Hotels near Tempe
“Every day is a journey, and the journey itself is home.”
- Matsuo Basho
The main attractions for visitors east of Phoenix are Tempe's Mill Avenue and Tempe Town Lake. Tempe is the home of Arizona State University's main campus, so expect throngs of college students when school is in session. Tempe Town Lake is a man-made reservoir on the Salt River lined with high-rise buildings on the shore. Boating and fishing are permitted on the lake and nearby Beach Park is popular with cyclists, volleyball players, and joggers. Mill Avenue bars get busy on weekend nights. Twice a year, Mill Avenue is closed to vehicle traffic to accommodate the free Tempe Festival of the Arts, one of the Southwest's largest arts and crafts festivals. Visitors can sample food and beer, hear live music, or purchase work from local artisans.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Tempe

Renaissance Phoenix Downtown
Renaissance Phoenix Downtown
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4.0
430 reviews
50 East Adams Street, Phoenix
from $95
Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak Resort
Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak Resort
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3.6
1105 reviews
7677 N 16th St, Phoenix
from $99
Westin Phoenix Downtown
Westin Phoenix Downtown
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4.1
1010 reviews
333 N Central Ave, Phoenix
from $89
Embassy Suites Phoenix - Biltmore
Embassy Suites Phoenix - Biltmore
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3.7
224 reviews
2630 E Camelback Rd, Phoenix
from $109
Radisson Hotel Phoenix Airport
Radisson Hotel Phoenix Airport
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3.7
864 reviews
427 N 44th St, Phoenix
from $80
Red Roof Inn Phoenix West
Red Roof Inn Phoenix West
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3.5
1074 reviews
5215 W Willetta St, Phoenix
from $39
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
DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Phoenix
DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Phoenix
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3.9
1659 reviews
320 N 44th Street, Phoenix
from $80
Legacy Golf Resort
Legacy Golf Resort
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3.7
358 reviews
6808 S 32nd St, Phoenix
from $119
Wyndham Garden Phoenix Midtown
Wyndham Garden Phoenix Midtown
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3.5
1560 reviews
3600 N 2nd Ave, Phoenix
from $66
More About Hotels near Tempe...

The main attractions for visitors east of Phoenix are Tempe's Mill Avenue and Tempe Town Lake. Tempe is the home of Arizona State University's main campus, so expect throngs of college students when school is in session. Tempe Town Lake is a man-made reservoir on the Salt River lined with high-rise buildings on the shore. Boating and fishing are permitted on the lake and nearby Beach Park is popular with cyclists, volleyball players, and joggers. Mill Avenue bars get busy on weekend nights. Twice a year, Mill Avenue is closed to vehicle traffic to accommodate the free Tempe Festival of the Arts, one of the Southwest's largest arts and crafts festivals. Visitors can sample food and beer, hear live music, or purchase work from local artisans.

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