EDG Interior Architecture + Design helps design Andaz Scottsdale

An affiliate of Hyatt Hotels Corporation entered into an agreement with PV Scottsdale Hotel Owner SPE for the operation of a new Andaz hotel in Scottsdale, Ariz. When it opens in 2016, Andaz Scottsdale Resort & Spa will have 201 bungalow style guestrooms, a full service spa and salon, and more than 20,000 square feet of meeting and event spaces on more than 22 acres of land.

Andaz Scottsdale – which will have views of Camelback Mountain – will have mid-century, desert-inspired interiors conceived by EDG Interior Architecture + Design that will draw inspiration from the 1950s desert art scene influenced by architects, artists and graphic designers like Alexander Girard, Frank Lloyd Wright and Paolo Solari.

Andaz Scottsdale will have 201 guestrooms and suites, measuring 350 square feet to 500 square feet, and configured in bungalow style clusters of six units each. The guestrooms will have technology and entertainment, as well as private terraces, including some with outdoor showers. The resort will also have a pool and sundeck, a 12,000-square-foot spa facility and a fitness center.


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In the dining area, there will be a glass box display kitchen. There will also be a lounge, as well as an outdoor terrace.

More than 20,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor meeting and event facilities will be available.

Andaz Scottsdale will be located in the Town of Paradise Valley, near restaurants and entertainment venues, and less than two miles north of Old Town Scottsdale and the Fashion Square shopping mall.

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DTZ Investors has purchased the property along with other real estate for more than £70 million.

The company will sell an approximately 5 percent stake in the Shanghai-based hotel operator and franchisor for a nine-figure sum. 

Hotel supply companies are already announcing products that match the popular hue.