Marriott'S Canyon Villas At Desert Ridge
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMarriott'S Canyon Villas At Desert Ridge Phoenix
Excellent choice for a family stay in Phoenix. Although this is more of a vacation/time-share type of resort, I stayed only as part of a three-day vacation hotel stay. I was amazed at the size of the layout of our two-bedroom, two-bath villa. Plenty of space. My teen & pre-teen kids were able to get their own queen-sized separate beds in their room (mandatory for kids in that age range!). Villa contained a full-sized kitchen with family dinner table along with a bar-cabinet table. Plenty of marble cabinets counters in the kitchen and bathrooms. The master bathroom contained a large two-person sized walk-in shower and a deep bathtub, however my wife didn't like that the bathtub was visible from the master bedroom. Washer/dryer set was much appreciated and used, but dryer took forever to dry clothes.
Loved that there were three pools including an adult-only pool. Free internet! Resort villas also did not charge me a "resort fee" that places like this typically charge (bonus points for that!).
Landscaping was great which surprised me with this being Phoenix/desert. Must spend a fortune on water bills. I took advantage of the golf discount and played at the JW Marriott Wildfire Golf Club next door and enjoyed it. Very well-kept greens (I'm sure a good portion of my green fees goes towards the water bill).
Location is a bit of drive to reach the downtown Phoenix area and even Scottsdale was about a 20 minute drive, but on our multiple trips to downtown there was not much of a traffic jam. Probably not a good choice for simply a business trip, but this hotel will definitely be my first choice if returning to the Phoenix area with family.
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This morning was a golf morning for me. I took advantage of the on-site golf discount and scheduled a round at the JW Marriott Wildfire Golf Club next door and enjoyed it. Very well-kept greens (I'm sure a good portion of my green fees goes towards the water bill).
Enjoying an early 8:36 AM tee time round of golf was a good way to spend a …
After a late evening arrival to Phoenix, the crew slept in except for Laneshia who got up and made here way to a morning of spa services at the Revive Spa at the JW Marriott hotel next door to our resort. I dropped her off and watched her walk her merry way into the spa. I then headed to the store to buy some fresh food, milk and juice for our …
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