Very Good 1093 Reviews
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What We Love

  • Innovative cocktails in the hip Living Room lounge
  • Fresh sushi at sceney Sushi Roku
  • Close to Old Town and some of Scottsdale’s best shopping

What To Know

  • The hotel cultivates a sexy scene that might not be ideal for families
  • WET pool deck is open 24/7
  • Pet friendly


  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pet-friendly
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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Bedroom Lounge Luxury Modern Suite property cottage


Shot of youthful enthusiasm near Scottsdale’s Old Town, with a sushi scene and pool

The Lowdown

A riot of color in the Sonoran Desert, W Scottsdale is all about “Whatever / Whenever” – that is, whatever guests want, when they want it. And there’s a lot here to have. Sceney Sushi Roku serves up some of the town’s best rolls, while the Living Room lounge pours creative cocktails. Perched above the hotel’s entrance, WET pool is open 24/7, while Bliss Spa is a 4,000-square-foot oasis where you can relax with a massage or get your hair done for a night on the town. All 230 guestrooms and 33 specialty suites keep the hip vibe with jewel tones, the latest tech stone bathrooms with shoji doors and a separate shower with crushed glass flooring.

In the Area

Explore novelty shops, Navajo jewelry stores and art galleries along East Main Street in Old Town Scottsdale, a short drive from the resort. (Start by drooling over Rita’s turquoise vault at Razzle-Dazzle Bead & Jewelry.) For real-deal cowboy boots and buckles, hit up Saba’s. A 27-hole championship golf course designed by Ted Robinson, The Phoenician pairs a challenging experience with the breathtaking scenery of the Sonoran Desert for a golf experience that’s peerless. Scottsdale is also a baseball town, so be sure to enjoy a ball game at nearby Chase Field (in Phoenix), home of MLB’s Arizona Diamondbacks.

How to Get There

W Scottsdale
7277 E Camelback Road
Scottsdale, AZ 85251 United States


4.0 Very Good 1093 Reviews
Excellent Hotel!

This hotel is very nice and modern, from the room to the amenities. The staff was super friendly especially Raul, he was a security guard that gave us great recommendations of places to eat and visit. Front desk was very nice and always greeted us with a smile. The rooms are amazing, modern and super clean.

Great 4th of July weekend

Friends from SD came for the 4th of July weekend and we picked the W for a great time, and it was right the choice. Krystal at the front desk was AMAZING and give us Pedialyte with cold water bottles every time we walked by and needed it. She was also super nice and informative. I hope they give her a raise she deserves it! I slept comfortably in my room for three nights, loved the shower. Don’t understand all the noise complaints tbh, my room was facing the zen garden/courtyard and I heard nothing. My friends room was facing the main Old Town club strip of loud bars and they had no noise complaints. The Nespresso machines in the rooms are the best. Jesse at the Pool was also a great dude and gave us some upgrades. Alex gave us rides twice and helped us with luggage and he was super friendly and helpful. I found a lot of the staff super helpful and nice, which is always a plus at these fun hotels. Overall a good experience and would stay here again for a fun time. I definitely don’t think it’s for an older crowd nor a family stay, it’s meant to be a cool fun place and if that’s what you’re looking for you won’t be disappointed.

4th of July last min trip
Michael O

The hotel and staff was perfect from start to finish but what really set our trip apart was Jessie at the W pool, I can’t say enough good things about him and his service. Because of him we booked another trip to stay at the before we even left.

Thank you W and thank you Jessi