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The breakfast was delicious and regularly maintained. Staff were friendly and helpful!
Liked the fact there was a little kitchen and separate livingroom
The property was very nice and the pool area was great. The Hallways seemed very outdated and had an odd smell to them.
Great location! Spacious, comfortable rooms. This is our “go to” place when in Scottsdale.
Our room was clean and we love the updated modern look all the rooms have.
Very nice pool area. Close to Old Town shops and restaurants.
It is close to restaurants and bars so walking around is easy.
Enjoyed the happy hour. We like how close we were from the mall.
little store in the office area carried drinks and snacks as well as some essentials.
When you take a Scottsdale trip out of town, it's easy to decide on a modern hotel, or a chain you are familiar with. You may be used to your hotel having all the familiar amenities. But sometimes opting to stay in a more unique hotel can elevate your trip. A stay in a Scottsdale historic hotel still accommodates you with a well-appointed room and one with tons of personality. Moreover, it affords you the opportunity to immerse yourself in Scottsdale's past.
A visit to one of these Scottsdale traditional hotels can give you a feel for a historic period as soon as you pass through the lobby. From classical architecture to locations infused with a colorful past, these surroundings will make you instantly get the sense like you have stepped into a history book. Thankfully, you won't have to live totally in the past. While these accommodations are older, they have many up-to-date comforts to help you relax or keep in touch during your getaway. You will find your room furnished with a comfortable bed and just about everything you might want for a wonderful getaway.
After you've explored your hotel, you can visit the famed landmarks and art galleries to appreciate more of the area's culture. While you are sightseeing, make sure to make a stop at Taliesin West, which is a significant Scottsdale historical landmark. Of course, all this time traveling will stimulate your appetite. Ask your hotels' front desk staff to direct you to where the best places to enjoy a cocktail or a bite to eat in Scottsdale are. You can also read the reviews section and see the recommendations other visitors to Scottsdale think is worth a visit.
Scottsdale has 2253 vintage hotels that have the feel and look of another era. Some of these hotel rooms are where respected world leaders may have stayed. You are sure to find a place that has all the in-room amenities and the characteristics you want. If you wish to stay in one of these Scottsdale vintage hotels, book soon, or you could miss out on one of these unique accommodations.