In Your Suite
Beds so comfortable, we had them copyrighted. Hyper-connected entertainment in both your rooms. Whether it’s work, sleep or play, you have the tools to accomplish it all at DoubleTree Suites by Hilton - Phoenix. When done with business let your two flat screen TVs be your reward for the day. Order room service; you deserve it. There aren’t rules for how you spend time in our guestrooms. Just know it’s time well spent.
Sweet, Sweet R&R
Suite living is sweet living! Our suites feature 1 King bed or 2 Queen beds, a large work station, a 37 flat-screen TV and the convenience of an in-room microwave and mini-fridge. Throw in a complimentary breakfast buffet at Belvedere’s and your trip just became that much better. Oh, and high speed internet is also available… Just don’t let our famous DoubleTree cookie crumbs get on your keyboard.
Do you need integrated media in your stay? Or even better, are you just a media buff? Our GuestLink two-room business class suites allow you to connect your multimedia devices to your flat screen TV. Enjoy complimentary wireless high speed internet and breakfast, evening cocktails at Belvedere’s Lounge, remote guest room printing, and an iPod docking station. If we get our hands on a hovercraft, we’ll include that in the room too.
ADA compliant, and fully appointed with comfortable chair, large work desk, queen-size bed and grab bars in the shower and/or tub. DoubleTree Suites by Hilton – Phoenix accessible guest rooms accommodate every need.
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Catapulting Your Big Idea
It isn’t in your nature to retreat. But after long hours and intense meetings, you need a hideaway to collect yourself. Welcome to the DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Phoenix. Trade in the laptop for some running shoes and race along on the Precor treadmills in our 24 hour fitness center. If you must check in with work, drop into our 24 hour Network Cafe. It’ll have you in and out in time to catch a game and a drink in Belvederes American Bar and Grill.
Get to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. Fast. Our shuttle runs when you want it to, just let us know ahead of time. Need to go elsewhere within 2 miles? Consider it done.
Hit the Gym
Sweat off a big breakfast and work away stress with complimentary access to our state-of-the-art fitness center. Don’t feel like pumping iron? Take a jog along our historic canals; just be warned, it likely will be sunny!
Heated. Outdoor. Refreshing. Nothing is as relaxing like a splash in our pool and hot tub. Take a few moments to clear your thoughts. Now take a deep breath in. Let it out slowly, zenmaster.
Forget a caffè latte. Ok, that may be blasphemy. If you don’t have your laptop with you, visit our Network Café. Grab a complimentary coffee and browse the internet at your convenience.
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Full Bellies, Full Bar, Full Service
Wind down. Chill out. Take it easy. Our welcoming restaurant is the spot for guests and locals alike. The Belvedere’s American Grill serves you breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and if you're in the mood, a cocktail or two! Catch the game and converse with our cheerful staff, they might even tell you their favorite dish! HINT: The Baked Salmon Spinach Salad and the Arizona Guacamole Burger … wink, wink.
Complimentary Breakfast Hours
Monday - Friday: Breakfast Hours
6:00 am - 9 am
Saturday & Sunday
7 am - 10 am
Lounge in the Lounge
Your schedule bursts with the things you have to get done. But you’ll be more productive after spending time away from the computer. Come hideout in Belvedere’s Lounge. Cold beer. Award-winning wines. Comfy seats. What else do you need? This warm spot is your escape from the digital grind, so grab a local brew or have our bartender craft you a special concoction.
Open Daily: 11:00 am - 12:00 am
Chef Michael Bowden
We are lucky to have the talented Chef Michael Bowden here at our acclaimed Belvedere’s American Grill for the past 8 years. Michael has a long list of impressive culinary achievements: he’s a Gold, Silver or Bronze place finisher 10 years running at the Top Chef of the West Competition, a Silver and Bronze award winner at the American Culinary Federation, a Golden Toque Award winner, a Battle of the Chefs competitor and has been selected to judge multiple food competitions. You would think all the time spent in the kitchen honing his skills would have prevented Michael from developing any other talents….but boy would you be wrong!
In addition to his toque, Chef Michael wears a LOT of other hats. He is a Certified Sports Nutritionist, Personal Trainer, and Master Gardener. He has been featured in both Arizona Republic and Sunset Magazine. Perhaps most impressive of all, Michael is a 2 time World Powerlifting Champion, an 8 time National Powerlifting Champion, and the first person over 50 to bench press over 800 pounds.
