Hilton Suites Phoenix

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

10 East Thomas Road, Phoenix, Arizona, 85012-3114, United States
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Satisfaction Excellent
Very Good

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 29% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families85
  • Couples78
  • Solo80
  • Business78

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Three Star

by joannago about Hilton Suites Phoenix

Hilton Suites Phoenix is a suite hotel with a medium size category. It has 226 Suites features a large bedroom with private bath, living room with tv, wet bar, sofa bed, coffee brewer, refrigerator and microwave as well as a dining/work table that seats four. It is also classified as three star hotel and an Airport hotel. The hotel is convenient to many dining, shopping and entertainment venues. Hotel Facilities

* Airport Transportation - $12.00-$17.00,
* Business Center - Fee Applies,
* Dry Cleaning Service,
* Fitness Equipment,
* Garden,
* Gift Shop Or Newsstand,
* In House Bar,
* Lounge,
* Meeting Room (Small Groups),
* Parking (Valet),
* Parking Garage - Fee,
* Photocopy Machine,
* Restaurant(s),
* Sauna,
* Swimming Pool - Indoor,
* Wake Up Service,
* Whirlpool

Room Types

* Standard 2 Double Beds,
* Standard King

Room Amenities

* Sofa Bed

Added amenities: breakfast buffett daily for $9.95 per person. The hotel offers garage parking for a fee. The fitness center features an indoor pool, sauna, spa and weight room. A 24-hour business center offers a personal computer, copier and fax machine, for a fee.


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Forum Posts

visiting for first time phoenix

by isa-08

Hi, Im´m planning to go to phoenix in march with my nephew, i was looking for the america´s best value inn downtown wich is in w. van buren and 5th, i would like to know if this street, hotel and area is safe for walk from the downtown to this hotel and to the central station because i will not be able to ren´t a car, also can you help me with a aprox. fare in a cab from this hotel to the university of phoenix stadium, or if you c an tell me wich buses do i have to take to go there, if you consider not a good and safe hotel (the america´s best value inn downtown) can you recommend one for a women and a kid nearest to a light train or bus stoop. i will apreciatte all your comments. Thank you!

Re: visiting for first time phoenix

by yvr

Property does not get very good reviews, you might want to look at something else.

Re: visiting for first time phoenix

by toddecus

That's kind of a tough one without some more information.

Thoughts... DownTown is pretty safe during the day and not too bad in the early evening, but I wouldn't go running around late at night. There is relatively little to do down there after sunset.
The new light rail may be able to get you to a more resort like hotel for the same price and may even be heading out towards the new stadium.
In general, I would guess you would pay $50 each way on the cab, but you may see if super shuttle is running something for the games, or maybe there is a shuttle specifically for the games. (lots of people like to avoid the parking/traffic this way)

There are very nice (relatively inexpensive resorts out on the west side of phoenix, and they often have shuttles from the airport (right next to downtown).

The hampton inn we stayed at was very nice, and I think I paid around $75/night.
You would need a vehicle though.

Side note rental cars from the airport are VERY expensive. But other places around are far less.

Hope this helps.

Re: visiting for first time phoenix

by bocmaxima

The west side of Phoenix's Downtown starts to get into a particularly bad area. That motel also kind of sucks. You should find something else, IMHO.
I don't know what you mean by "Central Station." Do you mean the bus station? If so, the Greyhound depot is actually over closer to the airport. There is a Crucero depot on the east side of Downtown. Both can be accessed by the light rail.

Which hotel you choose depends on your budget. There are a few hotels up Central Avenue that are great, but close to the $100 range. I've stayed at an Extended Stay Deluxe up there a couple of times, and really like it, if only for the neighborhood. You may be better off staying out by the airport, for price sake, but not a lot of the airport hotels are close to the light rail. If you do look at airport hotels, stay away from anything on East Van Buren. Really bad area.

Phoenix does have an extensive bus system though, and, if all else fails, you can use an airport hotel's free shuttle to get to the terminal, then take the airport's bus to the light rail station. A bit roundabout, but it's an option.

Also, you should know that March is baseball spring training time in Phoenix, and hotels are difficult to obtain and have much higher rates than any other time of the year.


Travel Tips for Phoenix

The Arizona Cardinals at Sun Devil Stadium

by dshinkle

Next season the Cardinals will be playing at a new, climate controlled stadium, so this tip will no longer be relevant.

