Best Western Airport Inn

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

2425 South 24th Street, Phoenix, Arizona, 85034, United States
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Good For Families
  • Families70
  • Couples69
  • Solo63
  • Business55

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Alternatives to dance-clubs

by Osmun79

A friend really wants to take me out for some Phoenix nightlife, most likely near her apartment in Tempe. Since I'm going to be fairly low on cash and I'm not really big on dancing, I'm avoiding doing the whole dance-club thing. Is there any place that has good cheap Indie rock, a positive and laid back vibe, cheap drinks, and is not sketchy ( I have heard some of the punk clubs are located in places you don't want to drive/park)?

My only regulations are that it be the kinda place a 21 yr old won't get bored as well ( I'm 27 and far from my college party, but she's 21 and likes to party).

Re: Alternatives to dance-clubs

by bocmaxima

You sound like you're kind of on my vibe for bar preferences, and I have yet to find a place in Metro Phoenix that I like.
You can try the Four Peaks Tap Room near campus, but that's not really a college type bar but just a brewpub with mostly older people. There's also George & Dragon on Central north of Indian School. Not exactly Tempe, but it's the only bar in town that I've found that I really like. Mill is pretty much solidly frat places.
For music, I've mostly found that it's either frat or a straight-up venue (like Modified). I've been to a few shows at The Clubhouse on Broadway, and that's decent, although it may not be on non-show nights. You can also check out Pranksters also on Broadway. Not great, but definitely decent.
There are some punk clubs on the west side of Phoenix. They're weird, and you kind of have to know which is which, because there's nothing obvious about them.

Re: Alternatives to dance-clubs

by Abdullah10

Go to the Four Peaks, I'm sure you'll like it. I wouldn't recommend going to PHX, you'll find weird people. There are few decent places on Scottsdale road near Oregano's...there are many places in Tempe and Scottsdale.

Travel Tips for Phoenix

Well, being in the desert...

by bottleofdoom

Well, being in the desert calls for nature appreciation. I did my share when I first moved out here. It's very breathtakiing... the rock formations are incredible & the wildlife is very extreme. So hiking is a must if you visit here....try the Chamber of Commerce for info on this.. There's just too much of nature things to do for me to list here.

A taste of the West

by ostbarn

North Scottsdale, out near the 4 Seasons Hotel at Reata Pass, an old Stage coach stop, is Greasewood Flats. Arguably the best Burger available at only $6 and that is with chili and cheese. Fantastic cowboy beans, pulled pork, chicken, nachos and salsa. Beers at $2 for domestic, little more for imports. Outdoor venue with 3 bars, tressle tables and benches, firepits around a dancefloor with live Country/Western/popular singer guitarist with about 5 CD's on the market. Best time, Thursday evening, more crowded Fri and Sat, bikers on Sunday. Rustic, great photo opportunities, wear jeans and shirts or anything casual.

Easy to get around with bus

by enzhu

It's also easy to get around Phoenix by bus. There are local bus and express bus.
Phoenix local bus cost $1.25 per ride with no transfer or $2.5 for a full day pass. That means if you also need to ride back home then you better to get a full day pass. There are also multiple days pass, but they are not cheaper than one day pass except monthly pass. For the detail price please see the photo.
You can buy ticket on bus, it takes quarter and dollar bill. On some buses, there is free bus book for you to take. There are very nice bus map including both local bus and express bus, it also has schedule information for all buses. It also available to download online at:
Here are bus maps for Phoenix:
local bus:
express bus:

Burger and a Beer...

by dshinkle about The Chuckbox

This small place practically on the Arizona State University campus has the best burgers in Tempe. It is considered a Tempe landmark.

The also server beer, but they don't take credit cards. You gotta try the burgers!

Great hiking

by dapa18

Great hiking ,biking,horseback riding,camping...just anything outdoor.
Phoenix is a place ,where Wild West meets modern standart of life in balance with nature (for now).
You can be hiking or riding your horse just from your backyard,while still close to all what modern city can offer.There is one thing though: Summer is VERY,VERY hot. And with more concrete buildings is getting hotter! Best time to visit October till April.


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Address: 2425 South 24th Street, Phoenix, Arizona, 85034, United States