Where: Scottsdale, Arizona
What it costs: $3,099 per night (high season); $2,649 per night (shoulder season)
What’s inside: Measuring a roomy 3,150 square feet, this palatial accommodation rolls out dark hardwood flooring, contemporary furnishings with earth-tone accents and dozens of upscale amenities. The Master bedroom features a rich wood four-poster king bed, plush bedding, a dressing area with a full-length mirror and additional seating. The Master bathroom boasts a massive granite tub complete with jet system as well as a separate water closet with bidet. There’s a second bathroom for guests. A 1,200-square-foot parlor sports handsome artwork and furnishings, a 50-inch flat screen TV, a conference/dining area that can accommodate six people and a large wet bar accompanied by a refrigerator and microwave oven.
What else you get: The host hotel for the Waste Management Phoenix Open is situated adjacent to the TPC Scottsdale, home to the wildly popular Stadium course, which enjoyed a Tom Weiskopf renovation in 2014. Guests also can play the TPC Scottsdale’s Champions course, a heralded tournament track in its own right. To recuperate from all of that golf, head over to Well & Being, one of the nation’s top spa/wellness centers. A variety of heated pools and a fistful of Scottsdale’s most honored restaurants complete a superior package. The new Toro restaurant at the TPC Scottsdale — where you can sign charges back to your hotel room — dishes out innovative Asian/Latin fusion cuisine, with an emphasis on premium rums. Don’t miss tequila tasting at La Hacienda by Richard Sandoval, the highest-rated Mexican restaurant in the U.S.
For other budgets: Guest rooms at the hotel start at $599 per night in winter’s high season, $169 per night in summer.
Book it: scottsdaleprincess.com