Mar 4, 2020 - Mar 5, 2020

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Where to Stay in Phoenix

As the capital of the state of Arizona, Phoenix is a buzzing city with a desert climate. From the interactive aquarium Sea Life Arizona to the 19th century architecture of Heritage Square, there really is something for everyone. There are also plenty of car rental options to explore the abundance of natural countryside as well as city-based fun to be had.

To get around the city, the Phoenix Valley Metro light-rail system is a 26-mile rail link that links Phoenix to its neighbouring communities and includes stops at many of the city's favourite landmarks – and at just a few dollars for a day-pass it’s a traveller’s dream.

Downtown Phoenix Hotels

1. Westin Phoenix Downtown

A stylish and luxurious hotel option in downtown Phoenix, the Westin offers excellent views of the city from an area that has undergone a period of urban development. Combining the key elements of the Westin brand, the hotel enjoys a boutique feel and is an intimate five-star option.

2. Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites

Located in downtown Phoenix yet still only four minutes from the airport, the Holiday Inn Express and Suites was recently renovated and is popular with all types of traveller. Complimentary continental breakfast and airport shuttles are also provided by the hotel.

3. Travelodge Phoenix Downtown

Centrally located close to the Phoenix City Hall and Comerica Theater, the Travelodge is a lower-priced hotel option offering complimentary Wi-Fi, a daily complimentary continental breakfast and a 24-hour Business Center.

Phoenix Airport Hotels

Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is located around 5 km southeast of downtown Phoenix with hundreds of hotels all located within a short distance of the four terminals.

1. Phoenix Airport Marriott

Both a business and holiday hotel located just a few minutes from Phoenix’s Sky Harbor International Airport, the Phoenix Airport Marriott is both stylish and comfortable with over 340 rooms available for guests.

2. Aloft Phoenix Airport

Part of the W Hotels’ funky Aloft brand, this medium-priced hotel is a chic option for those looking to stay within five minutes of the airport. High-tech features and chill-out dining options are synonymous with Aloft meaning guests are able to enjoy the brand's experience close to the airport and tourist sites.

3. Econo Lodge Phoenix Airport

The Econo Lodge is a budget hotel with an outdoor swimming pool and complimentary continental breakfast just a short drive from Phoenix's international airport, while the Phoenix Art Museum, the Heard Museum and the Arizona Science Center are all nearby. For business travellers, the Phoenix Convention Center is just 5 km away.

To discover more hotel options for your trip to Phoenix, take the time to check out our Skyscanner hotel search engine.

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Jeffrey  Bradshaw
Jeffrey Bradshaw

So much to see and do from the Desert Botanical Garden to the Heard Museum and, for the more strenuous, a hike/scramble up Camelback Mountain.

C Wilson
C Wilson

Love the dry heat. You can either spend the day by the pool or hike the local mountains. Lots of tourist things to do as well.

Gigi Schott
Gigi Schott

Phoenix has several suburbs and can take a good hour or better in the worst traffic to get from the airport to the farthest edges like Surprise, Peoria or Sun City. Scottsdale & Mesa are a bit closer. Great Restaurants & shopping. And scenic views. Drive North an hour to Sedona for great boutique shopping & cultural flavor. Fantastic views from patio bars & hotel rooms at reasonable prices off season. Bring your walking shoes. It is handicapped accessible most everywhere, but lots of inclines & ramped access. A few restaurants were not ideal for scooters or wheelchairs, but could accommodate with effort. There are also many scenic lookout stops for photos on the drive to & from Sedona. Don’t miss them! The Grand Canyon is just a short drive away too or book a helicopter tour over or train ride down into the canyon!

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The least expensive month is December, with an average of AED 294 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Phoenix is March, with an average price of AED 764 per night.
The average price of a hotel in February last year was AED 484 per night. This is 1% less than the average nightly price of AED 491 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Phoenix, the expected average temperature in February is 15.5°C/59.9°F. The warmest month is typically July, which averages 41.9°C/107.4°F. The coolest month is December, with temperatures averaging 6.5°C/43.7°F.
The nearest airport to Phoenix is Phoenix Sky Harbor (PHX) (6.02km). Other nearby airports include: Phoenix Scottsdale Municipal (23.73km) Phoenix-Deer Valley (26.69km) Mesa (32.06km) Phoenix-Mesa Gateway (41.88km) Buckeye (56.88km)

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