Dazzlingly set next to Pinnacle Peak, north Scottsdale’s most distinctive mountain landmark, this super-luxurious resort is more intimate than the nearby Boulders. Casita accommodations are scattered across a boulder-strewn hillside and curled around three pools. There are two restaurants, including a high-end Spanish steakhouse, Talavera, along with a cozy lounge dubbed Onyx (this with a patio boasting terrific views of faraway Camelback Mountain and Piestwa Peak), and an enjoyable Western saloon-like affair called Proof. Guests get golf privileges at the nearby Troon North golf course. This is a great place for those who want to explore the desert on foot: You can walk to nearby Pinnacle Peak Park, or get a lift from the resort to nearby trail heads into the Sonoran Reserve. Guest rooms and suites are lavish; the priciest ones include a private plunge pool and an outdoor shower. Daily activities range from exercise and yoga to kids’ stuff. Note: There are lots of stairs and inclines here; make sure to ask for a ground-level room if that’s a problem.
Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale at Troon North
10600 E. Crescent Moon Dr., USA
Our Rating Neighborhood North Scottsdale Phone 888/207-9696 Prices High season $499–$1,079 double, $868–$2,809 suite; summer $209–$699 double, $499–$1,799 suite. $35 daily resort fee includes self-parking. Valet parking $35. Amenities 3 restaurants; 2 lounges; babysitting; children's programs; concierge; two 18-hole golf courses; health club and spa; Jacuzzi; 3 pools (including large 2-level pool); room service; 2 tennis courts Units 210 Web site Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale at Troon North Other Pets accepted
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