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JW Marriott Scottsdale Camelback Inn Resort & Spa

5402 East Lincoln Drive · Scottsdale, Arizona 85253 USA

History


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Marriott's First Resort

Early guests included many celebrities and business leaders, including Mrs. Dwight D. Eisenhower, Clark Gable, Jimmy Stewart, Bette Davis, and J.W. Marriott, Sr., who shared the Stewart's love for Camelback Inn. The Marriott's proudly made the Camelback Inn their first resort in 1967.

Celebrities

Some of the more recent celebrities and business leaders to vacation at Camelback Inn include famous talk show host Oprah Winfrey, former president George Bush and his wife Barbara, model/actress Rebecca Romijn, Dr. Ruth, actor Tom Selleck, model/actress Cindy Crawford, and world-renowned chef Bobby Flay, J.W. (Bill) Marriott, Jr., continued his father's commitment to Camelback by overseeing further expansion. These continuous improvements have earned the resort numerous accolades over the years.

Awards

In 1969, the resort received it's first Five-Star rating from Mobil Travel Guide, the publication's highest rating. In addition to the Mobil award, Camelback Inn is also recipient of the AAA Five Diamond Award, Meeting & Conventions Gold Key and Gold Tee Awards, Corporate Meetings & Incentives Paragon Award, and Successful Meetings Pinnacle Award.

Spa at Camelback Inn

In February 1989, the resort unveiled a magnificent addition, The Spa at Camelback Inn. The 31,000-square-foot full service facility is a world-class retreat unparalleled in service and setting of any resort spa in the Southwest. In 2000, it was ranked one of the Top 100 spas in the world.

Camelback Golf

The Camelback Golf Club features 36 holes of championship golf in a parkland setting, which promises a demanding round of golf. The Padre Course features towering trees, controlled landforms and strategic bunkering to heighten your game. Ambiente presents a distinct challenge where accuracy and a good strategy command the day, as every hole will force even the best players to focus on each and every shot. The newly remodeled 36,000-square-foot pueblo-styled Clubhouse still offers golfers an extensive golf shop, Acacia restaurant featuring breakfast and lunch, and the finest amenities in the Valley.

 

Camelback Golf Club

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