Interesting fact: despite his gourmet palate, Michael’s favorite food is a throwback to his childhood, PB&J sandwiched between two crackers. If you need something sliced and diced, planted and grown, are pinned under a car, or just need someone to kick your butt in the gym, Michael is your man! Stop by Belvedere’s to sample his cuisine, you won’t be disappointed. Just don’t challenge him to arm wrestle!
I Do…Not Want to Worry
No sweat. We got you. The biggest day of your life won’t be a headache. Our Wedding Specialists and Event Managers guide you through the stress-free process of pulling off the perfect day. Genuine dream weddings & receptions are planned and space is flexible at the DoubleTree Suites by Hilton – Phoenix.
Get the party started with a catered cocktail hour & rehearsal dinner. Keep it going with a post-wedding brunch. We offer upgrades for flowers, decorative linens, ice sculptures—the works. We coordinate your small army of florists, DJs, bakers, and limo drivers. They know where to be and when.
Room Blocks & Wedding Website
Your uncle flies down from Seattle. Your cousins drive in from Tucson. People need places to stay, and you’re able help them out. We’re a short ride from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. Get the whole crew together at a substantial savings for everyone. Reserve a block of 10 or more sleeping rooms for out-of-town guests and each reservation gets a discounted rate. They care, so we care. The more the merrier.
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We Work With Your Vendors
Attention to detail is what makes your wedding truly beautiful. Whether it's the specific linens and centerpieces or custom decorations and desserts from your preferred vendors, our Catering and Event Managers ensure everything is in its perfect place.
Four-hour open bar. The wedding cake itself. Butlers at your beck and call. These are just three of the nearly two-dozen bonuses that are included with each wedding package from DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Phoenix. Dive into the various PDFs below and discover the one that’s right for you and your guests.
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DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Phoenix offers wedding options to make your dream wedding come true.
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Feast on Your Favorites
We’re so close to the airport and light rail, you celebrate sooner. We plan and host rehearsal dinners, anniversary celebrations, family reunions, baby and bridal showers, bar and bat mitzvahs and quinceañeras of every size. No matter your reason for getting together, you’re going to have some hungry people on your hands. With the flexible space, courteous staff and tasty dishes that make the day a huge success, we happily feed family, close friends, and not so close friends.
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Right Sized Rooms
Party people need room to breathe. They need space to dance and get down. Professionals need refreshments and a notepad to get to down to their business. With up to 10,000 sq. ft. of flexible indoor and outdoor space, your event can be intimate and warm or large and cheerful. Use our space calculator to figure out the dimensions for your particular event. As always, our DoubleTree staff is ready to care.
Your Space To Celebrate
No matter the reason for your group getting together, our flexible space can transform rooms into any size you want. Use the space calculator to figure out how many square feet your particular event will need. Big or small, you’ll find your answers here.
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We have a playbook written for every event. That’s because the proper plan of attack ensures meetings, weddings, reunions and any other group get-together go off without a hitch.
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A Boutique Meeting Experience
We’re the Goldilocks of meeting spaces. Not too big. Not too small. Just right. You won’t get lost in our multiple ballrooms, boardrooms and breakout areas, but you will find innovative food menus and professional, assigned staff. We can fit all your folks in one space, or several smaller spaces. DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Phoenix is so close to the airport, you and other attendees get together more quickly. Just let us know dates and group size, and our catering, culinary and convention staff will take care of the details.
Meetings Simplified by Hilton
At Hilton Hotels and Resorts, our hotels have the facilities and services ideally suited for your groups and offer simple, bundled pricing. Just choose the options you need and we’ll get right back to you with a quote.Our Meeting Package includes:
- Meeting room
- Basic meeting WiFi
- Flip chart & markers
- All day nonalcoholic beverage service
- Per person pricing
- Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner options
- Healthy and fun break options to enhance energy levels
- LCD Projector and screen or monitor
Need more options? Choose from the following:
To begin planning your next meeting, call the hotel and ask to speak to the Director of Sales, share what's important to make your meeting a success and we'll get right back to you with a quote.
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You didn’t get good at what you do by making bad choices. When you have a big group of people that all need a place to stay in the Valley of the Sun, let us set you up with a room block. When everyone is in one location, you get more done. The more they stay, the more productive you become.
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Group Value Dates mean SPECIAL RATES!
