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3 Palms Star Rating 3        
7707 East McDowell Road

Across the street from El Dorado Park, this contemporary hotel in a low-rise adobe building is 3 miles from Arizona State University and 4 miles from shopping at Fashion Square mall.The sleek rooms and suites feature 42-inch flat-screen TVs with DVD players and free Wi-Fi, and some have 2-person whirlpool tubs. Suites add full kitchens with dishwashers, plus separate living areas with pull-out sofas.
BEST WESTERN Plus Papago Inn & Resort Star Rating 3        
7017 E Mcdowell Road

This relaxed low-rise hotel is a mile from the famous Hole-in-the-Rock formation, 2 miles from the Desert Botanical Garden and 3 miles from Phoenix Zoo.Laid-back rooms come with flat-screen TVs, minifridges, complimentary Wi-Fi, and tea and coffeemakers.There's free breakfast and parking.
FireSky Resort & Spa - A Kimpton Hotel Star Rating 4        
4925 North Scottsdale Road

Less than a mile from shopping in Old Town Scottsdale, this upscale modern resort is a mile from the Camelback Mountain trailhead.Stylish rooms and suites with patios or private balconies have minibars, flat-screen TVs, iPod docks and free Wi-Fi. Some have lagoon, courtyard or pool views.
Chaparral Suites Scottsdale Star Rating 3        
5001 N. Scottsdale Rd

This classic all-suite hotel is 5 miles from Desert Botanical Gardens and 9 miles from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.Straightforward 1 & 2 bedroom suites have free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, minifridges, microwaves, coffeemakers, wet bars and pull-out sofas. Upgraded suites have whirlpool tubs & DVD players.
Holiday Inn Express Scottsdale North Star Rating 2        
7350 East Gold Dust Avenue

This contemporary hotel is 6 miles from downtown Scottsdale and 13.9 miles from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.The subdued rooms feature desks, flat-screen TVs with premium cable channels, minifridges and coffeemakers.
Comfort Suites Old Town Scottsdale Star Rating 2        
3275 N. Drinkwater Blvd.

Set a 6-minute walk from Scottsdale Stadium, this straightforward all-suite hotel is 2.9 miles from the Desert Botanical Garden and 5 miles from Casino Arizona.Basic suites have free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, plus microwaves, minifridges and coffeemakers.
Country Inn & Suites Scottsdale Star Rating 3        
10801 North 89Th Place

Set off Route 101, this casual hotel is 5 miles from Taliesin West, Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home, now an architecture school. It's also 6 miles from CrackerJax amusement park and 7 miles from TPC Scottsdale golf course.The laid-back rooms feature complimentary Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and coffeemakers.
Courtyard by Marriott Scottsdale North Star Rating 3        
17010 North Scottsdale Road

This modern hotel is 7.2 miles from Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin West, and 9.7 miles from Phoenix Mountain Preserve.
Courtyard Scottsdale Old Town Star Rating 3        
3311 North Scottsdale Road

This modern hotel is an 8-minute walk from Old Town Scottsdale and 3.8 miles from the Phoenix Zoo.Contemporary-styled rooms offer free WiFi, desks, flat-screen TVs with premium cable channels and coffeemakers.
Courtyard by Marriott Scottsdale Mayo Clinic Star Rating 3        
13444 East Shea Boulevard

This roadside hotel is a 6-minute walk from the Mayo Clinic.Contemporary-styled rooms offer free WiFi, desks and flat-screen TVs with premium cable channels, plus minifridges and coffeemakers. Suites add separate living areas with sofabeds and microwaves.
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Scottsdale is a city located in the Salt River Valley, on the north reaches of the Sonora desert, in the state of Arizona. It has the population of something over 220 000 people and is adjacent to the territory of Arizona's capital, Phoenix. It has been given its present name in 1894, after its founder Winfield Scott. The climate in the region is arid, which means winters are mild and summers very hot. Warm weather and a lot of sunshine year-round make Scottsdale a very popular touristic destination.

Other than the climate, many cultural events and ever increasing offer of art galleries, nightlife activities, shopping malls and boutiques made Scottsdale a popular destination for young, rich, fashion conscious visitors. It is the third city in America for the number of AAA Five-Diamond hotels and resorts. Art and culture The city is home to over 125 art galleries and museums, one of the highest per person in America, and as such is America's center for art and also largest art market in the country. Its galleries are most famous for their western and Native American themed art, although contemporary art is becoming increasingly popular in the last couple of decades. There is a famous Scottsdale Art Festival taking place every year, which has been ranked number one such event in America by American Style Magazine in 2005.

Annual Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show is held every year since 1955. Thousands of visitors gather every year to see exhibitions and competition of almost 2000 purebred Arabian and half-Arabian horses. Scottsdale Jaycees Parada del Sol. This cultural event started in 1954 and has been held every year since. It is a month-long cowboy event that starts with the Parada del Sol parade, which is the largest horse drawn parade in the world, and attracts cowboys from all across America who gather in Scottsdale to participate in activities during this manifestation. Barret-Jackson Auto Show. It is a weeklong event held every January and is truly a spectacle for all auto enthusiasts and collectors. You can find all kinds of luxury and exotic automobiles as well as historic vehicles in great condition in this Auto Show, so if you have a thing for automobiles, don't miss it.

The Scottsdale Culinary Festival is held every year in April and lasts for one week. It features many culinary events city-wide, but the main and the most popular event is the so called Great Arizona Picnic, held on Scottsdale Civic Center Mall's lawn, and is a presentation of famous national and local chefs. Shopping If you like to shop, you're not going to be left empty-handed when leaving Scottsdale as there are many corporate retail outlets within the city.

Some of the most famous ones are Kierland Commons in North Scottsdale and Scottsdale Fashion Square in Downtown. Nightlife The city has a rich offer of nightclubs, restaurants and bars. The majority of it is concentrated in Downtown Scottsdale. It is the most active nightlife scene in Phoenix Metropolitan Area. Major bars, restaurants and clubs are located within the walking distance of one another, providing a vibrant atmosphere during most evening. Especially active are Thursday to Sunday nights, when as much as almost 40 000 people congregate to this area in search of fun.