Sleep Inn at North Scottsdale Road

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

16630 North Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale, Arizona, 85254, United States
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
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Average
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Poor
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 25% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Families91
  • Couples97
  • Solo88
  • Business87

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possible activities

by musaphir

we plan to spend about a week in scottsdale, arizona and request familiar people to guide us about possible activities that we could engage in. day trip suggestions are also welcome so that we can really get a feel of the area.

musaphir

RE: possible activities

by bilgeez

When are you going and where are you staying? If you go April-October, It is going to be HOT! Over 35 degrees every day! the sun is intense. You won't want to do much between 10 am and 6pm then if you are not used to such heat.
What are you into? There are several desert 4-wheel drive outfits that will take you on desert tours. There are several north of Phoenix, near Black Canyon City and east of Phoenix near Apache Junction. Do you play golf? There are golf courses all over the Phoenix area. Just south of Scottsdale, in Phoenix, is a park that has some Native American ruins. It is a very short trip and one can take the city buses there. Scottsdale itself doesn't offer much in scenic view, except for Camelback Mountain which is just west of, actually borders on Scottsdale. There are many art galleries in Old Town Scottsdale that feature western and Native American art. But most are VERY expensive. There is a big shopping mall, the Scottsdale Galleria at Scottsdale and Camelback Roads. If you want to drive further north off I-17 there are Montazuma's Well and Castle NA ruins and Sedona, an artist community. Those are about an hour to two hours north of Phoenix. You could also go to Prescott, AZ. Go downtown to "Whiskey Row" and visit Charlotte Hall museum to see what the pioneer days were like in the late 1800's.
If you can give me specifics about when and where you'll be there and what you have an interest for, I can give you more specific info about what to do and how to get there.

RE: RE: possible activities

by musaphir

Hi Bilgeez
many thanks for the info. we plan to be in scottsdale from 15th to 22nd april and hope to stay at the cambeback resort. while we are not into golfing we love to explore historical places, ancient monuments included.
we love to see the local way of life, with glimpses of past wherever possible.
sure any destination with a couple of hours drive will be our kind of activities. we includes my wife in this case. being into late sixties we would no be able to engage into very active kind of activities like the desert safaris but sure, driving around into towns where we can experience the flavour of local life is what we would like to do.please see what you can think of.
regards
musaphir

Travel Tips for Scottsdale

This is a great location with...

by shiran_d

This is a great location with lots of rich and prominent people live in the the State of Arizona.
I loved this pretty location.
We were out on the high street going from shop to shop.
Appriciating the traditional art and cultural artifacts made by the locals Americans.

Great

Fountain Hills

by EllenH

Not far from Scottsdale in a very pretty part of the valley is the town of Fountain Hills. They have the worlds tallest fountain. At fountain park there is a lake and in the center of the lake is a fountain. At full capacity the fountain shoots 560 feet into the air. The day we saw it we estimated it to be at only around 350 feet and it was still very cool. The fountain runs for 15 minutes, every hour on the hour from 10 am to 9 pm daily.

Old Fashion Palor!

by Yaqui about Sugar Bowl

Loved this place and so did my boys. We had some old fashion sugar bowl ice cream, while my boys had fries. It is right in the historical down town area and close to all the neat shopping. Sugar Bowl Menumenu

Want a Romantic Dinner with Great Food?

by ArizonaExpert about Elements at Sanctuary

For our 5th anniversary, I took my wife to Elements at Sanctuary resort. Knowing what to ask for on a special occasion, I reserved a booth near the windows that look over Paradise Valley. What a view! Watching the sunset from our seats was spectacular, and the lights below after that were dazzling.

The food and service were equally spectacular. We opted for a slow, one course at a time meal, and the staff obliged. My wife is also a vegetarian, but finding items to share was not a big problem. Both the soup and salads we selected were outstanding (sorry I forgot which ones).

She had Tappia and I had a lamb chop for the main course, and once again, the place did not disappoint.

Dessert was fantastic and we just enjoyed each other and the view.

I would rate this as one of the top 3 meals of the year for us, and a must go place for romantic, special, or anytime dinner! We couldn't find anything that was bad!

Mojave Desert - Explination of the Saguaro's arms!

by Jerelis

We also drove through the windmill park of Palm Springs. There are about 2000 windmills located there. Palm Springs is an artificial oasis and the favorite golf destination for the rich and famous of Hollywood. We had lunch in Blythe, which is a dried out little town.

And finally we saw quite a lot of Saguaro's, which is a large cactus. An Indian legend told us that the cactus represends a dead indian. Each arm on the cactus is a woman he had a relationship with. When the arm goes up the relationship was good and when the arm goes down it wasn't such a good relationship.

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Address: 16630 North Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale, Arizona, 85254, United States