Three restaurants, an eight-acre water park and casita-style accommodations give a luxe feel to the non-smoking Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak Resort, located just three miles from the Phoenix Mountains Preserve. The four-story, pet-friendly, exterior-corridor Pointe Hilton is nestled on a 27-acre property and designed like a Spanish-Mediterranean village. Comfort is the key in its 563 rooms with pillowtop mattress, 250-thread-count sheets, and down duvets and pillows. You'll find convenience, too, thanks to the in-room kitchenettes (microwave, refrigerator, mini-bar and wet bar), sofa beds, upscale bath amenities, work desks, ergonomic chairs, free high-speed internet and adjacent carports. Food is easy here: there's a poolside grill, Western family-style restaurant and Southwestern-inspired eatery. You'll think you died and went to splash heaven in the eight-acre water park that satisfies the whole family with its three heated outdoor pools, lazy river and a 130-foot water slide. There's also a putting green and tennis courts on site. If work is your burden, crunch some numbers in the business center. When it's time for a workout, head to the in-house gym. You can treat yourself to luxury with a soothing massage or facial at the full-service spa. Self-parking is free. Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak Resort is four miles from I-17 and less than three miles from Phoenix Mountains Preserve, a group of parks with hiking trails. You can check out the large collection of Native American artifacts at the Heard Museum, a 15-minute drive. The hotel is 11 miles from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. our guests like the "really nice water park" at Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak Resort, a "great family resort" that "exceeds expectations."
Set adjoining a scenic mountain reserve with panoramic views, this 27 acre, meticulously landscaped Spanish-style resort features bi-level Casitas with numerous onsite amenities for all level of travelers. Dogs are allowed for an additional one time pet fee of $75 per room.
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