Homewood Suites by Hilton Phoenix / Scottsdale

9880 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale, Arizona, 85253, United States
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If you only have a day - where can I go

by konniemario

Hi, I have an upcoming business trip to Scottsdale and am wondering if I should arrive one day earlier and do some sightseeing. Can I go to Grand Canyon if I only have one extra day? How to go about it? If not, any other suggestion?

RE: If you only have a day - where can I go

by mccalpin

For a bit of education, you might go visit Taliesin West, the western home of Frank Lloyd Wright (the architect), where there is a compound of buildings that further the study of his work. It was quite informative, and now that Scottsdale has grown, is hardly any distance at all outside the north end of town. Note that when Wright lived here, there were no city lights visible, because Camelback Mountain (I think that's the name) blocked the lights of Phoenix.

See http://www.franklloydwright.org/

Bill

RE: RE: If you only have a day - where can I go

by nicolaitan

in addition to the above excellent suggestion, other alternatives include a trip up to Carefree well less than one hour away. You could also drive up to Sedona which is 2+ hours - breathtaking. Grand Canyon is a little long for a oneday roundtrip.

RE: If you only have a day - where can I go

by miclev21

Honestly....check out Cave Creek as well as Camelback Mtn and Pinnacle Peak...Not sure how much nature stuff you like but these places are absolutely beautiful!!!! Go early to see beautiful sunrises and sets! Avoid the Pink Pony

RE: RE: If you only have a day - where can I go

by konniemario

Thanks for your answers. I will be staying at the Boulders Resort. I think it's in Carefree. How do I go to Sedona? Is there any day tours that would take me there? What else I can do in Carefree?

RE: RE: If you only have a day - where can I go

by dshinkle

From the Boulders resort it is only a few minutes drive to Cave Creek, which is full of great scenery, shops, and restaurants. And as an earlier posted said you should visit Pinnacle Peak which is also nearby and an easy hike. Then you could head south to Old Town Scottsdale.

Your concierge will point you in the right directions. You will love the Boulders!!!

RE: RE: If you only have a day - where can I go

by nicolaitan

well, you are surely going to have a great time at the Boulders, first class. For Sedona, and I don't remember the highway numbers, just drive north to Carefree and then west to the interstate. Go north and look for Sedona signs, no more than 1 1/2 hours. Just south of the Boulders is a small very exclusive shopping mall designed to remove whatever money is left after your stay. Have a great trip.

Travel Tips for Scottsdale

Phoenix First Fridays

by MDUBYAZ

A downtown phenomenon. The first Friday of every month (except in summer) there is a downtown art walk. Mostly unknown artists display their stuff, from paintings, photographs, sculptures, multimedia, etc. It makes one feel as if they've found some authentic culture in my city. If you are in town in the fall, check it out.

Bronze Horse Fountain

by Yaqui

This particular fountain is probably the most photograph sculpture in Scottsdale and rightly so. It is absolutely beautiful. It crowns this section of the shopping district so proudly. Sculpted by Bob Parks 1989 and located in the traffic circle at E. 5th Ave & N. Marshall Way.

Mid-Town Scottsdale for Everyone

by ArizonaExpert about Village Tavern

Don't be fooled by the word tavern here...this is not your local pub. This is a large restaurant with one of the largest and most comprehensive menus in the area. You can really get anything here...short of specialized ethnic food. They have great meats, chicken dishes and fish, plus pages of other options. It is large, and when busy, can be fairly loud inside, but it is spacious and with mostly booths, you maintain some sense of privacy. There is also a small outside section. Watch out for weekend nights, as wait times can be an hour. Make reservations! I last ordered flank steak, because my mom used to make it for me when I was a kid, and you don't often see it on a menu. The steak was perfectly done, and served in generous quantity, along with veggies and a baked potato.

My wife had fish and it was excellent, again, with large portions and sides.

Service staff is very friendly, even when very busy.

Local Hang Out for Good Food/Drink

by BruceDunning about Tavern Bar/Grill

The burger and fries were very good, and the burger is 1/2 pound. Cost of most items are $7-10, and beer is $3 a pint. It is bar food fare Well-why not have the hamburgers? It seems to be what the majority of people order, and it is good.

Rawhide ~ For Little Cowpokes

by starship

This tip should really be listed in "Off the Beaten Track" tips but the first time we visited Arizona and stayed in Scottsdale, we were told about "Rawhide" thought it would be a good place to take the "youngens" (young ones) who were 8 and 6 yrs. old at the time and it was, as they say, right up the road apiece and in Scottsdale.

This Western themepark was constructed to look like an old 1880's Western town. Rawhide had its own dusty main street bordered on either side by old, Western-style wooden-plank buildings and wooden-plank sidewalks. Tucked in here and there were the shootin' gallery (my son's favorite), shops, a saloon, the steakhouse and other buildings you might find in an old Western town. I remember best the shootout show where the good guys wearing white hats quickly dispatched the bad guys wearing black hats. It was quite an action show--especially for the little cowpokes. The shows are the heart & soul of Rawhide's character, but extras add a lot to the atmosphere.

Today Rawhide has moved from its original location in Scottsdale to a new location: Wildhorse Pass on the Gila River Indian Community in Chandler, AZ. They've added lots of new attractions such as stagecoach and burro rides, gold panning, a petting ranch, rock climbing, card shark shows, a mechanical bullride machine, and lots more.

If all this activity has whetted your appetite look no further than the Main Street. The Rawhide Steakhouse still serves up a big Western meal and even features live entertainment. The menu lists items you won't find in 'normal' places yet won't attract the likes of Andrew Zimmern: Rocky Mountain oysters (don't ask), and fried rattlesnake for instance. For normal people, there's barbecue ribs, USDA Choice steaks, barbecue chicken, baby-back ribs, prime rib, served with side dishes including cowboy beans, corn cobbette, and their green chili cornbread. ( $16.95 to $28.95) Leave room for dessert--they all sound good. Ask for a child's menu for the little ones ($7 assorted selections includes steak fries, beverage and a BADGE!!)

Golden Belle Saloon is located just next door if your taste is for specialty drinks, or just appetizers and desserts. Other dining choices are available and consider Rawhide's Sundown Cookout!

Rawhide can be a fun day for the whole family! Also a great place for kids' birthday parties!

Parking & admission to Rawhide is free; however and BUT, attractions, special events, games and shows require a fee. Check the ticket booth for more info. & prices.
PLEASE, check the website for opening dates and hours!!

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Address: 9880 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale, Arizona, 85253, United States