Value dates mean tremendous opportunities for your next meeting. Take advantage of sensational group rates and added concessions
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Always Something Happening in the Valley of the Sun
Looking for things to do in Metropolitan Phoenix? Enjoy a variety of Phoenix area activities, such as golf, shopping, concerts and more.
Convenient Light Rail
The light rail station is conveniently located one block from the hotel. Travel to many of these events is just minutes awayClick here for reservations
- Barrett-Jackson - (January 10 - 18) six days of antique car auctions selling collector cars from all vintages.
- FBR Phoenix Open - (January 259 - February 1) Played in North Scottsdale and annually sporting the largest crowds on the PGA TOUR.
- Fiesta Bowl - Fiesta Bowl has the opportunity to host the champion of the Big 12 Conference and another of the nation’s top college football teams at University of Phoenix Stadium.
- Indian Artists of America - Impressive, audience-interactive programs are hugely popular, showcasing HawkQuest's eagles, falcons and hawks at close range.
- PF Chang's Rock n' Roll Arizona - Staged in the Valley of the Sun, the Marathon & 1/2 Marathon tours through three of Arizona's most vibrant cities with ideal running weather and live music.
- World of Wheels - Sanctioned by the International Show Car Association (ISCA), exhibitors’ vehicles are assigned categories and professionally judged based on ISCA rules.
US Airways Center Concerts
Phoenix Suns NBA Basketball
- 01/2 - Memphis
- 01/4 - Milwaukee
- 01/15 - L.A. Lakers
- 01/17 - Dallas
- 01/19 - Denver
- 01/22 - Indiana
- 01/24 - Washington
- 01/2 - Columbus
- 01/4 - Philadelphia
- 01/7 - Calgary
- 01/9 - Minnesota
- 01/11 - Anaheim
- 01/16 - Vancouver
- 01/18 - New Jersey
- 01/20 - Toronto
- 01/28 - Los Angeles
- 01/30 - Buffalo
- Arabian Horse Show - Held annually at Westworld, it showcases nearly 2000 fabulous horses bringing top owners, trainers and breeders from around the world to compete in a variety of events.
- Arizona Renaissance Festival - A medieval amusement park, a 12-stage theater, a 30-acre circus, an arts and crafts fair, a jousting tournament and a feast!
- Arizona Travel Show - Local, national and international travel industry representatives offer travel information's, packages and services for families.
- Scottsdale Fine Art & Chocolate Festival - Liesurely stroll through the Scottsdale Fine Art & Chocolate Festival at the Scottsdale Pavilions and instantly enjoy the sweet scent of chocolate as it fills the desert air.
US Airways Center Concerts
Phoenix Suns NBA Basketball
- 02/1 - Charlotte
- 02/4 - Chicago
- 02/8 - Golden State
- 02/11 - Miami
- 02/19 - Boston
- 02/21 - San Antonio
- 02/23 - Houston
- 02/25 - Minnesota
- 02/28 - New Orleans
- Arizona Aloha Festival - Marketplace and Lath House stages are filled with performing groups from Arizona and surrounding states.
- Cactus League Baseball - Spring training games held in the Phoenix and Tucson area include the Angels, Diamondbacks, Cubs, White Sox, Rockies, Royals, Brewers, Athletics, Giants, Padres, Mariners and Rangers.
- Ostrich Festival - A three-day family event which includes ostrich events and more than 150 exhibitors selling a fantastic array of arts, crafts, goods, and food in a festive environment.
- Parada del Sol Parade & Rodeo - Month-long, western-themed events including the Parada del Sol Parade, Trail’s End Celebration in Old Town Scottsdale.
- Safeway LPGA Tournament - held at Superstition Mountain Golf and Country Club, on the Prospector Course. The event features many of the top-ranked players in ladies professional golf.
- Tempe Music Festival - Music, food and fun. This annual event features local and nationally acclaimed bands together for two days of live music with food vendors and more on the shores of Tempe Town Lake.
- West of Western Culinary Festival - West of Western Culinary Festival was founded to celebrate Arizona's Chefs and culinary culture. Come sample excellent dishes from the top chefs in the southwest.
