7330 N Pima RdScottsdale, AZ 85258 (480) 948-3800



9500 E. Talking Stick Way Scottsdale, AZ 85256

Anyone can play Topgolf, from aspiring pros to those who've never walked 18 holes. All you have to do is swing a club and try to hit your microchipped balls into dartboard like targets. It's competitive. It's fun. And it's a great way to entertain corporate clients and colleagues in a decidedly non-corporate environment. It's not just golf - it's Topgolf.

Our 65,000 square foot venue features three levels of semi climate-controlled golf bays containing fans with misters and heaters. Each level features 34 bays which can accommodate up to six golfers. We offer event options for groups of 10 to 1200 ranging from a small board room, large banquet rooms, a rooftop terrace, a lower lounge with two billiard tables, a shuffleboard, and access to XBOX games, single level buyouts, and full buy-outs.


Players hit golf balls containing computer microchips that track each shot's accuracy and distance while also awarding points for hitting targets on a 215-yard outfield. You can challenge your friends and family to seven different point-scoring golf games that anyone from the hopeful golf pro to your neighbor's 7-year-old kid can play. With climate-controlled hitting bays, Topgolf is a facility that can be enjoyed in all seasons! Did we mention club rentals are free? Golf clubs are available at each bay. At night we feature dynamic light shows with our colorfully lit targets. During the day, our Scottsdale location features dynamic views of Arizona's popular McDowell Mountains.

Events - Topgolf is Flat Out Fun

Have everyone talking about the event you threw at Topgolf. With great food, upscale facilities and state-of-the-art technology, Topgolf makes a great home for your next corporate meeting or event. Entertainment options are limited only to your imagination. We can offer red carpet decor, live entertainment, interactive DJ's, dancing, casino style fun, live bands, photo booths, sports-viewing on over 230 flat screens, and a host of other additions.

Contact (480) 240-2402 scottsdaleevents@topgolf.com


Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin West

12345 N. Taliesin Dr. Scottsdale, AZ 85261

Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin West is Scottsdale's only National Historic Landmark. It serves as a prime example of Wright's organic architecture in that the structures are built of the rocks and sand of the Sonoran Desert and melds to the lower McDowell Mountains.

The grounds and buildings were constructed over a period of approximately twenty years by Frank Lloyd Wright and his apprentices. Set amid a Sonoran Desert Preserve of 491 acres, Taliesin West tours wind through provocative terraces, landscaped gardens and walkways commanding dramatic views of Camelback Mountain and the Valley of the Sun.

To view the innovative desert masonry of Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and workplace, expert guides lead tours of approximately 1/3 mile. Guests enjoy multiple rest stops where they learn about the history of Taliesin West and its famous creator.

The Panorama Tour visits the Cabaret Theater, Music Pavilion, and Wright's Private Office while exploring Wright's genius for creatively linking indoor and outdoor spaces.

Our most popular 90-minute Insights Tour includes all the stops of the Panorama Tour while adding special trips into the Wrights' Living Quarters and the gracious “Garden Room.”

Seasonally, Night Lights Tours show Taliesin West romantically lit under the Arizona stars. Junior Architect Tours, Desert “Shelter” Tours, and Extended Insights Tours grant Wright enthusiasts a wide variety of Taliesin West tour experiences.

Book your tour experience at Zerve.com/TaliesinWest or by calling 888.516.0811. After your tour, visit Anneliese's Bookstore featuring an immense collection of Wright-licensed products.

Contact (480) 860-2700 info@franklloydwright.org


You'll find plenty of things to do in Old Town Scottsdale – by day or night! Spend the day browsing the Fifth Avenue shops, trying on Native American jewelry in Historic Old Town or splurging at Scottsdale Fashion Square, the Southwest's largest retail destination. After dark, dine at one of Old Town's renowned restaurants, check out the weekly Scottsdale ArtWalk, or hit the clubs in the Entertainment District. Best of all, you can park once and explore all of the city's downtown hub with pedicabs or on foot!

