Best Western Hotels in Phoenix, AZ
For your stay in Phoenix, Arizona, or another town in the Greater Phoenix Valley of the Sun, Best Western Hotels & Inns offers several convenient locations you can book by clicking through here at Hotels-Rates.com.
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- Best Western Airport Inn at 2425 S 24th Street, Phoenix, AZ, 1 mile from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. Rates start at $64.
- Best Western Innsuites Phoenix Hotel & Suites at 1615 E Northern Avenue, in the shadow of the beautiful Phoenix Mountains Preserve. Rates start at $74.
- Best Western North Phoenix Hotel at 9455 N. Black Canyon Highway, next to the Metrocenter Mall and the City of Phoenix’s Rose Mofford Sports Complex softball fields and dog park. Rates start at $89.
Other nearby Best Western hotels in the Hotels-Rates database include:
- Best Western Inn Of Tempe at 670 N Scottsdale Road, Tempe, AZ, 20 minutes from downtown Phoenix. Rates start at $84.
- Best Western Tolleson Hotel at 8421 W McDowell Road, Tolleson, AZ, 40 minutes from downtown Phoenix via Interstate 10 West. Rates start at $127.
- Best Western Plus Mesa at 1563 S Gilbert Road, Mesa, AZ, 45 minutes from downtown Phoenix. Rates start at $83.
Phoenix has a population of 1.6 million people, making it the country’s 5th largest city, and there are 4.7 million in Greater Phoenix, the country’s 11th most populated metro area. The Visit Phoenix tourism bureau says Phoenix had 44 million domestic overnight visitors in 2017.
Enjoy Phoenix from the Comfort of a Best Western Hotel
Because Phoenix is the Southwest’s largest city, it is a gateway to Grand Canyon National Park 220 miles north. Thousands of domestic and foreign travelers arrive in Arizona through Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX), which is 3 miles southeast of downtown Phoenix.
Those who stay in Phoenix find a cosmopolitan American metropolis amid Sonoran Desert landscapes. Phoenix visitors indulge in natural beauty and reminders of the Old West alongside upscale shopping and dining, live music and other cultural attractions.
Talking Stick Resort Arena in downtown Phoenix is the region’s primary large sports and entertainment venue. It is home to the NBA’s Phoenix Suns, the Phoenix Mercury of the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA), and the six-time champion Arizona Rattlers of the Indoor Football League.
Major League Baseball’s Arizona Diamondbacks make their home at Chase Field in downtown Phoenix, and 10 spring training camps in Greater Phoenix welcome the teams of the Cactus League each year. Come fall, fans turn their attention to the NFL’s Arizona Cardinals at State Farm Stadium 20 minutes away in Glendale, AZ.
Roosevelt Row along East Roosevelt Street is downtown Phoenix’s walkable arts district and home to award-winning galleries, impressive murals, local restaurants, boutiques and venues like the Crescent Ballroom music hall, lounge and restaurant. CityScape Phoenix on East Washington Street is another popular downtown entertainment district with 20+ restaurants, retail shops and attractions around a plaza that hosts bands and other events.
Many outdoors-minded Phoenix visitors accept the challenge of a hike up the iconic Camelback Mountain (elev. 2,704 feet). The two trails are rated extremely difficult, but the panoramic view from the "hump" looks out over the city and the rest of the Phoenix Mountains Preserve. Those who’d rather drive take Summit Road to Dobbins Lookout, which at about 2,330 feet is the highest point in the preserve accessible by car.
On the desert floor, Papago Park offers easy hiking among massive sandstone buttes less than 10 minutes from downtown Phoenix. Two of the region’s most visited attractions, the Desert Botanical Garden and Phoenix Zoo are also a part of Papago Park.
Heritage Square downtown, the oldest remaining residential block in Phoenix, shows off Phoenix of the 19th century. Visit the restored 1895 Rosson House Museum for an interpretation of the city’s history, and enjoy a Victorian gift shop, art galleries, award-winning restaurants, a coffee bar and special events.
Less than 30 minutes east of downtown Phoenix, Old Town Scottsdale presents the quintessential Old West tourism experience plus nighttime entertainment. Spend an afternoon shopping, visiting Southwestern art galleries and, after dinner at a hip eatery, check out a lounge for drinks and dancing.
At the end of a great day in Phoenix, your Best Western hotel booked through Hotels-Rates will be waiting with a clean and comfortable room, a front desk staffed 24/7, complimentary breakfast in the morning, and more. Click through now to schedule your stay in Phoenix.