Andaz Scottsdale | United States | If Only

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Sitting at the base of Camelback Mountain, this resort is just moment from a wealth of local attractions yet also tucked away from it all. Meandering across 23 acres, tucked behind private patios and beyond winding pathways 201 bungalows, suites and villas with a distinctly mid-century feel offer a wide choice of accommodation. The lines are clean and simple with white walls, sleek furnishings and desert-inspired art. Dining is infused with flavours of the southwest and inspired by the desert surroundings. Weft & Warp Art Bar + Kitchen offers inside/outside dining with a glass-walled show kitchen, whilst the Turquoise Pool Bar & Grill is the place for relaxed, casual dining. There’s a divine spa, fabulous pool area with private cabanas and in this region, regarded as the finest golf destination in the world, there is access to more than 200 excellent golf courses. Surrounded by the awe-inspiring landscape it’s no wonder that artists from across the world are drawn here and this eclectic community is home to a wealth of talent.


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At a glance

  • Luxury Hotel With Villas
  • 4 Star
  • 201 bungalows, suites and villas



Weaving throughout the resort, the mid-century accommodation is low-rise with a simplistic design perfectly at home in this desert environment. Eames bungalows, named after style icons Charles and Ray Eames, are cool and stylish with private patios, whilst the Knoll bungalows, an homage to modern American designer Florence Knoll, are larger with artisan-crafted furniture. The Sonoran Suites enjoy the benefits of a dedicated experience concierge, guests can choose from options with private pool cabanas, meticulous attention to detail and one of kind artwork. Guests looking for an abundance of privacy and space should look to the villas, where desert-luxe takes centre stage.



In house dining comes courtesy of Weft & Warp Art Bar + Kitchen, a stunning space with a huge outdoor terrace and glass walled show kitchen, here you are fully immersed in the dining experience. Inspired by the flavours of the southwest the dishes are small, tasting plates to share and savour, matched with a thoughtfully created wine list and some exceptional cocktails. The Turquoise Pool Bar & Grille offers light meals and snacks to be enjoyed poolside. Spa guests can indulge in some healthy treats from Palo Verde Spa Dining which includes smoothies and elixirs, salads, and fresh juices.



Lying in the heart of the resort the spacious pool deck is complemented by lounge chairs, shady umbrellas, and private cabanas. It’s the perfect place to relax under the dry desert sun or cool down after a day of adventure. There’s also a tranquil pool in the spa, for spa guests only. Depending on your mood there is plenty to keep guests entertained, the signature Create & Cultivate programme is designed to immerse you in the music, art, and nature of the region whilst Andaz Adventures curates a range of outdoor adventures with guided hikes, mountain biking tours and more.



There is something quite spiritual about a desert spa, in a place long revered as a place of solace, reflection and healing. The Palo Verde Spa is a restful sanctuary offering a menu of blissful spa treatments, steam rooms, a private hot tub and pool and an outdoor lounge with memorable views of the mountain. The apothecary treatments and therapies are tailored to you and, here in the desert you can awaken your senses and renew your spirit. There is also a superb indoor/outdoor fitness centre with Peloton bikes, and a variety of cardio and weight training equipment. Complimentary classes include meditation and yoga.


Getting There

Arrival Airport

Scottsdale Airport


Approximately a 15 minutes drive from the airport


With an average of around 300 days of sunshine a year across most of the state, Arizona is a great destination all year round. Temperatures can hit 40°C in summer (so high factor sun cream is essential), while temperatures in the winter cool and northern parts of the state even offer skiing on the snow-covered mountains.