Andaz Scottsdale set to open this fall

An exterior view of an Andaz Scottsdale Bungalow. (submitted photo)

An exterior view of an Andaz Scottsdale Bungalow. (submitted photo)

Andaz Scottsdale Resort and Spa has announced plans to open its doors in the coming months.

Located on 23 acres in Paradise Valley, less than two miles north of Old Town Scottsdale, Scottsdale Fashion Square shopping and renowned Scottsdale dining and entertainment, the resort will feature a combination of 50-foot pine trees with giant saguaros and desert wildflowers in an “oasis” setting, according to a press release.

Featuring views of nearby Camelback Mountain, Andaz Scottsdale Resort and Spa will offer guests a place to inhabit, explore and create.

“We are absolutely thrilled to prepare for the opening of this hotel and to introduce the Andaz brand to our Scottsdale community,” said Scott Mason, general manager of Andaz Scottsdale Resort and Spa, in the release. “This brand is all about connecting guests with the very best of local culture and immersing them in experiences that provide them with new perspective. From our thoughtful design, to our food and beverage offerings, to our immersive guest experiences made possible with local partners, we know that guests who arrive a visitor will depart a local.”

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