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Courtyard Scottsdale Old Town

3311 North Scottsdale Road · Scottsdale, Arizona 85251 USA

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Attractions Near Courtyard Scottsdale Old Town

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Overflowing with upscale shops, family-friendly attractions, outstanding dining and nightlife, Scottsdale is a sparkling oasis in the middle of the desert. Drink in the city’s vibrant, refreshing atmosphere from our hotel in Old Town Scottsdale.


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Shopping

Spruce up your wardrobe or home decor with a trip to one of Scottsdale’s high-end shopping centers.


With upscale stores like Anthropologie, Banana Republic, Kate Spade and Burberry, your suitcase is sure to be bursting at the seams upon check-out!


 

  • Scottsdale Fashion Square: The largest shopping center in the state, Scottsdale Fashion Square boasts more than 225 upscale stores including Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, H&M, Crate & Barrel and a Microsoft Store in the heart of Old Town Scottsdale.


 

  • Biltmore Fashion Park: This outdoor mall features a variety of acclaimed restaurants in addition to popular stores like Macy’s, Saks Fifth Avenue, Williams-Sonoma and Apple.

Golf

Work on your long drive or hone your putting game at one of Scottsdale’s beautiful golf courses.


Ample sunshine, meticulously maintained grounds and spectacular views make for memorable outings with friends and family. Courses near our South Scottsdale hotel include:


 


 

  • McCormick Ranch Golf Club: With two championship courses and a fantastic on-site restaurant, McCormick Ranch is a great place to enjoy a round of golf with colleagues or friends.


 

  • Mountain Shadows Golf Club: In addition to a beautifully landscaped course, Mountain Shadows offers a driving range and professional instruction.


 

  • Troon North Golf Club: Studded with majestic Saguaro cacti and other gorgeous desert plants, Troon North is so beautiful that many couples choose it as their wedding venue.


 

  • TPC Scottsdale: Home to the annual WM Phoenix Open, this expansive 36-hole complex offers classes in addition to a fully stocked pro shop.

Sports & Recreation

There’s no better place for baseball fans than Scottsdale. Whether you’re a Diamondbacks fan or Scorpions supporter or you just want to watch Spring Training, our Old Town Scottsdale hotel offers an unbeatable location in the center of it all.


 

  • Scottsdale Stadium: Just a 10-minute walk from our hotel, this venue is home to the Scottsdale Scorpions, famous for molding up-and-coming players into true Major League Baseball talent.

 

  • Chase Field: Home of the beloved Arizona Diamondbacks, Chase Field features a state-of-the-art retractable roof and air conditioning—so feel free to leave the sunblock at home!

 

  • Cactus League Spring Training: Whether you’re rooting for the Giants, Royals, Rangers or A’s, take advantage of Spring Training in Scottsdale to see your favorite team gear up for the regular season.

Entertainment

With an impressive selection of restaurants and nightlife as well as a thriving arts community, it’s no wonder The New York Times once referred to Scottsdale as “a desert version of Miami’s South Beach.” Get out and discover all of the Downtown Scottsdale attractions today!


 

  • Historic Old Town Scottsdale: Downtown Scottsdale is the ultimate destination for visitors and residents alike to enjoy a variety of entertainment options, including unique art galleries, casual and upscale dining venues and extraordinary nightlife.


 


 

  • WestWorld of Scottsdale: This high-tech center hosts a variety of large-scale events including rodeos, car shows, sporting expos and shopping extravaganzas!


 

  • Day Tripper Trolley: The Day Tripper trolley is an easy and free way to explore North and South Scottsdale. The trolley travels along Scottsdale Road, and you can get on or off at the regular city bus stops.

 

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Family Fun

From toddlers to teens, there’s something for kids of all ages in Scottsdale. Courtyard Scottsdale Old Town offers quick access to a variety of family-friendly attractions, including historic landmarks and the country’s largest butterfly atrium!


 

  • Butterfly Wonderland: This glass-encased building mimics a tropical rainforest and features thousands of butterflies flying freely among multicolored flowers and lush trees.


 

  • Top Golf: Both novice and experienced golfers will appreciate the opportunity to work on their swing at Scottsdale’s Top Golf facility. The best part? You get to enjoy ice-cold cocktails and irresistible appetizers while waiting for your turn!


 

  • McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park: This 40-acre park features an out-of-commission Magma Arizona Railroad locomotive in addition to a railroad museum and several intricate model trains.


 

  • Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin West: The former winter home of Frank Lloyd Wright, Taliesin West now offers public tours – perfect for design enthusiasts and future architects.

Casinos

Hit the jackpot at one of Scottsdale’s state-of-the-art casinos, which offer a huge selection of slot machines and table games.


Not a big gambler? Enjoy delectable dining, handcrafted cocktails and an array of live entertainment instead!


  • Talking Stick Casino: With more than 800 slot machines and a variety of table games including blackjack and three-card poker, this stylish casino is the perfect place to try your luck.


  • Casino Arizona: In addition to slots, table games and five restaurants, Casino Arizona offers Latin and country dance lessons and tribute band concerts!

Hiking

Don’t mind a little dirt on your clothes? Grab your gear and head to one of Scottsdale’s many scenic hiking trails. Whether you’re new to hiking or a seasoned trekker, you’ll find a route that challenges and excites you near our Old Town Scottsdale hotel.


 

  • Camelback Mountain: Situated in the Residence Inn Scottsdale Paradise Valley’s backyard, Camelback Mountain is distinctive and dominant. Routes to the 2,704-foot summit are available for novices and experts.

 

  • Piestewa Peak: The second-highest point in the Phoenix Mountains after Camelback Mountain, Piestewa Peak offers a short but challenging climb with breathtaking views.

 

  • Pinnacle Peak: Open daily from dawn until dusk, Pinnacle Peak offers rock climbing in addition to a 3.5-mile trail for hiking, jogging and horseback riding.