|Description||Location. The Phoenician is located at the base of Camelback Mountain on 250 meticulously groomed acres in Scottsdale, Ariz. This Sonoran Desert luxury property stands two miles from Old Town Scottsdale. |
Hotel Features. The Phoenician resort's light infused lobby features cascading fountains, elaborate crystal chandeliers, inlaid marble floors and a sampling of the resort's 25 million dollar art collection. Dining options include a seasonally changing French gourmet menu at Mary Elaine's, which is open select evenings during dinner hours. The Terrace offers a menu that includes Kobe top sirloin and pan roasted Atlantic salmon. Windows on the Green prepares southwestern style dinners and displays a carved travertine fireplace, regional paintings and American Indian pottery. Additional dining options include the Thirsty Camel Lounge, the 19th Hole Snack Bar and Patio, and the Lobby Tea Court. The hotel features nine outdoor pools, one lined with mother of pearl tiles. A 27 hole championship golf course with a pro shop and clubhouse is on site. The Tennis Garden features 11 lighted courts, a Wimbledon grass court, an automated practice court, a pro shop and a clubhouse. The Centre for Well Being offers health and beauty treatments including the Kachina Salt Skin Cleanse, the Golf Meditation and Table Thai acupressure. A fitness studio features cardiovascular and weight training equipment. Funicians Kids Club offers themed adventures and organized activities for children ages 5 to 12.
Guestrooms. This property offers 647 guestrooms and 108 casitas with private balconies or terraces that overlook the Valley of the Sun. Décor includes sage and ivory color schemes, crown moldings, richly crafted wooden furniture, Berber carpets, marble tabletops, pewter lamps and signed original artworks. Beds are draped with 500 thread count imported Italian linens. Bathrooms feature inlaid Italian marble, and separate bathtubs and showers.
Expert Tip. This resort arranges personalized tours of regional attractions such as the red rocks of Sedona, the Grand Canyon, Flagstaff and western ghost towns that include the famed mining town of Jerome.