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W to host Spring Training Charity Poker Classic


The fifth annual Spring Training Poker Classic returns to W Scottsdale on Saturday, March 14. The grand prize winner will receive a $10,000 seat to the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas. Registration is at 6 p.m. with the tournament starting at 7 p.m. on the WET Deck. Guests must be 21 years or… Read More →

Hilton Phoenix Airport completes renovations


Recently completing an extensive $8-million renovation that transformed guestrooms, restaurants and public areas, the Hilton Phoenix Airport is soaring to new heights, offering guests a world-class Hilton experience and an unparalleled location for convenience and comfort. Blending modern sophisticated styling with color palettes and textures evocative of the Arizona natural environment, the revitalized Hilton Phoenix… Read More →

Old Town Whiskey at Saguaro reopens for limited run


Back by popular demand, celebrity chef Jose Garces’ upscale lounge inside The Saguaro hotel, Old Town Whiskey, will reopen for a limited run; beginning Saturday, March 7, then Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights, from 5:00 – 10:00 p.m., through Saturday, May 30. Guitarist Randy Ranes will perform his engaging style of contemporary Spanish guitar nightly, which is a fusion of European,… Read More →

Baseball fans score big at Hotel Palomar through March

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Baseball season is rounding the corner as Spring Training has officially kicked off in Arizona with the Cactus League playing at 10 stadiums across the Valley. Fans from all over the country are taking over the Valley of the Sun to cheer on their favorite team. Kimpton’s Hotel Palomar Phoenix, is a top choice for… Read More →

The Hermosa Inn introduces butler service

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The luxury boutique hideaway, The Hermosa Inn, has taken a step towards a higher level of luxury for their guests by becoming the first resort in the greater Phoenix area to offer butler service as an optional amenity. Both discreet and anticipatory, the Inn’s butler service creates a one-of-a-kind experience for the discriminating guest looking… Read More →

Orangetheory Fitness will open at CityScape

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February 25, 2015 by in Eat | Experience AZ Magazine | Featured | Play | Stay

On the heels of the recent openings of GrabbaGreen, Fractured Prune Doughnut and EOS Fitness, CityScape Phoenix will welcome yet another new tenant in late April when Orangetheory Fitness opens its doors. The fast-growing, national fitness franchise has 19 existing or planned locations across the Valley and this new 3,150 square-foot studio at CityScape will… Read More →

Hotel Valley Ho anchors Cactus League experience

The OH Pool Bar + Cabanas at the Hotel Valley Ho in Scottsdale.

To truly embrace Arizona’s spring training experience you need to start with an anchor. For Cactus League baseball fans, there may be no better anchor than the retro-chic Hotel Valley Ho in Downtown Scottsdale. The hotel has hosted Baseball Hall of Famers Ted Williams, Bob Feller, Ferguson Jenkins, George Brett, Rickey Henderson and Leo Durocher.… Read More →

Scottsdale’s Sanctuary on Camelback offers a taste


Those looking to kick the Sunday blues (or blow off some mid-week steam) can enjoy a taste of the good life at Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain’s jade bar and elements restaurant. The resort’s chill beats and cool drinks are a natural winter antidote – available seven days a week. Monday through Sunday:  The Pour, jade bar’s premium daily happy hour… Read More →

Dove Mountain gets S. Arizona’s 1st 5-star rating

February 12, 2015 by in Experience AZ Magazine | Featured | Play | Stay

Forbes Travel Guide today unveiled its annual Star Rating list, naming The Ritz-Carlton, Dove Mountain a new Five Star hotel. The 253-room adventure, spa and golf resort near Tucson, Arizona is the latest addition to the prestigious ratings, which have been considered the gold standard in luxury hospitality since 1958. The Ritz-Carlton, Dove Mountain is… Read More →

Sedona makes an idyllic getaway for couples

Nataliia Kelsheva

Romance is woven into the very fabric of Sedona. At the turn of the century, the first postmaster, T.C. Schnebly, struggled to come up with an appropriate name for the young community along the banks of Oak Creek. Finally, he did the most natural thing of all––he named it after his beautiful wife, Sedona. Now… Read More →

Hyatt Regency Scottsdale earns high honor


U.S. News & World Report, a nationally recognized publisher of consumer advice and information, recognized Hyatt Regency Scottsdale Resort & Spa as one of the Best Hotels in the United States for 2015 in its annual evaluation of hotels that offer high quality amenities and exceptional experiences. “We are extremely honored to receive U.S. News & World Report’s… Read More →

Sedona offers world’s most scenic hiking trails


There are plenty of reasons to make hiking part of a daily activity routine in 2015. With Sedona as the backdrop, visitors will rush to the illustrious trails spanning the red rock terrain, with jaw-dropping views of Sedona’s landscape and topography. Taking advantage of the backdrop, mountain-goers can bask in the sunshine while keeping their… Read More →

All-New Radisson Hotel Phoenix North opens


North Phoenix got a fresh addition to its hotel portfolio last week with the opening of the Radisson Hotel Phoenix North. The newly-flagged Radisson® boasts a modern design scheme, fresh amenities and the Yes I Can!SM service philosophy the brand is known for after partners R.A. Rauch & Associates,Brixton Capital and Dan Norville applied their industry expertise to transforming a… Read More →

The McCormick Scottsdale Celebrates Renovations

Millennium Hotels and Resorts corporate and hotel executives with Mayor Jim Lane at the launch celebration of The McCormick Scottsdale.

On Tuesday, January 27, The McCormick Scottsdale welcomed Mayor Jim Lane and approximately 200 guests to celebrate its launch after renovations to all 125 guestrooms, the lobby, outdoor pool and hotel lounge. Following an official ribbon cutting ceremony, guests enjoyed the warm Scottsdale weather over cocktails and canapés on the outdoor patio and pool area.… Read More →