Welcome to the newly renovated Courtyard Phoenix North, nestled between
the 250-store Metrocenter Mall & the Black Canyon Conference Center, our
hotel is in the middle of it all.
At the end of the day, enjoy the comfortable and welcoming atmosphere
found in our newly-renovated lobby. Watch the big screen TV, unwind with a
cocktail, or stay connected using our complimentary wireless Internet
Our state-of-the-art lobby features a new, more personal arrival experience that is sure to delight even the most traveled road warrior.
Our outdoor living area is the perfect place to gather with friends and
Our signature GoBoard, an interactive, touch screen informational
display panel, located in our lobby, allows you to access driving
directions, view local weather, find a local restaurant, and catch up on all
the latest news.
For more privacy, guests can work or relax in one of the comfortable
media pods, featuring free wireless high-speed Internet access, power
outlets for cell phone chargers and laptops, and a flat-screen TV with
personal remote control.
The Market, located in our lobby, offers a selection of meals on the go, snacks, and cold beverages 24 hours a day.
Our stylish lobby offers a more personal, relaxing experience that is
sure to delight every guest.
Stay connected with free Wi-Fi and printing in our business center.
Don't leave Phoenix without taking advantage of the natural beauty of the Sonora Desert. South Mountain and Estrella Mountain Regional Parks are the perfect places to experience the majesty of the Southwest, and both are close to the hotel.
Downtown Phoenix offers something for everyone including, museums, performing arts venues and a thriving art scene as well as a large sports presence. Chase Field is home to the Arizona Diamondbacks and the US Airways Center is home to the Phoenix Suns, the Phoenix Mercury, the Arizona Rattlers and the Phoenix Roadrunners.
Aguila Golf Course 15th Hole
Aguila Golf Course is the latest addition to Phoenix's roster of municipal golf courses. Designed by Gary Panks, the $6.5 million, 210-acre facility features an 18-Hole Championship Course and a 9-hole Par 3 Course. Photo courtesy of Greater Phoenix CVB and City of Phoenix.
Chase Field, home of the Arizona Diamondbacks, is one of the few baseball stadiums in the world to feature a retractable roof, air conditioning and a natural-grass playing surface. It also boasts Major League Baseball's biggest video board and a swimming pool. Photo courtesy of Greater Phoenix CVB.
Hot Air Balloons
Hot air ballooning is a popular activity in the cooler fall and winter months in the Southwest. Photo courtesy of Greater Phoenix CVB and Hot Air Expeditions.
Camelback Mountain draws thousands of visitors with its sheer red sandstone cliffs and its telltale hump. Hiking to the top is not for beginning hikers, as the two summit trails are strenuous climbs over sometimes tricky trails. Some easier trails allow close-up exploration around Camelback's base. Photo courtesy of Greater Phoenix CVB.
METRO Light Rail Transportation
METRO is now open and operating with traffic in the cities of Phoenix, Tempe and Mesa. At any time of the day or night, you can find yourself near an operating light rail vehicle or a METRO train consisting of two or three vehicles connected together.
The Phoenix Zoo sits on 125 acres of land in the Papago Park area of Phoenix and has over 1,300 animals on display. Photo courtesy of Greater Phoenix CVB and Phoenix Zoo.
US Airways Center
Catch a Sun's game at the US Airways Center. Photo courtesy of Greater Phoenix CVB.
MLB Spring Training
The Cactus League has been an Arizona tradition for over a half-century. What began as a two-team league in 1947 has grown to twelve Major League Baseball teams playing in seven cities throughout the state. The league's popularity is at an all-time high with games scheduled every day in March. The Cactus League offers baseball enthusiasts an excellent opportunity to enjoy their favorite teams in fan-friendly, state-of-the-art ballparks.