The Ritz-Carlton Phoenix

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

2401 E. Camelback Rd., Phoenix, Arizona, 85016, United States
The Ritz-Carlton, Phoenix
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 37% less than similarly rated 5 star hotels

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  • Families79
  • Couples86
  • Solo67
  • Business74

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Forum Posts

Western Bars

by blackdyna07

We are looking for a place to go where there is dancing like the two step and traveling swing or the gitter bug, is there a place any where around like this. thank you Julie

Re: Western Bars

by YVRDave

People were dancing here - Greasewood Flats

Re: Western Bars

by toddecus

This is a little late if you were traveling, but FYI.
Graham Central Station
They have 3 full different dance rooms.
80's, hip hop, and country (which is the largest)
+ a small kareoke room (which I stay out of)

Greasewood is a little quieter these days as the north end of scottsdale got beat up pretty good by the economy. but a fun place if you are up north in scottsdale.

Re: Western Bars

by YVRDave

Thanks Todd

Re: Western Bars

by emjayh

I recommend Cave Creek north of PHoenix. True cowboy bars with decent food
Try Harold's then walk over to the Buffalo Chip SAloon.

Travel Tips for Phoenix


by suzyav8trix

You won't find many natural "bodies" of water in and around Phoenix, but every BODY needs extra water while they're here.

Be like the locals and carry a 1/2 liter or larger bottle of water with you everywhere you go -- driving, to work, to school, hiking, golfing, EVERYWHERE -- and drink from it. Try to drink at least 1 liter more than you would at home, and even more than that if you're physically active. Please, do not become dehydrated. It will ruin your vacation. If you wait until you FEEL thirsty, you're already dehydrated. Also, if you partake in consuming alcohol, please drink 1 8 oz glass of water for every drink you have. Or you WILL have a killer headache -- which is caused by dehydration and has no "quick" cure. Drink your water. Your body and mind will thank you.

Not all green fees break the bank

by ostbarn

In Indian Bend wash which runs through the east side of Scottsdale, are a few golf courses which charge as little as $12 per round. Okay it's not Troon North or the Tournament Players Club, but it is golf in the sun.

Drive to Rocky Point MEXICO from PHOENIX!

by jumpingnorman

Unlike other Mexican borders like Tiajuana in San Diego, Rocky Point (also known as Puerto Penasco) is a more peaceful and serene retreat. You can drive to Rocky Point from Phoenix in just a little over four hours --- better to make sure you bring your passport with you though.

The drive is relatively easy, and you just have to purchase Mexican auto insurance which can be bought along the way or online. Depending on your type of car, prices range from $50-100 per day. And once you arrive at the border, you just have to drive for another 30-45 minutes before you see the tourist are.

You would be amazed at how wonderful the hotels and resorts are. Actually, a lot of Americans have bought properties in the area and are actually renting it on a day-to-day retreat for vacationers (mostly coming from adjacent Arizona, Texas and California).

The rooms are one to even four bedroom suites and are fully furnished in most establishments. It is easy to drive around in and the people are also used to tourists.

Too hot to miss!

by elmasri about Aunt Chilladas

Great food - a bit too spicy for me but delicious nonetheless... I had chicken enchilada with salad (thank goodness) and sangria (unfortunately, not very nice at all - if compared to the one I prepare).

A slew of great fun and fine dining opportunities

by thechels

Throughout the state of Arizona you'll find both 'fun' and fine dining experiences.
My personal "fun" fave's are the Murder mystery dinners. These are ALOT OF fun
• Delicious 3-Course Dinner
• Hilarious 2-1/2 Hour Show
• New Identities for our Guests
• Bribe Money (for clues)
• Fashion Parade
• Audience Participation &
• Silver Slueth Award for whoever solves the crime.
Shows every Sat. January thru November. Show time 7:30PM suggested arrival 7PM.
December, Tues. thru Sun... some matinees.
For Kid mysteries:
Enjoy a magical theater experience with your kids at Who Stole the Magic Beans? , an exciting new interactive mystery-comedy for children
• Yummy Lunch
• Interactive Family Show
• Fun Craft Activities
• Prizes for all kids (480) 994-1520
The last time I attended was 3 years ago, and it was 30.00/ticket/person. (all inclusive of a gr8 dinner activity)

In DOWNTOWN Phoenix, a "classy" fave is the compass room is a very elegant 'high-scale' restaraunt. (The kind ya gots ta git all purdied up fer! An' spind' lotsa muney'!)
Compass Room at The Hyatt Regency
122 N Second St
Phoenix, AZ 85004
(602) 252-1234
Editorial Review
Arizona's only revolving restaurant offers remarkable sunsets and twinkling city lights for a night-on-the-town dining experience.

Of course mention of RawHide must be made!!! it's free admittance and a "total blast" for the imagination in complete COWBOY CHAOS!!! GREAT FUN FOR ALL AGES!!!! A MUST DO/SEE
(like a miniature "Tombstone" in Scottsdale)
In fact just the website for Rawhide will 'gitchyur' boots'a sheiotkickin' and toe'zies a tappin' ... diggit .. go to the website and turn up the volume... form of dead animal (excluding pig!!!) and form of potato is ALWAYS MY FAVORITE!
I so wish I had enough will restraint to be a vegetarian but... (as but ALWAYS negates what came before it...)I could never ever give up chicken!(very fond of turkey, too, now)... But am trying to give up red meat all together.
To all you Vegans out there... God Bless you! You have my UTMOST RESPECT!


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 The Ritz-Carlton Phoenix

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Address: 2401 E. Camelback Rd., Phoenix, Arizona, 85016, United States