Hotels near Downtown Phoenix
“The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page.”
- Saint Augustine
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

Hyatt Place Phoenix -North
Hyatt Place Phoenix -North
|
3.9
758 reviews
10838 N 25th Ave, Phoenix
from $71
Hilton Garden Inn Phoenix Airport
Hilton Garden Inn Phoenix Airport
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3.7
242 reviews
3422 E Elwood At University, Phoenix
from $71
Hilton Phoenix Airport
Hilton Phoenix Airport
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3.5
1212 reviews
2435 S 47th St, Phoenix
from $76
Legacy Golf Resort
Legacy Golf Resort
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3.7
365 reviews
6808 South 32nd Street, Phoenix
from $125
Arizona Grand Resort
Arizona Grand Resort
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3.5
1291 reviews
8000 S. Arizona Grand Parkway, Phoenix
from $139
The Clarendon Hotel and Spa
The Clarendon Hotel and Spa
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3.7
1423 reviews
401 W Clarendon Avenue, Phoenix
from $79
Four Points by Sheraton Phoenix South Mountain
from $67
Hotel San Carlos - Downtown Convention Center
Hotel San Carlos - Downtown Convention Center
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3.2
438 reviews
202 N Central Ave, Phoenix
from $63
Americas Best Value Inn
Americas Best Value Inn
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3.6
997 reviews
424 W Van Buren Street, Phoenix
from $55
Sheraton Crescent Hotel
Sheraton Crescent Hotel
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3.3
693 reviews
2620 W Dunlap Ave, Phoenix
from $89
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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