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Ideal places to stay in Phoenix

The Phoenix area obtain more sunshine and warmer temperature than any other metro area in the country of Arizona. This is why it’s given the nickname “Valley of the Sun”. Phoenix, the capital of southwestern U.S. state of Arizona, features a desirable combination of relatively low cost of living, a thriving job market and a lot of ways to enjoy the sunny weather making it an ideal place to live. A day is not enough to do all amusing and enjoyable things like visiting museums and nature parks or some outdoor activities like hiking and sports so if you’re planning to stay in phoenix, here are some ideal places to stay.

 

 

Central Phoenix 

 

There are many different 5-star hotels in downtown phoenix to choose from like Sheraton Grand Phoenix, Hyatt Regency Phoenix and Arizona Biltmore. The Sheraton Grand Phoenix hotel has about 1,000 rooms arranged over 31 floors. The Hyatt Regency Phoenix with about 700 rooms arranged over 21 floors. And Arizona Biltmore with more than 700 rooms arranged over 4 floors.This puts you close to the restaurants, shops and museums like Wells Fargo History Museum, Arizona Science Center, Heard Museum and the Phoenix Art Museum. And also a performing arts thrive at the Orpheum Theatre and Symphony Hall. While for sports fan, head for Chase Field and US Airways Center. 

 

Camelback Mountain

 

The Camelback Mountain, located northwest of downtown, suits best for outdoor enthusiasts because of its rocky, cacti-fringed hiking and biking trails. Camelback Road serves as the area’s bustling center with upscaling shopping boutiques and sleek residential towers. And If you get tired there are many resort and spa near the mountain to relax like Royal Palms Resort and Spa that has more than 100 rooms arranged in 2 floors, Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain Resort and Spa that also has more than 100 rooms arranged in 1 floor and the Mountain Shadows Resort that has more than 150 rooms arranged in 3 floors. Giving you an easy access to Phoenix Zoo, Carnival and some museum in Scottdale like Western Spirit: Scottsdale's Museum of the West Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts and also shopping malls like Fashion Square and Scottdale Waterfront. 

 

Sky Harbor International Airport

 

Located at the east and just 5 minutes of downtown Phoenix is Sky Harbor International Airport. The airport that allows many people from other country to come in phoenix is the reason why it is surrounded by many hotels nearby like Hilton Garden Inn Phoenix Airport with more than 190 rooms arranged over 10 floors, Best Western Airport Inn with more than 100 rooms arranged over 2 floors, Crowne Plaza Phoenix that has about 290 rooms arranged over 10 floors. It is an ideal place for exploring other neighborhood because of the mass transit that links country of Phoenix like Scottdale or Tempe. The area have the Pueblo Grande Museum and Cultural Park lie only a few minutes east, Phoenix Municipal Stadium and Celebrity Theater and Papago Park.

 

What you’ll find at the Phoenix Desert Botanical Gardens

Phoenix AZ is really blessed with its ideal tourist spots, scenic attractions of nature, amazing parks and hiking trails. It’s the major reasons why many people visit Phoenix and that includes seeing the nicest desert garden in Phoenix. The desert botanical garden has become one of Phoenix main spot of visitor’s because of its undeniable beauty of desert plants that has its different class and family. It is great to visit with family, friends, or explore it with your love ones for any special day.


Desert Botanical Garden has its location in the famous Papago Park, Galvin Pkwy in Phoenix area and has been operating since 1939. Well the garden isn’t just a typical garden but it’s also has been designated by the American Association of Museum as a unique Museum in the City. The garden has its 140 acres and covered 21, 00 plants and represents 3, 931 classification of plants and has been named as Phoenix point of pride.


The Desert Botanical Garden is a non-profit organization and a privately funded as well. It has been taken care by the numbers of volunteers that helps a lot for the development and maintenance of the garden.


Visiting Desert Botanical Garden is truly wonderful and great opportunity for everyone. But what’s you’ll find in this interesting Desert Botanical Garden?


Desert Discovery Trail
The desert Botanical Garden has its desert discovery trail which is one of the most interesting place in the garden. You’ll see different kinds of desert plants that came from different places all over the world. Another thing you’ll find here is the oldest plants of cacti with its different species and families. You’ll also see Sybil and Harrington Cactus and Succulent Galleries While you pass along this trail. Don’t forget to them a picture.


Harriet K. Maxwell Desert Wildflower trail
Well, this is the most favorite part especially to couples, you’ll find and be amazed by the most beautiful desert wildflowers that you’ll love. Aside from these amazing wildflowers. You can see hummingbirds flying around the trees and cute bees that kissing on the flower’s nectar. It would be ideal to celebrate any occasions here like your wedding anniversary. Sounds romantic, isn’t it?


Sonoran Desert Nature Trail
Well, here in Sonoran Desert Nature Trail, you would see the view of desert, mountains, different plants and animals, not in real but in a photo. Or it’s should be called as a gallery of these said spectacular views.


Plants and People of Sonoran Desert Trail
This trail describe as the history of desert dwellers, how they live and use these plants to survive like they been use it for foods, medicine, construction and other they need. Crafts they made can be seen on 1/3 mile trail.


Center for Desert Living
Center for Desert living is like a vegetable garden because of its desert herbal and vegetable plants that spread all over this trail. You’ll see the popular aloe Vera that has been used as a remedy for skin conditions.

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