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Radisson Hotel Phoenix Airport
Sky Harbor International Airport,Phoenix (AZ) - View on map
"Friendly and efficient staff. Clean and quiet rooms. Very close to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport."


125 reviews

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$ 127
Windemere Hotel & Conference Center
East Mesa,Phoenix (AZ) - View on map
"What a Bargain , clean, nice room and fine bed. I was glad there was no carpet, only nice wood and tile flooring. Breakfast the usual waffles, toast, muffin, oatmeal with coffee, milk, orange juice. I would not hesitate to stay again. "
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144 reviews

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$ 94
Extended Stay America Suites - Phoenix - Airport
Sky Harbor International Airport,Phoenix (AZ) - View on map
"Location was perfect. The staff amazing. Latisha went above and beyond to make our stay better. Even giving us her ice so we dink have to wait for ours to freeze in trays in kitchen freezer Fruit and juice or milk would be nice with breakfast. "
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76 reviews

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$ 100
GreenTree Inn Phoenix Sky Harbor
Sky Harbor International Airport,Phoenix (AZ) - View on map
"I stayed there twice within 10 days (each time for a night). What I really loved about the hotel was their location (near the airport) and the staff. I had accidentally left my bag (wallet, passports, etc.) at the cafeteria and panicked (this had not happened to me before) when I found out after about 10-15 minutes. However, the staff had noticed it and kept it safe for me. This was right at the beginning of my trip and I was meant to be on the road for 3 weeks in AZ and Mexico. I am grateful to them. There is a small gym, which I didn't get a chance to try out. During my second stay, I used their laundromat. Very convenient -- I would have carried fewer clothes had I known in advance. Overall experience was good. My only request is to put more lights in the rooms. It is difficult to see anything that drops onto the dark carpets. Cheers."
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Very good

333 reviews

Extended Stay America Suites - Phoenix - Midtown
Downtown Phoenix,Phoenix (AZ) - View on map
"If this hotel is priced within 20% of the other 2 hotels in the immediate vicinity, it's a good deal. The rooms are bigger, TVs are bigger with a better satellite signal, fixtures are newer, beds have newer linens, etc. If you are in good shape and don't have your bags with you, take the stairs - it's faster."
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Very good

55 reviews

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$ 123

Fast facts about Phoenix (AZ), United States

Accommodations2,099 properties
Popular hotelRadisson Hotel Phoenix Airport
Popular areaNorth Scottsdale
Nightly rates fromA$58
AirportGlendale Municipal Airport (GEU)

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Situated on the Sonoran Desert, Phoenix is a surprisingly green city that has been a hub of agriculture for a very long time, dating back to the days of the Native Americans. The city is also a popular tourist destination, attracting people from all over the country and some international visitors on a regular basis. Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport serves as the gateway for the entire state, and is only a short drive from downtown Phoenix. Most hotels in Phoenix will be happy to arrange a shuttle or transfer service to get their guests from the airport to their hotels, so booking a hotel near the airport need not be a concern.

The unique desert climate of Phoenix and its surrounding area have made it an important hub for agricultural industry insiders, and the Desert Botanical Garden is a popular destination for learning about the different plants that not only survive in the desert but thrive in it. The garden is a beautiful attraction featuring some unique plants, and is located in the area of Scottsdale, easily reached by car.

The history of this region is deeply tied to the history of the Native Americans. After all, they are the people who took this arid desert land many centuries ago and turned it into a thriving and green land. Learn more about the history and culture of the Natives by visiting the Heard Museum, one of the largest institutions of its kind in the world. The museum has an impressive collection of exhibits and artifacts celebrating the many different cultures of Native Americans, with a focus on those who lived in the areas of Arizona and its neighboring states.

For more information on hotels and landmarks in the different areas of Phoenix, take a look at the interactive map on this page.