Renaissance Phoenix Downtown

Address: 50 East Adams Street, Phoenix, Central Arizona, Arizona, 85004, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Downtown Phoenix area of Phoenix, is near Symphony Hall and Terrace, Phoenix Symphony, Phoenix Police Museum, and Museo Chicano.
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      Our trip to Asia began on October 2nd, 2014

      A travel blog entry by foxybj14 on Oct 02, 2014

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      ... We stopped for a Thai meal and beer at a "Barbecue Garden" before entering the Palace. Again there was confusion over whether they would take American money. The Palace was quite contemporary all done to in marble. The rooms with had mostly floor to ceiling windows. The furniture arrangements were quite formal with with gold and brown upholstered furniture. This is where the President lived and where peace talks took place. We noted President Nixon in one of the pictures, ...

      Homeward Bound

      A travel blog entry by sharonscanlan on Jul 10, 2014

      ... at the gate. We boarded on time at 7:00 PM but then had an hour weather delay before we could take off. We got to Phoenix about 10:00 PM and were at our hotel by 11:00 PM. A 24-hour trip. We left for home at 8:00 AM the next morning and were very gratefully in our new house by Noon. Glad to be home but a wonderful trip! We feel rested and sW a beautiful part of the ...

      Ah'm no man, I'm a she-male

      A travel blog entry by johnnym on Mar 19, 2014

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      ... Indian boarding schools was particularly affecting-children were sent in some cases, but others as young as five were taken, with the idea that the 'Indian' would be educated out of them. The Art museum is free on Wednesday afternoons, from 3-9pm, and has modern art on the ground floor, traditional on the first. By now I was pretty tired and fading, but appreciated the exhibits and found the 'Read my Pins' exhibition, showcasing the pins ...

      What a day

      A travel blog entry by russellchilvers on Jun 25, 2013

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      ... my god, the amount of weird people and Mexican mafia here, you wouldn't want to **** about with anyone here...

      Finally boarded the bus, again, some strange people on here but all fine though. There was this women from somewhere like Texas, did not stop talking the whole ******* way!! Apparently she doesn't like child molesters that much, mmm.. This bloody bus stopped off so many times but the ...

      Fun in the sun in Phoenix

      A travel blog entry by goodner on Jun 22, 2013

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      ... how we were going to subdivide the one bedroom up between all of our suitcases, and then headed out to dinner.

      Using Yelp, we found a fantastic restaurant on the corner of Scottsdale Rd. and Camelback Rd. called Olive and Ivy. Great atmosphere and great food. After dinner, we decided to take a pedi-cab ride around old South Scottsdale. Our driver/cyclist's name was Nathan, and he was quite the character. ...