Marriott Phoenix Airport

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

1101 North 44th Street, Phoenix, Arizona, 85008, United States
Marriott Phoenix Airport
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Where to park a car for two weeks?

by Laurel914


I'm flying from the Phoenix airport next week and need to leave my car there for almost two weeks. Are there any long term parking areas that I can take a shuttle from to get to the airport?

Thank you!


Re: Where to park a car for two weeks?

by leics

I know nothing of any real use, but out of interest (for the future) I explored the parking options at the airport. Speaking as a Brit, 9/11USD per day is very good value for airport parking, and there are free shuttle buses available:

Re: Where to park a car for two weeks?

by YVRDave

Yes there are, check this site for locations, they charge a fee to book.

Re: Where to park a car for two weeks?

by bocmaxima

For the size of the airport, Phoenix Sky Harbor has very few options for off-airport parking lots and, in the past, I've always just parked at the economy lot at the airport itself. However, I've also only been there for about a week, max.
I would try calling some of the lots around there and negotiate a rate. All of them offer shuttles to the airport. The airport itself has long-term parking for $9/day, but you can't negotiate with them on that and you can get it cheaper outside the airport.
But, because this is the holidays, you're not going to get a great deal. This is their high season. You're looking at probably about $6 per day.
There are several lots on Van Buren, just north and west of the airport, as well as around 44th Street, north and east of the airport. There are also a couple on University, directly south of the airport. Look online though.

Re: Where to park a car for two weeks?

by Jamesr3939

check www.airportparklots.

Re: Where to park a car for two weeks?

by Laurel914

Thanks for your help everyone!

Travel Tips for Phoenix

Phoenix campers should do their homework!

by Karnubawax

Families and folks who are tent camping can face a lot of difficulties when trying to find a place to set up camp near Phoenix.

Unlike other places, many RV Parks in the Phoenix area do not welcome children. They are basically rolling retirement villiages and don't want screaming kids around. At some of these places, "kids" means anyone under 45 - and that's NOT a joke! In addition, many "campgrounds" are RVs only, and don't allow tent camping.

It's probably a good idea to do a little research. There are some great campgrounds at very reasonable prices to the northeast of Phoenix, and, unless you're there on the weekend, you probably don't need reservations. They are a ways out of town - not necessarily a bad thing. But if you just roll into Phoenix looking for 'campground' signs, you may get a lot of 'no's' before finding a place.

Bank One Ball Park/ Chase Field now

by malianrob

While in Phoenix we decided to catch a ball game. Too bad the Dodgers werent playing here. We saw the Angels vs the Diamond Backs. At first i wasnt too sure it would be a good idea. it was 117 degrees outside and i didnt know that the game was in doors. I have to saw Chase Fiels was awesome. It was nice to get in from the 117 degree heat into some nice air conditioned seats. the whole stadium was pretty nice. I have to say its different catching a game outside of LA. LA folks are just too rowdy. Rob and Koa were, of course, wearing their Dodger gear but no one said anything. The people were so friendly and we had a wonderful time. The whole place looked like state of the art.
Also there were hardly no lines in the consession stands or the restrooms. that was kinda cool. We didnt park too far away but with the blistering heat, having to walk in it was out of the question. These guys riding thier bikes with a bench on the back were all over the place. When they asked us if we wanted a lift we said YES! Basically they work on tips and it was well worth it to me.

A safari Experience in AZ - Out of Africa!

by jumpingnorman

There is a safari experience in the desert - the Out of Africa Wildlife Park which the a unique wildlife theme park complete with tigers and lions! There are safari vehicles where you can enjoy seeing the animals - the wildebeest, giraffe, zebra and more. The place is open year round except for Thanksgiving, Christmas and July 4th. Wednesday- Sunday 0930-5PM (admission closes at 4PM). Closed on Modays and Tuesday.

This safari place has regular shows like the Tiger Splash which features water play between the caretakers and the tigers, Wonders of Wildflife, Predator Feed and the Giant Snake Show (shows depending on day of the week).

Apparently, this place was started by Dean and Prayeri in 1988, and now it has become a favorite place to enjoy some piece of Africa in Arizona!

Located just 3 mi west of I-17 on Hwy 260 (exit 287) 25 minutes south of Sedona

verde Valley Justice Ct Rd, Camp Verde AZ

Actual non-touristy Mexican food

by PaulBenjamin about Pepe's Taco Villa

There is a large industry of restaurants in Phoenix that serve "Mexican" food to anglos. The most notable amongst the chains are Garcia's and Macayo's. If chimichangas and fajitas are what you are looking for, stay with those places.

Pepe's, on the other hand, is not a chain, it's a family-owned business where Pepe's wife Dora Luz, does the cooking. It is in a relatively bad neighborhood and the place wouldn't win any awards for aesthetics. The food, however, is magnificent, and the prices make you feel like you are getting away with something. My wife swears by the mole. I usually order the machacado. The Tecate is served in cans. The food somehow manages to seem very light in comparison to the Mexican food I am used to having.

Dinner at a Mansion on the Hill

by dshinkle about The Wrigley Mansion Club

In 1932, Wrigley Gum founder William Wrigley build an 18,000 sq. foot mansion for his wife on mountain overlooking the small town of Phoenix. He died later that year in one of the bedrooms.

The mansion was purchased by the heir to the Hormel fortune, Geordie Hormel. He has remodeled the home and wants everyone to be able to enjoy it. For less than $50 you can tour the mansion and have an elegant lunch or dinner. Geordie is frequently at the mansion planning piano for the guests on original Steinway.

The mansion overlooks the beautiful Biltmore resort, which as a lot of history of its own (for example, Ronald Reagan spent his honeymoon there and it was designed by Frank Loyd Wright).

To meet zoning regulations, the Mansion is a private club. For $10 a year you can join, which is collected upon entry. You can also skip the mansion tour and just have dinner or lunch (but you will be missing out!!!).


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Address: 1101 North 44th Street, Phoenix, Arizona, 85008, United States