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Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain Resort

5700 E McDonald Dr, Paradise Valley, AZ 85253

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Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain Resort, Paradise Valley, Arizona
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Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain Resort - Hotel Reviews from across the web

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This luxurious boutique hotel is the only resort on the north slope of Camelback Mountain. Secluded mountain casitas are painted in desert hues and feature breathtaking views of Paradise Valley. Chic spa casitas surround the pool and are outfitted with contemporary furnishings and private patios. Ba...

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The only resort on the north slope of Arizona’s dramatic red Camelback Mountain, Sanctuary’s casitas stagger up the mountain, painted in desert hues (you’d almost think they were part of the natural landscape), with incredible views of Paradise Valley below. Set on the grounds of t...

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The JAMES may be the hippest hotel in Scottsdale, but this visually breathtaking place did the W Hotel thing first, and I still like the contemporary rooms here better than those at the JAMES. Located high on the northern flanks of Camelback Mountain, the lushly landscaped property has unforgettable...

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The Sanctuary is perched on the north side of Camelback Mountain, arguably one of the most stunning locations in the Valley of the Sun. Combining extraordinary views and exotic desert landscaping with cutting edge design, it is a contemporary luxury alternative to the area's more traditional southwe...

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Perched atop Camelback Mountain, the Sanctuary offers 98 newly remodeled Mountain and Spa casitas. Everything about the resort complements the spectacular setting surrounded in nature s colors, which change from morning golden sand yellow to evening purples and pinks. The Mountain casitas feature mo...

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Situated on 53 acres, high above the Valley, the Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain Resort and Spa recalls the era when the finest resorts were elegant and intimate. Hailed by Conde Nast Traveler as one of the world's best places to stay, the Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain Resort and Spa offers its gu...

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'Sanctuary' aptly describes this stunning desert resort, recognised as one of 'The World's Best Places to Stay' by Cond Nast Traveller's Gold List and one of the '10 top new resorts' in the Robb Report, 2003. This 53 acre resort captures the spirit of its natural surroundings taking full advantage o...

My wife and I stayed at The Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain and it was PERFECT! The spa casitas are amazing with the outdoor bathtubs and we even toured some of the private homes they offer, AMAZING! The cuisine in 'elements' was superb and not as expensive as one would think. The Sanctuary Spa was ...

Great Experience - user review
We loved our weekend at Sanctuary. The property is beautiful, the staff is great and leaves little to complain about. Although I thought it was good, I suggest that Elements is a bit overrated. There is better food off of the property. Of course, who w...

Wonderful Resort!! - user review
I stayed at the Sanctuary for two weeks last May, and I was extremely sorry when I had to leave. The resort seems to be less well known than many in the area, which is difficult for me to understand. One taxi driver had never h...

let Down - user review
Pool service overpriced and slow. Food was below average. Room was nice, but shower took a while to warm up. Bed not the best compared ...

Perfect chick weekend destination - user review
Just got back from a weekend with some girlfriends at the Sanctuary. It was perfect. The grounds were beautiful, the room huge and well appointed, the spa blissful, the staff so friendly and so accomodating. A wonderful trip. If you go, eat in Elements one night terrific food and service sit on the ...

Sanctuary in Paradise Indeed! - user review
As a corporate meeting planner and a personal traveler, I can't say enough about the Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain. My clients return over and over to this property because of the se...

A Wonderful December Vacation - user review
As opposed to some reviewers we went to Sanctuary to relax. It was exactly right for that. There were rules about cellphone etiquette and I liked the lack of computer usage/attachmen...

Way overpriced for what it is - user review
Had a 3 night stay for our 10 year wedding anniversary in October. We found the rooms to be an odd mixture of old 1960's or 1970's architecture with very modern decor. They were nic...

Sanctuary was pleasant - user review
I booked a 3-night spa package for my husband's birthday. The staff was exceptional from my first contact with them by phone until the minute we left. They checked us in early and ask...

A Piece Of Desert Heaven - user review
I have had the pleasure of taking 4 trips within the last 18 months to The Sanctuary for business incentive programs. I develop the programs for mostly top tier sales teams nationwide....

Truly is a Sanctuary! - user review
I typically do not write reviews but always rely on other travelers' Tripadvisor ratings and comments. I absolutely loved Sanctuary. The decor in our Mountain Vista Suite was clean ...

The problems with a spa that has local members - user review
I was looking forward to spending Christmas at Sanctuary. I had heard good things about the location and service level. Their spa offered some unique treatments and their restaurant, Eleme...

Relaxing Luxury without Mega Complex - user review
Lovely and luxurious-have stayed before at Phoenician in Scottsdale and much prefer this smaller resort with beautiful rooms, grounds, excellent food and service. Spa treatments top no...

Truly paradise found! - user review
My parents live in Arizona and my husband and I were looking for a romantic getaway without the kids. My mother works for a local newspaper in Tucson and The Sanctuary was highly recom...

Amazing, tranquil place - user review
We (my boyfriend and I) had a fantastic, relaxing 2 night stay at Sanctuary. The service was brilliant, as was the food. We particularly found Concierge to be extremely helpful and ...

Good value and great location - user review
just came back from The Sanctuary. Stayed in a deluxe mountain suite casita (would recommend over the spa casitas since they are less cold and modern feeling, more cozy with grea...

Sanctuary Camelback Mountain - Paradise Valley, AZ, 85253 - Citysearch
The Sanctuary is perched on the north side of Camelback Mountain, combining the minimalism of the natural desert beauty with sleek decor and a modern sensibility. contemporary. The casitas are built right into Camelback Mountain, maximizing views of the landscape. The full-service, Asian-inspired sp...

Sanctuary On Camelback Mountain, Paradise Valley, AZ, United States Overview | Priceline.com Hotels
Sanctuary on Camelback is truly a legendary hideaway on Camelback Mountain, surrounded by a lush oasis of flowers and trees. The excitement builds in each of our deluxe casitas, 1 or 2 bedroom suites or 4 or 5 bedroom showplace homes - individually designed and appointed, down to the most personal d...

Sanctuary on Camel Back Mountain
Discover a perfect moment in time at Sanctuary on Camel Back Mountain Resort, Paradise Valley. Terraced high onto the north slope of Camel Back Mountain, reside ninety-eight spacious and luxurious casitas (little houses) ... hideaways that are respites from reality. Here, time is measured by book ch...

Mobil Travel Guide: The Sanctuary Spa at Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain Paradise Valley
Nestled in the desert landscape of Arizonas Paradise Valley, Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain was originally designed in the 1950s by Frank Lloyd Wright protg Hiram Hudson Benedict (Wrights Taliesin School of Architecture is located in nearby Scottsdale) as a tennis resort. For years, the resort...

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