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"First settled the area now known as Scottsdale in 800 AD"

The Hohokam first settled the area now known as Scottsdale in 800 AD. The descendants of this prehistoric culture built extensive irrigation canals so that they could farm the region. Evidence of this vast network exists today. When the first European settlers arrived in the area, Scottsdale was a Pima Indian village known as Vasai S-vasoni, which means rotting hay. An irrigation company paved the way for commercial farming when it modernized the ancient water canals. Winfield Scott and his brother, George Washington Scott, acquired nearly 650 acres of land and established a farm in the 1880s. The members of the desert farming community named their settlement Scottsdale in honor of the brothers. More from this guide...

Lodging & Accommodations close to Old Town Scottsdale

Comfort Suites Old Town Scottsdale : 3275 North Drinkwater Blvd.
+1-888-389-4121
3275 North Drinkwater Blvd., Scottsdale, AZ 85251 ~0.35 miles west of Old Town Scottsdale
~6 minute walk
  • Inexpensive Downtown hotel
  • 3 floors in property
Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites : 3131 North Scottsdale Rd.
+1-888-675-2083
3131 North Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale, AZ 85251 ~0.36 miles west of Old Town Scottsdale
~6 minute walk
  • Mid-scale Downtown property
  • Gym / Fitness Center Available
  • Stylish Hotel
  • Every guests reviewed enjoyed the friendly atmosphere
From$74
Very Good 4.5 /5Review Score CallBookMore Details
Courtyard by Marriott Old Town Scottsdale - Scottsdale
+1-800-716-8490
3311 North Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale, AZ 85251 ~0.46 miles west of Old Town Scottsdale
~8 minute walk
  • 3 star Downtown property
  • Hotel has 3 meeting rooms
  • Most guests said rooms were clean
  • Room was very clean
From$259
Very Good 4.5 /5Latest Reviews CallBookMore Details
Rodeway Inn Old Town Scottsdale : 2934 North Scottsdale Rd.
+1-800-805-5223
2934 North Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale, AZ 85251 ~0.48 miles west of Old Town Scottsdale
~8 minute walk
  • Low Cost hotel
Homestead Studio Suites Scottsdale
+1-888-965-1860
3560 North Marshall Way, Scottsdale, AZ 85251 ~0.69 miles northwest of Old Town Scottsdale
~12 minute walk
  • Cheap Downtown hotel
  • 128 sleeping rooms in hotel
  • Most guests thought the service was very professional
  • Located near shopping areas and the city center
The Saguaro Hotel
+1-888-788-5576
4000 North Drinkwater Blvd., Scottsdale, AZ 85251 ~0.76 miles north of Old Town Scottsdale
~13 minute walk
  • High end Downtown property
  • Hotel has 194 rooms
  • The majority of guests thought they were poorly maintained
  • Pleasant hotel grounds
From$79
Very Good 4.0 /5Reviews CallBookMore Details
Canopy by Hilton Scottsdale Old Tow in Scottsdale
+1-888-897-9207
7142 East 1st St., Scottsdale, AZ 85254 ~0.79 miles northwest of Old Town Scottsdale
~14 minute walk
  • Midscale hotel
  • Check-in: 15:00
Hilton Garden Inn Scottsdale Old Town
+1-888-311-4278
7324 East Indian School Rd., Scottsdale, AZ 85251 ~0.85 miles north of Old Town Scottsdale
~15 minute walk
  • 3-star Downtown hotel
  • Hotel has 6 meeting rooms
Hyatt Place Scottsdale / Old Town - Scottsdale
+1-888-469-4795
7300 East 3rd Ave., Scottsdale, AZ 85251 ~0.96 miles north of Old Town Scottsdale
~17 minute walk
  • 3 star Downtown hotel
  • Has environment-friendly policy Learn more
  • Clean rooms
  • AC needs updating
Marriott Suites in Old Town Scottsdale : 7325 East 3rd Ave.
+1-888-734-9421
7325 East 3rd Ave., Scottsdale, AZ 85251 ~0.97 miles north of Old Town Scottsdale
~17 minute walk
  • 3-star hotel
  • 8 conference rooms in property
  • Comfort level is high
  • Clean Rooms
Howard Johnson's Old Town Scottsdale
+1-888-841-5292
7110 East Indian School Rd., Scottsdale, AZ 85251 ~0.97 miles northwest of Old Town Scottsdale
~17 minute walk
  • Low-priced Downtown hotel
