All Under One Roof
When temperatures reach the triple digits outside, these properties will keep your attendees cool from guestroom to ballroom with accommodations and meeting venues all under one roof.
With its Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired architecture, lush landscaping and 10-pool water park, the Hyatt Regency Scottsdale is a genuine oasis in the desert. In addition to 493 guestrooms, the resort boasts meeting space ranging from intimate boardrooms to the 14,280-square-foot Vaquero Ballroom.
One of the newest resorts in Scottsdale’s portfolio, Mountain Shadows combines a bright modern aesthetic with stunning Camelback Mountain Views. Mountain Shadows offers 218 guestrooms, the 4,346-square-foot Paradise Ballroom and 1,292-square-foot Community Room, as well as a variety of smaller indoor meeting and event spaces.
The W’s setting in Old Town’s vibrant Entertainment District is the ideal match for the 230-room resort’s contemporary vibe and see-and-be-seen rooftop pool. Gathering spaces range from 320 square feet in Studio 4 to 3,500 square feet in the Great Room.
Fresh off extensive renovations to all 580 guestrooms and myriad public spaces, The Phoenician is known for its timeless sophistication. Abundant indoor meeting spaces include the Grand Ballroom (20,533 square feet) and Camelback Ballroom (14,344 square feet). In 2018, the resort also debuted the magnificent, three-story Phoenician Spa, complete with rooftop pool, as well as a newly reconfigured golf course.
Contemporary Southwestern style and expansive scenic views greet attendees at any of Talking Stick Resort’s 496 guestrooms. In addition to the 24,556-square-foot Salt River Grand Ballroom, Talking Stick offers four additional, flexible spaces of 3,000+ square feet each, and 24/7 entertainment at the in-house casino.
One of the city’s largest meetings resorts, the 732-guestroom Westin Kierland is home to more than two dozen indoor meeting spaces, including the 24,542-square-foot Kierland Grand Ballroom and 14,336-square-foot Herberger Ballroom. This North Scottsdale gem envelops guests in the “Essence of Arizona” through changing exhibits of paintings, rare photographs and commissioned artworks.
Mediterranean architecture and expansive views of the McDowell Mountains and TPC Scottsdale’s stadium course are the hallmarks of this 266-room property. The hotel’s roster of indoor meeting spaces includes the 5,005-square-foot Valencia ballroom and 1,823-square-foot Barcelona room.