Hotels near Downtown Phoenix
“Every day is a journey, and the journey itself is home.”
- Matsuo Basho
Before the Arizona Diamondbacks and Phoenix Suns arrived, there was little to keep people Downtown after 5 p.m. But times have changed. While the nightlife scene is still smaller than other cities of this size, the new Arizona State University downtown campus has introduced bars, restaurants, and a second-story bowling center at Lucky Strike Lanes. Some of the city's best cultural venues are here, including the Phoenix Art Museum, the Heard Museum of Native Culture and Art, and the Orpheum, a former vaudeville theater. The Phoenix light-rail system runs through Downtown and provides a connection to Tempe's Mills Avenue. Parking can be a challenge, but the light rail is a welcome alternative and easy to navigate.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Downtown Phoenix

Sheraton Crescent Hotel
Sheraton Crescent Hotel
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3.3
690 reviews
2620 W Dunlap Ave, Phoenix
from $89
Courtyard by Marriott Phoenix Camelback
Courtyard by Marriott Phoenix Camelback
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3.8
159 reviews
2101 E Camelback Rd, Phoenix
from $78
JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort & Spa
JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort & Spa
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4.0
564 reviews
5350 E Marriott Dr, Phoenix
from $143
Hilton Garden Inn Phoenix Airport North
Hilton Garden Inn Phoenix Airport North
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3.9
1100 reviews
3838 E Van Buren St, Phoenix
from $71
Embassy Suites Phoenix North
Embassy Suites Phoenix North
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3.5
627 reviews
2577 W Greenway Rd, Phoenix
from $80
The Clarendon Hotel and Spa
The Clarendon Hotel and Spa
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3.7
1421 reviews
401 W Clarendon Avenue, Phoenix
from $79
Sheraton Phoenix Downtown Hotel
Sheraton Phoenix Downtown Hotel
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4.0
1492 reviews
340 N 3rd Street, Phoenix
from $69
Westin Phoenix Downtown
Westin Phoenix Downtown
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4.1
1010 reviews
333 N Central Ave, Phoenix
from $89
Wyndham Garden Phoenix Midtown
Wyndham Garden Phoenix Midtown
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3.5
1560 reviews
3600 N 2nd Ave, Phoenix
from $66
Inn Phoenix
Inn Phoenix
2510 W Palo Verde Dr, Phoenix
from $41
More About Hotels near Downtown Phoenix...

Before the Arizona Diamondbacks and Phoenix Suns arrived, there was little to keep people Downtown after 5 p.m. But times have changed. While the nightlife scene is still smaller than other cities of this size, the new Arizona State University downtown campus has introduced bars, restaurants, and a second-story bowling center at Lucky Strike Lanes. Some of the city's best cultural venues are here, including the Phoenix Art Museum, the Heard Museum of Native Culture and Art, and the Orpheum, a former vaudeville theater. The Phoenix light-rail system runs through Downtown and provides a connection to Tempe's Mills Avenue. Parking can be a challenge, but the light rail is a welcome alternative and easy to navigate.

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