US Airways Center Concerts
- 3/24 - lady Antebellum
Phoenix Suns NBA Basketball
- 03/2 - Atlanta
- 03/4 - L.A. Clippers
- 03/6 - Oklahoma City
- 03/12 - Clevela d
- 03/19 - Orlando
- 03/21 - Detroit
- 03/28 - New York
- 03/2 - St. Louis
- 03/4 - Vancouver
- 03/6 - Montreal
- 03/15 - Calgary
- 03/20 - Florida
- 03/22 - Boston
- 03/29 - Minnesota
- Arizona Asian Festival - annual, free festival features ethnic cuisine, arts and crafts, and such diverse entertainment as martial arts demonstrations, cultural dances and music from nearly a dozen Asian countries.
- Country Thunder Music Festival - A country music party. This four-day, outdoor, country music festival brings together top country entertainers for music and dancing southeast of Phoenix in Florence.
- Gay Pride Parade & Festival - Annual gathering of the gay community for a parade and festival.
- McDowell Mountain Music Festival - For lovers of music and food. Held at the Westworld Polo Grounds in Scottsdale, this festival brings together musicians who perform at this event which benefits local charities.
- NASCAR Subway Fresh 500 - Held at Phoenix International Raceway this NASCAR event becomes a city in the desert west of Phoenix for a week or more.
- Scottsdale Culinary Festival - As the longest running festival of its kind in the United States, the Festival draws more than 40,000 visitors looking to enjoy fabulous food, fun, festivities and ideal weather!
Phoenix Suns NBA Basketball
- Arizona Special Olympics Summer Games - An inspiring annual event that features persons with intellectual disabilities and closely-related developmental disabilities in sporting events to inspire and enhance their lives.
- Grand Canyon State Games - The Grand Canyon State Games is a multi-sport Olympic Festival for Arizona amateur athletes of all ages and abilities.
- Phoenix 4th of July Celebration - Phoenix Parks and Recreation is proud to offer free events for the entire family. Come out and enjoy kids' activities, entertainment, refreshments and fireworks.
- Tempe 4th of July Celebration - Located at Tempe Town lake, enjoy kids activities, entertainment, refreshments and fireworks (all within 8 minutes via light rail)
- Lori Piestewa Native American Games - Sporting events held throughout the Valley of the Sun include basketball, softball, track and field, volleyball, cross country and more.
- Desert Botanical Garden Flashlight Tours 2014 - Self-paced stroll along the Garden's Desert Discovery Trail, experience the plants, animals, sights and sounds of the desert night, bring a flashlight and wear walking shoes, Thursdays-Saturdays, 7 pm, http://dbg.org
- Mid-Autumn Moon Festival - Held at the Chinese Cultural Center, this annual event features dancing, singing, exhibitions and Chinese calligraphy plus food and beverages including traditional mooncakes.
Arizona Sun Devils Football
8/28 - Weber State
- 9/11 Heroes Run Tempe – Tempe Beach Park, 5K Run +1M fun run/walk welcomes runners and walkers of all levels and of all ages, events take place all over the world, on or near September 11th, and are 100% organized by local community volunteers, opportunity to thank local veterans, their families, and first responders in an annual, fun, and family friendly environment, 7 am, http://www.travismanion.org/tmf_911run_race/tempe-911-heroes-run
- Fiesta De La Familia Rawhide at its new location, celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with special events, food specials, performances and music.
Marco Antonio Solis (Sept. 19)
Phoenix - US Airways Center, with a high-energy, engaging and emotive performance, an icon of Mexican music and known throughout the world, complete with his musicians and dancers, $45-180, 8 pm, http://www.usairwayscenter.com/
- Phoenix Restaurant Week - (Sept 19 - 28) more than 200 Phoenix area and Tucson restaurants offer specialty prix-fixe dinners for $30 and $40 per person, excluding beverages, tax and gratuity unless noted, http://arizonarestaurantweek.com/
- 9th Annual Life Time Tri Tempe – (Sept 21) Tempe Bach Park, compete in either the sprint, international, paratriathlete or relay waves (both sprint and international relay options available), Olympic (swim 1500m / bike 25 Mi / run 10K) Triathlon; Sprint (swim 750m / bike 12.4 Mi / run 5K) Triathlon, 6:30 am, 480-299-1203 or http://www.tempetri.com
Arizona Sun Devils Football
9/25 - UCLA
- Arizona State Fair - (Oct 10 - 31) Family fun for all, enjoy its new foods, exhibits, and entertainment offerings. http://www.azstatefair.com
- Kokopelli Krush - Kool Jamz Dinners 5:00pm to 10:00pm with live music every Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
- Rainbows Festival - The Festival is an urban street fair and festival to celebrate the great diversity of Phoenix. This celebration is held each year in downtown Phoenix in Heritage Square Park.
