Phoenix Neighborhoods


Phoenix is unique in that it is divided into 15 urban villages that were based on communities and neighborhoods of historical importance that have been annexed into the city over the years. The following is a taste of what visitors can expect if they book a suite in Phoenix. 

Ahwatukee

Located in southern Phoenix, Ahwatukee  is bordered by South Mountain and South Maintain Park, providing ample opportunities for outdoor activities such as hiking and sightseeing.   Ahwatukee  is also adjacent to the Gila River Indian Community which is home to three casinos, a spa, two golf courses, a race car driving school, two tribal museums and a racing boat course. 

Rio Vista Village

Rio Vista Village is situated in the northern portion of the city. The newest of Phoenix's urban villages, it's near Anthem, a master-planned community that offers a 63-acre park with lakes, grassy areas and room for sports teams. A family-oriented neighborhood, its seclusion, and sprawling borders lend themselves to more active pursuits. 

Camelback East Village

Camelback East Village is also known as the East Side or East Phoenix. Nestled between Camelback Mountain and Piestewa Peak, Camelback East Village is home to Wrigley Mansion, the historic home of the famous Wrigley chewing gum family. The neighborhood is also home to a bustling culinary and bar scene, making it the perfect destination for a night out for those who are throwing a bachelorette party in Phoenix. 

Downtown Phoenix

As the central business district of the city, Downtown Phoenix is the area's heart. It contains financial, governmental and cultural institutions. It is also the center of live concert events, major league sporting activities and other forms of entertainment. The Phoenix RoadRunners, Phoenix Suns, and Phoenix Mercury all call Talking Stick Resort Arena their home. Chase Field hosts the Arizona Diamondbacks. The plethora of venues makes it convenient to throw a bachelor party in Phoenix that coordinates with a favorite sporting event.