The Phoenician, a Luxury Collection Resort, Scottsdale

6000 East Camelback Road ScottsdaleAZ85251
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Unveiling a fresh, contemporary luxury throughout, the AAA Five Diamond Phoenician presents personalized experiences that are rare and memorable by design. The result of the most massive renovation undertaken since the property opened in October 1988, the resort has transformed itself, introducing a diverse collection of offerings that honor both guest and destination. In fall 2017, a...
by dandb on April 23, 2018 from dandb


Know Before You Go:
The resort offers property-wide, fee-based Wi-Fi to pampered guests ($22.35 per day).
by Citysearch on December 03, 2010 from Citysearch
The Extras:
The golf course at the Phoenician is challenging, immaculate and superb.
by Citysearch on December 03, 2010 from Citysearch

Member Reviews

I think they should try harder.:
I had both brunch here and sampled their spa. The brunch was about what you'd expect. No surprises. No wows, and no bad complaints either.

Too bad it's just plain and no biggie. The hotel has a good reputation. I think they should try harder.
by Rosalie Benitez on November 25, 2009

Editorial Reviews

In a town where luxurious, expensive resorts are the rule, the Phoenician still stands apart, primarily in the realm of service. The gilded, marbled lobby with towering fountains is the backdrop for a $25 million fine-art collection. Despite the opulence, the resort is remarkably comfortable and accommodating—especially for children. There's a secluded tennis garden and 27 holes of premier...
by fodors on February 21, 2013 from fodors
THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Windows on the Green Restaurant Review:
Chef Robert Sanchez crafts seemingly simple Southwestern ingredients into sophisticated dishes, like coffee-glazed roast chicken breast with bacon, kalamata olive tamale and mole de Puebla sauce; or adobo-rubbed bone-in pork chop with goat cheese mashed potatoes and a corn tortilla tower puddled in achiote pork jus. The tableside guacamole, prepared from chef Sanchez's secret family recipe, is...
by gayot on February 10, 2013 from gayot
Il Terrazzo Restaurant Review:
The magic starts with fresh baked bread --- an entire service, actually, of handcrafted artisan loaves, baked daily on-site. The Italian kitchen also fashions homemade pastas (agnolotti filled with sweet corn, mascarpone, goat cheese and thyme in a brown butter sage sauce is a standout). There’s a cheese cart with Parmigiano-Reggiano and Taleggio, and limoncello liquors, and multiple different...
by gayot on January 31, 2013 from gayot
While newer resorts stumble over themselves to satisfy current trends, this grande dame holds fast to old-world luxury and a Reagan-era feeling of prosperity. The architecture and guest room design haven't changed much since the resort's inception in 1988—though there's certainly nothing tattered about the place. The Italianate architecture, ornate upholstered furniture, and huge marble...
by concierge on July 21, 2011 from concierge

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