Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia
What We Love
- The incredible Joya Spa, with its glam rooftop pool and Moroccan-inspired design
- The public spaces all take advantage of the gorgeous Camelback Mountain views
- Three pools, two of them adults only
- A choice of three restaurants, plus an all-day café
What To Know
- Reservations are required for the spa
- The hotel does a brisk business in meetings and weddings
- The spa terrace pool is for spa guests only
- Pets are allowed (fees and limitations apply)
- A $25 resort fee per night will be collected at the Jetsetter checkout
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Nestled at the base of picturesque Camelback Mountain in the exclusive enclave of Paradise Valley, Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia is an intimate oasis, inspired by the exotic locale of Spain’s Andalusia region. Recently re-branded as an Omni property, this iconic Scottsdale resort boasts a primo position just outside of town with jaw-dropping views of craggy, imposing Camelback Mountain. Guest rooms and suites are lavish, with four poster beds, luxe marble bathrooms and an earthy palette designed to reflect the surrounding desert landscapes. Both starry-eyed couples on romantic getaways and families on vacation are well catered to, with plenty of room to stretch out thanks to three pools (two stay open until midnight), multiple restaurants, and the enormous, fully-immersive Joya Spa, with a style reminiscent of Spain’s Alhambra palace.
In the Area
Join a guided hike or strike out on your own to see some of the Sonoran Desert’s starkly beautiful landscapes up close. Picturesque Camelback Mountain is a convenient five minute walk from the resort with various types of trails. Pinnacle Peak is ideal for horse-riding and rock climbing, while Scottsdale’s McDowell Sonoran Preserve has over 120 miles of trails. See even more of the area’s indigenous flora on a visit to the Desert Botanical Garden, where you’ll encounter all manner of otherworldly plants and flowers. Then hustle back to Montelucia for free wine tastings at Prado restaurant– be sure to taste local drops, as Arizona now has its own well-regarded nascent wine scene.
How to Get There
From the time I pulled up, I knew everything would be great with this stay. The friendliness of the staff from check in to the pool staff was top notch. The grounds were clean and had excellent views of the surrounding mountains. I will definitely be staying here again
Traveled the first of June for a long weekend. Enjoyed staying at the Omni Scottsdale Resport. The spa was wonderful. The spa has a great atmosphere. Our room overlooked camel back mountain. Enjoyed hiking the mountain both days. Food at the hotel is a little pricey but plenty of restaurants near by. Weather was hot the first of June but still nice in the mornings and evenings.
Very nice property. We were looking for an all inclusive resort and this worked out perfectly. Never have to leave the place. Staff very friendly and attentive. Food was very high quality and all freshly made. Will visit again.