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Downtown Phoenix's rapid growth includes major hotel renovations and new state-of-the-art stays


In Phoenix, meetings are our specialty. And, with a diverse portfolio of conference-friendly accommodations, an award-winning convention center, convenient airport access, and a burgeoning downtown scene, Phoenix is in full bloom.

More than $5 billion has been pumped into a 1.7-square-mile zone in the downtown core, which includes new and improved office space, shops, restaurants, entertainment venues, convention and academic facilities, and hotels.

Greater Phoenix is home to more than 68,000 rooms at over 495 hotels and resorts, and the city's downtown core offers more than 4,000 hotel rooms, with additional accommodations on the horizon.


Cambria Hotel From The Rooftop Bar at Dusk
Photo credit: Cambria Hotel - Downtown Phoenix Convention Center.

• The Cambria Hotel Downtown Phoenix Convention Center, a 127-room property in downtown's Roosevelt Row, opened in November 2019. The $26 million hotel features a rooftop bar (From The Rooftop Bar & Lounge, pictured above) with 360-degree views of the city and can accommodate up to 499 guests; 900 square feet of indoor meeting space; several large art pieces, including murals that span the height of the building; and an onsite restaurant, Poppy, led by chef Nate Cayer, formerly the executive chef of The Godfrey Hotel in Chicago.


• The Sheraton Phoenix Downtown, a short distance from the city's convention center, is in the process of revamping its guest rooms, lobby, meeting space and culinary offerings.  The 1,003-room property – the city's largest – was selected to become the prototype for Marriott's portfolio-wide rebranding of Sheraton. Guest room renovations are projected for early 2020 completion, with the lobby, restaurant and meeting space updated to reflect the new brand identity by the second quarter.


Hyatt Regency Phoenix
Photo credit: Jeff Zaruba/Hyatt Regency Phoenix.


• Following an exterior refresh last year, the Hyatt Regency Phoenix (pictured above) completed floor-to-ceiling renovations of its 693 guest rooms as well as the revitalization of meeting spaces and three new meeting rooms. The 24-story hotel, located across the street from the Phoenix Convention Center, also revealed a new patio, an expanded rooftop courtyard and renovated third-floor pool deck – all for enjoying Phoenix’s perfect weather. In addition, the hotel opened Barrel & Bushel, an indoor/outdoor gastropub-style restaurant helmed by chef Chelsea Cummings (formerly of Weft and Warp at Scottsdale's Andaz Resort & Bungalows), in late 2019.


• Neighboring Renaissance Phoenix Downtown Hotel completed a $12 million renovation on their lobby and exterior in 2017 and has now shifted focus to remodeling their guest rooms rooms – splitting the construction between 2019 and 2020 (summer). The Renaissance’s rooms will get fresh carpet, wall coverings, lighting, window treatments and walk-in showers


• The AC Hotel by Marriott Arizona Center broke ground in September 2019. The 199-room hotel is scheduled to open in 2021, making it the third AC Hotel in Phoenix after the AC Hotel by Marriott Phoenix Biltmore and the AC Hotel by Marriott Phoenix Tempe/Downtown