Sonesta Suites Scottsdale Gainey Ranch opens

The Sonesta Suites Scottsdale Gainey Ranch. Photo credit: Sonesta International Hotels Corporation

Sonesta International Hotels Corporation added the Sonesta Suites Scottsdale Gainey Ranch to its portfolio. The new hotel increases the Sonesta footprint in Arizona to three properties, joining the existing Sonesta ES Suites Tucson and Sonesta ES Suites Flagstaff, and marks its first full-service property in the state.

The Sonesta Suites Scottsdale Gainey Ranch offers upscale all-suite accommodations with full kitchens, a pool and sundeck within a courtyard, as well as several on-site dining options. Next door, guests will find the upscale Shops at Gainey Village and The Gainey Village Spa & Health Club. The property is also located near numerous corporate offices, including Nationwide Insurance, VOYA and Wells Fargo.

“We are very excited to add the beautiful destination of Scottsdale to our growing portfolio of global destinations,” Carlos Flores, president and CEO of Sonesta International Hotels Corporation, said in a statement. “Visitors to Sonesta Suites Scottsdale Gainey Ranch will be delighted by not only the amenities and location but our dedication to guest service that makes them feel welcome and at home.”


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Sonesta Suites Scottsdale Gainey Ranch offers 162 studio, one- and two- bedroom suites. On-site dining options include The Hearth Room, serving a complimentary full breakfast buffet and evening reception with appetizers, beer, wine and non-alcoholic beverages; and The Terrace Bar, overlooking the property's courtyard and offering a selection of cocktails and a lunch menu in season. In-room dining is also available in the evenings. Additional amenities include complimentary Wi-Fi, a fitness center with heated pool and hot tub, landscape and gardens including fire pits, complimentary shuttle service (transporting guests to destinations within five-miles of the hotel) and 2,500 square feet of meeting space plus dining and outdoor entertaining space for corporate or private events.

The hotel is located 5 miles north of Scottsdale Fashion Square and Old Town Scottsdale, and five miles south of the Kierland Commons and Scottsdale Quarter. The new Odysea Aquarium, Butterfly Wonderland, Top Golf, I-Fly Indoor Skydiving and the Talking Stick Casino are just a few miles east off the 101 freeway. Salt River Fields at Talking Stick also serves as the spring training home of the Arizona Diamond Backs and the Colorado Rockies, and is located 4 miles away, as is Camelback Mountain, offering views and hiking trails.

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