Not as good as the ratings here.
Posted Mar 14, 2017
My wife and I stayed here the weekend of March 10-13.
Although neither of us required it, we were assigned what is supposed to be a wheelchair-accessible room-- roll-in shower, shower bench, grab bars on the toilet and shower.
My wife's impression of the room was that it was "ugly," although I wouldn't go that far. It was clean and adequate, with minimal amenities. One of the dresser drawers was missing a handle. The bathroom sink had little or no room for toiletries.
Although it is designated an "accessible" room, the desk was misplaced near the foot of the bed, making it difficult, if not impossible, for a wheelchair-user to pass by. The two electrical chords were exposed and stretched to the outlets near the windows in the corner, where the desk and chair were obviously meant to be.
There is a small sink in the bathroom, leaving little or no room for toiletries-- I had to place mine on the toilet tank.
There is an adequate breakfast,a small pool and hot tub.
Don't beleave the hype that the property is "near" Old Town Scottsdale-- it's a fifteen or twenty minute drive away. You will need a car-- although Uber is readily available-- unless you spend your time by the pool.
Comment from Hotel Management
Mar 16, 2017 by General Manager, Hotel Management
Thank you for taking the time to let us know about your experience. On behalf of our entire staff at Country Inn & Suites we apologize for the concerns you shared about your experience at our hotel. Thank you very much for spending the time to respond with your comments and helping us to improve our business.