  • 65 sleeping rooms in hotel
  • Average beds
  • Most guests said the wifi quality was bad
The Venue Scottsdale
+1-888-455-5160
7117 East 3rd. Ave., Scottsdale, AZ 85251 ~0.99 miles northwest of Old Town Scottsdale
~17 minute walk
  • Luxurious 5 Star property
Hyatt House Scottsdale / Old Town
+1-888-965-8297
4245 North Drinkwater Blvd., Scottsdale, AZ 85251 ~1.01 miles north of Old Town Scottsdale
~18 minute walk
  • Midscale Downtown property
  • Hotel has a green policy Read more
  • Every guests reviewed were happy with the price of the breakfast
  • Close to shops, restaurants and bars
Hotel Valley Ho in Scottsdale
+1-888-906-6358
6850 East Main St., Scottsdale, AZ 85251 ~1.09 miles northwest of Old Town Scottsdale
~19 minute walk
  • High-end Resort hotel
  • Hotel has 6 floors
  • Friendly service
  • ROOMS are amazing
From$89
Very Good 4.5 /5Reviews CallBookMore Details
Aloft Scottsdale in Scottsdale
+1-888-749-6785
4415 North Civic Center Plaza, Scottsdale, AZ 85251 ~1.19 miles north of Old Town Scottsdale
~21 minute walk
  • Midscale Downtown property
  • 4 conference rooms in property
3 Palms : 7707 East Mcdowell Rd.
+1-888-878-9982
7707 East Mcdowell Rd., Scottsdale, AZ 85257 ~1.29 miles south of Old Town Scottsdale
~23 minute walk
  • 4 star property
  • 5 suites in hotel
From$160
Very Good 4.0 /5Hotel Reviews CallBookMore Details
Best Western Plus Sundial
+1-888-389-4485
7320 East Camelback Rd., Scottsdale, AZ 85251 ~1.33 miles north of Old Town Scottsdale
~23 minute walk
  • Three Star Downtown property
  • Comp. Breakfast
  • Air conditioning was criticized by 83%
  • Room is all right
Element Scottsdale at Skysong
+1-888-389-4121
1345 North Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale, AZ 85257 ~1.40 miles south of Old Town Scottsdale
~25 minute walk
  • High end property
  • 157 rooms in hotel
From$160
Very Good 4.5 /5Recent Reviews CallBookMore Details
Magnuson Hotel Papago Inn - Scottsdale
+1-888-675-2083
7017 East Mcdowell Rd., Scottsdale, AZ 85257 ~1.44 miles southwest of Old Town Scottsdale
~25 minute walk
  • Three Star Resort property
  • Hotel has 60 rooms
From$65
Very Good 4.0 /5Review Score CallBookMore Details
Motel 6 Phoenix Scottsdale Az #29 in SCOTTSDALE
+1-800-716-8490
6848 East Camelback Rd., SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA 85251 ~1.57 miles northwest of Old Town Scottsdale
  • Low-priced hotel
  • 122 rooms in property
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1. Comfort Suites Old Town ScottsdaleThe Comfort Suites Old Town Scottsdale is a 2-Star hotel located about 0.4 miles west of Old Town Scottsdale and roughly a 7 minute hike by foot. Recent hotel guests gave this hotel an aggregate guest review score of 3.5/5.3.5 /5 Guest Reviews
2. Holiday Inn Express Hotel & SuitesThe Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites is a well-liked 3 star hotel located about 0.4 miles west of Old Town Scottsdale and about a 7 min. walk by foot. With a guest review score of 4.5 out of 5, this makes it one of the premium hotels near Old Town Scottsdale.4.5 /5 Guest Reviews
3. Courtyard by Marriott Old Town ScottsdaleThe Courtyard by Marriott Old Town Scottsdale is a pleasing 3-Star hotel located ~0.5 mi. west of Old Town Scottsdale and roughly a 9 minute walk. Recent hotel guests gave this hotel an avg. guest review rating of 4.5/5.4.5 /5 Guest Reviews
4. Saguaro HotelThe Saguaro Hotel is a leading 4-Star hotel located approx. 0.8 miles north of Old Town Scottsdale and approx. a 14 minute stroll. With a verified guest score of 4/5, this makes it one of the most enticing lodging options close to Old Town Scottsdale.4 /5 Guest Reviews
5. Hilton Garden Inn Scottsdale Old TownThe Hilton Garden Inn Scottsdale Old Town is a pleasing 3-Star hotel located ~0.9 mi. north of Old Town Scottsdale and roughly a 16 minute walk. With a average guest review rating of 4/5, this makes it one of the finest hotel options nearby Old Town Scottsdale.4 /5 Guest Reviews

