Royal Palms Resort and Spa is celebrating its 75th anniversary this year with an array of special deals, inspired programming and offerings that celebrate its roots. Originally built out of love and passion as a private wellness estate, the property has a rich history and over the years, has evolved into one of the most sought after luxury resort experiences in Scottsdale. 

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Specialty Package: The Royal 75

Bookable through the end of 2023 with code 75TH, this package honors the history and longstanding tradition of Royal Palms. Inclusive of a $75 F&B credit, breakfast for two and limited time commemorative amenity, guests can celebrate the milestone in style with a lush desert escape. 

Commemorative Cocktails

Available at the signature Mix Up Bar, celebratory cocktails include a creative take on America’s oldest known cocktail, the Sazerac, made with Whistle Pig bourbon, sugar cube, Peychaud’s bitters, absinthe ($75); and the Singapore Sling, originally crafted by bartender Ngiam Tong Boon around 1910 at Raffles Hotel in Singapore. Royal Palms’ celebratory take includes Suncliffe Gin, cherry brandy, pineapple and lime juice, Cointreau, Benedictine, grenadine and Angostura bitters ($25).  

Distinctive Dining at T. Cook’s 

Award-winning signature restaurant T. Cook’s, led by Executive Chef Lee Hillson, will present a specialty two-course prix fixe menu ($75). Starting off with bread and pesto, the first course will include deviled lobster toast with arugula and lemon and the second course will feature chicken and truffle pot pie, paired with a commemorative glass of Wycliff champagne. Main courses are also available a la carte.

Royal Relaxation

The property’s Alvadora Spa has introduced The Royal Facial, a 50-minute gold repair facial that utilizes Knesko products to firm, lift and hydrate while relaxing the mind, rejuvenating the skin and rebalancing the spirit. Available on weekdays for $250 and Friday-Sunday for $270.