he Phoenician is a visual masterpiece of nature and architecture that rises majestically from the base of Camelback Mountain, surrounded by lush desert terrain indigenous to the Sonoran Desert. The AAA Five Diamond resort destination offers an extensive treasure of immersive guest experiences, wrapped in the calming beauty of the radiant Southwest.
An array of activities reaches beyond expectation to deliver the exceptional, from a leisurely afternoon spent relaxing at the multitiered picturesque pools in a private cabana, to a guided bike ride through Old Town Scottsdale or a tour of the resort's stunning two-acre Cactus Garden.
Whether you choose an elegant guest room, an intimate casita with relaxing patio fire table or a residentially appointed suite, you'll appreciate the warm hues and rich textures drawn from the surrounding sun-soaked Sonoran landscape.
Captivate your senses with an exquisite collection of distinctive amenities. Enjoy a relaxing soak in an oversized bath, lounge on a private balcony with dramatic, panoramic views or stay connected with the latest technology. Providing personal attention to every detail, The Phoenician’s associates will ensure your stay is as memorable as a desert sunset.
The Phoenician is uniquely situated among an array of enchanting and authentic Southwestern experiences, with dining, shopping, tours and activities.
Set amid the enduring beauty of the Sonoran Desert, Scottsdale offers unforgettable outdoor adventures such as hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding and desert eco-tours. Enjoy a stimulating day of river rafting and kayaking or explore the tranquil morning skies in a hot-air balloon.
For further guidance and personalized recommendations, from art and culture to more active pursuits and the best in regional dining, engage the services of our Luxury Collection Concierge, located in the Main Lobby.
The Phoenix Art Museum is the largest art museum in the Southwest. A vibrant destination for more than 60 years, the museum presents exhibitions, live performances, independent art films and educational programs designed to enlighten and entertain.
The Phoenix Zoo is one of the largest nonprofit zoos in the United States. It is home to more than 3,000 animals representing nearly 400 species and features 2.5 miles of walking trails. The zoo offers 75-minute guided tours in “eco-shuttles.” It is divided into four themed, main sections: The Arizona Trail, the Africa Trail, the Tropics Trail and the Discovery Trail, which includes a petting zoo.
The Musical Instrument Museum, or MIM, features a collection of more than 8,000 instruments from more than 200 countries, reflecting the rich diversity and history of world cultures. The MIM’s immersive exhibits foster an appreciation for the craftsmanship and traditions of instrument-makers through interactive media that enables visitors to hear instruments and watch them being played in their original context.
Dedicated to the advancement of American Indian art, the Heard Museum presents the stories of indigenous people from a first-person perspective. Its exhibitions showcase the beauty and vitality of traditional and contemporary works. The Heard Museum sets the standard for collaborating with American Indian artists and tribal communities to present a distinctive perspective about the art of Native people, especially those from the Southwest.
Taliesin West, Frank Lloyd Wright’s beloved winter home and desert laboratory in Arizona, is a UNESCO World Heritage site and National Historic Landmark nestled in the desert foothills of the McDowell Mountains of Scottsdale. Deeply connected to the desert from which it was forged, Taliesin West was built in 1937 and maintained almost entirely by Wright and his apprentices, making it among the most personal of the architect’s creations.
The Desert Botanical Garden, which encompasses 140 acres in Phoenix’s Papago Park, features the world's finest collection of arid-land plants from deserts around the world presented in a unique outdoor setting. The garden showcases more than 50,000 plant displays along five thematic trails that illustrate conservation, desert living, plants, people of the Sonoran Desert and desert wildflowers.
A 1,500-year-old archaeological site left by the Hohokam culture, the park is located next to Sky Harbor International Airport. This National Historic Landmark has been apart of the City of Phoenix since 1929 and is the largest preserved archaeological site within Phoenix.
Scottsdale's Museum of the West celebrates the art, history and culture of the 19 states comprising the American West. The museum features regularly changing exhibitions, entertaining events, gallery tours and engaging activities that bring to life the unique stories of the people, places and events that embody our Western heritage — and play a role in shaping its future.