5 Best Hotels near Old Town Scottsdale

In 1937, famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright placed Scottsdale on the international stage when he set up his winter headquarters, Taliesin West. The architect's influence and presence are visible in buildings that he designed or inspired throughout the region. A major thoroughfare is named in his honor.

Formally incorporated in 1951, Scottsdale lies in the Salt River Valley, an area that is also known as the Valley of the Sun. The city is located in the Sonoran Desert nestled at the base of the McDowell Mountain Range. It is the sixth largest city in Arizona and has an arid climate with mild winters and very hot summers. Summer highs can exceed 100 degrees Fahrenheit during the day. Winter lows rarely drop below 40 degrees Fahrenheit. Thousands of tourists visit Scottsdale to enjoy its weather and attractions.

The city is home to several well-known luxury hotels, resorts, and championship golf courses. There is also a large medical community anchored by the internationally renowned Mayo Clinic. Several well-known companies are headquartered in the city, including Go Daddy and P.F. Chang's.

Scottsdale is a center of art, culture, and recreation. The city has more than 125 art galleries and studios, one of the highest per capita concentrations in the country. There are several art, film, and cultural festivals each year. The city plays host to the San Francisco Giants baseball team during spring training and the Scottsdale Scorpions of the Arizona Fall League. The training facility for the Arizona Diamondbacks and Colorado Rockies baseball teams is nearby. Due to its proximity to the mountains, Scottsdale has an active hiking and rock climbing community.

Scottsdale is highly regarded as a top vacation destination and one of the country's most livable cities.

Dining Suggestions

Bandera Restaurant:
Bandera is a popular restaurant that offers American and Southwestern favorites. Its main attractions include a stadium-style kitchen, a large adobe oven and one of Arizona's most interesting collections of contemporary Native American art.

Bandera is a popular place for locals to mingle because it features a cozy atmosphere that makes eating with friends a joy. You can experience this atmosphere at its peak when you visit Bandera at lunchtime to sample their rotisserie chicken, grilled beef filet and banana cream pie.

The Culinary Dropout:
The Culinary Dropout is a contemporary pub operated by one of Scottsdale's most popular restaurant developers. It is well-known for offering patrons a rustic Southwestern-style atmosphere that is highlighted by richly colored adobe walls and Saltillo tile floors.

The Culinary Dropout's menu features many delicious options that are perfect for a casual lunch or dinner outing. Some of these options include smoked spareribs, oysters Rockefeller and stuffed salmon. Other options include Southwestern favorites including ceviche and carne asada.

The Culinary Dropout also offers many desserts that are the perfect ending to any meal. Some of their most popular deserts include chocolate mousse, baked banana cream custard and treacle tart. Be sure to try one of these desserts with one of the Culinary Dropoutâ„¢'s coffee drinks to end your meal in style.

Wildfish Seafood Grill:
The Wildfish Seafood Grillâ„¢ offers discerning diners high-quality seafood and steaks. It also offers patrons one of Old Town's largest selections of gourmet wines from around the world. It is located north of downtown Scottsdale near several upscale shopping districts.

