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Hotels in Phoenix (3 OYOs)

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OYO Hotel Globe / Miami AZ - Highway 60
OYO Hotel Globe / Miami AZ - Highway 60
OYO Hotel Globe / Miami AZ - Highway 60
OYO Hotel Globe / Miami AZ - Highway 60
OYO Hotel Globe / Miami AZ - Highway 60

OYO Hotel Globe / Miami AZ - Highway 60

2370 US-60, Miami, AZ 85539
7 people booked this hotel in last 6 hours
4.1 (420 Ratings)·Very Good
First Aid
Daily Housekeeping
Refrigerator
+ 10 more
King Bed
$34$4524% off
+ Taxes, per room per night
Hotel Eloy AZ I-10
Hotel Eloy AZ I-10
Hotel Eloy AZ I-10
Hotel Eloy AZ I-10
Hotel Eloy AZ I-10

Hotel Eloy AZ I-10

4015 W Outer Dr, Eloy AZ, 85131
3.5 (111 Ratings)·Good
CCTV Cameras
Microwave
Card Payment
King Bed
$37$5026% off
+ Taxes, per room per night
Hotel Mesa AZ Downtown East
Hotel Mesa AZ Downtown East
Hotel Mesa AZ Downtown East
Hotel Mesa AZ Downtown East
Hotel Mesa AZ Downtown East

Hotel Mesa AZ Downtown East

1625 E Main St, Mesa, AZ, 85302
7 people booked this hotel in last 6 hours
4.0 (253 Ratings)·Very Good
First Aid
CCTV Cameras
Card Payment
+ 1 more
King Bed
$58$7725% off
+ Taxes, per room per night
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What are some budget-friendly places I can stay in Phoenix?
Scope out hotel options just outside of town, like Scottsdale or Tempe, for great budget finds.
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Where can I go shopping in Phoenix?

 

  • Phoenix General: This boutique has a chic desert vibe and carries men’s and women’s clothing, jewelry, home items, and gifts
  • Melrose District: This small section of Phoenix around Seventh Avenue is a best-kept secret for vintage shopping and independent boutiques. You can find vintage clothing, antiques, books, music, and gifts at small shops here, like Retro Ranch.
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What are the best restaurants in Phoenix?
    • Mexican:
      • La Santisima: This Mexican spots serves up fresh fare inspired by dishes from Baja and Cancun. The best part is the salsa bar, with options to liven up any dish, including traditional red,  or green, as well as strawberry, creamy pecan, and other exotic flavors.
      • Rito’s Mexican Food: This family-owned place is renowned for their award winning burritos, plus you can also score some delicious chimichangas and enchiladas.
    • Burgers (classic) & burgers (vegan):
      • The Stand: It’s just burgers, fries, and shakes, drive-through or dine-in -- but these are a delicious and homemade step up from fast food. You may even encounter a wait for the drive-through, but loyalists say it’s worth it.
      • Green New American Vegetarian: This spot’s not just for vegans, although the menu is 100% plant-based. Word has it, this restaurant has shattered many a meat-eater’s notions of vegan food with its delicious “Big Wac.”
    • Dessert:
      • Mary Coyle: Save room for old-school homemade ice cream from this classic soda fountain shop.
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What are some kid-friendly activities in Phoenix?
  • Wet n Wild Phoenix: If the Phoenix heat is taking its toll on the family, cool down and have fun at Arizona’s largest waterpark. Here you’ll find water slides, a wave pool, lazy river, and splash area for the tiniest visitors.
  • Pangaea: This is the land of the dinosaurs and perfect indoor fun for all dino-obsessed kiddos (or grown-ups). Here you’ll find life-sized animatronic dinosaurs and interactive exhibits, like a fossil dig and excavation.
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What are the top 5 things to see in Phoenix?
    • Desert Botanical Garden: This spot contains 4,000+ species of cacti, plants, and flowers on 140 acres, nestled amongst the majestic beauty of the Sonoran Desert. There are featured exhibits as well as trails for hiking here.
    • Musical Instrument Museum: Walk through this top-rated museum devoted to the history of music and instruments from all over the world. You’ll even find such icons as John Lennon’s “Imagine” piano, as well as regular events and concerts.
    • Roosevelt Row: Phoenix is flush with art, indie shops, galleries, and especially street art and murals. Stroll this vibrant Arts District with camera in hand, and if you’re in town on the first Friday of the month, be sure to check out the First Friday Arts Market.
    • Papago Park: This spot is great for hikers of any level with its variety of easy trails. Here you’ll also get to see some of the distinctive red sandstone rock formations in the area.
    • Taliesin West: This Frank Lloyd Wright home is a UNESCO World Heritage site and National Historic Landmark nestled in the foothills 45 minutes outside of Phoenix. Its striking architecture is a perfect example of the midcentury architect’s iconic ability to blend manmade structure and natural habitat.
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