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Splash into our signature water playground complete with 10 pools including a sand beach, 30-foot 3-story high speed waterslide, poolside cabanas, and H2Oasis. If that is not enough, play a game of water volleyball or basketball, or relax in the Grecian-style water temple, a Jacuzzi®-style spa that accommodates 25 people, surrounded by four plunge pools. More than 40 water spouts and 20 fountains spill water down into the pools below. Other highlights include pools for two, a quiet pool for swimmers and the adult-only pool featuring a cascade waterfall, gently flowing water over a 30-foot wide, three-level fall, as well as the poolside Grotto bar.
For kids, families and adults, we provide many activities that connect to our destination. Seasonally and during holidays, activities such as s’mores around the campfire, Native American beadwork display, mixology classes, and guacamole-making are just some of the programs hosted by the resort. Poolside programming often includes face painting, sand castle building, water balloon toss and more.
Friday Afternoons at Hyatt
Join us every Friday in Fountain Court for Experiential Offering’s “Arizona Birds of Prey Take Flight.” From 4:00 to 5:00 p,m., Liberty Wildlife’s education team presents its rescued winged warriors. Pictures and selfies with each are welcome and encouraged! At 5:00 p.m., Native American dancers then take you on a cultural journey to the First Nations of Arizona and North America through music and dance—even more opportunities to experience and document the unique culture of Arizona. For more information please call 480-444-1234 Ext 5700. Seasonally Scheduled
Amidst cascading fountains and glowing fireplaces, you are invited to experience the indoor-outdoor allure of Center Stage Bar—come and enjoy live music in the center of it all. From southern harmony, edgy folk to acoustic soul, pop, jazz and more, these artists push their creative boundaries to give guests and locals an evening of music like no other in the Valley. There is no better spot to relax overlooking the spectacular McDowell Mountains with your favorite cocktail while listening to some of the Valley’s top musical artists every weekend.
Holiday Brunches & Resort Events
Throughout the year, we celebrate the holidays with special brunches, family activities and “social share-worthy” moments. Memories are made during these events, whether it is your first year with us, or an annual family tradition. We are also committed to sharing our food and beverage events, such as winemaker dinners featuring premiere vineyards and Hyatt Untapped, musical evenings that highlight new and upcoming artists in our local community. Please use the link below to learn about the current events that are planned at the resort. We hope that you will join us!
Rock Climbing Wall, Putting Green & Fun Zone
Take your adventures to new heights! Our 28-foot climbing wall is the perfect complement to the many hotel activities available for the entire family to enjoy. You can choose from two different climbing options: $8 for two climbs or $15 for unlimited climbing throughout the day. Come play a game of giant Jenga®, giant Chess, giant Connect Four®, practice your putting skills in our backyard, or grab a club and balls and head to our putting green! For equipment, visit the Towel Bar, or you are welcome to use your own.
Whether you’re new to the game or play on a regular basis, players of all skill levels will enjoy the tennis facilities at Hyatt Regency Scottsdale. For those looking for casual play, we offer four courts, lit for night play, and complimentary court time for resort guests. Please contact Joshua Cooperman at 480-335-6263 or firstname.lastname@example.org, for reservations and additional information.
Spa Avania & Fitness Classes
Reflecting balance and harmony, Spa Avania provides a total immersion experience based on the five spa elements deemed most essential to the body’s changing rhythms and needs. Guests enjoy this secluded setting featuring a Himalayan Salt Room with anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. The beauty of the spa’s signature French Celtic Mineral Pool and lotus pond overlook the grandeur of Camelback Mountain. Cross Training and TRX Suspension small group/individual exercise will leave you feeling refreshed and fire up your metabolism for the rest of the day. Space is limited; please call 480-483-5556 or Spa Avania at 480-483-5558 to book your reservation.
Play one of the top rated golf courses in the southwest, exclusively available to private club members and the guests of our resort. Surrounded by incredible scenery, Gainey Ranch Golf Club offers an exciting year-round challenge for golfers of any skill level. Each of the three distinct nine-hole courses, designed by Benz and Poellot, offers a different experience for players. For more information and tee times, please call our Golf Concierge at 480-444-1234 Ext 5700.
Our McDowell Sonoran Mountain Preserve Hiking Shuttle departs the resort Monday through Saturday at 8:45 a.m. and returns to the Sonoran Preserve for pick up at 11:45 a.m. Arrangements can be made with our Concierge. Wear comfortable clothing and shoes, preferably hiking boots or closed-toed shoes. Seasonally Scheduled
Hot Air Balloon Rides
Take your sightseeing adventures to new heights – literally. Get a birds-eye-view of the Sonoran Desert in an extraordinary way. Listen to the whoosh of propane as the balloon goes higher. Float above the spectacular landscape. See if you can spot wildlife from high above.
Desert 4x4 / Hummer Tours
Explore the Sonoran Desert in a 4x4, cruising along dirt roads, spotting birds, cacti, and other wildlife along the way. Enjoy the ride to the desert, approximately 40 minutes away, and listen as your guide explains the history and geology of the area. Tours last four hours each, and are available seven days a week. Guests will be picked up at the resort. Wear comfortable clothing, a hat, and closed toed shoes. Car seats are required for infants and toddlers.
Biking Adventures in the Desert
Whether you are a beginner or an expert, Scottsdale offers incredible biking opportunities. Take a road bike out on the pavement for an exhilarating ride and soak up the fabulous Scottsdale weather. Stop and enjoy bottled water and a light snack, provided by guides. Cyclists will be picked up at the resort at 5:00 a.m., seven days a week with confirmed reservations. Wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes. A two person tour minimum is required and children must be a minimum of eight years old.
Old Town Scottsdale / Art Walk
This 40 year old tradition, opens its doors to the public and shows off the works of the Southwest’s outstanding artists. Every Thursday evening from 7pm to 9pm, ArtWalks are free and located along Main Street from Scottsdale Rd. west to Goldwater Blvd. and on Marshall Way north of Indian School Rd. to Fifth Ave.
Scottsdale Fashion Square
Look no further than the Southwest’s premiere shopping, dining and entertainment address. Scottsdale Fashion Square. Visit over 225 retail stores and eateries. Take advantage of our complimentary 14-passenger shuttle to ensure a stress-free day of shopping. Monday through Saturday.
A long-standing tradition since 1947, Scottsdale welcomes devoted fans nationwide during Spring Training. Scottsdale is home to the San Francisco Giants, Colorado Rockies and Arizona Diamondbacks. The San Francisco Giants play in the heart of Old Town Scottsdale at Scottsdale Stadium. A short drive north, the Colorado Rockies and Arizona Diamondbacks play at the Salt River Fields at Talking Stick.
Sedona has beckoned artists and naturalists for centuries. Its picturesque beauty and imposing red rocks make for wonderful photo opportunities and outdoor activities. Journey up a mesa to catch a glimpse of an ancient Native American Ruins. Select a painting from one of the town’s numerous art galleries. Feel the power of a red rock vortex. Break out of your routine and try rattlesnake or prickly pear cactus fries at a local restaurant. Hop in a pink jeep and hang on as your guide points out historical and environmental landmarks. Throw on your swimsuit and cool off at Slide Rock.
There’s a reason why more than five million people sojourn to the Grand Canyon each year. The ever-changing colors, vastness and flora and fauna are awe-inspiring. Comprised of the South and North Rims and the Inner Canyon, tourists will leave with this wondrous feat of nature indelibly printed in their memories. Tour the canyon on a sure-footed mule. White water raft the turbulent waters of the Colorado River rapids. Hike the Bright Angel Trail. Linger over brunch at El Tovar, boasting spectacular views.