JW Marriott Camelback Inn Scottsdale Resort & Spa
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Adjoining Rooms
- Conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Heated pool
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews JW Marriott Camelback Inn Scottsdale Resort & Spa Paradise Valley
Travel Blogs from Paradise Valley
... in places, with 87 ground-floor rooms. Both of these ruins were truly incredible! It was unfortunate that it was raining when we got to Sedona because the massive fire-hued red rocks would have been amazing with sun shining on them, but you get what you get! Between Sedona and Flagstaff lies Oak Creek Canyon -- another awesome site with cliffs, rocky gorges, unusual rock formations, and pine, cypress, and juniper ...
... park we love because of the solitude and wide open vistas. But there isn't a sewer dump at the sites. Watching gray tanks an black tanks is only good for the two weeks we stay. We are in Site 64 like it and 51 for next year. And then...I got sick with sore throat, coughing, aches and pains, in bed for most of three days. Finally went to an Urgent Care here And got some antibiotics, including a booster in my behind. ...
... miles and found a small RV park close to an even smaller town called Hugo, midway through Oklahoma.
Feb 3- On the road at 8 AM as our destination for this evening was near Amarillo, Texas, a long 450 miles away. Although a tedeous drive (especially for driver Bob) the beautiful sunny skies helped make it more enjoyable. The landscape once again was straight 2 lane roads, rolling grasslands and every once in a while, a small town. I had discovered ...
... So after looking around, searching on our phones and feeling a little defeated the kids and I just ate in the car and Corey would just have to wait. Then we passed by a beautiful campground with picnic tables and a big parking lot and hoped we would find a place to turn around and go back. We did and it was just what we were hoping for! Corey finally got to eat and there was even a little trail that led to a stream. When I ...
... since and as they live in Mesa, a suburb of Phoenix, we could not pass through without looking them up. We drove to their
home, went out for a great lunch and then they took us on a tour of Mesa and
the next town of Tempe. Mesa is known as a retirement town and the population
grows significantly when the snow birds ...