Produced by The Sydell Group in collaboration with Joie de Vivre Hotels & Resorts, Iron Chef Jose Garces, and Stamberg Aferiat, the Saguaro promises uncomplicated fun with some 1950s technicolor.
We try not to play favorites with our guests, but it’s hard when we receive peanut butter and chocolate thank you notes. Thanks Mary Lou for the snap! Follow Mary Lou on Instagram.
Staying at The Saguaro felt as if I had the city of Scottsdale right at my fingertips. The Wes Anderson picturesque design of the hotel is what caught my attention at first but it was the overall experience that won me over. The Saguaro has it all, from hitting the streets of old town on cruiser bikes, to soaking up the desert sun poolside with a ‘Naranja Roja’ (the margarita of my dreams) to a tapas style dinner at Distrito. Not to mention, an incredibly friendly and knowledgeable staff that recommended where to eat, drink, and shop (and even hand drew me a map!) It’s safe to say, if I every find myself back in Arizona, I’ll be sure to pay another visit.
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A rainbow of colors inspired by Arizona wildflowers brightens the new Saguaro hotel. Here, 194 rooms wrap around two pools: one for fun, the other for quiet (and outdoor yoga classes on the deck). At Distrito restaurant, Iron Chef Jose Garces cooks small plates inspired by Mexico City street food.
Whether you come for the sun, the air, the spas, the style or the natural beauty, there's an undeniable appeal to this oasis of desert modern in the Coachella Valley.
Scottsdale is the place to go for art, shopping and nightlife in the Valley of the Sun. Now there’s a hotel creating even more desire around the desert experience.