Gay Friendly Hotels Scottsdale Arizona: Top 3 (2021 Updated)
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1. Hotel Valley Ho 4* – Gay Friendly Hotels Scottsdale Arizona
Featuring a full service spa and health club, this hotel is a 5-minute drive from Old Town Scottsdale. Guests can relax in a year-round outdoor pool. A restaurant and a poolside bar are available.
All air-conditioned rooms include a work desk, a flat-screen TV and a small refrigerator at Hotel Valley Ho Scottsdale. A private bathroom with a hairdryer is also provided.
Guests can take advantage of a variety of spa treatments at Scottsdale Hotel Valley Ho, including massages, manicures and pedicures. A fitness center is also on site.
ZuZu Lounge serves American cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner daily. Cocktails and lunch are served poolside each day at OH Pool Bar.
In a mid-century building in the eclectic South Scottsdale district, this trendy hotel with a retro vibe is 3 miles from Camelback Mountain and the Desert Botanical Garden, and 9 miles from I-10.
Colorful, vintage-chic rooms provide Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, minibars and coffeemakers, plus balconies or patios. Suites add living areas; 1- and 2-bedroom upgraded suites offer kitchens, separate living rooms and mountain views. Room service is available 24/7.
There are 2 outdoor pools; 1 is flanked by a bar, a fire pit and cabanas (some with hot tubs). Other amenities include a modern restaurant, a spa and a gym, as well as breakfast and parking.
Hotel Valley Ho is a true icon in Downtown Scottsdale. Originally opened in 1956 and restored to its former splendor, this urban retreat blends mid-century-modern style with contemporary amenities. Every room has a private patio or balcony and floor-to-ceiling glass, perfect for enjoying Arizona’s sunshine. Dine at ZuZu, perfect for curious foodies, relax at VH Spa for Vitality + Health, and take a dip in two cool pools.
So much to love about this lovely desert oasis! First, the incredible mid-century modern architecture and design mixes so perfectly with hot desert environment that is Phoenix, and moreover the charming Scottsdale, Arizona.
The 2nd great thing to love is the location – easy to walk, bike, Uber, Lift and drive – with lots of fantastic restaurant, wine bars, bars, art galleries, museums, shops, and the like both east and north of the hotel in Old Town Scottsdale. We did have a nice bit of nosh at Zuzu and couple cocktails! Next time I’m going to have one of those amazing shakes!
The 3rd thing we really loved was the rooftop veranda! Treat yourself to an incredible 360 degree view of the greater Phoenix! We got to see the great conjunction in the clear desert sky! Definitely don’t forget to take a dip in one of the 2 incredible pools or soak those tired feet and calves (in our case) in the hot tub located near the main pool – towels provided. And finally, they don’t build them like this anymore, so pay attention to the subtle elements – for this is where this hotel is so successful. They’ve really paid attention to not only maintaining and highlighting the hotels historic characteristics, but they’ve updated the whole property with great design elements, and provided us clear, efficient, and friendly service during the entirety of our stay.
It’s centrally located in Old Town and is a very cool, retro boutique hotel with a celebrity vibe. Our room had a huge patio with tons of comfortable seating and a gorgeous view of Camelback Mountain. We ate in the hotel’s restaurant, Zuzu twice and both meals were extraordinary. Staff did an amazing job and expertly catered to all of our needs. Great place to stay.
How much does a room costs at Hotel Valley Ho?
Featuring a private outdoor balcony with views of the surrounding landscapes, this air-conditioned room includes a private bar. A flat-screen TV, ergonomic workstations, and a laptop-sized safe are also featured. Fine linens add additional comfort to the platform bed.
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2. The Scott Resort & Spa 4* – Gay Friendly Hotels Scottsdale AZ
Less than 5 minutes’ drive to Old Town Scottsdale, this pet-friendly hotel and spa features a torch-lit pool, a sandy beach pool and a sun terrace. All rooms include plush bathrobes and premium spa-inspired bath amenities.
A flat-screen TV, iHome docking station, and an in-room laptop safe are provided in each room. All rooms at The Scott Resort & Spa are air-conditioned, non smoking and offer an honor bar.
The Canal Club serves Caribbean-inspired cuisine daily for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and accommodates guests with special dietary needs. During the day, lighter meals and cocktails are available at the The Canal Club Poolside Bar.
Less than a mile from shopping in Old Town Scottsdale, this upscale modern resort is a mile from the Camelback Mountain trailhead.
Stylish rooms and suites with patios or private balconies have minibars, flat-screen TVs, iPod docks and free Wi-Fi. Some have lagoon, courtyard or pool views. Room service is available.
There’s a Caribbean restaurant and a poolside bar. A resort fee covers a 24-hour fitness center and valet parking. Other amenities include a spa, 2 sprawling outdoor pools and a sandy beach area.
We also took the free morning yoga class and really enjoyed it.
How much does a room costs at The Scott Resort & Spa?
Features views of a lushly landscaped Mediterranean lagoon from private patio or balcony, this room provides designer bath toiletries, flat-screen TV, an oversize desk and an organic mini-bar.
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3. Orange Tree Resort 4* – LGBT Friendly Hotels Scottsdale
Featuring an 18-hole championship golf course, this Scottsdale resort includes an outdoor pool with lounge chairs and a terrace. Old Town Scottsdale is 8 miles away. Free Wi-Fi is available.
With a two-person hot tub, each one-bedroom suite has a kitchen counter next to a full refrigerator, microwave and toaster. Each suite has free Wi-Fi and an iPod docking station. A double vanity with duel sinks is provided in the private bathroom.
After a morning of golf, guests can enjoy the poolside hot tub at the Scottsdale Orange Tree Golf Resort. Free parking is provided to all resort guests. Concierge services help guests book at the on site restaurant.
This sprawling all-suite resort and golf club is 7.3 miles from the TPC of Scottsdale golf complex and 15.9 miles from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.
Relaxed, adobe-style 1-bedroom suites offer French doors opening onto patios or balconies, and feature separate living rooms with pull-out sofas, kitchenettes and 2 TVs. They also include free Wi-Fi, iPod docks and whirlpool tubs.
Amenities include an 18-hole championship golf course, an outdoor pool, and a fitness center with spa services. There’s also an activities program, badminton and water volleyball, along with a casual restaurant offering all-day dining.
We enjoyed our stay at the Orange Tree Resort in Scottsdale Arizona.
The staff were great. Every request or question was dealt with or responded to promptly and efficiently.
The location is in a very nice area of Scottsdale. The grounds are maintained beautifully.
The only thing I would suggest is it would be nice if the microwave could be replaced with a convection oven.
How much does a room costs at Orange Tree Resort?
Prices start 252$/night for One-Bedroom Suite.
Featuring a two-person hot tub, this one-bedroom suite features a kitchen counter next to a full refrigerator, microwave and toaster. A balcony, free Wi-Fi and an iPod docking station are featured. A double vanity with dual sinks is available in the private bathroom.
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