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Phoenix is the biggest city in Arizona, as well as a rapidly growing economic powerhouse. Leisure travellers love it due to its warm weather during the winter. It also offers great nightlife and myriad other activities to keep visitors occupied. If you’re planning to visit this city, here are a list of affordable boutique hotels in Phoenix.
Hyatt Regency Phoenix
Hyatt Regency Phoenix offers many types of rooms for different types of travelers, so that you don’t end up paying for something you don’t need. Each room is well-furnished with a flat-screen TV, a coffee maker, and a mini-fridge. The hotel also has a fitness center and several eateries. Especially recommended is the rooftop restaurant with great views of the city. Corporate visitors can also use meeting rooms as well as event spaces if required.
Americas Best Value Inn
If you’re on a tight budget, Americas Best Value Inn is there as usual to save the day. You get free internet, satellite TV, free local and long distance calls, and even a complimentary reception for rates well below $100. If that isn’t enough, the hotel also has a shuttle service to and from the airport, and the staff is friendly enough to help you out if you ever need any guidance about the city.
The Camby, Autograph Collection
If you need something more lavish and upscale, walk into the The Camby, Autograph Collection without any hesitation. All the tastefully decorated rooms have special features such as conference dining tables, well-stocked refreshment bars, and separate sitting parlors. You can enjoy the heated outdoor swimming pool or take advantage of the 24-hour fitness center as well as the 24-hour business center. It overlooks the famous mountains and canyons of Arizona, so it’s also a great choice for adventure travelers. Major attractions like the Heard Museum, the Desert Botanical Garden, and the Arizona Science Center are not very far away from here either.
Legacy Golf Resort Hotel
Legacy Golf Resort is an unbeliveably spacious and beautiful resort that comes at very reasonable rates. It has an 18-hole golf course just at your doorstep. The rooms have king-sized beds, private balconies, and fully equipped kitchens with a microwave, dishwasher, and fridge where you can live like you’re at home. If you don’t want to cook yourself, do try out the excellent in-house restaurant called The Grille. Some other facilities include tennis courts, a spa, a heated pool, beach volleyball courts, and more.
San Carlos – Downtown Convention Center
Hotel San Carlos – Downtown Convention Center is another budget-friendly hotel that won’t cost you much. However, it still offers you enough for a comfortable stay. You can swim at the rooftop pool or try something new at the hotel’s famed Vietnamese restaurant. Hotel San Carlos is well-located and gives you easy access to many government buildings and the Symphony Hall, the foremost venue for performing arts in Phoenix. There’s also a golf club nearby if you want to hit the links.