- Tour de Scottsdale Bike Ride - An extraordinary cycling adventure that will circumnavigate the beautiful McDowell Mountains in North Scottsdale.
- 40th Anniversary ArtWalk (Oct 2)
Scottsdale - Scottsdale Arts District
Celebrates the kickoff to America’s Original ArtWalk art openings, live music, food sampling and more, sponsored by Scottsdale Gallery Association in conjunction with City of Scottsdale, free, 7-9 pm, 480-990-3939 or http://www.scottsdalegalleries.com
- 18th Annual Walk for Hope
Phoenix - (Oct 5) Phoenix Zoo
5K fundraiser for research for cancer, $20-25, 6:30 a.m. check-in opens, 7:30 am walk, http://nationalevents.cityofhope.org/site/TR?fr_id=2160&pg=entry
- Annual Arizona Dance Festival
Tempe - (Oct 9 - 11) Tempe Center for the Arts
Showcase of dance by AZ's premier dance companies, includes emerging artists as well as professionals from all genres and styles of dance and groups from around Arizona and out of state, $13-18, 7:30 pm, 480-962-4584 or http://www.DesertDanceTheatre.org
- 42nd Annual Oktoberfest@Tempe Town Lake (Oct 10 - 12)
42nd Annual Oktoberfest@Tempe Town Lake - blends polka, bratwurst and beer with salsa and Southwest foods, 4 stages of entertainment; six beer gardens plus wines & spirits; German brats and strudel, non-stop polka, local bands, games & entertainment for children, free, Fri. 5 pm - midnight, Sat. 10 am - midnight, Sun. 10 am - 6 pm, 480-491-FEST (3378) or http://www.tempeoktoberfest.com
- 20th Annual International Gem & Jewelry Show Scottsdale (Oct17 - 19) - WestWorld, exhibits, lectures, dealers, demos, prizes, $6 under 16 free, 301-294-1640 or http://www.intergem.net
- 12th Annual SOMA Half Iron Man Arizona Tempe - (October 19) Tempe Town Lake,
swim 1.2 miles, bike 56 miles, run 13.1 miles, awards, medals, aid stations, relays, 6:30 am, 480-226-4729 or http://redrockco.com/
- 13th Annual Great Pumpkin Festival
Phoenix - Desert Botanical Garden (Oct 23 - 26), one of the Valley’s favorite places to find that special pumpkin, take an authentic hayride out to the Garden’s pumpkin patch, where each day children 12 and under can choose their own free pumpkin, $6-15, Th-Fri 8:30 am – noon, Sat-Sun 8:30 am - 3 pm, 480-941-1225 or http://www.dbg.org
- 23rd Annual Charles Schwab Cup Championship Tournament
Scottsdale - Cochise Golf Course at Desert Mountain (October 30 - Nov 4), the season-ending event of the Champions Tour featuring the 30 top golfers on the Tour’s official money list, $20-50, 888-401-8000 or http://schwabcup.com
Arizona Sun Devils Football
10/18 Stanford University
- 130th Annual Arizona State Fair
Phoenix - Arizona State Fairgrounds (Nov 1 - 2). family entertainment, animals, food, rides, top-notch concerts, exhibits, motorized events, rodeo & more, Tues-Sun, new attractions, new rides, $5-10, http://www.azs
- 6th Annual Phoenix FearCon Film Festival Phoenix - FearFarm (Nov 1 - 2), showcasing the best horror cinema from around the world, presented by Trash City Entertainment, featuring the world premiere of several feature length and short films, cast and crew of many of the films will be available for Q&A and panel discussions, $10-50, noon – midnight, 602-399-9500 or http://www.phoenixfearcon.com
- 12th Annual Dia de los Muertos Celebration Phoenix - Desert Botanical Garden (Nov 1 - 2), this colorful tradition celebrated throughout the American Southwest, Latin America and Mexico, honors and celebrates departed loved ones in a festival setting, $8-18, 10 am - 5 pm, 480-941-1225 or http://www.dbg.org
- 2014 Walk MS - Phoenix - Phoenix Zoo (Nov 1), 5-mile, 3-mile, 1-mile, benefits the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, 8 am, http://walkaza.nationalmssociety.org
- 39th Annual 3TV Phoenix 10K & Half Marathon Phoenix - CityScape (Nov 2), selected by the USA Track & Field to be the Arizona state championship race for the 10K distance, also a 5K run/walk, a wheelchair 10K, a team challenge and a costume contest, includes a free kids' dash, vendors and after race celebrations, benefits The Mollen Foundation, $25 and up, 8 am, 602-751-6692 or http://www.phoenix10K.com
- Chiles & Chocolate Festival
