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Uptown Phoenix Modern Home – Vibrant and Friendly AreaThe aesthetic is welcoming and peaceful featuring custom artwork and crisp, clean lines. Carefully thought out features and details abound. It's crafted to be comfortable, functional and beautiful. Enjoy the full and open kitchen and quality amenities. Great location. Perfect for short or long-term stays. We follow Airbnb’s enhanced cleaning protocol, which was developed with expert guidance.
Quiet Casita, private pool, patio, N ScottsdaleLOCATION, LOCATION, Just off the beaten path our Cave Creek 1.2 ac., approx. 1000 sqft casita is pin drop quiet. Second bedroom is small. Within 5 minutes from a grocery store and 7-12 miles from the best shopping Scottsdale has to offer. Whether you enjoy the hustle or contemporary life of shopping at Scottsdale Quarter or stepping into the Wild West about 5 miles away, in the Town of Cave Creek. Quick and easy access to world class resorts that offer one of a kind golf and spa experiences.
The Jewelbox at Las Casitas Flamenco, Apt CThe Jewelbox is a Sparkly GLAM Studio with crystal, gold, and silver accents. Tiny in size size but Big on style & comfort. It has all you need for a long or short stay: Queen bed, private bath, kitchenette area with microwave, Electric cooktop, coffee maker, dishes and silverware. There is a Desk & WiFi too. You’ll stay comfy with the brand new AC/heat unit, with remote. The smart TV tilts & pivots to view from anywhere, Stream your Amazon,Netflix etc. Patio tables in courtyard for all.
Desert living comes with an air of sophistication in Scottsdale, with more than 200 area golf courses and 50 luxury spas. Located in Arizona’s Sonoran Desert at the bottom of the McDowell Mountains, the city sits in the center of the area’s cultural hubs: a few miles south of Paradise Valley, six miles north of Tempe, about 13 miles northeast of Phoenix, 20 miles southwest of Fountain Hills, less than 20 miles southeast of Glendale, and 30 miles south of the Western town of Cave Creek. With upscale dining in North Scottsdale, shopping centers in Kierland Commons, vibrant nightlife in Old Town, and plenty of natural wonders to explore — whether it’s hiking Camelback Mountain or driving the Apache Trail — every Scottsdale experience comes with a distinctly Southwestern flavor.
Finding a flight to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) — located seven miles west of downtown Scottsdale — should be easy no matter where you’re traveling from, as the airport offers service from 100 domestic and 23 international cities. Flight times are about five hours from New York, three and a half hours from Chicago or Atlanta, and fewer than two hours from San Francisco or Los Angeles. (Bonus: The airport bills itself as America’s Friendliest Airport.) There is also a smaller Scottsdale Airport, nine miles north of downtown, for private jet travel. A bus system and rideshare services are available, but if you’ll be traveling around the region a bit, a car rental is more convenient, as wait times can vary since sites are spread out. The free Scottsdale Trolley also runs four routes to popular locations.
With 330 days of sun a year, it’s always the right time to pack light clothing for a Scottsdale visit. The sizzling desert heat reaches triple digits in the summer, with average highs above 100 degrees Fahrenheit and lows in the high 60s and 70s from June through September. Winter days remain warm with highs in the high 60s to low 70s, but lows can dip down into the high 30s and 40s, so always carry a jacket or extra layers. March, April, and November strike a balance, with highs in the 70s and lows in the 40s — the perfect months for outdoor adventures without the scorching heat or the chilly night air.
Downtown Scottsdale is better known as Old Town, but it's filled with contemporary Fifth Avenue shops, local coffee shops, and boutiques with a dose of Southwestern spirit. Turn back time in the Historic Old Town section around Scottsdale Road and East Main Street, where the buildings date to the turn of the 20th century. Stop by the Little Red School House, built in 1909, now home to Scottsdale Historical Museum.
With more than 225 miles of trails on its 30,550 acres, the preserve is a protected desert habitat filled with cacti forest, geological formations, and wildlife.
Tours are available through the architect’s winter home, which is now a UNESCO World Heritage site and also a working architecture school.
The 30-acre park offers rides on the Paradise and Pacific Railroad, as well as the vintage carved Scottsdale Charros Carousel from the 1950s.