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When guests ask where the locals go, the answer is easy: Right here.

The Camby Hotel is Phoenix’s most talked-, blogged- and posted-about getaway destination for exciting city experiences. Conveniently close to sports, shopping, entertainment and culture, The Camby Hotel attracts not just travelers but locals eager for celebratory nights or weekend getaways.

Phoenicians meet up for the ever-changing, unconventional mix of options at our restaurant and bars—along with photo-op-worthy settings. Nearby residents also see it as a rich community resource for dining and entertainment, as well as for shoe shine services and a vibrant pool experience.

Between the refined but contemporary atmosphere, creative entertainment and premier amenities, The Camby Hotel gets the conversation started among guests and locals alike, by creating and sharing unique getaway experiences.

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Local Attractions

1

Arizona Biltmore Golf Club

The Arizona Biltmore Golf Club is located in the shadow of the majestic Phoenix mountain preserve. Built in the late twenties, the layout and character of these courses has been refined over many decades, providing golfers a stately and distinctive experience and has long been a favorite of U.S. Presidents, foreign heads of states and Hollywood celebrities. Get Directions
2

Biltmore Fashion Park

Courtyard- and sidewalk-access shopping center anchored by Phoenix’s only Saks Fifth Avenue, filled out by luxury boutiques and specialty retailers and fueled by restaurants ranging from fast casual to fine French. Get Directions
3

Camelback Golf Club

With 36 holes of championship golf, Camelback Golf Club offers one of the most spectacular golf experiences in the Southwest, taking full advantage of the lush parkland landscape that enjoys Camelback Mountain as a backdrop. Get Directions
4

Camelback Mountain

Distinctive and dominant on the Phoenix landscape, Camelback Mountain is just begging to be conquered. The city’s most famous landmark resembles a dromedary camel in repost and the mountain challenges hikers with a rugged, but rewarding trek to its 2,700-foot ‘hump.” A very popular destination for tourists and locals, this hike requires an early start as parking is limited. Get Directions
5

Chase Field

Home of the Arizona Diamondbacks, this ballpark boasts a retractable roof, a pool in right field, nearly a quarter-mile of concession stand area and is conveniently located in the heart of the city. Get Directions
6

Desert Botanical Garden

The Desert Botanical Garden offers the world's finest collection of arid plants from deserts of the world in a unique outdoor setting. The Garden has more than 50,000 desert plants on display throughout five thematic trails that illustrate topics such as conservation, desert living, plants and people of the Sonoran Desert, and desert wildflowers. Enjoy a great meal and a great view at Gertrude’s restaurant, which showcases local ingredients from artisans and farmers around Arizona and the Southwest. Get Directions
7

Gila River Arena

Home of the Arizona Coyotes of the NHL, this state-of-the-art, multi-purpose facility has gone by a lot of different names in its short, decade-long life, but this magnificent sports and entertainment arena in Glendale has quickly become one of the most popular local places to see big-name arena acts as well as hockey, lacrosse, and basketball games. Get Directions
8

Grayhawk Golf Club

Nestled within the natural beauty of the Sonoran desert, with the McDowell Mountains as a dramatic backdrop, Scottsdale’s acclaimed Grayhawk Golf Club offers two of the Southwest’s most enjoyable and challenging golf experiences: the par-72 Talon course and the par-72 Raptor course. Get Directions
9

Heard Museum

The traditional and contemporary art on display provides insight into the cultures of Arizona’s 22 Native American tribes. The Heard Museum Shop is one of the best places in Phoenix to buy authentic American Indian jewelry, pottery, paintings, sculpture and weavings. Get Directions
10

Kierland Commons

Kierland Commons is a single-level, upscale Main Street outdoor lifestyle center that artfully blends retailers such as Anthropologie, Eileen Fisher, Tommy Bahama and Sur La Table. There's also a variety of the Valley's favorite restaurants and bistros such as PostinoWine Cafe, Zinc Bistro, The Greene House, Mastro's Ocean Club, North, and RA Sushi Bar & Restaurant Get Directions
11

Legend Trail Golf Club

Listed among the top 100 facilities by Golf Magazine, this Rees Jones designed course will provide players of all skill levels with numerous diverse and unique shot-making situations. The exquisitely manicured course meanders through the Sonoran Desert landscape and features breathtaking, panoramic vistas, including some of the areas well-known landmarks such as Pinnacle Peak and Lone Mountain. Get Directions
12

Musical Instrument Museum

Rated Phoenix’s number one attraction by TripAdvisor, MIM is the world's only global musical instrument museum, with a collection boasting instruments from 200 countries and territories. Musicians of all ages will enjoy the Experience Room, where you can touch and play every instrument on display. Other MIM highlights include the Artist Gallery, featuring instruments played by renowned artists such as Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Taylor Swift, Maroon 5, and more. Get Directions
13

