Scottsdale Plaza Resort
The Scottsdale Plaza Resort is an oasis of tranquility that captures the essence of scenic Arizona. Graceful Spanish Mediterranean architecture and décor create a cozy, private estancia-style feel. Take a dip in one of five heated pools located throughout the grounds, smooth out your stroke on the resort’s private putting green, or just experience the warm desert breezes and views of Camelback Mountain. Clusters of rooms and suites are tucked among peaceful courtyards that are surrounded by fragrant, indigenous flowers, seasonal plantings, 50-foot palms & eucalyptuses.
Reservations and Travel Tips
Call Scottsdale Plaza Resort at (800) 832-2025. Be sure to mention CU Conferences to receive rates starting at $189.
The daily resort fee is waived when you book through CU Conferences' room block.
Rates are based on availability. If you are unable to book a room, call CU Conferences at 888-465-6010 for assistance.
The weather in Monterey during the month of January is generally warm. The average temperature reaches a high in the 60s during the day and the 40s in the evenings.
Airport and Ground Transportation
Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) is approximately 30 minutes from the Scottsdale Plaza Resort. Self-parking at hotel is available at no additional cost.
The Scottsdale Plaza Resort Experience
Enjoy the Plaza's outdoor fire pit as you enjoy the spectacular Arizona sunset.
Meet up with friends new and old at JD's, an on-property casual dining restaurant and bar.
A quiet stroll is the perfect way to unwind after a day of education. Paths await at the Plaza.
Monterey and surrounding area have attracted artists since the late 19th century and many celebrated painters and writers have lived there. Until the 1950s, there was an abundant fishery. What to do during your conference downtime? We have a few ideas...
Hike Tom's Thumb Trail, a 4 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail that features beautiful wild flowers. It's a challenge so plan accordingly!
Old Town Scottsdale
Downtown Scottsdale - more commonly known as Old Town Scottsdale - offers boutique shopping featuring souvenirs, jewelry and art with a Southwestern flair, or luxury shopping at one of the country's best malls. A density of bars, lounges, restaurants and clubs offer myriad dining and nightlife opportunities within short distance of each other. And art fans can peruse the galleries of Main Street and visit the district's contemporary and western museums.