Phoenix Travel Guide
Instead of a poolside lounge or round of golf, visit Frank Lloyd Wright’s former studio and retreat (now home to the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation). Daily guided tours are kept small and last from one to three hours.
Three-day rafting trips along the Colorado River, from $725 per person.
Owned by the same people as La Grande Orange Pizzeria, people come from near and far for the thick, chewy homemade English muffins at this neighborhood nerve center in a stretch of town at Arc
Here you can hike deep into the desert without leaving a paved path or proximity to a cold drink.
Glitterati party place
This tiny music club doubles as a by-appointment-only art gallery and showcases some terrific talent to see and hear.
Approximately ninety acres in size, this North Phoenix monument to the traditional, Old West way of living in 1800’s Arizona first opened in 1965, with the help of U.S. senators and Cabinet members.
While waiting for a table at the next-door Pizzeria Bianco, enjoy handmade cocktails and appetizers at this candlelit bar, located downtown on Heritage Square.
The Spa at Camelback Inn sits at the base of Mummy Mountain, with sweeping views of Camelback Mountain, Paradise Valley and the downtown Phoenix skyline.
The Mix is Scottsdale's answer to Fred Segal with a well curated collection of locally owned boutiques for close, beauty, home, and even toys.
The agency offers chauffeured transportation with a hybrid fleet.
Here lies the coolest spot in town when it comes to art and architecture.
Volunteers maintain this intimate, peaceful haven that features a 12-foot waterfall, dozens of plants and trees (including Indian laurel fig, purple leaf plum, and Japanese maple), streams, and a koi pond, all here to honor Phoenix’s sister city, Himeji,
A tico is a person from Costa Rica who subscribes to the national slogan pura vida, or pure life, and Ticoz Resto-Bar in Windsor Square embraces this slogan with authentic, fresh Latin tropical fushion cuisine.
Far-sighted preservationists saved this hill from becoming little more than a grand backyard of one of the mega-mansions that surround the North Scottsdale peak.