Old Town Scottsdale

The Old West and New West converge in Old Town Scottsdale, where more than 100 galleries dedicated to American Indian and cowboy arts share a pedestrian-friendly streetscape with shops that sell Southwestern jewelry and crafts. Nearby, you’ll find some of the Valley’s most popular restaurants, hottest dance clubs and trendiest bars. Get Directions
14

Papago Park

The beauty of red sandstone buttes is iconic to the Valley of the Sun and within the 1,200 acres of Papago Park, there are endless photo-ops and family fun opportunities. With its urban location, extensive trail network through Sonoran Desert habitat, picnic areas with ramada covered cooking grills and home to both the Phoenix Zoo and Desert Botanical Garden, this park is a must-see for all ages. Get Directions
15

Phoenix Art Museum

Phoenix Art Museum is the largest fine-art museum in the Southwest. Its permanent collection includes American, Asian and European masterpieces and an impressive Western American collection. The museum hosts photography exhibitions through its landmark partnership with The University of Arizona's Center for Creative Photography in Tucson. Visitors can also enjoy the interactive PhxArtKids gallery and the lush Dorrance Sculpture Garden. Get Directions
16

Piestawa Peak

With plenty of parking, picnic areas and trails, the Phoenix Mountains Park and Recreation Area and Dreamy Draw Recreation Area are gateways into diverse desert landscapes that offer everything from fantastic views to secluded valleys, without the crowds. The 2,608 foot Piestewa Peak is one of the most prominent landmarks in the Valley of the Sun and the trail to reach the summit is not for the faint of heart, with a gain of 1,200 feet along a strenuous, rocky and exposed 1.2-mile route. Get Directions
17

Roosevelt Row

Named one of USA Today’s 10 Best City Neighborhoods, Roosevelt Row is a walkable, creative, artist-driven district in the urban core of downtown Phoenix, known for its arts and cultural events, award-winning restaurants, galleries, boutiques and live music. Get Directons
18

Scottsdale Fashion Square

From Neiman Marcus at the west end to the Harkins Camelview movieplex with a rooftop lounge at the east end, Scottsdale Fashion Square encloses four city blocks in air conditioning and brand-name experiences, including Burberry and Hugo Boss to Kate Spade, Lacoste, Louis Vuitton, Tiffany & Co. and St. John. A two-story retail bridge leaps Camelback Road to connect with Nordstrom. Among Arizona exclusives: Burberry, Tory Burch and a Tesla automobile gallery and info center. Get Directions
19

Scottsdale Museum of the West

Part history museum, part performing arts venue, this museum celebrates the American West in every way— from regional art exhibits to interactive tech displays and historical reenactments. Get Directions
20

Scottsdale Quarter

This hip, urban open-air destination features a blend of casual and upscale restaurants, specialty and fashion retailers (including the Arizona exclusives of Kendra Scott and West Elm), an iPic movie center and The Quad, a park-like gathering space featuring the largest pop-jet fountain in the region. Get Directions
21

South Mountain Park and Preserve

At more than 16,000 acres, South Mountain Park/Preserve often is referred to as the largest municipal park in the country; filled with native flora, ancient petroglyphs and 50-plus miles of trails for horseback riding, hiking and mountain biking for all ability levels. There’s also a kid-friendly nature center and a paved road to the summit. Get Directions
22

Talking Stick Resort Arena

Talking Stick Arena is a state-of-the-art complex that’s home to some of the nation’s top professional sports teams, including the Phoenix Suns, Phoenix Mercury and Arizona Rattlers. A long-time provider of top-notch entertainment, the venue hosts many of the hottest musical performers, comedians and shows all year-round. Get Directions
23

The Phoenician Golf Club

The Phoenician’s 27-hole golf course offers the challenge and diversity golfers long for, plus the beauty and tranquility that makes the game even more enjoyable. Twenty-seven holes have been grouped into three distinctive nines – the Oasis, the Desert and the Canyon, each aptly named for capturing the many profiles of the resort’s acreage, offering several 18-hole combinations. Get Directions
24

TPC Scottsdale

Named one of the "Top 10 Public Golf Courses in Arizona" by Golf Digest, the magnificent par-71, 7,216-yard Stadium Course was designed by Jay Morrish and Tom Weiskopf expressly to serve as the stage for the PGA Tour legendary Waste Management Phoenix Open. Woven into the Sonoran Desert with stunning panoramic views of the McDowell Mountains, the PGA Tour TPC Scottsdale boasts 36 holes of inspiring golf and a scorecard full of upscale amenities that let everyday golfers experience "a day in the life" of a PGA Tour player. Get Directions
25

University of Phoenix Stadium

This thoroughly modern behemoth, home to the NFL Arizona Cardinals and college football’s Fiesta Bowl, is really an attraction in and of itself. Construction cost $455 million, and produced such wow factors as a translucent, retractable roof and a natural-grass playing field that can be rolled out of the building to catch rays on non-game days. Get Directions