From the freeway, Sun Devil Stadium looks amazing, like it is built into the side of a mountain. However, the sad truth is this is one of the WORST places you could ever watch an NFL football game.

Take, for example, a game in 2003 against Green Bay. It was early September, and about 105 degrees at kickoff. As you would expect, many die hard Packer fans made the trip and they had been tailgating. They came pouring in the gate with their heavy duty #4 jerseys on, their cheese heads in place, in their jeans. Also, coming in the gate were the Cardinals fans. They are wearing shorts, and light-weight Cardinals t-shirts, carrying water, because they know that the humidity is only about 5 percent. Every sports arena in Phoenix allows you to carry water into the arena, and if don’t have it you will be sorry.

To get a beer or get to your seat you must crowd into the tiny concourse where the line for the concessions, the long line for the bathrooms, and people trying to walk through the concourse all converge creating hot, sweaty chaos. And by halftime they were out of beer and all the water the Cardinals were selling was warm. By the third quarter they were out of water also, which was not only bad planning, but could have killed some of those cheese heads.

The stadium is built out of concrete and bakes like an oven. The fans sit on uncomfortable metal benches. One side of the has more shade and those tickets cost more. Some people try to get the tickets high in the lower bowl because they are under an overhang.

It isn’t all bad though… it is easy to get tickets (although they aren’t cheap), there is plenty of parking, and the stadium is next to Mill Ave, where all the great bars and restaurants are. Plus, your teams gets to play the Cardinals, usually an easy win. The neighborhood is very safe and touristy. There is a nice golf course on the other side of the stadium and there are several hotels right by Mill Ave, in easy walking distance. The Mission Palms (which is great) and the Marriot Courtyard come immediately to mind.

Tuzigoot Stone Monument in Arizona

by jumpingnorman

Cottonwood is just a little over an hour drive from Phoenix, but immediately you feel like you are transported into another time of cowboys and Indans after you reach the Old Town of this city...

Just follow the road out of Cottonwood and then you turn right when you see the Tuzigoot sign (the GPS did not give correct directions), and then there it is ----a stone structure looming on a hill in the horizon. This is the ultimate Sinaguan ruin left by a people that mysteriously disappeared from this area in the 1400s. Why? Famine, weather, boredom?

Once there, you go to the museum for $5 tickets for those more than 15 yo (as of 2008). The 4yo twins were free....

In the Sinagua Museum, you find a room showing how these ancient people led their daily lives. These included grinding corn, cooking, weaving cloth, drying skins and making baskets. You will also notice the presence of the colorful Macaw bird – this meant that there was probably trading with Mexico and also some pottery trading from the north. Their pottery is notably undecorated and you will see several storage containers.

And then you go up the trails going up to the structure. The trail is wheelchair friendly and the kids loved following it - one mile of it!

Tuzigoot means “crooked water’ in Apache, and I wonder if it refers to that little river we passed by earlier? And the stone structure at the end of the trail was originally two stories high in places and with 77 ground floor rooms. Entry was then mostly by ladders through roof openings – I guess this is a construction marvel to protect from the scorching heat and cold.

The views around this 42 acre monument are spectacular and so get your cameras ready for the ultimate Sinaguan experience...

Located on Highway 89 between Cottonwood and Clarkdale

A restaurant for every taste

by Chiky about Anything and everything

Mexican-Carlos O'Briens and Abuelo's, Chineese- Flo's and Shangri-La, American/ Burgers 5 & Diner and Hamburger Works, Greek- The Golden Greek, Italian- Molise and Red Devil, Sushi-Zen 32 and RA, Cajun- Voodoo Daddy's and Baby K's, Southwestern- Z' tejas, Variety- Cheesecake Factory, Native American- Indian Frybread House, Steak & Seafood- The Grill at the TPC and Joe's Crab Shack, Light Fare- Paradise Bakery and Wildflower Bread Company .... just for starters!

Good food

by HeidiR about Jason's Deli

Quick and easy for lunch or dinner. It's like an upmarket Subway. The shop offers sandwiches, wraps,subs, spuds and soups. It has a salad bar too. You can eat in or take away. Interesting pictures on the walls Portabella Mushroom Wrap . . . . . . . . . 5.99
Grilled portabella mushrooms with Leo’s Italian
dressing, sautéed onions and bell peppers, homemade
guacamole and melted Swiss cheese rolled up in a
veggie wrap. Served with chips and a pickle.

This is my favourite.


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Address: 10 East Thomas Road, Phoenix, Arizona, 85012-3114, United States