Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale at Troon North
What We Love
- The spa’s Healing Hiker’s massage uses arnica and sage to relax overworked muscles
- Free coffee and muffins daily until 9:00 a.m.
- Hotel guests get preferred tee times and free shuttle service to Troon North Golf Club
- Free kids program for ages 5-12
What To Know
- Self parking is included in the daily $25 resort fee; valet parking is $29 per night
- The summer months are scorchingly hot
- The resort has a relaxed, quiet atmosphere; don’t expect bumping nightlife
- Eco friendly
- Free WiFi
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Dallas interior designer Paul Duesing imbues the indulgent modern spaces with a true sense of place. Paintings of saguaros and agaves adorn the walls in the bright, vibrant hues of a desert in full bloom. The lobby furniture is richly textured in sunset shades, exposed beams frame the ceiling, and touches of terra cotta add warmth.
Bed and Bath
Hand woven Huichol yarn art plays off creamy walls, furnishings upholstered in chic but rustic pattern mixes and, in some, soft adobe-style gas fireplaces. Small decks or patios face out into the desert, the perfect place to kick back with a sunset margarita. Bathrooms in soft terra cotta shades and stone tiles have deep tubs, separate showers and L’Occitane bath and body products.
Talavera, one of the best steakhouses in Scottsdale, turns out modern spins on classic beef and seafood pairings and has stunning patio views. Proof, an American canteen, serves comfort food like fried green tomatoes, shrimp and oyster po’boys, and chicken and waffles with bacon and bourbon syrup. The décor is all Wild West, with a railroad track running through the dining room. At poolside, Saguaro Blossom offers stunning views of Troon Mountain and Pinnacle Peak. Bliss out there or in the spa over a Sedona earth clay body mask or a golfers’ massage.
In the Area
The Four Seasons resort is adjacent to Pinnacle Peak Park and near the McDowell Sonoran Preserve. McDowell is ideal for outdoorsy types who want to mountain bike, hike and rock climb. Arizona Outback Adventures can help with planning. Greasewood Flat, a 130 year old quirky Wild West watering hole, is worth a visit. For shopping and dining, stroll through Scottsdale Quarter, and try health guru Dr. Andrew Weil’s True Food Kitchen. Fans of Frank Lloyd Wright’s work must visit Taliesin West. Old Town Scottsdale’s Thursday night ArtWalk sells local artists work – with free wine.
How to Get There
Expect to be pampered at a high level here. The service was awesome and food was great. Everyone was very accommodating and super nice. Also the location was terrific - we hiked some cool trails, walked to one, drive to others, and caught a spring training baseball game. Warning though the bed was terrible as were the pillows.
Stayed here for three consecutive nights for a board meeting that was held at the hotel. All of the food was excellent. Food and wine in the conference room and for cocktail hours was great. Room was typical Four Seasons quality. Unfortunately the weather was record breaking cold (21 degrees, snow, freezing rain) during our stay so we were not able to enjoy our beautiful balcony and walk around the exquisite property.
Beautiful, clean and quaint. Quiet and relaxing. A bit far from restaurants but on property food and service is great. Adult pool is quiet. Lots of families enjoying the same property. Trails to hike, golf to play. Highly recommend! We’ve stayed at lots of high end properties in Scottsdale and this is my favorite by far!
Excellent Beautiful. very Pricey. Very relaxing, beautiful rooms with great privacy, balconies and views. Great staff, Great food. Great hiking. No Transportation to and from the airport. Uber minimum $50 each way up to $100. Taxi $125.00. They should provide shuttle service.
We have stayed there many times and have always been satisfied with the service, friendliness of staff and total care we received. I would recommend this resort to anyone looking to have a wonderful vacation.