Local Attractions

Male Golfer

Arizona Biltmore Golf Club

The Arizona Biltmore Golf Club is located in the shadow of the majestic Phoenix mountain preserve. Built in the late twenties, the layout and character of these courses has been refined over many decades, providing golfers a stately and distinctive experience and has long been a favorite of U.S. Presidents, foreign heads of states and Hollywood celebrities. Get Directions
People in Suit Shop

Biltmore Fashion Park

Courtyard- and sidewalk-access shopping center anchored by Phoenix’s only Saks Fifth Avenue, filled out by luxury boutiques and specialty retailers and fueled by restaurants ranging from fast casual to fine French. Get Directions
Golf Course Camelback Mountain

Camelback Golf Club

With 36 holes of championship golf, Camelback Golf Club offers one of the most spectacular golf experiences in the Southwest, taking full advantage of the lush parkland landscape that enjoys Camelback Mountain as a backdrop. Get Directions
Camelback Mountain

Camelback Mountain

Distinctive and dominant on the Phoenix landscape, Camelback Mountain is just begging to be conquered. The city’s most famous landmark resembles a dromedary camel in repost and the mountain challenges hikers with a rugged, but rewarding trek to its 2,700-foot ‘hump.” A very popular destination for tourists and locals, this hike requires an early start as parking is limited. Get Directions
Baseball Stadium

Chase Field

Home of the Arizona Diamondbacks, this ballpark boasts a retractable roof, a pool in right field, nearly a quarter-mile of concession stand area and is conveniently located in the heart of the city. Get Directions
Desert Botanical Garden

Desert Botanical Garden

The Desert Botanical Garden offers the world's finest collection of arid plants from deserts of the world in a unique outdoor setting. The Garden has more than 50,000 desert plants on display throughout five thematic trails that illustrate topics such as conservation, desert living, plants and people of the Sonoran Desert, and desert wildflowers. Enjoy a great meal and a great view at Gertrude’s restaurant, which showcases local ingredients from artisans and farmers around Arizona and the Southwest. Get Directions
Hockey Player

Gila River Arena

Home of the Arizona Coyotes of the NHL, this state-of-the-art, multi-purpose facility has gone by a lot of different names in its short, decade-long life, but this magnificent sports and entertainment arena in Glendale has quickly become one of the most popular local places to see big-name arena acts as well as hockey, lacrosse, and basketball games. Get Directions
Golf Course

Grayhawk Golf Club

Nestled within the natural beauty of the Sonoran desert, with the McDowell Mountains as a dramatic backdrop, Scottsdale’s acclaimed Grayhawk Golf Club offers two of the Southwest’s most enjoyable and challenging golf experiences: the par-72 Talon course and the par-72 Raptor course. Get Directions
Heard Museum

Heard Museum

The traditional and contemporary art on display provides insight into the cultures of Arizona’s 22 Native American tribes. The Heard Museum Shop is one of the best places in Phoenix to buy authentic American Indian jewelry, pottery, paintings, sculpture and weavings. Get Directions
Family Walking and Shopping

Kierland Commons

Kierland Commons is a single-level, upscale Main Street outdoor lifestyle center that artfully blends retailers such as Anthropologie, Eileen Fisher, Tommy Bahama and Sur La Table. There's also a variety of the Valley's favorite restaurants and bistros such as PostinoWine Cafe, Zinc Bistro, The Greene House, Mastro's Ocean Club, North, and RA Sushi Bar & Restaurant Get Directions
Group of Male Golfers

Legend Trail Golf Club

Listed among the top 100 facilities by Golf Magazine, this Rees Jones designed course will provide players of all skill levels with numerous diverse and unique shot-making situations. The exquisitely manicured course meanders through the Sonoran Desert landscape and features breathtaking, panoramic vistas, including some of the areas well-known landmarks such as Pinnacle Peak and Lone Mountain. Get Directions
Antique Violin

Musical Instrument Museum

Rated Phoenix’s number one attraction by TripAdvisor, MIM is the world's only global musical instrument museum, with a collection boasting instruments from 200 countries and territories. Musicians of all ages will enjoy the Experience Room, where you can touch and play every instrument on display. Other MIM highlights include the Artist Gallery, featuring instruments played by renowned artists such as Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Taylor Swift, Maroon 5, and more. Get Directions
Oldtown Scottsdale

Old Town Scottsdale

The Old West and New West converge in Old Town Scottsdale, where more than 100 galleries dedicated to American Indian and cowboy arts share a pedestrian-friendly streetscape with shops that sell Southwestern jewelry and crafts. Nearby, you’ll find some of the Valley’s most popular restaurants, hottest dance clubs and trendiest bars. Get Directions
Papago Park