Attractions

Old Town Scottsdale in Arizona is located in downtown Scottsdale. It is a great place to do some shopping, check out local galleries, or have a great meal at one of the many ethnic restaurants in the area. Old Town Scottsdale is known in the area as Fifth Avenue Shops. Parking is free in the area and so is the two-hour Scottsdale Trolley Tour. A huge tourist destination, Scottsdale welcomes over 7 million visitors every year. The area has a population of only 200,000 people, but its constant sunniness and broad cultural offerings make it one of the most popular destinations in the Southwest.

Old Town Scottsdale is home to a bounty of galleries and shops. There are dozens of galleries displaying fine arts, such as the Blynn Galleries, Gerbert Contemporary, Gallery Russia, Japanique Gallery, and dozens more. Old Town Scottsdale will fulfill all of your shopping needs, from collectibles to clothing to gardening to jewelry. There are many antique shops in the downtown area for collectors and spectating tourists to explore.

The dining options in Old Town Scottsdale are seemingly limitless. You'll find cuisine from so many different cultures including French, Thai, Japanese, Indian, Italian, and Mexican. There are also plenty of snacking options including ice cream shops to cool you down in the heat and See's Candies to fulfill your chocolate cravings.

Beyond the eating and shopping you will find in Old Town Scottsdale plenty of things to do. There are 50 golf courses in Scottsdale, including some Championship courses. The Phoenix Open is played in Scottsdale each year during the wintertime. The McCormick Stillman Railroad Park has train exhibits and even has a family-friendly train ride. Or you can take a free guided tour on the Scottsdale Trolley. This two-hour tour will give you the lowdown on all the attractions, galleries, dining and shopping in Old Town Scottsdale. Theaters and museums can be found along the landscape of Old Town Scottsdale. The Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts puts on theatrical events and educational programming. To get into the history and culture of the Scottsdale area, check out the Scottsdale Historical Society and Museum, the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, or the House of Broadcasting. You can even see the Fiesta Bowl Museum and Headquarters, home of the Insight Bowl and Tostitos Fiesta Bowl college football games.

Getting Around

Car
Most tourists in Old Town Scottsdale will use a car to get around. There are several rental car agencies in the area. The most convenient option for those flying into Phoenix is to pick up a rental car at the airport when arriving and drop it back off when departing. There is usually no problem with parking in Old Town Scottsdale, though sometimes drivers will need to pay to use a parking lot. Drivers do need to be careful for traffic cameras while they are driving in Scottsdale. These traffic cameras are everywhere in Scottsdale, and a getting a speeding ticket here is an expensive proposition.

Bus
Valley Metro runs buses that will transport passengers around Old Town Scottsdale. These buses will also connect passengers to routes that run to the rest of Scottsdale as well as the rest of the Phoenix metro area. The buses are fairly efficient, but it will usually take a transfer to travel any significant distance on the Valley Metro buses.

Trolley
Scottsdale Trolley is a free trolley service that runs through Old Town Scottsdale. The trolleys arrive at stops every ten minutes, so this is a great way to get around the area. The trolleys are a lot of fun to ride and they offer passengers great views of Old Town.

Walking
Many of the shops and tourist attractions that draw tourists to Old Town Scottsdale are within walking distance of each other. However, visitors that are not used to the desert heat of Scottsdale should take it slow and be cautious when walking. Be sure to take water along and to wear plenty of sunblock to protect from the effects of the desert sun.

Bicycling
There are a few bike rental shops in the Old Town area. Getting around by bicycle is a great way to explore this beautiful neighborhood. Be sure to get a sturdy bike lock with the rental and to use it whenever leaving the bike unattended. A bike that is left unlocked for even a few minutes is in danger of being stolen.

Scooters
Luci's Joyrides is a shop in Old Town Scottsdale that rents visitors scooters and mopeds to explore the area. Rentals are available on an hourly, daily, and weekly basis. This is a really fun way to get around the area, and the weather is so sunny in Scottsdale that there is rarely a danger of getting rained on.

