Treat yourself to affordable style at Courtyard Phoenix Camelback, located just minutes from Biltmore Fashion Park and Arizona Biltmore Golf Club.
Our state-of-the-art lobby features a new, more personal arrival experience that is sure to delight even the most traveled road warrior.
After a day at Biltmore, gather with friends or colleagues over a cocktail in our refreshing lobby.
Lobby Seating Area
During downtime, stay comfortable and productive in our sophisticated lobby with flexible seating areas and complimentary wireless Internet access.
Lobby Home Theater
With plenty of seating, free Wi-Fi and a large flat-screen TV, our lobby home theater provides the perfect escape at the end of a long day. Socialize with friends, enjoy a drink or connect and catch up with family - the choice is yours.
Our courtyard terrace is complete with comfy seating and tables making it the perfect way to enjoy the beautiful outdoors with friends and family.
Comfortably sleep up to four guests in the stylish queen/queen guest rooms at our hotel near the Arizona Biltmore. Travelers can stay connected to friends, family and colleagues with complimentary Wi-Fi.
King Guest Room
Discover sophisticated comfort in a king guest room with ample room to spread out in style. Kick back on the sofa or stay productive with complimentary Wi-Fi and a well-lit work desk.
Guest Room Work Desk
Prepare for meetings or catch up on emails with free high-speed Wi-Fi, a movable work desk with an ergonomic chair, and plenty of places to plug in.
Freshen up for the day in well-lit bathrooms offering large vanities and an array of complimentary bath products.
Paul Mitchell® Amenities
Shower. Repeat. Relax. Enjoy Paul Mitchell products next time you stay with us.
Ideal for a group getaway or business trip, our Double/Double Suites can accommodate up to five guests across two double beds and a pull-out sofa bed in the separate living room.
After attending an event at nearby Talking Stick Arena, retreat to one of our hotel’s King Suites with a private bedroom, free Wi-Fi and a flat-panel TV featuring a full lineup of cable channels.
Suite Living Area
Gather with friends, family or colleagues in spacious suite living areas at our Phoenix hotel on Camelback Road. Watch the big game on a flat-panel TV or prepare for presentations with high-speed wireless Internet access.
Each of the guest bathrooms at the Courtyard Phoenix Camelback hotel have just what you need to stay refreshed when away from home.
Our signature GoBoard®, an interactive, touch-screen informational display panel, located in our lobby, allows you to access driving directions, view local weather, find a local restaurant, and catch up on all the latest news.
Our business center is perfect for the business traveler. With wireless high-speed Internet access, individual workspaces, and print/fax/copy capabilities, you'll be able to get your work done quickly and have time to relax!
For more privacy, guests can work or relax in one of the comfortable media pods, featuring free wireless high-speed Internet access, power outlets for cell phone chargers and laptops, and a flat-screen TV with personal remote control.
Connect with colleagues at the communal table or other comfortable seating areas, where you can work wirelessly or unwind at any time of day.
Whether you're looking for a quick meal on the go or a midnight snack before bed, our 24-hour Market offers a wide variety of food and beverages.
Boarding Pass Kiosk
Our Quick Print boarding pass kiosk area makes the trip home easier by allowing you to print your boarding passes before you leave the hotel.
Downtown Phoenix offers something for everyone including, museums, performing arts venues and a thriving art scene as well as a large sports presence. Chase Field is home to the Arizona Diamondbacks and the US Airways Center is home to the Phoenix Suns, the Phoenix Mercury, the Arizona Rattlers and the Phoenix Roadrunners.
METRO Light Rail Transportation
METRO is now open and operating with traffic in the cities of Phoenix, Tempe and Mesa. At any time of the day or night, you can find yourself near an operating light rail vehicle or a METRO train consisting of two or three vehicles connected together.
MLB Spring Training
The Cactus League has been an Arizona tradition for over a half-century. What began as a two-team league in 1947 has grown to twelve Major League Baseball teams playing in seven cities throughout the state. The league's popularity is at an all-time high with games scheduled every day in March. The Cactus League offers baseball enthusiasts an excellent opportunity to enjoy their favorite teams in fan-friendly, state-of-the-art ballparks.
Be sure to bring your camera as the desert offers spectacular sunsets and beautiful scenery year round.
Red Rock State Park in Sedona (110 miles) is an open-sky theatre of fabulous rock formations. Sprawled across 286 unspoiled acres, this popular park is the perfect starting point for hiking, picnicking, bird watching and photography.
Cathedral Rock in Sedona is 110 miles away and offers a great hiking trail for the adventurous. Cathedral Rock, also known as 'Lovers', was thought to be created by the Great Spirit. A couple of lovers, who always argued, were asked by Him to look around at the beautiful surroundings and count their blessings. The couple was believed to never argue thereafter and stands in perfect harmony.
Camelback Mountain draws thousands of visitors with its sheer red sandstone cliffs and its telltale hump. Hiking to the top is not for beginning hikers -- the two summit trails are strenuous climbs over sometimes-tricky trails. Some easier trails allow close-up exploration around Camelback's base.
Located 90 miles north of Phoenix, you can marvel at the 1,000 year old legacy of the Sinagua as you explore the ruins at Montezuma Castle National Monument. A paved, 1/3 mile loop trail takes you through a tranquil sycamore glade and past the ancient cliff dwellings of a people surprisingly similar to us.
Prickly Pear Cactus
Prickly pear cactus are found in all of the deserts of the American Southwest, and are abundant in the mountains around Tucson and offer a beautiful site when they flower in the spring.