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The awe-inspiring landscape of the sun-drenched Sonoran Desert is a testament to nature’s artistry; the desert light on the open plain has created a profound visual inspiration with local denizens for thousands of years, from its ancient Indigenous populations to the Contemporary artists painting there today. 

Beyond its natural wonders, Scottsdale prides itself on its array of luxury resorts, which stand as beacons of relaxation, recreation and indulgence for discerning travelers. Each resort offers a unique blend of comfort, elegance, and exceptional service, ensuring your stay is nothing short of spectacular.


The architect, Frank Lloyd Wright believed this to be the perfect spot for his winter home, Taliesin West, a place of residence, a site of business, and a venue for learning. In Wright’s words: “Finally I learned of a site twenty-six miles from Phoenix, across the desert of the vast Paradise Valley. On up to a great mesa in the mountains. On the mesa just below McDowell Peak we stopped, turned, and looked around. The top of the world.

Taliesin West was the architect’s winter studio and residence from 1937 until his death in 1959 at the age of 91. It is the headquarters of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation and open to the public for tours.


Visitors will find everything from five-diamond luxury resorts to stylish urban hotels to cozy Sonoran Desert hideaways in Scottsdale. You’ll find accommodations to suit all tastes within our roster of over 70 resorts and hotels. The City has more than 800 restaurants from intimate bistros to award-winning culinary experiences. There are multiple culinary options to delight the senses.


Scottsdale is one of the top 5 fastest growing U.S. Cities for millionaires according to CNBC. The City has seen an 88% millionaire growth rate from 2012 to 2022,and is home to 13,900 millionaires, 60 centi-millionaires, and five billionaires. The City has over 300 days of sunshine annually with March being high season for visitors when hotels and resorts near 100% capacity.

Scottsdale has countless attractions and activities to offer, including the McDowell Peak nature preserve, numerous world-class golf courses, aquariums, historic architecture, botanical gardens, a desert resort casino, cozy wine tasting venues, and art museums celebrating the best of the area’s culture.


Inspired by local indigenous traditions, Ralph Lauren established his Southwestern fashion line on the global stage and Scottsdale has come to be known as “The Beverly Hills of the Southwest.” There is no shortage of luxurious, high-end, high-fashion retail options found in the City. Shop local boutiques, name brand clothiers and more in Scottsdale Fashion Square, Arizona’s largest shopping mall and one of the most successful in the country with approximately two million square feet of retail. Additionally there is Scottsdale Quarter and the 5th Avenue Shops of Scottsdale in historic Old Town.


Discover Scottsdale’s best bars and nightlife in Old Town. There are over 100 restaurants, cocktail bars, stylish lounges, and high-energy nightclubs in these walkable neighborhoods. Old Town Scottsdale has a vibrant night life, every night.


Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport has been voted #1 in the Wall Street Journal’s annual 2023 ranking of large and midsize U.S. airports. Within a short drive to the City, Sky Harbor Airport is a hub for American and Southwest Airlines with direct flights to most American Cities as well as International destinations such as London and Paris.

Scottsdale Airport, a private airstrip two miles from the venue, is recognized as 4th in the world for business and private aviation departures.

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