American Indian Art Gallery

7056 E. Main St. Scottsdale, AZ 85251


Buffalo Collection

7044 E. Fifth Ave. Scottsdale, AZ 85251

Buffalo Collection offers the world's finest genuine American Buffalo leather furniture. Buffalo leather furniture is virtually unparalleled in its cushy softness, strength, and durability. Combined with the craftsmanship of our strong hardwood frames, eight way hand-tied springs, and down topped cushions, you'll experience a superior product of heirloom quality. It nicely bridges the timeline from an older, simpler way of life to today's contemporary, more sophisticated lifestyles. Each piece is hand crafted in America with lasting comfort in mind and designed to be cherished through the generations.

Come see our collection of unique western style luxury furniture including sofas, loveseats, chairs, ottomans, bed frames and head boards, and antiques as well as our beautiful array of home furnishings including pillows, tables, lighting, fine art, accessories, and much more! Designs range from casual ranch to urban contemporary. Our attention to detail with hand braiding and lacing, handmade knots, sewn ribbing and applique give these pieces unmatched appeal, whatever the setting.


The Marshall Gallery of Fine Art

Celebrating 20 years in Scottsdale, this renowned gallery is located in the heart of the Scottsdale Arts District. The Marshall Gallery offers a stunning showroom showcasing an exceptional collection of contemporary painting, sculpture, glass and furniture. Explore on your own, or allow expert art consultants to offer complimentary assistance to find the perfect addition to your own collection.

See, hear and even play instruments from every corner of the world in a one-of-a-kind collection.

The Musical Instrument Museum (MIM) tunes you into thousands of instrument sounds with a headset that syncs seamlessly as you move through its galleries. Take a world tour of cultural instruments and pop culture artists, and return for a live music experience at MIM Music Theater, a year-round concert series hosting more than 200 international acts.

The winding paths of this 50-acre desert garden showcase a fantastic variety of arid plants, from towering saguaros to delicate blooms.

This beautiful landscape is also the backdrop for the garden's seasonal events. During the winter months, thousands of luminaria bags and twinkling lights transform the garden for Las Noches de Las Luminarias , a holiday tradition. The garden also features art installations intertwined with the flora each year.

One of the nation's largest nonprofit zoos is home to more than 1,400 animals. See Sumatran tigers roam the savanna, feed giraffes in an up-close encounter and discover the local flora, fauna and critters of the Sonoran Desert on the zoo's Arizona Trail.

The park is also a popular hub of recreation, including fishing in seven acres of stocked lagoons and scenic Papago Golf Course , set at the base of Papago's buttes.

The tradition, culture and history of 22 regional American Indian tribes converge in the Heard Museum 's immersive exhibits and authentic art shop, as well as annual events like the World Championship Hoop Dance Contest .

Through art and cultural objects, the museum's ongoing exhibits tell the stories of native people of the Southwest, from early history to powerful memories of boarding schools.

Boasting 50 miles of trails through 16,000 acres of the Sonoran Desert, this municipal park is perfectly suited for outdoor adventure just minutes from the city.

The skyline views and Sonoran Desert flora aren't the park's only perks. Keep a lookout for ancient petroglyphs carved into the rocks (we've got details in this blog post on petroglyphs in Phoenix ). If you'd rather drive than hike, bike or hoof it up the trails, hop on the 5.5-mile Summit Road up to Dobbins Lookout, the highest accessible point in the preserve.

The Southwest's largest fine art museum features a collection of contemporary work and global masterpieces.

Complementing the museum's galleries of fine art and objects from Asia, America, Europe and beyond are rotating exhibitions. Want to see the permanent collections for free (and the special exhibitions at a discount)? Visit Wednesdays from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. during voluntary donation time, or the second Sunday of the month from noon to 5 p.m. for Free Family Sundays.

Southwestern arts and hip eateries line the streets of Old Town, a popular destination for Greater Phoenix shopping and nightlife.

If you're hunting for a souvenir, you'll find your fill of old-fashioned flair (think cowboy hats and turquoise jewelry) alongside upscale art galleries and trendy boutiques in the Fifth Avenue district. The area is also a hot spot for after-dark dancing, lounging and libations.

Like the 19th-century homes nearby, a restaurant in downtown's Heritage Square is making history: Pizzeria Bianco (heralded as the best pizza in the nation) is James Beard Award winner. The area is also home to the Arizona Science Center , featuring more than 350 hands-on exhibits.



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Hotel Features

Free WiFi and Parking

Free Hot Breakfast Buffet(Temporarily Closed)

Outdoor Heated Pool and Spa. Kids Pool too

Fitness Room and Guest Laundry