Hotel at a Glance: All-Suite Hotel Located in Phoenix - Mesa
There are several homey touches at this all-suite hotel. A hot breakfast helps guests start their day and a fireplace in the gatehouse provides a classy spot to relax. The basketball, tennis, and volleyball court, plus an outdoor pool give visitors several recreational options. Here, you’ll be near several area restaurants and a 20-minute drive to downtown Phoenix.
- Start your day off with a complimentary hot breakfast buffet
- Stay connected with the free high-speed internet, available in each guest room.
- Spacious suites all featuring fully equipped kitchens
- Meet n’ greet with other guests at the evening social, which includes complimentary food and drinks. (Evening socials take place Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays)
- Work out anytime at the onsite 24/7 fitness center
- Dive in to the outdoor pool or bronze on the sundeck under the Arizona sun.
- Rainy day fun: options include a large two-topping pizza with four-pack of soda
Mesa, Arizona: Outdoor Recreation and Culture in the Valley of the Sun
Like its neighbors Scottsdale and Tempe, Mesa belongs to the Phoenix metropolitan area. The region, which has an average of 320 sunny days per year, is often referred to as “the Valley of the Sun.” The agreeable climate and surplus of surrounding suburbs means there’s no shortage of things to do within 25 miles of the hotel. You can hike amid the tree-size saguaro cacti on the McDowell Sonoran Preserve trails, or peruse the boutiques and art galleries in downtown Scottsdale.
In downtown Mesa, stop at the Arizona Museum of Natural History to learn about how the Southwest has developed over the last 4.5 billion years. Here, you can admire dinosaur fossils, pan for gold in the History Courtyard, and appreciate the barrier that separates you from the museum’s resident gila monster.
Mesa is also home to some of Arizona’s most distinguished golf courses. More than 40 lie within a half-hour drive of downtown, with challenging layouts that range from desert terrain to traditional links.