Hotels near Scottsdale Stadium
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San Francisco Giants fans will want to get tickets to one of the spring training games held at Scottsdale Stadium. Not only is this stadium referred to as "the gem of the Cactus League ballparks" by Dave Nemetz in the Bleacher Report, but it's also home to the Scottsdale Scorpions. There are plenty of affordable hotels near the stadium, should you wish to turn your trip to the stadium into a vacation.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Scottsdale Stadium

Hampton Inn & Suites Scottsdale Riverwalk
Hampton Inn & Suites Scottsdale Riverwalk
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4.5
9550 E. Talking Stick Way, Scottsdale
from $62
Travelodge Scottsdale AZ
Travelodge Scottsdale AZ
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2.8
6935 E. 5th Avenue, Scottsdale
from $45
Courtyard by Marriott Scottsdale Old Town
Courtyard by Marriott Scottsdale Old Town
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4.5
3311 N Scottsdale Rd, Scottsdale
from $87
SpringHill Suites Scottsdale North
SpringHill Suites Scottsdale North
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4.3
17020 N Scottsdale Rd, Scottsdale
from $89
Gainey Suites Hotel
Gainey Suites Hotel
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4.6
7300 E Gainey Suites Dr, Scottsdale
from $89
The Scottsdale Inn
The Scottsdale Inn
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3.7
5101 N Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale
from $58
Hotel Valley Ho
Hotel Valley Ho
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4.5
6850 E Main St, Scottsdale
from $139
Fairfield Inn by Marriott Scottsdale North
Fairfield Inn by Marriott Scottsdale North
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3.9
13440 N Scottsdale Rd, Scottsdale
from $59
Hilton Garden Inn Scottsdale North/Perimeter Center
Hilton Garden Inn Scottsdale North/Perimeter Center
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4.3
8550 E Princess Dr, Scottsdale
from $55
Phoenician Residences, A Luxury Collection Residence Club, Scottsdale
from $189
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Stay Close to Scottsdale Stadium

The Courtyard Scottsdale Old Town is within walking distance of the stadium, and provides families with budget-friendly guest rooms, a restaurant that features Starbucks coffees, and an outdoor recreational pool. If you're planning a longer than average visit, you'll want to stay at the Extended Stay America - Phoenix - Scottsdale - Old Town. Here you'll have access to suites with full kitchens, and pets are always welcome. Another option is to book a room at the Renaissance Phoenix Downtown. This hotel features hypo-allergenic bedding for allergy sufferers and its own restaurant and bar for meals and nightly entertainment. 

Getting Around Scottsdale

Guests will be pleasantly surprised to find that it is a cinch to get around Scottsdale with the town's free trolley service. The trolley runs between 11 am and 6 pm daily in 15 minute cycles. One of the many stops the trolley makes is at Scottsdale Stadium. If you're not interested in taking advantage of the trolley, you can ride one of the city buses, or call a cab.  

Check Back for Special Events

Scottsdale Stadium hosts special events throughout the year in addition to featuring ball games. The Inaugural Scottsdale Giants Race takes place in March each year and features relays for families and special races just for kids. The American Cancer Society also holds its annual Relay for Life at the stadium, should you wish to sign up and support a friend or family member who has been touched by cancer.

Plan Time for Nearby Attractions

When you're not busy catching a Giants game, you'll want to set aside time for other Scottsdale attractions. The Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art has five galleries and an outdoor sculpture garden, while the Pinnacle Peak Park provides nature lovers with trails for hiking. Shopping can be done at Scottsdale Fashion Square or Kierland Commons. Scottsdale is also home to several golf courses, such as Troon North Golf Club and the Estancia Golf Club.

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