Motel 6 Phoenix Airport

214 S 24th St, I-10 at Exit #148/Jefferson St, Phoenix, Arizona, 85034, United States
Motel 6 Phoenix Airport
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Car hire/Super8 in Phoenix

by yodude

Hi, i am thinking of using this Motel,
Super 8 Motel -
Phoenix Airport Downtown
3401 E Van Buren.
Anyone have experience of this establishment ?
Also they have "Arizona leasing" car hire on site which looks very convenient, are they any better / worse than the big names in car hire ?
Any comments welcome,
Thanks in advance.

RE: Car hire/Super8 in Phoenix

by bocmaxima

Per that Super 8: it's cheap and I've heard good things. However, that's a REALLY sketchy part of town. Lots of drugs and prostitution, but not in that particular hotel from what I understand. Just the neighboring ones. There's also nothing around there for food.

RE: Car hire/Super8 in Phoenix

by micmac99

If I were you I would use this Motel 6

Phoenix East #0018
5315 E Van Buren Street

This part of Van Buren Street is slightly nicer, as there are some newly built upscale apartment complexes geared towards Scottsdale/Tempe/Chandler office workers and Arizona State University students, and only about 5-10 min east of that Super 8. You will have to drive to 44th Street or even into Tempe to find dining options. There is a small strip mall at Priest Drive and Washington, a short drive southeast, with a Moe's Mexican Grill, Pier 39 Pizza and a Starbucks.

Van Buren Street from 44th Street westward to the downtown buildings is indeed sketchy, esp. at night. The major national chain motels are OK but the older properties have devolved into transient skid-row-like flophouses.

RE: Car hire/Super8 in Phoenix

by micmac99

Also, I would stick with the major national rental car chains like Hertz, Budget, Alamo, etc, and get your car from the Sky Harbor Airport facility, they just built a dedicated central rent-a-car building west of the main terminals, with shuttle buses.

RE: Car hire/Super8 in Phoenix

by yodude

Hi, thanks for the replies, very helpfull.
Have booked the Motel 6 in Phoenix (very cheap) and now looking at car hire.
Thanks again.

Travel Tips for Phoenix

Climb the Hole-in-the-Rock hill at Papago Park

by Maria250

The "Hole-in-the-Rock" is a very popular spot for ppl who love climbing, walking the dog, or just taking their kids out there to the Papago Park. These rock formations are accessible (even while carrying a cup of nicely hot coffee) via a smoothly going path that passes behind and around the hill. We were climbing up to the "face of the hill" to reach the chamber, although this might be dangerous for kids & inexperienced! We saw a dude climbed up, up, up even to the very top. He did really a good job!! The chamber yet already provides a fantastic view of the city of Phoenix!! A nearly constant wind blows through the openings in the rock.

The "Hole-in-the-Rock is a series of openings (tafoni) eroded in a small hill composed of bare red arkosic conglomerate sandstone. The sandstone was first formed some 6-15 million years ago, and the tafoni are thought to have been eroded by water. An open, shelter-like chamber in the face of the formation communicates with the rear of the formation via a hole eroded completely through the rock. Another substantial opening exists in the “ceiling” of the chamber. There is evidence that the Hohokam, early inhabitants of the region, used and recorded the position of sunlight shining through the latter opening to mark the seasons.."
wikipedia

Las vegas

by HeidiR

You can get really cheap flights from PHoenix to places like Las Vegas. As long as you book 21 days in advance the fare is only $29 one way. Alternatively its about 5 hr drive.

Hotel prices vary, there are plenty of cheap websites to look at however the following hotels promise the cheapest priceon their own websites

Luxor
Excalibular
Circus Circus
Mandalay Bay

Nice chinese food!!

by srigaya22 about Chopstixx

Chopstixx is a nice restuarant.. Again as i am a vegetarian and dont get many options to choose from i actually get to customize the dishes.And everytime we go there the same taste is maintained . Vegetable Rice

Urban Latin Food

by queencreekfreak about TICOZ Resto-Bar

I love this place! The food is excellent and the ambience even better. The decor is fresh and hip. They have a beautiful dining area, patio and bar. A great place to sit and have a drink or appetizer. Hip Adult atmosphere, leave the kiddies at home. We enjoyed the street tacos in beef or shrimp. Their calamari was tender and delicious , servied with an interesting sort of tomatillo sauce for dipping. I had an excellent sort of panini sandwich with shredded beef. Many of the dishes are served with corn dusted waffle fries. The presentations are great. The service is good too.

Check out the full menu on their website.

Go to see a Baseball Game at...

by sam-zam

Go to see a Baseball Game at Bank One Ballpark.
It is a fantastic stadium with a roof that opens. This still works because the air-conditioning blows down on the fans and you don't get too hot. We are very proud of the park and the Diamondbacks.

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 Motel 6 Phoenix Airport

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Address: 214 S 24th St, I-10 at Exit #148/Jefferson St, Phoenix, Arizona, 85034, United States