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If you’re looking for a warm-weather winter or spring getaway that doesn’t involve a beach or an ocean, this could be the getaway for you! Head down to Phoenix, Arizona located in the magnificent Southwestern desert, where the weather is always great and there’s so much to discover! You’ll stay at the Clarendon Hotel, a casual, yet chic, downtown hotel featuring an amazing pool area, popular rooftop deck and also a restaurant which happens to be a local Phoenix favorite! Vouchers start at $129 per night for 2 guests and travel is valid from now until the end of August. You have two weeks to make your booking to take advantage of savings of up to 40% off on a memorable Phoenix escape! WHAT’S INCLUDED IN YOUR TRIPALERTZ DEAL Chic downtown Phoenix hotel only $129 per night for 2 guests! Accommodations in a Deluxe King room for 2 guests Hotel service fee ($20 per night value) includes: Breakfast daily Covered parking Internet access. Long distance / international telephone calls Two bottles of water “Late-night munchies” mini-bar In-room Keurig coffee machine Morning newspaper Access to on-site and fitness facilities including an Elite Gold’s Gym Pass Four pool passes ABOUT THE CLARENDON HOTEL PHOENIX The Clarendon Hotel Phoenix is a wonderful, locally owned contemporary boutique hotel with a friendly and relaxing vibe. Known as Phoenix’s “Urban Retreat”, you’ll find yourself only a short distance away from top downtown attractions including arenas, museum, parks, gardens and great shopping. Guestrooms feature a modern touch with amenities including a flat-screen TV, in-room Keurig coffee makers and internet access. One of the area’s most popular restaurant/cafes is on site. The rooftop deck and lounge area is a favorite local hangout – sip you favorite cocktail while enjoying amazing views of the Phoenix skyline and surrounding mountain ranges day and night. The Oasis Pool area is a site unto itself – taking you to an elevated state of relaxation and tranquility – with its underwater speakers, massaging water jets, a large Jacuzzi for – imagine! – 50 plus guests, Italian sun-beds, colorful murals and bubbling fountains. Keep up with your workout at the on-site fitness facility or take advantage of passes to the nearby Elite Gold’s Gym. Parking is included, so feel free to hop in your car anytime and head over to some of the area’s popular sights and attractions including the Phoenix Zoo, Chase Field, Historic Heritage Square, the Heard Museum, nearby Scottsdale and surrounding desert and mountains! ACCOMMODATIONS Accommodations at The Clarendon exemplify their “urban retreat” moniker. Deluxe rooms are spacious (350 sq-ft) and feature a contemporary décor with a host of modern amenities for a comfortable stay. (Maximum occupancy: 2 guests Deluxe room amenities feature: One king bed with premium bedding Bathroom with shower/tub combination, bathrobes and designer toiletries 42" flat-screen television Alarm clock / Radio CD player Desk Cordless phone Keurig Coffee-maker WiFi Internet access Hair dryer Iron / Ironing board Laptop-size in-room safe FOOD & DRINK One of Phoenix’s most popular restaurants is located on site – The Gallo Blanco Café and Bar is known for its farm-to-table-type cuisine featuring the best and freshest of locally grown and sourced ingredients. Breakfast is served daily and there’s an extensive lunch and dinner menu, along with a great happy hour and innovative bar menu. Ask the front desk for other dining recommendations – the convenient central location means you‘re never far from a great meal! ADDITIONAL HOTEL INFORMATION Check-in: 3:00pm Check-out: 11:00am Fees for Early check-in / Late check-out: $25 each Pets are accepted (Pet fee: $50 per pet, per stay) All rooms are non-smoking THINGS TO SEE AND DO IN THE PHOENIX AREA PhoenixPhoenix is Arizona's capital and largest city, as well as the sixth most populous n the USA, and the largest city in the “Arizona Sun Corridor”, averaging about 85% of possible sunshine in the hot summers and warm winters. It’s an area rife with culture and activities, wonderful dining, shopping and area attractions. Some of the citys’ more popular sights are the Heard Museum with its more than 32,000 pieces of cultural and fine art including a wonderful collection of Kachina