The Phoenix Area
Whether you’re here on business, headed to the Grand Canyon, or simply taking in all Phoenix has to offer, enjoy friendly service and convenient amenities at our hotel. We’re within walking distance of a wide variety of dining, including popular chains like Chipotle and In-N-Out Burger, as well as a mall. We’re also just a short drive from top area attractions, museums, stadiums and businesses. Our desert-landscaped courtyard and shaded gazebo give you a taste of local beauty without even having to leave the grounds, and our outdoor swimming pool, spa and fitness center give you ways to escape the heat and enjoy your relaxation time. We also offer a free Bright Side Breakfast®, and pets stay free!
Phoenix is the largest inland city in America, a thriving metropolis in the middle of the uniquely striking Sonoran Desert, with warmth and sun year round. Near the Grand Canyon, it offers a variety of outdoor adventures, but also the culture, leisure activities, entertainment and shopping of a big city. Located in the Southwest, its history extends to the mid 19th century and the days of the Old West, when it was (perhaps surprisingly) an agricultural community. Phoenix today offers historic neighborhoods, upscale resorts, trendy bars, sports stadiums and beautiful parks. The city offers a variety of dining, but travelers would be remiss not to get a taste of true Southwestern food while there.
Hotel Services and Amenities
Start each day of your stay with coffee, juice and a free Bright Side Breakfast, choosing among waffles, fresh fruit, hard-boiled eggs, bagels and more. If you’re here on business, make use of our meeting facilities and free local calls. We also offer free parking, free Wi-Fi, and coin-operated guest laundry facilities, with ironing boards in every room. When the summer heat is too much, head over to our outdoor swimming pool and spa, and keep up your exercise regimen at our fitness center. At the end of the day, relax in your room with coffee, a dataport phone and a Samsung flat-panel TV featuring a wide variety of entertainment and the ability to connect electronics.
The Arizona Museum of Natural History (formerly known as the Mesa Southwest Museum) details many aspects of the history of the region, from dinosaurs to Mesoamerica to gold panning to space. Admission is free on the first Sunday of every month. For a look at a different part of history, head over to the Champlin Fighter Museum, which houses WWI and WWII aircraft, jets and automatic weapons. Phoenix is also home to many stadiums, like Hohokam Park, Sun Devil Stadium and University of Phoenix Stadium. Some are home to local teams, while teams from colder climates hold Spring Training here, too. Phoenix is also a major golf destination, with a variety of courses and warm weather year round.