Hotel deals in Phoenix and Tucson for a spring break staycation

Hotel deals in Phoenix and Tucson for a spring break staycation

(Instagram Photo/Hotel Adeline)

By Teresa K. Traverse

February 14, 2024

Spring is easily one of Arizona’s busiest times. With MLB’s Spring Training and the Waste Management Open mere weeks apart, it’s a huge time in metro Phoenix for sports fans. But with the (mostly) ideal weather, it’s also a great time to head outdoors in both Phoenix and Tucson. Plus, both cities are teeming with festivals and events that make Arizona a great place to visit during the spring for locals and out-of-towners alike.

If you’re looking to overnight in either city or take a spring break staycation, here are some hotels in both cities offering deals. Happy spring travels!


The Camby

2401 E. Camelback Road in central Phoenix

Located in the heart of central Phoenix, The Camby is a modern hotel with cool desert vibes. Think pictures of cacti with pink neon lighting on the walls and other colorful, contemporary art throughout the property. The hip vibe extends to the contemporary rooms that even have shiny copper-colored ceilings above the beds. Top amenities include a rooftop pool, it’s on-site New American restaurant called Artizen, and a craft cocktail bar called The Bee’s Knees. The hotel is also within walking distance of the Biltmore Fashion Park and Esplanade, both of which house numerous shops and restaurants.

The deal: Arizona residents can receive up to 20% off their stay. Learn more about this deal here.

Don’t miss: The bar and restaurant at this hotel is stellar. Try the bar’s signature Bee’s Knees craft cocktail.

Hotel deals in Phoenix and Tucson for a spring break staycation
Photo courtesy of The Camby via Instagram

Found: Re Phoenix Hotel

1100 N. Central Ave in downtown Phoenix

The Found: Re is an arts-centric hotel in downtown Phoenix. The fun starts when you walk in the door. Expect to see a striking “Burtney” creation—a wall panel depicting a mostly nude Burt Reynolds from his infamous magazine spread with blonde hair that resembles the mane of Britney Spears hanging behind the check-in desk. It’s quite the site. Just off the lobby is an art gallery featuring rotating art shows. The 104 guest rooms are contemporary and outfitted with plush beds and local art (naturally) on the wall. Pets are welcome free of charge. If you can swing the cost, the suites feature open-air balconies that serve up prime views of downtown Phoenix.

The deal: Arizona residents receive 10% off the hotel’s best available rates provided they show ID. This is part of Found:Re’s Local Love package. The hotel is also offering a special spring training package and even an astrology package that comes with a made-to-order book detailing the guest’s unique astrological birth chart.

Don’t miss: All of the art featured in the hotel is available for purchase.

Hotel deals in Phoenix and Tucson for a spring break staycation
Photo courtesy of Found: Re Phoenix via Instagram

Hotel Adeline

5101 N. Scottsdale Road in Scottsdale

Hotel Adeline is a contemporary hotel in Scottsdale. Like many hotels in metro Phoenix, the centerpiece here is the 3,000-square-foot, zero-edge outdoor pool outfitted with private cabanas. This hotel hosts Liquid Sunshine pool parties with a live DJ on the weekends from March through September. Many of the 213 guest rooms feature views of this lively pool. The hotel also features a restaurant called Selfmade that offers indoor and outdoor dining.

The deal: Hotel Adeline is offering 15% off a weekend stay. Learn more about this deal in the link.

Don’t miss: Hotel Adeline is home to a stellar speakeasy called Straight Up that’s just off the lobby.

Renaissance Phoenix Glendale Hotel & Spa

9495 W. Entertainment Blvd. in Glendale

Located nearby State Farm Stadium and the Desert Diamond Arena (maybe you’re in town for a concert?), the Renaissance Phoenix Glendale Hotel & Spa is an 11 story hotel that overlooks the stadium. If you’re heading to any West Valley destination, this would be an ideal place to stay. This hotel is also mere steps from Westgate, which has plenty of shops and restaurants. Rooms are modern and outfitted with comfortable beds, deep tubs, and glass showers. The property features 324 guest rooms and suites, a spa, and an on-site restaurant, Desert Sage Restaurant & Bar.

