Hotels near Paradise Valley
“Every day is a journey, and the journey itself is home.”
- Matsuo Basho
Ritzy Paradise Valley is home to world-class resorts tucked along Camelback Mountain between Phoenix and Scottsdale. There is no commercial or business district in Paradise Valley, but there is a reason that the median home price is over $1 million: this is one of the most scenic towns in Arizona. All-inclusive resorts offer golf, tennis, fine dining, and swimming pools with valley views. Food Network fans may recognize Beau MacMillan, the star chef of Elements at Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain. Historic Camelback Inn is located at the base of Mummy Mountain, with bungalows that make it feel more like an exclusive community than a hotel. Paradise Valley is a quiet town at night, but for those looking for shopping or nightlife, Scottsdale is only a ten-minute drive away.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Paradise Valley

A Victory Inn & Suites Phoenix North
A Victory Inn & Suites Phoenix North
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2.9
300 reviews
1711 W Bell Road, Phoenix
from $40
Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Phoenix North Scottsdale
from $80
Hyatt Regency Phoenix
Hyatt Regency Phoenix
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3.7
1207 reviews
122 N 2nd St, Phoenix
from $125
Budget Lodge Downtown Phoenix
Budget Lodge Downtown Phoenix
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3.8
468 reviews
402 W. Van Buren St., Phoenix
from $59
Knights Inn Fairground-Phoenix
Knights Inn Fairground-Phoenix
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2.0
136 reviews
1624 N Black Canyon Hwy, Phoenix
from $32
Lexington Hotel Central Phoenix
Lexington Hotel Central Phoenix
1100 N Central Avenue, Phoenix
from $69
Westin Phoenix Downtown
Westin Phoenix Downtown
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4.1
1010 reviews
333 N Central Ave, Phoenix
from $89
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
Best Western Airport Inn
Best Western Airport Inn
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3.3
723 reviews
2425 S 24th St, Phoenix
from $61
Hilton Garden Inn Phoenix Midtown
Hilton Garden Inn Phoenix Midtown
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3.6
412 reviews
4000 N Central Ave, Phoenix
from $62
More About Hotels near Paradise Valley...

Ritzy Paradise Valley is home to world-class resorts tucked along Camelback Mountain between Phoenix and Scottsdale. There is no commercial or business district in Paradise Valley, but there is a reason that the median home price is over $1 million: this is one of the most scenic towns in Arizona. All-inclusive resorts offer golf, tennis, fine dining, and swimming pools with valley views. Food Network fans may recognize Beau MacMillan, the star chef of Elements at Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain. Historic Camelback Inn is located at the base of Mummy Mountain, with bungalows that make it feel more like an exclusive community than a hotel. Paradise Valley is a quiet town at night, but for those looking for shopping or nightlife, Scottsdale is only a ten-minute drive away.

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