It’s no secret that Arizona boasts some of the most luxurious resorts in the world – and, as a result, we are among the top destinations for large-scale business events, conferences and meetings on the globe. But, even wonder where the world’s top CEO’s rest their heads during said events? Which resorts boast the best suites in Arizona? We’ve got your answers here, as we asked some of Arizona’s top resorts about their most eye-popping suites on property.
The Andaz’s Albers House is a private two-bedroom bungalow with walls of glass, secluded patios and terraces designed for guests to experience the very best of mid-century modern design. The Albers House is located in The Retreat, a hidden gem within the resort. Located on the southern portion of the resort’s 23 acres, The Retreat features four bungalows with a total of 22 guestrooms, as well as the Albers House. Rates start at $2,500.
The exclusive Camelback Presidential Suite – an 1,800-square-foot, modern-design marvel – offers the most luxurious experience at the recently re-launched Mountain Shadows. The spacious interior and generously sized main patio look directly toward iconic Camelback Mountain, with a bedroom patio offering the perfect spot for sunset cocktails. Rates range from $499 to $1,299 per night.
JW Marriott Starr Pass Resort & Spa
Centered on the top floor of the resort with panoramic views of the city lights, the golf course, the resort pools and Tucson’s picturesque mountain ranges, the 2,200-square-foot Presidential Suite features stylish, contemporary designs and furnishings inspired by the region’s landscape. The suite features a living room, dining table for eight, separate kitchenette area with staff entrance, a private office, a gas fireplace in the parlor, oversized bathroom and additional bath, with connecting bedroom. Rates range from $750 to $2500 per night.
The Phoenician Resort
A favorite of royalty, professional athletes, CEOs, musicians and actors, The Phoenician Resort’s 1,800-square-foot Presidential Suite at the Canyon Suites was updated in 2016 and now boasts works from local artists, private terraces, a dining room for 10, full kitchen, den, two expansive bedrooms and a fire pit that seats 12. Rates range from $2,500 to $5,000 per night.
Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale Troon North
The Four Season’s Sedona Suite boasts two full bedrooms and more than 2,000 square feet of living space, not to mention a formal dining room with seating for eight, three connecting patios, two outdoor garden showers, an outdoor fireplace and even a private telescope for stargazing. Oh, and the suite’s bonus wow factor feature – a private outdoor plunge pool flanked by a dramatic boulder formation. Rates range from $1,289 to $3,310.
The 1,590 Casita Two-Bedroom Spa Pool Suite, which sleeps up to eight people, boasts its own infinity-edge spa pool heated to 101 degrees with jets throughout and waterfall feature overlooking the world-famous Sedona Red Rocks as well as a spacious living room, kitchen, fireplace, indoor and outdoor sitting areas and viewing deck. Rates range from $1,375 to $1,775 per night.
Their playful 1,750-square-foot Presidential Suite is bold and a bit avant-garde yet sleek and upscale. It features a formal dining room, marble bathrooms, butler’s pantry, full bedroom and whirlpool bath as well as award-winning artwork. Rates range from $799 to $1,999 per night, but there is an ultra-luxury package, “Exactly Like Nothing Else,” that includes a one-night stay in the suite as well as dinner for two, a signature spa treatment, and even a guided hike or cabana as well as other amenities starting at $1,399.
Fairmont Scottsdale Princess
The magnificent 3,225-square-foot Presidential Suite features hard wood flooring, modern furnishings with earthy accents and a variety of upscale amenities, as well as two full bedrooms. The master bedroom showcases a wooden four-poster bed, dressing area with full-length mirror and additional seating, while the master bath boasts an oversized, soaker tub and walk-in shower. The large parlor offers a massive flat screen television, conference area, dining area that seats six and a large wet bar. Rates range from $2,669 to $3,898.
Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia
True to its name, their 2,800-square-foot Andalusian Presidential Suite offers the ultimate level of Old-World luxury, privacy and seclusion. After entering through a grand marble entryway, enjoy two living areas, a private pool and spa, two palatial bedrooms, two and a half full bathrooms and a private office. Also on property is the Camelback Presidential Suite, a 2,800-square-foot two-bedroom villa featuring a private gym, an outdoor fireplace and extensive patio areas large enough to host gatherings of up to 300 guests. Rates for each range from $3,500 to $5,000 per night.
Hotel Valley Ho
Hotel Valley Ho, Downtown Scottsdale’s mid-century modern icon since 1956, is revamping its rooms and suites in The Tower. The design overhaul of this luxurious hotel within a hotel will be completed in September, featuring new, mid-century-inspired elements including lighting, décor, flooring, and millwork. Existing signature pieces including B&B Italia sofas and Knoll Lounge Chairs will be reupholstered in rich fabrics with bold jewel tones. The new look will follow the hotel’s signature style, which blends contemporary modern with mid-century influences. Each room and suite in The Tower features floor-to-ceiling glass and views of Downtown Scottsdale or Camelback Mountain. Tower Suites are complete with full kitchens, walk-in closets and washer/dryers for the ideal home away from home.