Desert-influenced mid-century style defines this landmark resort in Paradise Valley.
Nestled against a Camelback Mountain backdrop, Mountain Shadows offers a portal back in time through its elegantly restored mid-century architecture. Dating back to 1959, it sits in an excellent Paradise Valley location and takes inspiration from its surroundings with décor steeped in the hotel’s own interpretation of Southwest style, featuring geometric patterns and soothing monochromatic color schemes.
The airy, naturally lit guest rooms and suites are equipped with coffee/tea makers, 55-inch flat-screen HD TVs and laptop safes. As well, they feature thoughtful extras like cocktail carts (drink recipes provided!) and vintage postcards to mail to friends back home. With hiking/biking trails nearby and a par-3, 18-hole golf course and two pools on the grounds, there’s plenty of activity to fill the days. And if relaxation is the goal, a shuttle service conveniently transports guests to nearby Sanctuary Camelback Mountain Resort & Spa for Asian-themed massages and spa services.
On-site dining options include contemporary, chef-driven cuisine at Hearth ‘61, casual fare on the patio at Rusty’s and a fresh juice bar. Indoor and outdoor meeting and event space measures in at more than 35,000 square feet, making the resort ideal for conferences and destination weddings.