Hotels near Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport
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Just east of two major city hubs, the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport is conveniently located near both Phoenix and Scottsdale, Arizona. Opened primarily to handle the passenger and flight overflow from Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport, it has now developed into a commercial airport of its own and contributes heavily to the regional economy. It is the primary hub of Allegiant Air, a budget airline that flies to dozens of locations within the United States and is considered a leading center for aviation training and testing.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport

Mesa Gated Haven
Mesa Gated Haven
8422 East Keats Avenue, Mesa
from $230
Superstition Lake House 3 BR by Casago
from $0
All-Suite located in North Phoenix - 3 Br Home
from $0
Residence Inn Phoenix Mesa
Residence Inn Phoenix Mesa
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8.8
Excellent
941 W. Grove Avenue, Mesa
from $116
Grandview Getaway 4 BR by Casago
Grandview Getaway 4 BR by Casago
1333 E Grandview, Mesa
from $0
Sleep Inn Mesa - Superstition Springs Center
Sleep Inn Mesa - Superstition Springs Center
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8.3
Excellent
6347 East Southern Avenue, Mesa
from $49
Residence Inn Phoenix Mesa East
Residence Inn Phoenix Mesa East
10243 East Hampton Avenue, Mesa
from $101
E Sandia Circle - 5 Br Home
E Sandia Circle - 5 Br Home
7353 E. Sandia Circle, Mesa
from $0
Sheraton Mesa Hotel at Wrigleyville West
Sheraton Mesa Hotel at Wrigleyville West
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8.4
Excellent
860 North Riverview, Mesa
from $103
Las Sendas Jewel
Las Sendas Jewel
7446 East Odessa Circle, Mesa
from $125
More About Hotels near Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport...

Convenient and Affordable Hotels Near Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport

The charming town of Gilbert is the closest city to the airport and provides travelers with plenty of hotels to choose from. Best Western Legacy Inn and Suites is nearest and provides several amenities that include free shuttle service and early and late check-ins. DoubleTree Phoenix-Gilbert’s location right next to SanTan Village offers guests with one of the most convenient spots for shopping and dining. The new and trendy Hyatt Place/Gilbert offers an around-the-clock food bistro and is pet friendly. Hampton Inn and Suites Phoenix/Gilbert has one of the most affordable rates and welcoming service within the area while Residence Inn Phoenix Gilbert offers large, apartment style rooms with kitchenettes, suitable for long-term stays. 

Budget Transport for Travelers Staying Near the Airport

Travelers arriving and staying at hotels near Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport will find it easier and more affordable to take advantage of the free shuttle service provided by the hotels to their guests. This service includes airport transfers and transport anywhere within a five-mile radius of the hotel’s location. The service is also available anywhere from 4:30 AM to 10:00 PM but requires pre-booking to confirm availability. Please check with your hotel for their exact hours. If your scheduled departure or arrival falls within the early morning or late evening hours, alternative transport options include taxis and paid shuttle services that are available just outside the terminal gates.

Food Options for Morning, Noon, and Late Night Hours

Most of the hotels near Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport provide complimentary hot breakfast buffets and offer a 24-hour market where guests can buy quick drinks and snacks. Some of the bigger chains like DoubleTree and Hyatt Place have in-house restaurants and cafes that are open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The surrounding area also has plenty of casual dining and fast food options to choose from. SanTan Village in Gilbert is an outdoor square with over twenty restaurants, specialty food shops, bars, and pubs. Most of them are open until 11:00 PM.

A Rapidly Developing Area 

The area surrounding the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport has seen rapid growth and urbanization over the past several decades. The town of Gilbert, once known as the “Hay Capital of the World” is now a developed suburb, complete with universities and a top-notch hospital. For more information about Gilbert and Phoenix's East Valley Region, visit the city government’s online resource page or pick up a copy of the local newspaper, the East Valley Tribune.