Soon-to-be Hilton Scottsdale Resort offers ‘suite’ summer escape

A view of a hotel room at the soon-to-be Embassy Suites by Hilton Scottsdale Resort. (Submitted photo)

A view of a hotel room at the soon-to-be Embassy Suites by Hilton Scottsdale Resort. (Submitted photo)

As the renovation team puts the final touches on the $25 million transformation of the Chaparral Suites, soon to be Embassy Suites by Hilton Scottsdale Resort, guests can already plan a “Suite” summer escape, which includes 25 percent-off room rates with the promotional code “Suite” for a stay anytime between now and Sept. 4.

“Whether it’s a couple’s getaway, a golf outing or a family staycation, we’ve got more than 300 completely new and modernized suites each with two or more rooms in our urban oasis,” said Alan Klein, general manager of the soon-to-be Embassy Suites by Hilton Scottsdale Resort, in a prepared statement.

“Visitors might see a few hard hats around, but the guest rooms and pools are ready for guests.”

Slated to be completely transformed by mid-June 2016, the team at the future Embassy Suites has designed the property to be a distinctly Scottsdale urban retreat, with traditional terra-cotta rooftops, a massive lobby mural of Camelback Mountain, local art and memorabilia, and natural landscaping with indigenous plants, according to a press release.

The 15-acre resort includes 312 modernized guest suites, all of which feature two rooms or more. Luxury executive and VIP suites include multiple bedrooms and will be ideal for family gatherings and golf trips. Guests can also enjoy the 2,000-square-foot fitness center with Life Fitness equipment, and the newly renovated Agave and Cholla pools with whirlpool.

The 25 percent-off Suite Escape rate offers a wide variety of complimentary services such as:

  • Buffet breakfast;
  • Complimentary evening reception with drinks and snacks;
  • Local transportation to shopping, dining and entertainment in luxury SUVs;
  • 24-7 business and fitness centers.

The hotel is at 5001 N. Scottsdale Road. Go to

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