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Make Scottsdale your next getaway

Scottsdale is famed for its world-class spa and golf destination for good reason. It also has an excellent art and food scene, as well as a laid-back vibe that attracts travelers near and far. Enjoy year-round sunshine by practicing your swing, hiking in the Sonoran Desert, kayaking on the Lower Salt River, and touring the Bradshaw Mountains on ATVs. Scottsdale is the perfect place for both adventure seekers and relaxation lovers looking for a warm getaway.

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Frequently asked questions about Scottsdale

Scottsdale, Arizona is known for its luxury resorts, spas, and many golf courses, as well as its art galleries, museums, and shopping districts. There is truly something for everyone. The city also has a vibrant nightlife scene and is home to several annual events, such as The WM Phoenix Open at TPC Scottsdale, The Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show and the Scottsdale Arts Festival. Additionally, Scottsdale is located in the Sonoran Desert and offers access to outdoor activities such as hiking, biking, and horseback riding.

The weather in Scottsdale, Arizona is generally warm and sunny, with mild winters and hot summers. The city has a desert climate, which means that it typically has low humidity, clear skies, and minimal precipitation.

During the summer months, temperatures can reach up to 100 degrees Fahrenheit (38 degrees Celsius) or more, but it cools down at night time. The winter months are mild, with daytime temperatures usually in the mid-60s to low-70s Fahrenheit (about 18-22 degrees Celsius), and nighttime temperatures can drop to around 40-50 degrees Fahrenheit (about 4-10 degrees Celsius).

It’s important to note that temperatures can vary depending on the location and time of year, so it’s always a good idea to check the forecast before planning your trip.

There are many ways to get around Scottsdale, Arizona.

Driving: Scottsdale is a car-friendly city, and many our our guests choose to rent a car or bring their own to get around. The city is served by many major highways and roads, and it is easy to navigate using a Google map.

Public Transportation: Valley Metro bus and light rail system services Scottsdale and the surrounding area. The service is not extensive but there are a few bus routes that go through the city, connecting to other parts of the Phoenix metropolitan area.

Rideshare Services: Rideshare services such as Uber and Lyft are really popular and available in Scottsdale, making it super easy to get around our beautiful city.

Biking: Scottsdale also has a bike-sharing program, called Grid Bike Share, which allows guests to rent a bike from many stations around the city. When done, you return the bike any one of the many locations around the city.

Walking: Some of the downtown area of Scottsdale is also walkable, with many attractions, shops and restaurants in close proximity.

If you are considering on of our short term rental properties in Scottsdale, it’s worth noting that some of our properties in Scottsdale offer shuttle services to and from the airport, which can be a convenient option for your stay.

Scottsdale, Arizona offers a variety of things to do for visitors. Some of the top things to do in Scottsdale include:

1. Visit the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art (SMoCA) – This museum features rotating exhibitions of contemporary art and design, as well as a sculpture garden and an education center.

2. Explore Old Town Scottsdale – This historic district is home to a variety of shops, restaurants, and art galleries, as well as the Scottsdale Historical Museum and the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts.

3. Play Golf – Scottsdale is known for its golf courses, many of which are designed by famous golfers such as Phil Mickelson, and offer stunning views of the surrounding desert.

4. Take a hike – Scottsdale is located in the Sonoran Desert, and there are many hiking trails available in the area, including the popular Camelback Mountain, Pinnacle Peak Park, and McDowell Sonoran Preserve.

5. Visit the Scottsdale Fashion Square – This is one of the largest malls in the Southwest and features a wide variety of stores, including luxury brands and local boutiques.

6. Take a hot air balloon ride – Take in the breathtaking views of the Sonoran Desert and the surrounding mountains by taking a hot air balloon ride.

7. Visit the Scottsdale Arts Festival – This annual event features hundreds of artists, live music, and food vendors, and is a great way to experience the local arts scene.

8. Visit the Western Spirit: Scottsdale’s Museum of the West – This museum is dedicated to the art, history, and culture of the American West, and features a variety of permanent and rotating exhibits.

9. Have a spa day – Scottsdale is home to a number of luxurious spas and wellness centers, many of which offer traditional treatments such as massages and facials, as well as more unique experiences like sound baths and float tanks.

10. Visit the Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show – This annual event is one of the largest and most prestigious Arabian horse shows in the world and features thousands of horses, competitions and more.