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Scottsdale Fashion Square

Located just outside the quaint streets of Old Town Scottsdale, Scottsdale Fashion Square features a wide array of name brand stores as well as plenty of local businesses. This shopping center is located indoors, which makes it especially attractive in the summer when the temperatures are elevated! Naturally, like many shopping centers around the country, visitors will not only find a food court, but also a large amount of restaurants located around the vicinity.

Shop Scottsdale

Inside the vast shopping mall with three distinct levels, the shops, boutiques and markets have something for everyone. The stores at Scottsdale Fashion Square are separated by department. For example, in fashion, guests will find both men and women’s apparel, accessories and shoes, luxury and department stores such as Dillards, Macy’s, Nordstrom, and Neiman Marcus. For families, guests will find toy stores, kids’ apparel, and pet stores, while the Lifestyle section features stores that sell health supplies, travel accessories, artwork and more. If you seek home furnishings, the Crate & Barrel store has modern, trendy pieces, while Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams does the same albeit with a different price point. Additionally, if you love Apple products, the magnificent, sleek storefront faces Scottsdale Road and anchors the shopping center’s eastern end. The amount of luxury brand names is also impressive, some of which include Lacoste, Aveda, Kiehl’s, Burberry, Cartier, and many more. With three levels, it is hard to visit them all!

Dining & Entertainment at Scottsdale Fashion Square

Like many other indoor shopping centers around the United States, Scottsdale Fashion Square in Scottsdale also has a food court, but this one features restaurants that are better than the average. Sure, the most popular fast food joints are here, but Chick-Fil-A and Chipotle hardly qualify as typical fast food like McDonald’s or Burger King. Five Guys Hamburgers, Johnny Rockets, and Shake Shack serve excellent burgers on the go, while Kona Grill and Pita Jungle bring a more refined menu to the mall. Around the outskirts of Scottsdale Fashion Square, visitors will find an additional array of restaurants such as Olive & Ivy, Tocaya Madera, Culinary Dropout, as well as several more. If you seek entertainment, the magnificent art installation WonderSpaces is located here, or you want to catch a flick, try the Harkins Theatres.

Lovely Scottsdale

If you seek additional entertainment and fun, take a walk around the canal into Old Town Scottsdale and explore more of what this wonderful Phoenix suburb has to offer. Moreover, there is always plenty of parking throughout the entire vicinity, but weekends can be an entirely different story.

Scottsdale Rentals features a number of properties in close proximity to the mall, as well as other exciting attractions in the area. Contact us today to book your stay in Scottsdale! We offer a number of properties, whether you’re visiting as part of a larger group or even alone.

 

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Camelback Mountain

Camelback Mountain is one of the most recognized area landmarks. With an elevation of 2,700 feet, it is an excellent venue for a hike or climb. In fact, hiking Camelback is considered one of the top 10 things to do in the Scottsdale/Phoenix area. There are two main trails/climbs — Cholla and Echo Canyon. Please be advised that these hikes and climbs are not generally considered “easy” or beginner level.

Papago Park

Papago Park is a municipal park that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. There is plenty to do in this gorgeous park including hiking, fishing and even golfing on the Papago Golf Course.
625 N Galvin Pkwy, Phoenix, AZ 85008

Hole in the Rock

Hole in the Rock is a wonderful destination for those wanting to see a terrific example of Arizona Red Rock. This is a natural geological formation located in Papago Park. This formation is actually a series of openings eroded into a small red stone hill. The openings and main chamber are accessible via a smoothly ascending path that passes behind the hill.

Taliesin West

Taliesin West was the winter home and school of Frank Lloyd Wright from 1937 until his death in 1959. Currently, it is the main campus of The School of Architecture at Taliesin and also houses the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. It is open to the public for tours, where you’ll be taken through indoor and outdoor spaces, as well as Wright’s private quarters, the gracious “Garden Room”, the drafting room and more.
12621 N Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd, Scottsdale, AZ 85259

Old Town Scottsdale

Old Town Scottsdale is one of the Southwest’s most vibrant and unique downtown areas. It offers pedestrian-friendly streets lines with world-class galleries, museums, restaurants and shops, plus an exciting nightlife scene.

McDowell Sonoran Preserve

The McDowell Sonoran Preserve is the gateway to the Sonoran Desert and has one of the most diverse environments on earth. Located on more than 30,000 acres along the eastern edge of the city, the Preserve offers more than 100 miles of trails with six trailheads. Enjoy an array of outdoor activities, including hiking, mountain biking, wildlife and bird watching, and guided rock climbing and off-roading tours. Each trailhead provides expansive views of Pinnacle Peak and the Valley, and the Bajada Nature Trail offers a variety of games and activities for kids of all ages.
18333 N. Thompson Peak Rd, Scottsdale
480-998-7971