Scottsdale, The Southwest, United States of America
At a Glance
Eclectic and contemporary designed guestrooms
Three outdoor swimming pools, perfect for families
Complimentary glass of wine upon check-in
Unique art displays in each guestroom
Complimentary driver service within a five mile radius of the hotel
Best time to Visit
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Spring is the best time to visit Phoenix. Summer may be vacation season, but temperatures reach or exceed 40°C degree with high humidity. In Spring, especially late March and April, daytime temperatures tend to be in a comfortable 20-30°C range. Everything's in bloom and the weather is at its best. Autumn is also a good time to visit. Late September through mid-November often has pleasant days and cool nights.
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Combing mid-century modern design and the Sonoran desert landscape, Andaz Scottsdale offers a chic retreat for families and couples alike. Unwind and recharge by the pool, at the spa or head into Old Town Scottsdale for a spot of shopping.
Nestled in Paradise Valley, the lively Andaz Scottsdale Resort and Spa has an enviable location just moments from the picturesque old town as well as the desert wilderness of the Valley of the Sun. Experience endless desert adventures, head to the shops to escape the heat or simply relax by the one of three swimming pools.
Andaz Scottsdale is an art-inspired desert getaway, featuring well-appointed private bungalows and facilities to match. The bungalows feature private outdoor patios with sun loungers from which to enjoy balmy summer evenings and the bathrooms are large and luxurious. The two restaurants on-site offer southwest inspired cuisine by the pool or in the comfort of a restaurant. The kitchen at The Weft and Warp restaurant is surrounded by glass, so you can watch the creative chefs work their magic. The spa is a delightful little place to retreat to after a day of adventure and the local golf courses surrounding the resort are renowned for their perfectly manicured fairways.
Scottsdale itself is an excellent town from which to head out and explore the iconic desert southwest landscape. Take a romantic hot-air balloon ride, spend your mornings hiking to viewpoints for incredible panoramas of red rock scenery or even rent a mountain bike and hurl down the hills for a thrilling experience.
The are 201 private bungalows, each with their own patio and sweeping views of Camelback Mountain. The mid-century modern design gives way to minimalist room designs with pops of colour in the soft furnishings.
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The Poolside Cabana King rooms feature a king bed, two private patios and direct access to a private cabana by the pool
The spacious suites feature one king bed and an authentic modern design with a large private patio and outdoor shower
Guests can opt for a King or Queen-Queen Retreat Room. This secluded area of the resort has just 23 bungalows surrounding a private pool
The Andaz Scottsdale Resort and Spa has a wealth of facilities for all ages to enjoy. There is one main restaurant, 'The Weft and Warp Art Bar + Kitchen' offering international cuisine in a fairly casual atmosphere, and the Turquoise Pool Bar where guests can enjoy light dishes including salads and wraps a lively setting.
There are three swimming pools which each have luxurious poolside cabanas, perfect for couples to enjoy with a cocktail.
The Palo Verde and Apothecary Spa offers indulgent treatments featuring desert botanicals to create exceptional facials and massages. There is also a fitness centre and a dedicated golf concierge for those who want to tee-off amongst the red rocks.
The Andaz Scottsdale Resort and Spa is well-located to enjoy all that Scottsdale has to offer. Explore red rock scenery on a jeep tour, head into town for a shopping spree or visit the numerous restaurants and bars that line the streets. Explore world class museums including the Museum of the West, go rafting or tubing on the Salt River or simply hang out and enjoy the sunshine in one of the poolside cabanas.
Greg Salmon (Staff)
There's an awful lot to like about this eclectic modern-design hotel including the complimentary wine at check-in and the local art work featured throughout the property. The resort benefits from three pools all with the picturesque Camelback mountain as a backdrop. The main pool is lively with music playing throughout the day so if you're looking for a peaceful and quiet stay it may be worth looking for alternate options which are plentiful in Scottsdale. The menu in the on-site restaurant Weft and Warp is small and constantly changing, offering fresh and tasty food cooked in the open glass kitchen and served around outdoor tables complete with fire-pits. Children also benefit from art classes and guests are free to enjoy the house Tesla within a five-mile radius of the resort.
Guided Hiking in the Sonoran Desert
Explore the Sonoran Desert on foot with a private guide for an unforgettable excursion amongst a unique wild west landscape. Get up close and personal with the flora and fauna and discover the geology and history of this fascinating area.
Guided Kayaking along the Lower Salt River
Guided kayaking tours along the Lower Salt River allow for perfect wildlife viewing and relaxing on the water under the Arizona sunshine. The river provides a welcome oasis from the heat and vastness of the desert, attracting a great variety of animals.
Location & directions
Scottsdale, The Southwest, United States of America
Situated in central Scottsdale, the Andaz is five minute drive from Fashion Square and the Scottsdale waterfront.