Our guests splash their way through four outdoor pools, swing their way through two on-site golf courses and stretch out in a full-service spa at the non-smoking Sheraton Wild Horse Pass Resort and Spa. Inspired by the heritage and culture of the Pima and Maricopa Indian tribes that live along the Gila River, this resort has four floors and 500 rooms. Each room contains numerous details of the local Native American culture, including original artwork, bedspreads and petroglyph-engrained furniture. Guests step out on private balconies with views of the Gila River, the Sierra Estrella or South Mountain ranges, the golf courses or the pools. Plunge into a plushtop mattress and sleep sweetly through the night. Hunker down at the roomy work desk and surf the web on your laptop with high-speed internet access for a fee. Accommodations include 37-inch, flat-panel LCD TVs and coffeemakers. Gourmands savor the hotel's five on-site restaurants, including an award-winning Native American-inspired eatery. You can tee off in either of the two 18-hole championship golf courses covering 242 acres. Say giddyup and get on over to the equestrian center for a horse ride. The water complex includes four outdoor pools, waterfalls and a 111-foot water slide. There is a 17,500 square-foot full-service spa with 12 treatment rooms, a well-equipped fitness center and a business center. Nestled in the heart of the Sonoran Desert, the Sheraton is less than three miles from I-10, allowing guests easy access to the greater Phoenix area. You can do the locomotion on over to the Arizona Railway Museum in nearby Chandler, a 20-minute drive. Guests might get lucky at the Wild Horse Pass Casino, less than three miles away. Drive 30 minutes to downtown Phoenix and catch a baseball game at Chase Field, home of the Arizona Diamondbacks. U.S. Airways Center, the home of the Phoenix Suns, is adjacent to the ballpark. The hotel is 16 miles from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport and 34 miles from Scottsdale Municipal Airport. Our guests buzz about the "beautiful grounds with loads of entertainment, swimming, hiking and horseback riding" and the main restaurant that's "easily one of the best in the valley" at the Sheraton Wild Horse Pass Resort and Spa.
A journey of the native culture is one of the wonderful features of this western luxury resort: Also offered are two 18-hole championship golf courses, a variety of activities and recreation for all level of travelers, and dining at their seasonally and locally inspired 5-Star, award-winning restaurant. Dogs up to 80 pounds are allowed. Dogs are restricted to rooms on the first floor only. There are no additional pet fees; there is a pet policy to sign at check in. Dogs may not be left unattended in the room.
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