Embassy Suites Phoenix - Scottsdale

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

4415 East Paradise Village Parkway South, Phoenix, Arizona, 85032, United States
Embassy Suites Phoenix-Scottsdale
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93%

Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
41%
174
Very Good
39%
165
Average
13%
58
Poor
4%
20
Terrible
1%
5

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 44% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families85
  • Couples81
  • Solo74
  • Business75

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Forum Posts

Transport from Grand Canyon to Phoenix

by LPAW

We will be staying in Grand Canyon and then have 1 day to get down to Phoenix from Tusayan before our flight home. However, we will have no car and I can't seen to find any bus routes that do this journey. Help! Does anyone know of any bus trips (or trains or planes for that matter) to get us to Phoenix. Obviously we are looking for a cheap option if at all possible! Thanks.

Re: Transport from Grand Canyon to Phoenix

by FRED318

Try this link for the Grand Canyon railway **** http://www.grandcanyonhiker.com/planners/gettingthere.shtml

Re: Transport from Grand Canyon to Phoenix

by bocmaxima

http://www.arizonashuttle.com/services/flagstaff-schedule#grandcanyon

You can either take them on to the airport in Phoenix, or transfer to Greyhound to get to Phoenix. Taking them would almost certainly be easier, just because Greyhound kind of sucks and you'll have to get from the depot to the airport (walk, light rail ride, shuttle to terminal).

This used to be part of Open Road Tours, but Arizona Shuttle took it over recently.

hth

Re: Transport from Grand Canyon to Phoenix

by LPAW

Thanks for your answers. Looks like we'll be getting the bus! We'll be up early as need to get to Phoenix in time to catch the Diamondbacks game!

Travel Tips for Phoenix

If you want to get an hotel in Phoenix

by viny32

Well, I really think the best part of the city are ScottsDale (North east to south east) and Tempe (south east).
The third time I went there I was in the North part of Phoenix, and I can say it sucks because there is nothing there. I had to get the bus to Scottsdale or Tempe.
Check out the hotel The Inn a Pima which is 'cheap' and nice (in scottsdale section) Is you want to stay in Phoenix, be sure you get a car to travel a bit (Tucson, Page, Sedona, Grand Canyon ...)

NASCAR at Phoenix International Raceway

by Karnubawax

NASCAR now runs twice a year at PIR - a night race in the Spring and the traditional Fall race in November. The track is more or less a flat, one-mile oval, but with a weird dog-leg on the backstretch.

Getting tickets shouldn't be much of a problem, as long as you don't wait 'till the last minute. The higher up in the stands you can get, the better. The huge stand in turn 1 is mostly for seaon ticket and weekend pass holders, but you can get good seats along the frontstretch and in turn 4 if you just want to go to the Nextel Cup race. Again, try to get as high up as possible - the sightlines in the lower rows are not as good as they are at other tracks.

Ticket prices are relatively reasonable; Phoenix is certainly not the most expensive track to go to. But it's worth the extra money to sit up high.

Traffic was an absolute mess getting to the race, but this was largely because of the stormy weather (PIR actually sent out a very nice letter after the event - apologizing profusely for the traffic problems and promising it wouldn't happen again). Check the website for directions and pray for the best. The usual applies here - check out the website for restrictions on coolers and backpacks.

Also, if you are a smoker, bring extra cigarettes. You can get any alcoholic concoction you think of, but for some crazy reason, cigs are almost impossible to find! And this at a NASCAR race, yet!!!

Eastside Records...It's just...

by bottleofdoom

Eastside Records...It's just off campus from whatever college is up there. They are very reminicient of the record store in the movie Hi-Fidelity. Vinyl & CD's....books, mags, etc. They have lots of character....it's always nice when an employee offers you a beer while you're shopping.

I want you... to enjoy the best food around.

by snowsk8er about Uncle Sam's

Uncle Sam's is a cozy neighborhood restaurant located in north Phoenix. The eatery expresses the good ol' USA with red, white and blue colors, and depictions of Uncle Sam on the walls. They serve all sorts of goodies that will satisfy anyone with an appetite. Some sample menu items include pizzas, calzones, wings, hoagies, grinders, and salads. Uncle Sam's has been rewarded many times for their cheese steak sandwiches. I have yet to try a better cheese steak than Uncle Sam's. I really enjoy their pizza as well. I recommend getting the steak pizza. It's good, and you can't get one anywhere else. The hoagies, or cold sandwiches, are yummy too. I've been eating here for as long as I can remember; I've pretty much grew up on this food.

CHEVYS

by HeidiR about CHEVYS MEXICAN

I HAVE TO PUT THIS ONE ON VT AS MY BEST FRIEND HAS BEEN TELLING ME TO GO FOR MONTHS AND MONTHS. She says its the best mexican resterant she has ever been to and will definetly go back when she is next in the States.

It is actually a chain she went to the one in Florida. The one in Phoenix is actualy in Mesa opposite Fiesta Mall, which is on Alma School RD and just south of Southern Avenue. My opinion of the food was it was really good, probrably one of the better mexican resterants around. Weather it is absolutely the best food i have tasted, I am not sure I will have to go back again.

The Nacho chips and sauce were great. Possibly the best sauce I have had.
The big margarita was huge and didn't taste very alcoholic.
The fish tacos were very tasty

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Address: 4415 East Paradise Village Parkway South, Phoenix, Arizona, 85032, United States