Location of Talking Stick Resort in Scottsdale, Arizona
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Located in sunny Scottsdale Arizona, the award winning Talking Stick Resort and Casino is a modern convenient family fun and relaxation destination. It features world-class spa amenities, premiere golf courses, premium casino gaming, shows of all sorts, extraordinary dining, and easy access to both major and minor baseball games.
Hotel guests have several room options to choose from. Spacious, tastefully decorated rooms offer breathtaking floor-to-ceiling windows and spa-inspired bathrooms; signature rooms also have private balconies. The executive level features large private balconies with premium views as well as larger business accommodations. Rooms in the private tower club, located on the highest guest floor of the resort, boast upgrades such as complimentary shoeshine, newspaper and access to a club-only lounge with morning and afternoon catering and concierge. Guests looking for comfortable suite living can choose from the 2-Bay or 3-Bay suites which have large living areas, a dining area, an additional powder room or full bath, wet-bar or large hospitality bar and foyer. They provide complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi, free parking, and no resort fees for all guests.
Spa lovers will find their amazing, world-class 13,000-square foot spa facilities on the 14th floor. The modern spa boasts incredible vista views of the surrounding valley landscape including views of Camelback Mountain and Red Mountain. Guests luxuriate in the private open-air treatment rooms with views of the McDowell Mountains. The spa has several creative, Native American inspired treatments blending culturally traditional elements, harvested locally from the community, with modern techniques for unique spa experiences not found anywhere else in the world. Spa guests relax with customized treatments and plentiful a la carte offerings like massage, facial, and nail options visitors can create the spa experience they’ve always dreamed of. The spa floor also features a tranquil lounge, private soaking tubs, showers with floor to ceiling views of the surrounding landscape, large steam room, vitality pool, and first class fitness area.
The resorts’ three pools are delightful oasis destinations. Scottsdale, Arizona has an high average temperature of 85 degrees Fahrenheit and annual rainfall of only 10-inches. This makes it the ideal vacation spot for sunbathers and pool lovers any time of year. Cabanas and canopied day beds are available poolside for a full relaxing day by the water. The first-class cabanas feature seating for 10, a day bed, pool floats, ceiling fan and misting system, 32” LCD HD TV, towel service, a personal refrigerator stocked with assorted non-alcoholic beverages and VIP bottle service as well as a personal attendant. King-sized canopied reclining beds are also available. The main resort pool also has a bar and grill for pool guests and hosts an outdoor concert series. The small pool off of the main pool is a shallow pool allowing you to lounge in the water while enjoying some relaxation or a cool drink. The West Pool is an intimate family- friendly pool with a spectacular view of the Sonoran Desert.
For golfers of any skill level they offer two distinct golfing experiences. Adventurous players can explore the North links-like course and all its bunkers. If a more traditional course is what’s wanted, their South course is a tree-lined 36-hole championship fairway with beautiful views. They also offer an exclusive Talking Stick Golf Club for avid golf enthusiasts.
Baseball fans can take advantage of the complimentary shuttle to Salt River Fields, the first spring training facility to be built on Native American land. Set in the Salt River Pima-Mericopa tribal lands, the site offers scenic panoramas of the nearby mountain range. It’s over 140-acres, which include the 11,000-seat stadium, 12 practice fields, training facilities, and major and minor-league clubhouses. Fans can watch the Arizona Diamondbacks or Colorado Rockies take on other favorite Major League Baseball (MLB) teams. The resort has exclusive field level tickets for spring training and dugout level options for other games.
Gamers of all types will enjoy the wide variety of table and slot games available on the casino floor 24/7. They have over 800 slots machines, including the hottest new games like Tully’s Treasure Hunt, 100 video poker machines, and plentiful penny slots. The resort boasts over 50 table games. They include Blackjack, Casino War, Let it Ride, 3-card Poker, Straight Jack, and Pai Gow Poker. Talking Stick Casino is the mecca of poker lovers. Home to the largest poker room in all of Arizona, the Arena Poker Room, which has 47 tables to play with table-side food and drink service. They host daily poker tournaments in Texas hold-em, 7-card stud, Omaha, Hi-lo and other styles of play. They also host the esteemed annual Arizona State Poker Championships with a million-dollar prize pool. Committed to meeting their guests needs, they even provide Keno lounge play.
Talking Stick offers casino players a rewards club that provides members with points for play. Points can be traded in for cash or credit within the resort. It includes other perks like discounts, shuttle service, complimentary games and accommodations, suite access and preferential seating at sporting and other special events. The newly launched TalkingStickCasino.com offers players the chance to play their favorite games anywhere anytime.
Talking Stick prides itself on offering culinary tastes for everyone. They have 6 restaurants in house and 11 bars and lounges. They include Orange Sky, an award-winning fine dining experience; the casual dining Blue Coyote Café featuring an overlook of the pool and 24/7 American cuisine options, Black Fig Coffee and Bistro for a quick soup, salad, sandwich or pizza, the Arena Poker Room Sports Bar and Restaurant, and Cajun-Creole themed Ocean Trail. They even have an epic interactive buffet at the Wandering Horse which features international culinary choices, live cooking, Prime Rib carving stations and both indoor and outdoor seating. Nightlife begins in the Palo Verde, which has live entertainment after 6pm and a local cuisine inspired menu of tacos, burritos and tequilas.
The resort also features an on-site florist, two shops, barbershop, valet laundry and dry cleaning services, car rental services, and amenities for special events such as weddings and business conferences.