Scottsdale, AZ

Central-city located hotels and resorts in Scottsdale

Alistair Dominguez

SCOTTSDALE, AZ - The following Scottsdale hotels and resorts are centrally located and provide easy access to the city's best restaurants, museums, shops, galleries, and performing arts venues.

1. Embassy Suites by Hilton Scottsdale Resort

5001 N Scottsdale Rd | 480-949-1414

Located less than a mile from Old Town Scottsdale, the resort is in a perfect location if you want easy access to the Arts District, Entertainment District, the waterfront, and Fashion Square. The place is also close to Scottsdale Stadium, which only takes five minutes to reach, and 12 miles away from downtown Phoenix. A restaurant, two heated outdoor pools, and a fitness center are facilities available at the resort. Every day, they provide a free hot breakfast buffet and a complimentary evening reception.

2. Scottsdale Plaza Resort

7200 N. Scottsdale Rd | 800-658-1513 

Camelback Mountain, the Salt River Fields at Talking Stick, and Old Town Scottsdale are all within walking distance of the resort. The Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport is also nearby thanks to its incredibly handy location. There's something for everyone at the resort, with five heated swimming pools, hot tubs, a 24-hour fitness center with studio lessons, a full-service salon and day spa with infrared saunas, and two lit tennis courts.

3. DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Hotel Paradise Valley

5401 N Scottsdale Rd | 480-947-5400

The tropical-themed hotel is about a mile from Old Town Scottsdale and Fashion Square, five miles from the Paradise Valley Country Club and Camelback Mountain, and in only 20 minutes, you can experience the OdySea Aquarium, Phoenix Convention Center, and the zoo. A free local shuttle, as well as a pool and sauna, are among the services provided by the hotel.

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