Hotels >Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak Resort Phoenix Hotels
Great hotel BUT... It's a great hotel but if any of you are looking to save some $$ then book it at goo.gl/FPxYD They have some of the best hotel deals on the web!
A Southwest resort that's just as much fun as it is elegant..
Built against a backdrop of 3,000 acres of the Phoenix Mountain Preserve, this resort offers nine acres of pools, slides, waterfalls, plus a winding, lazy river where guests can float peacefully on inner tubes. Sports buffs will enjoy hanging out at the on-site sports bar, while hungry guests can nosh on festive Mexican fare at Aunt Chilada's or sip on some of the best frozen margaritas in town.
Sweet little getaway. Living in Tucson, we decided last second to run up to Phoenix for a weekend trip. This was the first and last hotel we looked at and got a King suite for less than $120 a night. The room was perfect for the four of us and we eneded up close to one of the pools and right across from the waterpark. The waterpark was awesome. Food and drink was a little on the pricey side, but not a surprise. The kids had fun, and the adults had fun. If we ever get the urge to run away again, we will probably stay here.
Faded, needs remodel. The Squaw Peak Hilton may have been nice a decade or two ago, but now it is badly in need of a remodel. The furniture and design is dated. Rugs, furniture, and bedding are old, faded, and threadbare. Paint was chipped and damaged throughout. TV and fridge appeared to be at least ten years old. Bedrooms are relatively small, bathrooms are congested, lighting was poor. Multiple items required repair during our stay due to delayed maintenance. We were in a two bedroom casita (basically a condo) on the property. We switched rooms once because we were disappointed with the quality, but the second room had the same problems.
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