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Where to stay in Scottsdale?
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If you'd rather stay closer to the airport for an early flight, Extended Stay America - Phoenix - Airport is only 25 minutes on foot away from Phoenix Sky Harbor International airport and offers free self-parking, a tennis court and a golf course.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
To see the city center of Scottsdale, book a hotel within easy walking distance of this area, such as the 3-star Aloft Scottsdale situated a 10-minute stroll away. Alternatively, choose Hyatt Place Scottsdale Old Town, as it is only 1550 feet from the center and offers its guests free self-parking, a tennis court and a solarium. Situated in Old Town Scottsdale district, Howard Johnson By Wyndham Scottsdale Old Town is also close to golf courses, a zoo and a stadium.
If you would like to learn about Scottsdale's attractions, choose Theodore near American Fine Art Editions. Choose a hotel next to Old Town Cruisers Bike Shop, such as Embassy Suites By Hilton Scottsdale Resort and Travelodge Scottsdale Az that has a variety of facilities, including a tennis court, an outdoor swimming pool and a casino.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Scottsdale
For ultimate luxury, opt for a stay at The Saguaro Scottsdale, a 4-star hotel set near a valley, parks and a botanical garden. Near Vista del Camino Park, you will find some of the best hotels in Scottsdale, including 3 Palms, a boutique hotel accompanied by free self-parking, an outdoor swimming pool and a golf course. Scottsdale has a number of reputable international chains, these include Extended Stay America - Phoenix - Scottsdale and Extended Stay America - Phoenix - Scottsdale - North.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
There are 349 B&B options in Scottsdale, including Scottsdale Terrace Condo and Sleek North Scottsdale Apartments By Wanderjaunt. If you're planning on visiting Scottsdale with your family, look at Best Western Plus Sundial or Scottsdale Suites On Shea in North Scottsdale district, near OdySea Aquarium. The Scottsdale Resort At Mccormick Ranch is a resort hotel situated next to Old Town Scottsdale and has views of the Salt River and Sky Harbour.
City Guide: Discover the best of Scottsdale
Scottsdale is the most desirable place to live in America.
In 1993 it was given a ''livable city'' award by the Council of Mayors for its temperate climate and striking outdoors that have made it a real mecca for tourists passionate for sun, trendy boutiques and glamorous parties.
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When it comes to entertainments, Scottsdale is the best in the Valley of the Sun, otherwise known as metro Phoenix. This is an excellent location for wow-worthy parties, luxurious restaurants serving upscale dishes and world-class bars, not to mention city's shopping malls packed with everything from clothes to souvenirs and handcrafts.
Locals regard their city being too young to fuel someone's interest, but tourists find it mature enough to lure them. Scottsdale was a home to indigenous peoples who relied on agriculture still observable on the banks of the Salt River. Changes occurred, when Winfield Scott, a United States Army Chaplain bought 640 acres of what is now Scottsdale in 1888. He led to the foundation of irrigation that revitalized hundreds of acres of land with intensive agriculture under citrus crops. At that time there were 2000 residents, but this number has increasingly shifted upwards to 202,705 people today.
As many foreigners were attracted to the area, the city features cosmopolitan spirit with 0.61 percent American, 1.96 percent Asian, 0.08 percent Pacific Islander and 90 percent white joined by other ethnic minorities - 2.27 percent.
They all are used to especially hot summers in Scottsdale, thus if you need to go there in this season get ready to face desert. You may compare it for yourself as Scottsdale gets 7 inches of rain a year, while nearby Michigan gets 34 inches. This lack of rain has shaped the natural beauty of the region making it friendlier to cacti. This is going to be the first to notice in Scottsdale, for example 59 feet tall cactus waving to you, as if it was a hand.
But this is not the only to see in Scottsdale, as it outnumbers any other US city by galleries and has variety of outings to entertain with. Attractions include;
- Forest EcoCentre has small cafe and gift shop to buy some good presents for friends
- North East Park, a location for picnic lunch and strolls
- Bridestowe Estate Lavender Farm, especially popular in December and January when the lavender is in bloom
You can have more than a visit to any of these attractions by booking a stay nearby in any hotel found at Booked.net.