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7 luxury hotels you can afford for your Phoenix staycation

The idea of a summer staycation in Phoenix seems silly at first. If you're on vacation why not escape the Valley and its triple-digit temperatures? However, we can make one compelling argument for a...
Fort McDowell and Wekopa Resort

Fort McDowell Casino & We-Ko-Pa Resort

Located near Fountain Hills off of AZ-87 on the east side of the Valley, Fort McDowell Casino offers a huge gambling area that includes more than 900 slot machines and offers regular poker and blackjack...
Wild Horse Pass Hotel & Casino

Wild Horse Pass Hotel & Casino

Out the outskirts of Phoenix Metro, Wild Horse Pass Hotel & Casino offers a one-stop gambling and entertainment destination for visitors and locals alike. The casino offers 750 interactive slots, 19 blackjack tables, 17 poker tables...

Arizona Biltmore

Perhaps one of the best-known hotels in the Phoenix metro area, the Arizona Biltmore bears the title "jewel of the desert” even after more than 85 years. Over those years, it saw plenty of remodeling and...

The Wigwam

Part of the West Valley’s rich heritage, the Wigwam was originally built by the Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company to house the company’s sales executives. It officially opened on Thanksgiving Day in 1929 with...
Royal Palms Resort

Royal Palms Resort and Spa

According to hotel reps, “Royal Palms offers guests the rare opportunity to enjoy rich amenities of a resort all within the walls of a storied estate.” Built in 1929 as a home for New York...
Hotel Valley Ho

Hotel Valley Ho

Described as “one of the country’s best examples of preserved mid-century architecture,” Hotel Valley Ho was built in 1956 from a “futuristic” design conjured up by Edward L. Varney, a student of renowned architect...
Crown Plaza San Marcos

Crowne Plaza San Marcos Golf Resort

With more than a century of history behind it, the Crowne Plaza San Marcos Golf Resort boasts the status of first-ever golf resort in Arizona. Built in 1912 by Dr. AJ Chandler (yes, the...
The Hermosa Inn

The Hermosa Inn

Described as a “boutique hideaway,” The Hermosa Inn in Paradise Valley originally started far beyond the Phoenix city limits in 1936. Founded by cowboy artist Alonzo “Lon” Megargee, the Inn's fun history mirrors the eclectic...
Psycho Building Downtown Phoenix

Historic ‘Psycho’ movie building transformed into Hilton hotel

From its cameo in “Psycho” to the ill-fated Hotel Monroe, the historic downtown building that once housed Valley National Bank has transformed yet again. Now inhabiting the high-rise featured in the opening scenes of Alfred...

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