Hotels Near Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport
If you are among the 120,000 passengers going through Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) each day, find a hotel near the Phoenix, AZ, airport through Hotels-Rates.com for your stay in the Arizona capital.
Among more than 100 hotels and inns in the Hotels-Rates database for Phoenix, there are about 70 within 5 miles of the airport, with rates as low as $50.
The hotels nearest to Phoenix Sky Harbor International in the Hotels-Rates database are:
- Best Western Airport Inn at 2425 S 24th Street, Phoenix, AZ, 1 mile from the Phoenix airport. Rates start at $64.
- Holiday Inn Express & Suites Phoenix Airport at 3401 E. University Drive, 1.2 miles from Sky Harbor International. Rates start at $126.
- Drury Inn and Suites Phoenix Airport at 3333 E. University Drive, 1.2 miles from Sky Harbor International. Rates start at $133.
- Hilton Garden Inn Phoenix Airport at 3422 E. Elwood Street, 1.2 miles from the airport. Rates start at $184.
- Days Inn By Wyndham Airport – Phoenix at 2900 E. Van Buren Street, 1.5 miles from PHX. Rates start at $99.
If you’re on a budget, Hotels-Rates can assist you with a hotel near the Phoenix airport, like:
- Rodeway Inn Phoenix at 2501 East Van Buren Street, starting at $50. It is 1.5 miles from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.
- Red Roof Plus+ Tempe - Phoenix Airport at 2135 West 15th Street, Tempe, AZ, starting at $51. It is 3.1 miles from Phoenix Sky Harbor.
Whether you are on vacation or traveling for work, we hope that, in addition to a comfortable hotel room, you have time for some of the numerous attractions Phoenix offers.
See Phoenix, AZ from a Hotel Near Sky Harbor Airport
Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is 3 miles southeast of downtown Phoenix. Eighteen airlines serve three passenger terminals at PHX, a hub for American Airlines, which has 300 daily flights from Phoenix, and Southwest Airlines, with 188 daily flights. Many hotels near Phoenix Sky Harbor provide free airport shuttles.
Phoenix’s 1.6 million people make it the country’s 5th largest city. The 4.7 million people in Greater Phoenix make the Valley of the Sun the country’s 11th most populated metro area.
Phoenix is a cosmopolitan American metropolis set among Sonoran Desert landscapes. Along with natural beauty and Old West roots, Phoenix visitors can indulge in shopping, dining, museums and other cultural attractions.
The Visit Phoenix tourism bureau says Phoenix had 44 million domestic overnight visitors in 2017. Because it is the largest city in the Southwest, Phoenix is a gateway to the Grand Canyon, 220 miles to the north.
Closer to town, many Phoenix visitors get their outdoors fix with a hike that gains 1,200 feet as it ascends Camelback Mountain (elev. 2,704 feet). The two trails are rated extremely difficult, but for those who are up to it, the panoramic view from the "hump" of this iconic landmark looks out over the city and the Phoenix Mountains Preserve.
If you'd rather drive, take the 5.5-mile Summit Road up to Dobbins Lookout, the highest point in the preserve served by roads at about 2,330 feet. The trip one way is 40 minutes from downtown Phoenix.
On the desert floor and less than 10 minutes from downtown Phoenix, Papago Park offers easy hiking among massive sandstone buttes. Papago Park is also home the world-class Phoenix Zoo and the stunning Desert Botanical Garden.
To soak up some of Phoenix’s Old West flavor, visit Heritage Square downtown, the oldest remaining residential block in Phoenix. The Square shows off Phoenix in the late 1800s, including the Rosson House Museum, which interprets the city’s history, and a Victorian gift shop, art galleries, restaurants, a coffee bar and an events venue.
Less than 30 minutes east of Phoenix, Old Town Scottsdale combines Old West tourism and Southwestern nightlife. Find cowboy hats, turquoise jewelry and other souvenirs; Southwestern arts, trendy boutiques and hip eateries; and after-dark dancing, lounging and libations.
There’s far more in Greater Phoenix, including 10 Major League Baseball spring training camps for teams of the Cactus League and the Arizona Diamondbacks, whose home is Chase Field in Phoenix. In fall and winter, sports fans visit for the NFL’s Arizona Cardinals at State Farm Stadium 20 minutes away in Glendale, AZ, and the NBA’s Phoenix Suns at Talking Stick Resort Arena in downtown Phoenix.
Enjoy it all when flying in and out of Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport from the perfect hotel for you found through Hotels-Rates.com.