Phoenix - Desert Botanical Garden (Nov 7 - 10), delight your taste buds sampling luscious gourmet chocolates, zesty salsas and other unique southwestern treats while enjoying live music, all items will be available for purchase from local Valley vendors, $8-18, 9 am - 4 pm, 480-941-1225 or http://www.dbg.org
- 2014 Greater Phoenix Light the Night Walk – Phoenix Municipal Stadium (Nov 7), celebration and commemoration of lives touched by cancer, family-friendly event includes a leisurely one mile walk, food, entertainment, kids’ zone, celebration of Life and a fireworks display, supporters light the night sky carrying illuminated balloons: red for supporters, white for survivors and gold in honor of lives lost, benefits Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, 5 pm, http://www.lightthenight.org/az
- NASCAR 200 - Phoenix International Raceway (Nov 8), NASCAR Nationwide Series racing returns with the up and coming stars as they battle the best of the Cup Series, 200 laps, 200 miles, $5-79, 2:30 pm, http://www.phoenixraceway.com
- Ford Ironman Arizona – Tempe Beach Park (Nov 16), features a 2.4 mile swim, a 112 mile bike and a complete marathon 26.2 miles in succession, 888-280-9097 or http://www.ironmanarizona.com
- 22nd Annual ZooLights - Phoenix Zoo (Nov 27-30), more than 3.5 million lights in 600 lighted sculptures unique to the Phoenix Zoo, live animals are not on exhibit, $9-14, 6-10 pm, 602-273-1341 or http://www.phoenixzoo.org
- 36th Annual Las Noches de las Luminarias - Desert Botanical Gardens (Nov 28 - 30), thousands of hand-lit luminarias line the garden pathways, musical entertainment each night, additional buffet dinner is available, $12.50-25, 5:30 pm, pre-register, 480-481-8188 or 480-481-8188 or http://www.dbg.org
- Fantasy of Lights Opening Night Parade - Mill Avenue District (Nov 29), this year’s theme – Starry Night, parade then Santa, thousands of sparkling lights and lighted displays, free, 6 pm, 480-894-8158 or http://www.downtowntempe.com
Arizona Sun Devils Football
11/01 - University of Utah
11/08 - Notre Dame
11/28 - University of Arizona
- 22nd Annual ZooLights - Phoenix Zoo (Dec 1 - 31), more than 3.5 million lights in 600 lighted sculptures unique to the Phoenix Zoo, live animals are not on exhibit, $9-14, 6-10 pm, 602-273-1341 or http://www.phoenixzoo.org
- A Christmas Carol - Playhouse on the Park (Dec 1 - 20), by Charles Dickens, relive this timeless classic with the whole family, the ultimate family holiday experience, don't miss the adventures of Scrooge as he is once again visited by the Spirits of Christmas Past, Present and Future, http://swshakespeare.org/
- Saguaro Classic Arabian Horse Show – WestWorld of Scottsdale (Dec 4 - 7), performance, sport horse, hunter/jumper, and dressage, horses from throughout the West and Southwest including OK, TX, NM, Southern CA, UT, and NV travel to Scottsdale for one of the most competitive shows around, produced by Valley of the Sun Arabian Horse Association and the East Valley Arabian Horse Association, free to spectators, 8 am – 5 pm, http://www.scottsdaleaz.gov
- 46th Annual Fall Festival of the Arts - Mill Avenue District (Dec 5 - 7), largest arts & crafts festival in the Southwest; 450 national artists & craftspeople with original work, The Arizona Wine Festival, the Kids Innovation Station presented by APS with hands-on activities and performances, special cottage edibles and crafts area, music and street entertainment, free, 10 am – dusk, 480-967-4877 or http://www.tempefestivalofthearts.com
- 28th Annual APS Electric Light Parade (Dec 6) – Holidays in Toyland - Central Avenue from Montebello to Camelback, east on Camelback to 7th Street, 7th Street south to Indian School, night time parade with all entries lined with electric lights, free, 7 pm, 602-534-FEST (3378) or 602-262-6862 or http://www.phoenix.gov
- Goldmine Circuit Horse Show – WestWorld of Scottsdale (Dec 11 - 14), all breed horse show with buckles, saddles, and cash prizes, visit the Goldrush Expo, a shopping extravaganza, sponsored by Southwest Specialties, free to spectators, http://www.scottsdaleaz.gov
