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Courtyard by Marriott Phoenix North - Phoenix - Patio
Courtyard by Marriott Phoenix North
8.4 Very good
North Mountain$120+
$120+
Parking
Free Wi-Fi
Pool
Hampton Inn Phoenix - Biltmore - Phoenix - Lobby
Hampton Inn Phoenix - Biltmore
8.1 Very good
Camelback East$116+
$116+
Free Wi-Fi
Pool
Pet friendly
Red Roof Plus+ Phoenix West
6 Okay
Maryvale$81+
$81+
Parking
Free Wi-Fi
Pool
Pet friendly
Extend-a-Suites Phoenix
5.1 Fair
Deer Valley$64+
$64+
Parking
Free Wi-Fi
Pool
Pet friendly
Rise Uptown Hotel
8.7 Very good
Alhambra$183+
$183+
Free Wi-Fi
Pool
Pet friendly
Econo Lodge Phoenix North I-17
2.7 Poor
North Mountain$74+
$74+
Parking
Free Wi-Fi
Pool
Pet friendly

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Hotel San Carlos - Phoenix - Lobby
Hotel San Carlos
7.5 Good
Downtown$174+
$174+
Free Wi-Fi
Spa
Kimpton Hotel Palomar Phoenix - Phoenix - Living room
Kimpton Hotel Palomar Phoenix
8.5 Very good
Downtown$237+
$237+
Pool
Hyatt Place Phoenix/Downtown
8.5 Very good
Downtown$147+
$147+
Free Wi-Fi
Pet friendly

The 10 best hotels in Phoenix

Discover the top hotels in Phoenix handpicked by local expert Wendy Rose Gould.
Wendy Rose Gould
December 6, 2023

I vividly remember the day I moved to Phoenix and how, after a long drive from the Midwest, the warm air felt like a much-needed hug. I thought I’d only stay in the city for a year or two, but I promptly fell in love with the desert. To this day, I still relish the dusty, technicolor sunsets, the exceptionally friendly people, and the vibrant, ever-changing scene for food, activities, and exploration. As a local travel writer and natural wanderlust, I’ve made it my mission to see and do as much as possible in Phoenix. That includes checking out the local hotel scene, which is noteworthy for several reasons. The Phoenix metro – which includes Scottsdale, Tempe, and Paradise Valley – is a hub for world-class resorts, cool high-rise hotels, and trendy boutique stays. I’ve been lucky enough to visit and stay at many of them, and I consider these the best of the best hotels in Phoenix.

1.

Rise Uptown Hotel

Address:

400 West Camelback Road

Price:

$109-364/night

For one of the best hotels in Phoenix that won’t break the bank, I recommend booking a stay at the very trendy Rise Uptown. It’s conveniently located in the Uptown area, which is about 15 minutes from the center of downtown Phoenix. Not only is this modern Phoenix hotel impeccably appointed – fun photo ops abound – but I love that it routinely offers fun events and activities for both hotel guests and locals to enjoy.
You can also catch some sunshine at the hotel’s rooftop bar complete with pool and loungers. Other fun details include the hotel’s Modern-Southwest decor, large rooms and suites with private balconies, in-room record players, and an on-site popsicle stand. Being centrally located, it’s near some cool attractions like the Japanese Friendship Garden, the Phoenix Art Museum, and even a few hiking trails at Papago Park and Piestewa Peak.

2.

Kimpton Hotel Palomar Phoenix

Address:

2 East Jefferson

Price:

$120-1516/night

One thing that I love about this hotel is that it’s located right in the center of downtown Phoenix – it’s part of the Cityscape complex – which puts you in the middle of the action. Key attractions like the Phoenix Symphony Hall, sports arenas, Footprint Center, Orpheum Theater, and the Phoenix Convention Center, as well as loads of cool restaurants and other attractions, are literal steps away from the hotel’s front door. (For food and drink, I’m particularly obsessed with Wren & Wolf, Coabana, and Bitter & Twisted).
There are even a couple of on-site restaurants, including the Eden rooftop bar, as well as Blue Hound, which knows how to whip up a mean Old Fashioned and has a tasty lunch and dinner menu (definitely try the lobster mac and cheese). I especially like that the rooms of this high-rise hotel offer gorgeous city views, and I’m a fan of the large seating areas, funky wall art and chic updated bathrooms.

3.

Royal Palms Resort and Spa

Address:

5200 East Camelback Road

Price:

$192-1479/night

From the very second I stepped onto its intimate campus, the Royal Palms took my breath away. The historic hotel was originally a 3500 hundred square foot homestead, erected in the late 1920s and was converted into a 15-guest casita in 1947. Since then, its cozy atmosphere and Spanish Revival architecture have been transformed and expanded into a 120-room inn that still feels as intimate and welcoming as ever.
The spacious rooms are luxurious and traditional versus overly snazzy or modern, and there’s something magical about all the hidden gems tucked throughout the winding campus. Take a load off in the Hacienda-style courtyard, which features the majestic backdrop of Camelback Mountain, or swing by the oval-shaped pool complete with cabanas and food service.
The desert landscaping also makes this one of the best hotels in Phoenix thanks to giant mature agave, vibrant bougainvillea, swaying palm trees, and towering saguaros.

4.

Arizona Biltmore, LXR Hotels & Resorts

Address:

2400 East Missouri Avenue

Price:

$43-1559/night