Cheap Hotels in Phoenix
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Hotels in Phoenix
Residents of Phoenix enjoy some of the warmest winters of any city in the United States, and are spoilt for choice when it comes to cultural attractions. Originally inhabited by the Hohokam people in the prehistoric era, Phoenix developed after the American Civil War and grew rapidly after the improvements in air-conditioning technology in the mid 20th century.
According to the National Climate Data Center, the sun shines over Phoenix for an average of 85 percent of the city's total daylight hours, which means it's one of the sunniest cities in North America.
The Heard Museum
The fascinating Heard Museum of Native Cultures and Art showcases the history of the Native Americans and was founded in 1929. The venue contains tens of thousands of artefacts focusing on the history of the native people of the southwestern states, and welcomes around a quarter of a million visitors annually.
The South Mountain Park and Preserve
The nation's largest municipal park, the South Mountain Park is so vast that it is almost like a wilderness of its own. This mountainous area contains the unique Mystery Castle, which was designed in the 1930s and was allegedly built with milk, car parts, calcium, and several other rather unconventional materials. South Mountain Park also offers one of the best panoramic views of Phoenix, and is probably the best spot to witness the city's phenomenal sunsets.
The Arizona Science Center
Welcoming hundreds of thousands of visitors each year, the Arizona Science Center explores the vital role of science in the development of Arizona's cities and towns. The venue is also renowned for its My Digital World exhibition, which examines the profound influence of information technology in modern-day human interaction and the evolution of digital communication over the years.
The Desert Botanical Gardens
This wonderful 140-acre botanical garden, which contains tens of thousands of plants, was also founded in the 1930s and features many endangered species. In fact, the Desert Botanical Gardens has more than 10,000 cacti plants alone, and is one of the world's most spectacular gardens dedicated to the preservation of arid plants
Where to stay in Phoenix
For chic Phoenix hotels with first-class amenities and hospitality, choose Renaissance Phoenix Downtown, Marriott's Canyon Villas at Desert Ridge or The Ritz-Carlton, Phoenix. For great value for money with stunning grounds, book a stay at the Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs Resort, or choose the elegantly designed, budget friendly Hampton Inn & Suites Phoenix North-Happy Valley.
If you're a big fan of classic American dishes, dine at the Capital Grille, Rusconi's American Kitchen, or Seasons 52. For some superb pizzas, try the Pomo Pizzeria Napoletana, choose Fuego Bistro for some delightful local, Spanish, Mexican and Latin-inspired dishes, or treat yourself to some fantastic Italian or Asian-themed food at Cherry Blossom.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Phoenix
What are the best hotels to stay in Phoenix?The best hotels to stay in Phoenix are Hotel San Carlos - Downtown Convention Center, Hyatt Regency Phoenix and Embassy Suites Phoenix - Biltmore.
What are the most convenient hotel rates in Phoenix?Residence Inn Phoenix Downtown in Phoenix offers one night in a double room at the price of £82.
What hotels are in the central Phoenix neighborhood?Residence Inn Phoenix Downtown, Hotel San Carlos - Downtown Convention Center and Hyatt Regency Phoenix are located in the central neighborhood of Phoenix.
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