Dolls which belonged to the late Senator Barry Goldwater. For nature lovers, the Boyce Thompson Arboretum brings together plants from the earth's many and varied deserts and dry lands. Go to nearby Squaw Peak or Camelback Mountain with great trails for hiker and walkers of all abilities. And for a real taste of the Wild West, bring out your inner cowboy/cowgirl with a visit to the Rawhide Western Town located in Chandler, AZ – about 30 minutes from Phoenix – with its good old Wild West gunfights, stunt shows, stagecoach rides, desert train rides, gold panning and so much more! Best of all, there’s also a well known steakhouse there where you can chow down on some great southwestern cuisine! Scottsdale…Arts Walk and ShoppingScottsdale is known for many things – and some of the top activities are art gallery hopping and fabulous shopping! The Downtown is home to nine “walk-able” neighborhoods filled with boutiques, art galleries, restaurants, nightclubs and attractions. There’s even a free downtown trolley, so you can park once and explore all day long. There are more than 100 art galleries in Scottsdale – and a great way to visit some of them is by joining a Scottsdale Arts Walk. Held every Thursday evening, Scottsdale Gallery Association members host special exhibits - many with artist receptions - for an informal come-and-go “open house” throughout the district. For shopping, the area’s top mall is Scottsdale Fashion Square. In a city that's not known for haute couture, you'll be able to satisfy that urge here. When the rich and famous, locals and visitors, need an upscale mall, this is where they go! You can also browse hundreds of boutiques at the Scottsdale Waterfront, Southbridge, Fifth Avenue Shops & Boutiques and Old Town – trust us when we say that downtown Scottsdale is a shopaholic’s dream-come-true! Desert Botanical GardenThe Desert Botanical Garden has one of the world’s finest collections of desert plants. It is one of only 44 botanical gardens accredited by the American Association of Museums. At the Desert Botanical Garden you will find 50 acres of beautiful outdoor exhibits. Home to 139 rare, threatened and endangered plant species from around the world, there is no finer place to enjoy desert beauty than the Desert Botanical Garden. The Garden is located in Papago Park in Central Phoenix. Phoenix ZooEven though the Phoenix Zoo is one of the younger zoos in the country, it has been voted one of the top 5 zoos for kids of all ages! There are a host of “meet the animals” areas including the Giraffe Encounter, Monkey Village and Stingray Bay, just to name a few. Other attractions include a Safari Train, Endangered Species Carousel and pedal boat rentals. Not only is it a successful zoo, but it is a privately owned, nonprofit zoo. That means that it operates strictly without any government funding. The Phoenix Zoo is totally supported by donors and private organizations. Recognizing the important role that zoos must play, the Phoenix Zoo has been very active in wildlife conservation programs. Chase FieldIf you happen to be in Phoenix during baseball season, try to score yourself some tickets to see the Arizona Diamondbacks in their wonderful home ballpark! Chase Field was the first baseball facility in the world to combine a retractable roof, air conditioning, and a natural turf field. If you are a baseball fan, a visit to this state-of-art facility will be a special treat. If you aren't that interested in going to a game, or one isn't scheduled for the time you'll be in town, you can still see it - just go to lunch or dinner at Friday's Front Row Sports Grill, located in the left-field corner of the Ballpar...
Boutique Hotel with a Palatial Pool and Trendy Lounge At 60 feet wide and two stories tall, the glass water wall at The Oasis pool is one of the largest its kind in the world, according to The Clarendon Hotel co-owner Ben Bethel. The water cascades straight down behind The Clarendon's pool, which is bordered by colorful mosaic tiles flecked with 24-karat gold. Underwater, speakers pipe in Rat Pack–era music, and above-water, staff members hand out Otter Pops and polish guests' sunglasses. At night, the bubbling fountains and scalp-massage jets are turned down, and 1,000 stars etched into the pool's ...
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