 tapas (including desserts), Spanish and California cheeses, main courses such as lamb, ahi, Cornish hen, steak.

Tumbleweeds Pool Bar - Open late morning to early evening for burgers, sandwiches, salads, smoothies, tropical drinks.

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Prices range from $3700-$7400
For an "Up to the Minute" price quote please contact your Travel Professional or call 1(888) 439-2929.
Arizona Biltmore Resort
from $4000 per person
Phoenix-Scottsdale
Arizona Biltmore Resort


Hotel Amenities:
Known throughout the world as the "Jewel of the Desert," the Arizona Biltmore Resort & Spa provides a restful oasis of 39 acres covered with lush gardens, glistening swimming pools, and Frank Lloyd Wright-influenced architecture. Set in the heart of Phoenix, the Arizona Biltmore has been a favorite of celebrities and U.S. presidents throughout its colorful history.

Cocktails at the terrace bar and croquet on the lawn combine pleasantly with a warm, casual environment—the atmosphere Frank Lloyd Wright likely had in mind when he consulted on the resort's design in 1929. The complex of low, angular buildings—with 39 acres of manicured gardens—results in unexpected nooks and crannies revealing deep-cushioned chairs, turquoise-tiled pools, and colorful pocket gardens. The Arizona Biltmore Resort feels like the living room of a wealthy, coddled friend.

The expansive lobby holds deep chairs and conversation tables, and a pair of chattering cockatiels welcome guests. Celebrity photos grace one hallway, though there are no pictures of Marilyn Monroe at her favorite Catalina Pool.

In the 1930s, invitation-only guests played lawn chess and golf. Today's guests benefit from modern pampering and enjoy amenities such as these: relaxing with a Cactus Flower Wrap at the renowned spa, renting a draped and misted cabana at Paradise Pool, or playing tennis on one of five lighted courts. Guests dine in a garden terrace where orange blossoms scent the air. Traditional afternoon tea is provided daily in the lobby Tea Court.

The Biltmore has a sports pool for water volleyball and basketball and the Paradise Pool, consisting of three pools and a 92-foot water slide. The main garden of the resort is surrounded by shops, most notably the Lilly Pulitzer store, where shoppers find the pink-and-green-flowered frocks favored by Jackie Kennedy. The Arizona Biltmore Spa offers 80 treatments, as well as steam rooms and saunas. Arts and crafts for kids are available at the Kids Korral, and in summer—when families take advantage of low rates—there are themed activities and booths at the main pool.

Location:
This resort is set on 39 acres of manicured gardens and tiled pools, a half-mile from Wrigley Mansion and less than 4 miles from Camelback Mountain.

Rooms:
The Arizona Biltmore has 738 spacious guestrooms decorated with wood and leather Mission-style furnishings and sand, beige, and ivory-colored fabrics. Some rooms have balconies or patios opening onto the manicured gardens, golf course, or pools; some have views of Squaw Peak or the city. Bathrooms have double vanities and marble baths. Bathrobes and the Biltmore's distinctive spa lotions and soaps are provided. Villa suites also provide fully equipped kitchens. Complimentary high-speed Internet access is available.

Dining:
Wright’s at The Biltmore - Featuring a culinary concept named American Lodge Cuisine reflecting the organic architectural style of Frank Lloyd Wright – elegant, with simplistic presentations focusing on ingredients from American boutique farms, dairies and game. Distinctive architecture combined with floor-to-ceiling windows and pewter chandeliers. Featuring a private wine cellar with an extensive wine list, as well as a private dining room. Open nightly for dinner and on Sundays for Brunch.

The Wright Bar - This bar is located at the entrance to Wright’s and features a variety of beverage specialties, wine flights, signature specialty drinks, and a light appetizer menu. An upbeat, contemporary atmosphere mirrors the restaurant carrying the Frank Lloyd Wright design and colors throughout the bar. An expanded patio, Squaw Peak Terrace, features oversized fire pits and picturesque mountain views. Open daily with nightly entertainment.

