TownePlace Suites Scottsdale

10740 North 90th Street, Scottsdale, Arizona, 85260, United States
TownePlace Suites Scottsdale
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In Scottsdale for the Winter

by rqmt

Does anyone know about the Apartment complex called Joshua Tree in Scottsdale? I am looking for a place soon and only need it for the winter. I will be doing a PGA apprenticeship at a course in Scottsdale. Any advice for apartments would be aapreciated I will need one for 6 months.

RE: In Scottsdale for the Winter


My golf pro does something similar. I can ask him. I never heard of those apartments however. What course are you apprenticing at?

RE: In Scottsdale for the Winter

by bilgeez

Are you apprenticing at the PGA course in N Scottsdale? If so, Joshua Tree is fairly close, you may want to check out N Phoenix (near Bell Road or even a bit north of there, apartments in Phoenix tend to be cheaper than Scottsdale. I am familiar with Joshua Tree, it was fairly delux, if you can afford it, I'd say go for it. But you may find something cheaper that is just as nice and has the same amenities as JT. Most places in Phoeniz area aren't that old, so they aren't run-down! Most apt complexes are owned by big corps or REITs and are professionally managed, so they keep them up. I've stayed at several complexes in the Phoenix area and can't really say anything bad about them. Just depends on how close you want to be to work and how much you can pay. Traffic in the Phoenix area is pretty horrible and you want to try to be going opposite of rush hour if you can! (Which means going north or east in the am and opposite in pm if you are in Scottsdale). If you have any other questions, feel free to ask!

Travel Tips for Scottsdale

Taliesin West is a definite...

by tim123

Taliesin West is a definite must in Scottsdale. The famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright moved here to built a winter home in 1927 and didn't finish building it in 30 years. The house resides on 600 acres of desert which Wright used to almost camoflage his house in.

Pinnacle Peak...

by kazander

Towards the northern end of Scottsdale are some very pretty vistas including an interesting mountain named Pinnacle Peak. We only viewed it from afar, but there are hiking and riding trails that go up the mountain.
check out this website for some more history and info on the area.


by newsphotogirl about Houstons

We wanted to try this place because it always smelled wonderful everytime we passed by. I think they are owned by Banderas which is a restaurant where I used to eat in Denver.

It seems to be busy all the time. I like the decor. We had the Spinach Dip appetizer. I had the Ahi Tuna Salad and my husband had the Ribs. Everything was good. The service was excellent as well. Ribs

Relive the Old West

by spartan about Rawhide Steakhouse & Saloon

This western-style restaurant (a fixture in the western-themed village of Rawhide) offers live country-and-western music every night. Unique appetizers include fried rattlesnake, barbecue ribs, and mesquite-broiled shrimp while entrees include a variety of steaks, barbecue chicken, baby-back ribs, prime rib, and other western delicacies (all meals are served with a tossed garden salad, cowboy beans, a daily side dish and corn bread).

Ok, I am a golfer and...


Ok, I am a golfer and Scottsdale has some of the most amazing golf courses (both visually and structurally) that I've seen, anyhwhere. The contrast between the grass and the desert (and the mountains) is really very cool, and sometimes you'll even see some man-made lakes. However, by and large the courses here are expensive (more than $100 a round, sometimes much more).


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Address: 10740 North 90th Street, Scottsdale, Arizona, 85260, United States