Renowned for their opulence, world-class amenities, and unparalleled hospitality, these establishments redefine the standard of luxury accommodation. From breathtaking desert vistas to lavish spas and gourmet dining experiences, Phoenix's luxury hotels offer an unforgettable blend of sophistication and relaxation. Whether you seek a tranquil retreat or a vibrant urban escape, prepare to immerse yourself in the lavish comforts and impeccable service that define the essence of luxury in the desert oasis of Phoenix. 


Arizona Biltmore, a Waldolf Astoria Resort

Building on the legacy of Frank Lloyd Wright’s architectural style, the Arizona Biltmore is a luxury resort with glamour, playfulness, and exquisite design. The Biltmore recently celebrated its 95th anniversary in the Valley. Known locally as the "Jewel of the Desert," the Biltmore is an Arizona icon, where past meets present. The resort offers unique accomodations with lush views, a diverse array of dining options ranging from casual to sophisticated chic, a full-service spa, and an adult-only pool. Golfers will love the Arizona Biltmore Golf Club with rolling fairways and bold challenges for golfers of all skill levels. 


Royal Palms

Once a 1920s-era winter home, today the Royal Palms is a luxe resort that beckons guests to enjoy a laid-back retreat at the base of Camelback Mountain.  The resort features rejuvenating spa services, world-class cuisine, and sweeping desert landscapes. Whether you book a room, suite, or villa, you will experience elegant furnishings, a bold Mediterranean aesthetic with relaxing desert tones, with unforgettable views of the beautiful courtyard and surrounding flora only steps away. 


The Global Ambassador Hotel 

The Global Ambassador, a 141-room, internationally-inspired hotel opened in fall 2023 at "The Grove," a new development under construction that's already home to the new training facility of the Phoenix Suns and Phoenix Mercury. Helmed by Arizona restaurateur Sam Fox's Author & Edit Hospitality, this luxury project created immediate buzz with the announcement of three big-name stars with Arizona ties on board: Phoenix Suns guard Devin Booker, former Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald and country singer Dierks Bentley.

The focal point of the property is the18,000-square-foot, Mediterranean-inspired rooftop restaurant that's being billed as the largest rooftop restaurant in the state and features views of Camelback Mountain. The hotel also houses four additional restaurants that highlight other international cuisines, a wellness center with fitness offerings, an outdoor yoga deck, spa, and an exclusive member's club.


The Camby, Autograph Collection 


Located in the upscale Biltmore neighborhood, the Camby is a vibrant boutique hotel. The well-appointed hotel rooms feature unique design details such as marble bathrooms and eye-popping artwork. With onsite restaurants and a rooftop bar, guests can unwind in ultimate relaxation at the pool or enjoy the the poolside mountain views. For travelers looking to explore shopping or nightlife, the fashionable Biltmore area will be the perfect place to explore their Sonoran Desert wanderlust. 


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Fairmont Scottsdale Princess

Experience luxury in the Sonoran Desert when you stay at the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess. The 65-acre oasis features five award-winning restaurants and bars, multiple sparkling pools and cabanas, a world-class spa, a golf course, and much more. The golf course is home to the world-famous PGA Tour WM Phoenix Open. 


Mountain Shadows Resort Scottsdale

Mountain Shadows Resort features striking architecture and stunning desert surroundings that create an energy of renewal. The modern resort is located in the upscale Paradise Valley neighborhood, surrounded by mountain views. Rooms on the property feature high-end custom furnishings and outdoor spaces, where guests can enjoy the desert views. The resort features a historic golf course, a private club, and signature restaurant Hearth '61. The mid-century hotel was rebuilt in 2017 and retains much of the unique period design details from the original hotel, which dates back to 1959. 


Caesar's Republic 

Caesars Republic Scottsdale is the first non-gaming branded Caesars hotel in the United States. As Scottsdale’s newest luxury addition, the hotel stands at 150 feet with 11 stories and 265 rooms.The hotel’s seventh floor is home to a rooftop pool deck and views of Camelback Mountain, as well as Seven (SVN), a dining experience that will combine elements and ingredients from Arizona, Mexico and the Yucatan peninsula. Additionally, Caesars Republic also features two new restaurants by celebrity chef Giada De Laurentiis, including Luna by Giada, a fine-dining, Italian restaurant, and Pronto by Giada, a casual, all-day cafe.