There's no place
on earth quite like the Grand Canyon State…Arizona. It's not just our
landscapes, which take in tall mountain ranges, swift rivers,
grasslands, sand dunes, cactus floral and fauna. With more than 330 days
of sunshine a year, Arizona is the perfect playground to indulge in your
favorite adventure. It's not just our storied past, which reaches back
thousands of years. It's not just our people, a vibrant blend of
cultures (Native American, Mexican and Western) and traditions. It's all
these things, and the way they come together, that make a visit to
Arizona a truly unforgettable experience.
The Valley of the Sun offers:
- Nearly 400 hotels
- 50,000+ hotel and
resort sleeping rooms
- More than 680,000
square-feet of state-of-the-art meeting space
- Nearly 200 golf
courses in the metro area
- 125 art galleries,
studios and museums
- More than 25
destination and day spas
- 600+ restaurants
ranging from fusion cuisine to mesquite-grilled cowboy steaks
recreational opportunities including hot air ballooning, river
rafting, hiking, off-road Sonoran Desert tours, horseback riding,
ecotours, and more
- More than 329 days
of sunshine each year
- Convenient access to
Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (1,300+ arrivals and
departures daily/105 non-stop flights, 10 miles from Scottsdale,
most Scottsdale hotels and resorts less than 20 minutes from the
- Natural desert
beauty with stately saguaros and beautiful desert flora.
When it comes to the wonderful game of golf, the Greater
Phoenix Area’s gorgeous year-round weather, world-class
courses, and passionate mindset combine to create a golfer’s
paradise nowhere to be rivaled. The Valley boasts more than
200 courses, with well-conditioned greens and fairways,
breathtaking scenery, and outstanding weather. Arizona golf
is truly an enjoyable experience! Among the area’s diverse
collection of golf courses there is a good mixture of desert
and traditional courses, several
recognition, as well as many with internationally renowned
designers. Let us arrange a tournament that incorporates
challenges for course competition or builds foursomes with
networking in mind.
Harbor Airport Information
Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport
is ranked sixth best of 36 major US airports. Youâ€™ll find convenient
access to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport with 1,300+ daily
flights; nonstop service to more than 100 cities and 24 commercial
carriers serve the Valley of the Sun.
Airport Travel Tips:
Depending on the time of year, the general rule of thumb is to be at
the airport at least 1.5 hours before your scheduled departure. If
you are flying on an International flight, you should arrive at the
airport at least 2.0 hours before your scheduled departure. Here are
some other helpful tips from the Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport:
- Please use the curbside
for active loading and unloading only. Airport safety regulations
prohibit vehicles waiting at the curb. Give arriving passengers time
to exit the aircraft, walk to baggage claim and pick up their bags
before expecting them at the curb.
- Film should be packed in
carry-on baggage only as new security equipment may harm film in
- Leave gifts unwrapped
until you reach your destination.
- Beverages in glass, metal
or ceramic containers must be sealed and go through the x-ray unit.
- Check directly with your airline for
flight schedules and recommended arrival times.
- Remember only ticketed passengers
will be allowed past the security checkpoints. If you are
accompanying children or persons with disabilities please contact
your airline. Bring a printout of your flight with
confirmation numbers if using an electronic ticket.
- If you have a Medical condition
that requires you to use or carry a needle or syringe in your carry
on baggage you must also have the medication with its pharmaceutical
label. If you have a medical implant that is likely to set off the
metal detector, it is helpful to bring evidence verifying your
- Only one carry-on bag
plus a personal item (such as a purse or briefcase) is allowed. Try
to limit the amount of metal in your clothes and in your pockets.
and other electronic equipment must be removed from their carrying
cases before going through the x-ray machine.
- Control all bags. Never
leave bags unattended or carry anything onboard an aircraft for a
stranger. Report any unattended packages or baggage
to airport personnel.
- Random searches of
passengers and baggage are in effect at the checkpoints and boarding
gates. Baggage may be tested for traces of explosives.
- Place any knives or sharp objects
in your checked baggage only. These items will not be allowed passed
the checkpoint. Passengers may mail small items home from the
information counter if necessary.
- Carry a government-issued photo ID.
- If you have a question or
need directions, the airport staff, the Navigator Volunteers wearing
purple, or representatives at the information booths are always
ready to help.
- Air Canada
- Arizona Express
- Great Lakes
- United / TED
- US Airways
Meet and Greet Areas:
Entrance to baggage claim,
- Aloha Airline
- Midwest Airlines
- Sun Country
Meet and Greet Areas:
Base of escalators
- America West Airlines
- America West Express
- Mesa Airlines
- British Airways
- Hawaiian Airlines
Meet and Greet Areas:
Base of East & West escalators
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