Papago Park

The beauty of red sandstone buttes is iconic to the Valley of the Sun and within the 1,200 acres of Papago Park, there are endless photo-ops and family fun opportunities. With its urban location, extensive trail network through Sonoran Desert habitat, picnic areas with ramada covered cooking grills and home to both the Phoenix Zoo and Desert Botanical Garden, this park is a must-see for all ages. Get Directions
Woman in art museum

Phoenix Art Museum

Phoenix Art Museum is the largest fine-art museum in the Southwest. Its permanent collection includes American, Asian and European masterpieces and an impressive Western American collection. The museum hosts photography exhibitions through its landmark partnership with The University of Arizona's Center for Creative Photography in Tucson. Visitors can also enjoy the interactive PhxArtKids gallery and the lush Dorrance Sculpture Garden. Get Directions
Hikers Sitting

Piestawa Peak

With plenty of parking, picnic areas and trails, the Phoenix Mountains Park and Recreation Area and Dreamy Draw Recreation Area are gateways into diverse desert landscapes that offer everything from fantastic views to secluded valleys, without the crowds. The 2,608 foot Piestewa Peak is one of the most prominent landmarks in the Valley of the Sun and the trail to reach the summit is not for the faint of heart, with a gain of 1,200 feet along a strenuous, rocky and exposed 1.2-mile route. Get Directions
Roosevelt Row

Roosevelt Row

Named one of USA Today’s 10 Best City Neighborhoods, Roosevelt Row is a walkable, creative, artist-driven district in the urban core of downtown Phoenix, known for its arts and cultural events, award-winning restaurants, galleries, boutiques and live music. Get Directons
Scottsdale Fashion Square

Scottsdale Fashion Square

From Neiman Marcus at the west end to the Harkins Camelview movieplex with a rooftop lounge at the east end, Scottsdale Fashion Square encloses four city blocks in air conditioning and brand-name experiences, including Burberry and Hugo Boss to Kate Spade, Lacoste, Louis Vuitton, Tiffany & Co. and St. John. A two-story retail bridge leaps Camelback Road to connect with Nordstrom. Among Arizona exclusives: Burberry, Tory Burch and a Tesla automobile gallery and info center. Get Directions
Native American Pottery

Scottsdale Museum of the West

Part history museum, part performing arts venue, this museum celebrates the American West in every way— from regional art exhibits to interactive tech displays and historical reenactments. Get Directions
Romantic Couple at Dinner

Scottsdale Quarter

This hip, urban open-air destination features a blend of casual and upscale restaurants, specialty and fashion retailers (including the Arizona exclusives of Kendra Scott and West Elm), an iPic movie center and The Quad, a park-like gathering space featuring the largest pop-jet fountain in the region. Get Directions
South Mountain

South Mountain Park and Preserve

At more than 16,000 acres, South Mountain Park/Preserve often is referred to as the largest municipal park in the country; filled with native flora, ancient petroglyphs and 50-plus miles of trails for horseback riding, hiking and mountain biking for all ability levels. There’s also a kid-friendly nature center and a paved road to the summit. Get Directions
Basketball ball going though net

Talking Stick Resort Arena

Talking Stick Arena is a state-of-the-art complex that’s home to some of the nation’s top professional sports teams, including the Phoenix Suns, Phoenix Mercury and Arizona Rattlers. A long-time provider of top-notch entertainment, the venue hosts many of the hottest musical performers, comedians and shows all year-round. Get Directions
Golfer

The Phoenician Golf Club

The Phoenician’s 27-hole golf course offers the challenge and diversity golfers long for, plus the beauty and tranquility that makes the game even more enjoyable. Twenty-seven holes have been grouped into three distinctive nines – the Oasis, the Desert and the Canyon, each aptly named for capturing the many profiles of the resort’s acreage, offering several 18-hole combinations. Get Directions
Drive across the green

TPC Scottsdale

Named one of the "Top 10 Public Golf Courses in Arizona" by Golf Digest, the magnificent par-71, 7,216-yard Stadium Course was designed by Jay Morrish and Tom Weiskopf expressly to serve as the stage for the PGA Tour legendary Waste Management Phoenix Open. Woven into the Sonoran Desert with stunning panoramic views of the McDowell Mountains, the PGA Tour TPC Scottsdale boasts 36 holes of inspiring golf and a scorecard full of upscale amenities that let everyday golfers experience "a day in the life" of a PGA Tour player. Get Directions
Crowd of people

University of Phoenix Stadium

This thoroughly modern behemoth, home to the NFL Arizona Cardinals and college football’s Fiesta Bowl, is really an attraction in and of itself. Construction cost $455 million, and produced such wow factors as a translucent, retractable roof and a natural-grass playing field that can be rolled out of the building to catch rays on non-game days. Get Directions

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