Courtyard Phoenix Airport

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A comfortable hotel experience near Phoenix airport

Prepare for a memorable stay at Courtyard Phoenix Airport. From the moment you depart the airport in our complimentary shuttle, you'll enjoy exceptional convenience. Located near Sky Harbor Airport in South Phoenix, our hotel offers a prime setting moments from Arizona State University, Tempe Town Lake and Papago Park. Settle in your hotel room and then head to the sparkling outdoor pool. After spending the day exploring the area, seek the comfort of our plush bedding for a restful night. Wake up on the right side of the bed and head to The Bistro, where you can fuel up with an energizing cup of Starbucks® coffee or a refreshing meal. In South Phoenix with a group? The hotel provides two flexible meeting rooms perfect for small wedding parties or sport teams. During downtime, work up a sweat at our 24-hour fitness center. Whatever brings you to Arizona, elevate the traditional hotel experience at Courtyard Phoenix Airport.

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  • Free high-speed internet
  • Fitness center
  • Pool
  • Airport shuttle


  • Our free airport shuttle and convenient location near Sky Harbor Airport in South Phoenix make our hotel a favorite among travelers.

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  • From corporate meetings to social gatherings, our flexible venues feature catering services and AV equipment for a successful event in Phoenix.

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  • Our hotel is located near some of the top destinations in Phoenix, including Arizona State University, Tempe Town Lake and Papago Park.

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