Biltmore Grill & Patio - A menu reflecting the Biltmore’s location and the prevalent culinary influences in the region features traditional American favorites and Southwestern-inspired fare. Diners may opt to be seated indoors in the casual and comfortable atmosphere, or on the popular market-umbrella-shaded patio with a roaring open-pit fireplace in the evenings. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner daily.

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Prices range from $4000-$6000
For an "Up to the Minute" price quote please contact your Travel Professional or call 1(888) 439-2929.
Fairmont Scottsdale Princess
from $4000 per person
Phoenix-Scottsdale
Fairmont Scottsdale Princess


Hotel Amenities:
The Fairmont Scottsdale Princess occupies 450 acres and offers five swimming pools, a tri-level spa, a water park with two giant slides, seven tennis courts, fine and casual dining options, and two championship golf courses, one of which hosts the P.G.A. FBR Open.

Extensive lawn activities for children include bocce ball, badminton, volleyball, basketball, croquet, and miniature golf. Even a small lagoon is stocked for kids to fish (surcharges apply for equipment rental). Teenagers have their own hangout, complete with a private music room, 42-inch plasma TV, Xbox stations, and a cyber café.

Wireless Internet access is available in meeting spaces, complimentary high-speed Internet access is provided at three computer kiosks in the lobby, and a staffed business center is on site.

Location:
The Fairmont Scottsdale Princess in Scottsdale, Ariz., is surrounded by sun-washed stone and vibrant green cottonwood trees. Set against the backdrop of Arizona's McDowell Mountains, this hotel is located amidst the Sonoran Desert. Area attractions include Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home, Taliesin West, and the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art.

Rooms:
The Fairmont Scottsdale Princess offers guestrooms and casitas, all decorated in Southwestern style with rustic accents and regional art. All rooms have balconies or patios, marble tables, wet bars, and walk-in closets with benches.

Reminiscent of Spanish Colonial estates, casitas, located in two-story buildings at the west side of the resort, offer elevated bed frames and premium bedding, sofa beds with mohair throws, gas fireplaces, extended desks, and French-press coffee/tea makers.

Amenities in all rooms at this Scottsdale Fairmont include wet bars, mini-fridges, three phones (including one cordless), and high-speed Internet access (surcharge).

Bathrooms have separate showers and soaking tubs, telephones, makeup/shaving mirrors, dual-sinks, and bathrobes.

Dining:
Marquesa - The resort’s signature restaurant. Quietly elegant room with high-backed leather chairs, crystal chandeliers, wood-burning fireplace, and large oil portraits. Dining terrace with outdoor fireplace and views of the McDowell Mountains. Specializing in Mediterranean-inspired cuisine. Dress code. Dinner, Wednesday–Saturday, Sunday brunch. Closed during summer months.

LV Bistro - Southwestern-style restaurant with Saltillo-tile floors, high, wood ceilings, and outdoor patio. Casual dining. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner served.

La Hacienda - Murals of Mexican scenes, hand-carved Spanish-colonial furnishings, wrought-iron accessories, fireplace. Gourmet Mexican fare, flaming coffee drinks, fine tequilas. Strolling mariachis. Dinner, Thursday–Tuesday.

The Grill - Clubhouse restaurant and bar overlooking the 18th hole of the TPC golf course. Dry-aged steaks, seafood. Large assortment of microbrewed beers. California wines, fine cigars, martinis. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner served.

Cazadores Bar - Casual setting just off the lobby, with booth seating and a patio. Wood-carved games, including a 5-foot-tall chess set, available for play. Continental breakfast, tapas, cocktails, cigar selections. Open from early-morning to late-evening.

Cabana Café - Poolside café. Sandwiches, burgers, salads, cocktails, frozen drinks, soft drinks. Open from mid-morning to late-afternoon.

Sonoran Splash Bar & Grill - Adjacent to the splash pool. Kid-friendly menu. Open from late-morning to early-afternoon (weather permitting).

Willow Springs Spa - Bento box lunches featuring assorted items such as five bean salad, pan roasted shrimp, poached lobster, sun-dried fruit tabbouleh, and roasted garlic flan. Available at several locations in the spa.

Room service - Available 24 hours.

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Prices range from $4000-$8000
For an "Up to the Minute" price quote please contact your Travel Professional or call 1(888) 439-2929.
 





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