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Phoenix, Scottsdale, and Tempe Hotels

Courtyard Phoenix Camelback

  • 2101 E. Camelback Rd. Map It
  • $$
  • Trusted Brand


  • Great value
  • Within walking distance of great shopping and dining


  • Few frills
  • Business-oriented

Updated 04/02/2014

Fodor's Review

Public areas in this four-story hotel are mostly glass and tile, while rooms are tastefully done with light-colored walls and accents like plush down bedding, cherrywood armoires, and large, pullout desks to accommodate business travelers. A lap pool and Jacuzzi await in the landscaped courtyard. A small café on the premises serves breakfast and dinner, and there are more than 50 restaurants within a 1.5-mile radius.

Hotel Information


2101 E. Camelback Rd., Phoenix, Arizona, 85016, USA

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602-955–5200; 800-321–2211

Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • 155 rooms, 12 suites
  • No meals

Updated 04/02/2014

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By Richard

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Jan 26, 2005

Confirmed Guaranteed Room is Not Guaranteed!

We made a guaranteed non-smoking reservation here. We had never stayed here before, but it was close to our new Phoenix office. We were driving in from California. At 5:30 p.m. we called to confirm late arrival for midnight and were told that they would hold our rooms. Upon arrival we were confronted by Matt the night clerk and told that they had no rooms. He said they had guests who overstayed. We demanded an explanation and showed our confirmations.

He yelled at us for "berating" him. We were firm, but professional. He was not. After getting no further help, they finally decided to put us up at a nearby lower quality hotel at no charge. The room we got was on a dense smoking floor which we took because there were no other hotels available in the area. This is the high season in Phoenix. It was miserable. Their policy to not honor guarantees must be a management decision. I have never had that happen in 30 years of business travel and then be confronted by a clerk with a bad temper and bad manners. And our staff stays at Marriotts and plans conferences with them all over the U.S. If they treat us so badly, I can only imagine how they treat everyone else. Well never stay here.

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By Michael

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May 18, 2003

Very nice, but nothing special

Camelback is very prestigious, but there is better in the area. Especially for the price. Wonderful brunch buffet though. It's a nice spa, but nothing special

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