The deal: The hotel’s savings in the city (get it?) package offers bookers up to a 10% discount on stays from now through May 31. The hotel is also being renovated and hopes to finish this year.

Don’t miss: The newly renovated rooms are already getting rave reviews (especially the giant bath tubs!).

Hotel deals in Phoenix and Tucson for a spring break staycation
Photo courtesy of Renaissance Phoenix Glendale Hotel & Spa via Instagram

Hilton Phoenix Resort at the Peak

7677 N. 16th Street in central Phoenix

Central Phoenix’s Hilton Phoenix Resort at the Peak is a family-friendly all-suite resort. Families will delight in spacious suites and can have some fun at the on-site water park dubbed River Ranch. Suites feature separate bedroom and living areas, which is ideal for larger groups traveling together. The four-acre River Ranch Water Park features a lazy river, waterslide, cabanas, and other water features that kids will enjoy. Admission to the water park is included in the rate. The resort also features two restaurants and a spa.

The deal: This Hilton resort offers Arizona residents 20% off. Proof of residence is required. Read more about this deal here.

Don’t miss: The lazy river is a crowd-pleaser. If you want to float the day away without booking a room, you can pay for a waterpark pass!

Hotel deals in Phoenix and Tucson for a spring break staycation
Photo courtesy of Hilton Phoenix Resort at the Peak via Instagram.

The Graduate Tucson

930 E. 2nd Street in Tucson

The Graduate Tucson is just a short walk from the campus of the University of Arizona, making it an ideal spot for parents visiting their kids enrolled at the college. This hotel is part of a large chain of hotels that are, you guessed it, all near colleges. Most rooms here feature views of the area, comfortable beds, toiletries from Malin + Goetz, and Southwestern flair, like pictures of the region’s stunning landscape. The hotel also offers complimentary bikes for its guests.

The deal: The hotel’s Early Bird Special gives guests up to 20% off their room rates provided they book three days in advance or sooner. Read more about the hotel’s deals in the link.

Don’t miss: Located on the 14th floor of this property, The Moonstone is the hotel’s rooftop bar and restaurant. As of press time, you can use the code BREW to get a room upgrade and $25 credit to this restaurant.

Hotel deals in Phoenix and Tucson for a spring break staycation
Photo courtesy of David Mitchell Photography.

Hotel McCoy

720 W. Silverlake Road in Tucson

Tucson’s Hotel McCoy bills itself as a mid-century arts hotel that showcases local goods. The gallery in the lobby is filled with art created by Arizona artists, the wine and coffee at the bar are made in Tucson, and the rooms are also adorned with local art. Guest rooms also are generously sized and feature airy elements like wood beams, blue ceilings, and floors that resemble real wood. One of the hotel’s top amenities is its heated outdoor saltwater pool.

The deal: As of press time, Hotel McCoy has four deals going on. Use promo code “stay” to receive 15% off stays of three days or longer. Use the promo code “earlybird” to receive 15% off stays if you book 30 days or more in advance.

Don’t miss: The exterior murals are a highlight for many guests. Get ready for some quality Instagram content!

Hotel deals in Phoenix and Tucson for a spring break staycation
Photo courtesy of Hotel McCoy via Instagram.

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  • Teresa K. Traverse

    Teresa K. Traverse is a Phoenix, Arizona-based writer and editor. Her work also has appeared in national print outlets including Weight Watchers, Bust and Parenting magazines and on sites like Tripadvisor, Wine Enthusiast, SFGate, Brides, Rachael Ray Every Day, Bustle, Racked,, WeddingWire, Refinery29, The Daily Meal,, USA Today and Fast Company. She's the managing editor of Sedona Monthly. In her spare time, she loves hiking, reading magazines and spending quality time with her long-haired Chihuahua, Rocket. Visit to check out more of her work.

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