- APS Fantasy of Lights Boat Parade - Tempe Beach Park & Town Lake (Dec 13), Santa arrives at 6 pm, decorated and lighted boats of all sizes and makes parade at 7 pm, free, http://www.downtowntempe.com/
- 67th Annual Arizona National Livestock Show – Arizona State Fairgrounds (Dec 26-31), livestock shows and sales, Cowboy Classics Western Art & Gear show, working ranch horse competition, Chuck Wagon Cook Off, Dutch Oven Cook Off, ranch rodeo, Farm Experience interactive area for children, $10 parking & admission per car, 602-258-8568 or http://www.anls.org
- 44th Annual Fiesta Bowl Parade - Central Phoenix (Dec 27), floats, bands, specialty and equestrian units; Arizona's largest one-day spectator event and one of the nation's finest and largest parades, reserved seats $25, 11 am, 480-350-0911 or http://www.fiestabowl.org
- 31st Annual New Year’s Eve Mill Avenue Block Party - Mill Avenue District (Dec31), a little something for everyone, a Family Fun Zone, Radio Disney’s Rockin’ Road Show early, local bands later, & fireworks, free, 5 pm – 12:30 am, http://www.millavenue.com/
Arizona Sun Devils Mens Basketball
Phoenix Suns NBA Basketball
- 12/13 - Sacramento
- 12/15 - Golden State
- 12/18 - San Antonio
- 12/21 - Dallas
- 12/23 - L.A. Lakers
- 12/28 - Philadelphia
Arizona Cardinals Football
- 12/29 - San Francisco 49ers
Easy Access to a Fascinating Place
Sunshine. Sports. Cacti. The Phoenix Metropolitan area is packed with fine shopping, southwestern eats, sightseeing and unforgettable outdoor experiences worth exploring. Once you’ve taken care of the business side of things, stay busy checking out wondrous hikes, imaginative museums and some of the best restaurants in the entire nation. Stop by the front desk and our staff will happily share their local favorites.
Phoenix Area Attractions
ASU Devil Stadium
Arizona Mills Mall
Chase Field (Arizona Diamondbacks)
Chinese Cultural Center
City Center/Downtown Phoenix
Desert Botanical Gardens
Jobing.com Arena (Phoenix Coyotes)
Oakland As Spring Training Facility
Phoenix International Raceway
Phoenix Municipal Stadium
Tempe Mill Avenue
US Airways Center (Phoenix Suns)
University of Phoenix Stadium
Making Business Less Busy
Technology. Entrepreneurship. Aeronautics. Next generation ideas and products pour out of this area. DoubleTree Suites by Hilton - Phoenix is the central platform for professionals of all types and trades to meet in large groups, discuss propositions and come to terms on some of the most important decisions in commerce.
Bank of America
Blackbox Network Services
Health Choice Arizona
Kumon Math and Learning Centers
Magellan Health Services
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Our staff prides itself on genuine communication. So why should your meeting be any different? DoubleTree Suites by Hilton – Phoenix offers audio & visual services that make your business meeting or social event a complete success. With the right mix of sight and sound, ordinary meetings are transformed—you communicate like never before.
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DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Phoenix
320 North 44th Street, Phoenix, AZ 85008
Tel: (602) 225-0500 | Fax: (602) 231-0561
Stay at the DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Phoenix and enjoy a great base from which to explore the surrounding area. The Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is 5 minutes away, while the Phoenix Metro Light Rail network will have you in the center of downtown Phoenix, Tempe & the campus of Arizona State University within minutes.
Toll Free: 1 855 610-8733S
Bryan Goodman, Director of Sales
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DIRECTIONS FROM THE HOTEL STAFF
From East or South I-10 Exit at Sky Harbor Airport to 143 Exit on Washington West, North on 44th St.
Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport
44th St. out of Sky Harbor Airport, go North on 44th St. 1.5 miles.
Distance from Hotel: 1.4 miles
Drive Time: 5 minutes
South on Scottsdale Rd. to McDowell Rd., turn right, go to 44th St., turn left, go 1/2 mile to hotel (on right side of street)
Distance from Hotel: 18 miles
Drive Time: 30 minutes
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