Family Fun

Little Red Schoolhouse
Families with children of all ages will want to pay a visit to the Little Red Schoolhouse in Old Town Scottsdale that is now home to the Scottsdale Historical Museum. The main street of the original townsite ran right in front of the school that contained only two classrooms. Below the first floor is a level formerly used for town meetings and as a church. Large numbers of Mexican children were taught here when their families came to the area to work the cotton fields. In November of 1991, the museum was opened after the structure had been used over the years at various times as a library, City Hall, and Chamber of Commerce headquarters. The museum displays antique furniture originally used by the city's founding fathers. Visitors can also see what it was like to be in school way back then as they view a replica of a schoolroom from 1910.

Cavalliere's Blacksmith Shop
An interesting stop for old and young alike is to visit Cavalliere's Blacksmith Shop. The blacksmith who brought his family to town sometime around 1910 was George Cavalliere. He asked to be allowed to build his shop on Main Street but was told that the only place he could construct it was "out on the edge of town." The structure was first made of tin and then later replaced in 1920 with the adobe building that still stands. The family named Cavalliere still owns the blacksmith shop and is still in business today. Not only do they perform blacksmith operations but also make wrought iron ornamental pieces as well.

Scottsdale Center For The Performing Arts
Families always enjoy the wonderful range of entertainment found at Scottsdale Center For The Performing Arts. Ballet, opera, holiday concerts, and dance are all on the menu for audiences all year long. Live performances bring the magic of real entertainment to a virtual world.

Taliesin West
Every visitor to the city of Scottsdale absolutely must put on the agenda a trip to view Frank Lloyd Wright's magnificent Taliesin West. Constructed as only Wright could do, this masterpiece was built from rocks that were gathered from the surrounding desert and from sand that was collected from nearby washes. The construction in this manner keeps the design of the building in line with the environment of the region. Wright used the fabulous facility for his personal home and his studio, as well as for a laboratory for his architectural designs.

FAQs about hotels near Old Town Scottsdale

What are the top reviewed hotels near Old Town Scottsdale?

Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites, Courtyard by Marriott Old Town Scottsdale and Hyatt Place Scottsdale are the best rated hotels based on customer reviews in the last 365 days.

What are the upper-end hotels near Old Town Scottsdale?

The Venue Scottsdale, The Saguaro Hotel and Hotel Valley Ho are the top 3 luxury hotels near Old Town Scottsdale.

What hotels are closest to the area of Old Town Scottsdale?

Comfort Suites Old Town Scottsdale, Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites, and Courtyard by Marriott Old Town Scottsdale are the properties closest to Old Town Scottsdale.

How much does a cheap hotel near Old Town Scottsdale cost per night?

In the last year, a 2 star hotel near Old Town Scottsdale can be as cheap as $90.11 per night. (based on HotelPlanner prices)

How much does a 3 star hotel near Old Town Scottsdale cost per night?

In the last year, the average 3 star hotel near Old Town Scottsdale has been $141.04 per night. (based on HotelPlanner prices)

How much does a high-end hotel near Old Town Scottsdale cost?

In the last year, the average 4 star hotel near Old Town Scottsdale has been $172.62 per night. (based on HotelPlanner prices)

What are the best independent hotels near Old Town Scottsdale?

Hotel Valley Ho, The Scott Resort & Spa (Formerly Firesky Resort) and The Saguaro Hotel are the best rated independent hotels (not part of a big brand).

What are the most popular Marriott hotels near Old Town Scottsdale?

Courtyard by Marriott Old Town Scottsdale and Marriott Suites in Old Town Scottsdale are the best rated Marriott/Starwood branded hotels (based on customer reviews score).

What are the best Choice Hotels branded hotels near Old Town Scottsdale?

Comfort Suites Old Town Scottsdale and Rodeway Inn Old Town Scottsdale are the best rated Choice Hotels branded hotels (based on HotelPlanner reviews score).

What are the best Best Western hotels near Old Town Scottsdale?

Best Western Plus Sundial and Hotel Bixby Scottsdale Best Western Signature Collection are the best rated Best Western branded hotels (based on user reviews score).

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