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Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak Resort

7677 N 16TH St, Phoenix, AZ 85020

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Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak Resort, Phoenix, Arizona
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Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak Resort - Hotel Reviews from across the web

No title - expert review
The highlight of Squaw Peak, the more family-oriented of the two Pointe Hiltons in Phoenix, is the 9-acre recreation area Hole-in-the-Wall River Ranch. It has swimming pools with waterfalls, a 130-foot water slide, and a 1,000-foot river that winds past a miniature golf course, tennis courts, and ar...

No title - expert review
At the foot of Piestewa Peak (formerly Squaw Peak), this lushly landscaped resort makes a big splash with its 9-acre Hole-in-the-Wall River Ranch aquatic playground, which features a tubing river, water slide, waterfall, sports pool, and lagoon pool. An 18-hole putting course and game room also help...

No title - expert review
Set in the Squaw Peak area of north central Phoenix, this resort offers Spanish colonial architecture amid lushly landscaped grounds, with a dramatic desert mountain backdrop thrown in for good measure. It provides a complete range of recreational activities and amenities, including a full-service s...

Sweet little getaway - user review
Living in Tucson, we decided last second to run up to Phoenix for a weekend trip. This was the first and last hotel we looked at and got a King suite for less than $120 a night. The room was perfect for the four of us and we eneded up close to one of the pools and right across from the waterpark. Th...

Faded, needs remodel - user review
The Squaw Peak Hilton may have been nice a decade or two ago, but now it is badly in need of a remodel. The furniture and design is dated. Rugs, furniture, and bedding are old, faded, and threadbare. Paint was chipped and damaged throughout. TV and fridge appeared to be at least ten years old. Bedro...

An Oasis In The Desert - user review
My past travels had only taken me in and out of the Phoenix airport, so when I learned that we would be having our national sales conference in the Valley of the Sun, I was anxious for two reasons. I wondered what the accommod...

Make it a Pointe to try this Hotel - user review
Over the years, we have enjoyed staying at the various Pointe resorts in the Phoenix area. We fell in love with the Pointe on previous trips back when it was just the Pointe. Now that it has become the Hilton Pointe, we can s...

Squaw Peaks Hilton Phoenix AZ - user review
Constant construction, many dark rooms facing parking lots and interior corridors, disregard of special requests when booking, food vouchers for purchase online that they don't tell you do not include alcohol, and less than friendly staff makes this one aggravating destination. I was mad nearly the ...

Disapointed - user review
I was very disapointed with the robotic personel at the front desk. Couldn't get a smile out of any of the front desk employees during any of my several interactions with them. May be they were just havinga few bad days. I was also not happy with the extra charge for the use of their excersize room/...

Great hotel - user review
My husband and I stayed here at the end of Sept. The weather was perfect and it was not crowded at all. There were about 20 people total at the pool, which was perfect for us to relax. Our room was huge! It was one of the newer rooms (that I requested upon arrival). I believe they called it the exec...

This is a Hilton? - user review
Room felt like a cave low ceilings, felt small, even though there was a living room and bedroom. No fridge. The water park was nice but hours are very limited in winter (closed at 5 PM in February). Also the water park is actually pretty darn small compared to the Wisconsin Dells or other super wate...

No title - user review
The internet situation was annoying. We needed to use 2 different laptops which meant that I had to call to have one charge removed so that I didn't have to pay twice for internet. Hotels should have free wireless or at least two Ethernet ports. Free wireless should be standard in any upscale hotel....

No title - user review
This is a high density resort that is family oriented. The breakfast facility is located in a separate building from the resort. Although reasonably priced it is a long walk from the quiet backside rooms. For business travelers it is a stretch because the ambience can become noisy when people are co...

No title - user review
This resort is starting to show its age. I've stayed several times and problems have ranged from plumbing, to mechanical systems, to a sauna that was out of order for more then two weeks. These problems are minor and management is addressing them. Pools are first class my kids love staying here. We ...

Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak Resort: Huge Pool! - user review
Yes. We stumbled onto this hotel. It was the cheapest Hilton in town on the night we were there. It came recommended by a friend and we stayed. If you can get a cheap rate here I highly recommend it. Still a good place at a higher rate. But we ...

Nothing Special Here - user review
I stayed at the Hilton Squaw Peak for a conference. As an earlier reviewer said, the bed is extremely comfortable; however, the property itself is a little rundown...missing roof til...

Great for Business Conferences/Large Meetings - user review
I was the planner for our company's National Sales Meeting this year. Approximately 60 of our employees stayed with the Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak from February 4th - 8th.I had a great e...

Liked the Resort- Hated the Resort Fee - user review
Stayed here for two days on business. business functions including food were handled well. Room was a true suite. Better than Embassy Suites. Full Refrig, stove, microwave. Large flat scr...

Squaw Peak, better than expected - user review
Stayed in 1 bedroom suite with 2 queen beds, newly rehabbed room. Tile work in bathroom and separate vanity area really nice, all clean and fresh. Beds a bit soft for our taste, line...

Nice resort with some draw-backs - user review
This hotel is a decent option for business or vacation. Rooms are large, updated and nicely furnished. Very comfortable bed and good water pressure in shower. Pool and water park are ve...

Room to Roam at accomodating Resort - user review
We chose this property based on the Hilton brand name, plus the casitas were enticing as reviews sounded as if they offered much more square footage than the average hotel room (whi...

a bit worn around the edges - user review
We had been to Phoenix several times before and had always stayed in Scottsdale .. Since we had our teenage son with us we decided to stay here because of the water park. The water par...

My boys LOVED this place - user review
We just returned from a 4-day stay here and my kids want to move to Phoenix. There's a lot to recommend this Hilton, the water features in particular. My boys (ages 8 and 4) played mini go...

Amazing Pool Area - user review
We stayed in one of the property's casitas twice in the last month, so this is a review of that particular type of room. The casitas are large and have a private carport and private...

No fun at the Hilton! - user review
When I booked this reservation through a phone number listed on the hotel website, I SPECIFICALLY asked the reservationist to check the Ranch pool hours because we were arriving late, an...

We are headed back! - user review
This place was awesome! My kind of music at the pool (lazy river) and the kids loved it! we are returning in two months!price is right! ...

The Best Stay in Phoenix - user review
The Hilton Pointe Resorts in the Phoenix area..there are three, have never let us down. Everything that a person might want is made available to the guests. We have stayed at tw...

Pointe Hilton Resort at Squaw Peak - Phoenix, AZ, 85020-4495 - Citysearch
The Squaw Peak Hilton may have been nice a decade or two ago, but now it is badly in need of a remodel. The furniture and design is dated. Rugs, furniture, and bedding are old, faded, and threadbare. Paint was chipped and damaged throughout. TV and fridge appeared to be at least ten years old. Bedro...

Pointe Hilton Resort at Squaw Peak
Guests of the Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak Resort in Phoenix, Arizona, will enjoy relaxing amidst the beauty of the adjoining Mountain Preserve, while indulging in the luxurious services and activities that this hotel offers. The standard accommodations are spacious two-room suites that feature one king...

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