Park Plaza Phoenix North

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

2641 West Union Hills Drive, Phoenix, Arizona, 85027, United States
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Costs 57% less but rated 22% lower than other 3 star hotels

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  • Families52
  • Couples63
  • Solo50
  • Business23

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Forum Posts

Phoenix sign

by dgbecker

How do you get to the "Phoenix" sign that is situated on the side of the mountain from east Mesa.

Re: Phoenix sign

by YVRDave

Go to google maps and put in Usery Mountains. This will show you the sign. Zoom out and see how you can drive there

Re: Phoenix sign

by puerto_lover

Hope you like this answer.
Open GOOGLE MAPS.
Cut and paste in the Search Box this:
Microwave Tower Road Phoenix AZ
Like a miracle you will be able to open a satellite image of the Phoenix Sign.
We are talking Usery Mountain park
http://www.maricopa.gov/parks/usery/Directions.aspx

Re: Phoenix sign

by bocmaxima

The road up is private and gated, and the sign itself is on private property (not part of the park). It's a popular recreation area, so I'm sure they have people going up there, but I'm sure they also have people out to keep it from being vandalized, like the "A" in Tempe is almost every year.
Also, there's a gun range at the base. That, in itself, would keep me away.

Re: Phoenix sign

by YVRDave

LOL, I was about to say 'There is no A in Tempe' when my brain finally clicked on.

Re: Phoenix sign

by PASue

The Phoenix sign is cool. Never heard of it. What is it made out of?

Also, so I'm going duh and you're all laughing. What is the A in tempe?

Re: Phoenix sign

by YVRDave

Arizona State University

Travel Tips for Phoenix

Big City

by HeidiR

Phoenix is a huge city, yes it is in the middle of the desert but no its not in the middle of no where. You may think of Phoenix as being in the middle of no where so why bother going there. In reality it is a massive city with lots of different supburbs (Chandler, Tempe, Scotsdale, Gilbert, mesa, Paradise Valley, glendale ACTUALLY THEY ARE CALLED CITIES!!!). You can do or buy justabout anything that you can do or buy elsewhere in the states.
Yes I believe it can get extremely hot here, I have only experienced january so far and its extremely plesant. During the day it is a very comfortable temperature probably mid 20's C or mid 70's F and at night all you have to do is put on a sligtly warm top and its very plesant. however in the summer it can get to 110 F. Although I probably wouldn't recommend Phoenix as a holiday resort I think it is a really good location to explore Arizona. perhaps use Phoenix as the airportt for getting in and out of the state. To Sedona the beautiful red rock country its only 119 miles, Flagstaff 145 miles, grand Canyon(228 miles), Hoover Dam (259 miles), Lake Havasu city (206 miles).

We intend travelling to Sedona (119 miles) then the Grand Canyon (further 100 miles), then Brize canyon in a week. there are many national parks in arizona. There is even a point in Arizona where you can stand in the corner and be next to 3 other states!!!

Shaw Butte Hike in North Mountains

by BruceDunning

This hike was a bit easier than others. It starts out on a flat trail that continues for maybe 1 1/2 miles before climbing around the butte and traversing through a crevasse between some hills. I went about 3 miles of the 4 miles around the circumference.

Shopping at the Desert Botanical Gardens

by VeronicaG about The Garden Shop

Anyone visiting Phoenix would enjoy the desert's treasures in the Spring, especially here at the Desert Botanical Gardens. Like most museums or botanical gardens there is a gift shop, which is located near the entrance.

Wonderful things await within...I discovered some lightly scented soaps made from natural vegetation which can be found throughout this desert state. Prickly Pear and Desert Aloe soap to be exact--umm, they smell wonderful (picture 3)!

You can also thumb through a large variety of books and cards, choose a plant or perhaps a special garden inspired gift. The Botanical Gardens cat might even stir from a nap to greet you warmly for stopping by (picture 2)!

Garden Shop hours are 9am-5pm daily.

Mexican

by HeidiR about On the border

On the border-Mexican Grill and Cantina.

First resterant I have been to in Phoenix. Excellent food, you are given a big bowl of nacho chips and salsa. (Little tip, don't finish them or you will be given another big bowl leaving no room for your dinner!) I had an unusual Salmon dish. It was grilled with a sauce on top. Served with rice, veg and beans. Very nice.

Their description "From traditional dishes to grilled meat specialties" Hours 11am-10PM

Satisfaction-satisfied, food great, service can be slow. Great chipsand salsa, no need to eat just drink margaritas

Great Icecream at Maggie MOos

by HeidiR about Icecream

This is a fantastic icecream shop. It has about 40 flavours of ice cream made fresh on the premises.

Choose a variety of mix ins One of my favourites is cheesecake flavour with an oreo mix in.

Ray Road and the I10, 48th Street. Just next door to Albertsons on Ray Road
Foothills Park Place
4940 E. Ray Road, Suite 40
Phoenix, AZ 85044
480-496-6666

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Address: 2641 West Union Hills Drive, Phoenix, Arizona, 85027, United States