That Arizona Sky in Your Eyes
Did someone say “Penthouse”? The Southwest just got a whole lot hotter…
Written byCorry Cook
Photo courtesy ofHotel Eden Roc
Set within the heart of downtown Scottsdale, W Scottsdale is capturing the spotlight. Surrounded by exhilarating arts, sophisticated shopping, destination golf, and vibrant nightlife, the hotel offers a true insider escape. The 236-key property features 39 lavish suites, a 24-hour FIT gym, three destination lounges, and the city’s buzziest pool scene on its rooftop WET Deck.
Fresh off an extensive first-phase property- wide renovation, W Scottsdale will celebrate its 10th anniversary in elevated style with the opening of six Penthouse Suites. The new digs, located on the top floor of the hotel, feature sky-high style, five-star amenities, and panoramic views of the surrounding Sonoran Desert.
Beyond the Penthouse Suites, guests can head to the rooftop to enjoy a quick dip or join one of the hottest pool parties in Arizona. After a day filled with sun and swimming set to DJ-fueled music, guests can dive into first-class dining at the hotel’s Sushi Roku restaurant—the only Sushi Roku restaurant in Arizona—or sip on signature cocktails in the Living Room or rooftop Shade Lounge.
Accessed exclusively by private elevator, the one-, two-, and three-bedroom suites remain true to the W brand’s vibrant and on-trend DNA, with lavish master bedrooms, floor-to-ceiling windows, private balconies, full kitchens, and VIP treatment in the Southwest’s most dynamic destination.
A star is born!
Rates for Extreme WOW Suites start at $1,759 in the Summer and $2,399 in the Spring.
For more information on the new W Scottsdale Penthouse Suites, please visit www.wscottsdalehotel.com or call 480.970.2100.
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