STUNNING VIEW 2 BDRM 2 BATH RESORT LIKE CONDO
From $50 / night
|Per month:||$1,500 - $3,300|
Pets allowed: No
Clean and bright with lots of natural sunlight in every room featuring cathedral ceilings, plenty of windows and large balcony with pool view.
Fully equipped large kitchen, flat screen T.V's, model furniture, new tile, carpet and paint are but a few of the attractive amenities that make this destination a must.
Minutes from upscale Scottsdale dinning, shopping and numerous world class golf courses, hiking, walking paths and bicycling trails.
Ideal location that you can call home that is quiet and peaceful with easy access to major highways.
New patio furniture consisting of love seat and chair.
The 2013 Population is estimated to be of about 221,789 people living within the city. The New York Times described downtown Scottsdale as "a desert version of Miami's South Beach" and as having "plenty of late night activity and a buzzing hotel scene.
Scottsdale is bordered to the west by Phoenix and Paradise Valley, to the north by Carefree, to the south by Tempe, and to the east by Fountain Hills.
The city is home to many high-end corporate retail outlets, as well as independent boutiques.
There are many shopping areas within the city of Scottsdale, ranging from small districts to large centers. The most notable regional centers include the upscale Kierland Commons in North Scottsdale, and the massive Scottsdale Fashion Square in Downtown Scottsdale, a major destination for high-end retailers. These shopping centers (and others) in Scottsdale claim dozens of marquee brands that are unique to both Phoenix and the Southwestern region.
The Hotel Valley Ho caters to both day and night entertainment.
Named by The New York Times as one of the "hippest and most happening" places in the country, Scottsdale is home to a variety of high-end nightclubs, restaurants, hotels, lounges and bars. Over the past decade in particular, these establishments have grown in great numbers, many catering to a more "young, fashion-conscious crowd." This is evident by the growing number of trendy, style-conscious hotels that have opened up throughout Downtown Scottsdale which equally cater to the nightlife crowds. Most notably, the Morgan Hotel Group's all-white Mondrian Hotel, the FireSky Resort & Spa, the independent mid-century Hotel Valley Ho and the W Hotel.
The majority of nightlife is concentrated in Downtown Scottsdale, between Camelback and Osborn roads. This is the most active and popular nightlife destination in the Phoenix Metropolitan Area. Similar to well-known nightclub districts in other major cities, much like Atlanta's Buckhead district and Miami's South Beach, most of Downtown Scottsdale's major bars and clubs are generally located within walking distance, often providing a vibrant and buzzing scene during most evenings. Thursdays through Sundays being the most active, as crowds of over 40,000-strong are known to congregate to this area.
Sports and recreation:
The city is the spring training home of the San Francisco Giants, who practice at Scottsdale Stadium in Downtown Scottsdale.Scottsdale Stadium also hosts the Scottsdale Scorpions, a minor league baseball team in the Arizona Fall League. In February 2011 the Colorado Rockies and Arizona Diamondbacks began sharing a new spring training facility, Salt River Fields at Talking Stick, located on the city's eastern border with the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community.
Though none play specifically in the city of Scottsdale, all of the "Big Four" North American major league sports organizations have franchises and play within the Phoenix Metropolitan Area - NBA's Phoenix Suns, NFL's Arizona Cardinals, MLB's Arizona Diamondbacks and NHL's Phoenix Coyotes, as well as a WNBA franchise, the Phoenix Mercury.
The Phoenician Golf Club
The city is widely known as a premier destination in the United States for golf. In all, the city is home to more than 200 area courses offering layouts that range from the rolling green fairways of traditional courses, to desert golf designs. In 2006, the Robb Report cited Scottsdale as, "America's Best Place to Live for Golf." The Boulders Resort & Golden Spa and Four Seasons Hotel|Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale at Troon North were selected in 2005 as the second and fourth best golf resorts in the nation by Travel + Leisure Golf magazine. Other notable golf courses in the area include FireRock, Troon North, The Phoenician, and Silverleaf.
Since 2010, the historic WM Waste Management Phoenix Open Golf Tournament - formerly the FBR Open and Phoenix Open, which originally began in 1932 - is now held annually each January at the Tournament Players Club (or "TPC") in North Scottsdale. The TPC is adjacent to the large Fairmont Scottsdale Resort. It is the largest-attended stop of the annual PGA Tour, attracting well over 500,000 people to the 4-day event alone.
About the owner
|Jan 01 2017||Apr 30 2017||-||-||$900||$3,300||1 Week|
|May 01 2017||Sep 30 2017||-||-||-||$1,500||1 Week|
|Oct 01 2017||Nov 16 2017||-||-||-||$1,700||1 Week|
|Nov 17 2017||Dec 31 2017||-||-||-||$2,450||1 Week|
|Deposits: Security deposit for 1 week: 750; monthly at $2800|
|Payment Options: Cashier's Check, Money Order|
Reviews for this vacation condo rental in Scottsdale, Arizona
Jackie Parker Clement
March 22, 2014
Our 2 week stay was perfect! The condo is wonderful and well equipped with everything you need. We loved sitting out on the deck in the evenings playing cards and barbequing our dinners while overlooking the pool area. The Condo community is very quiet and safe. The pool and hot tub are great and very clean. The location in Scottsdale was perfect, only a few miles to Walmart, Costco, TPC Scottsdale Golf course, and everything you could possibly need. There is a small mall conveniently located right across the street for groceries. The owner is very helpful and accommodating. We would definitely stay in this condo again.
Unit was bright, open, clean with a beautiful view of the pool from the balcony...lovely place to enjoy a morning coffee or evening cocktail! Very central to golf, shopping and fine dining.
The Neal's of Calgary, Alberta