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Phoenix is constantly highlighted in newspaper, magazine, and blog articles, as well as some of the people who help make our city so great. Check out some articles below that highlight Phoenix as a destination, and some of our must-see experiences and attractions.
From a beach resort in Encinitas, California to a resplendent lakeside inn in North Carolina, these bucket list-worthy hotels at a range of price points have just opened their doors in the last few weeks, or will soon be welcoming guests in the new year.
Nature nurtures. The healing power of the outdoors—whether it’s a gold-soaked sunset, a hike in the woods, or the songs of birds—transports us away from our troubles. And in a year that has seemed so inside out, bringing the outside in has become more important, especially in hotels.
Winter in Phoenix heralds warm and sunny days, ideal for dining outdoors or sipping a cocktail while enjoying the view from a rooftop bar.
Uptown Phoenix has long been a desirable family neighborhood in the country’s fifth largest city, but the arrival of the area’s first boutique hotel [ARRIVE Phoenix] with an already-popular swim club bar and a soon-to-open rooftop venue cements the neighborhood’s status as a rising destination for young professionals and creatives looking for local inspiration.
If you’re looking for plenty of sunshine with winter temps that average 60 to 70 degrees plus a vibrant city setting for some of the best food and drinks in the U.S., consider wintering in Phoenix. Pack light and leave the winter coat at home for this visit.
Resorts have always been an escape hatch from reality—it’s hard not to love room service, bath butlers and the siren call of a margarita whizzing in a blender. And if you’re looking for sheer weather predictability, Arizona wins the resort destination stakes—hello, endless sunshine!
Phoenix is one of the most drive-friendly destinations from west-coast cities. It’s also known for view-filled hiking up Camelback Mountain, some of the country’s best spas and large resorts containing generously sized guestrooms.
The nation's fifth-largest city, Phoenix encompasses nearly 520 square miles in what is termed the Valley of the Sun, where nearly every Phoenician will remark upon the fact of 300 days of annual sunshine.
At some point during our weekend in Phoenix, Cupid shot an arrow through us and now we’re officially in love with the sprawling desert metropolis. America’s fifth largest city (sorry, Philly) offers a sunny escape for families, couples and singles alike. Here’s where to go and what to do.
As the meetings industry continues to struggle amid the ripple effects of global pandemic Covid-19, the Phoenix Convention Center with partner Visit Phoenix paves a new path for recovery.
Here’s how amazing Arizona chefs and distillers are incorporating this diverse mesquite tree into their menus.
Home to breathtaking wonders like the Grand Canyon, Arizona is also filled with history that’s evident in much of its food and wine culture. Just ask Max Brearley, who takes in the sights, sounds and tastes of this wondrous US state.
In recent years, more than $5 billion has been pumped into a 1.7-square-mile zone in the heart of the city [of Phoenix], contributing to a downtown growth spurt that has seen the development of office space, shops, restaurants, hotels, and convention and academic facilities.
The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation has also created a 3D virtual tour of Taliesin West, the winter home and desert laboratory of Wright in Scottsdale, Arizona. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is the first Wright building to be made freely available online using this technology.
My introduction to the unique bars of Phoenix was walking down the stairs into the dark, cramped chamber of UnderTow. There’s something for every taste: You’ll find cocktail-centric bars, speakeasies, and even a winery founded by a rock star.
The sunkissed, neighboring cities of Phoenix and Scottsdale, Arizona are oases when it comes to LGBTQ friendliness and comforts these days.
If you’re one of the many soon headed to the Valley of the Sun, here’s a look at what’s new in this rapidly growing, ever-changing region.
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