Stayed May 22 thru May 25. Resort was beautiful, and the staff was very friendly and helpful. The pool was awesome and the pool boys and bartenders were fast and friendly. Resort is close to shopping and the casino. Planning on returning again next year.
Just a fantastic place to stay. The staff is amazing, the rooms are nice, you get free food for breakfast and dinner, the pool is awesome, the location is great...I was expecting a cheap motel or something and I feel like a got the Ritz Carlton. You won't be disappointed with this hotel. I've stayed at a lot of hotels in my life and, for the price, this one is a really good bang for your buck. If you stay at this hotel, say hi to Tony, Erica, Jackie and everybody else...they're great people and they will treat you great.
THE EXTRAS ARE NOT EXTRA AT DRURY HOTELS. ALLRATES INCLUDE FREE HOT FOOD AND COLD BEVERAGESDAILY FROM 530PM-7PM/ FREE HOT …More
No amenities in the room. Placard said that one had to request what was needed and room service (not available) would deliver it. Should have been advised of this at check-in.
At night you have to get out of your car to see the room numbers.
No ice machines.
It is increasingly difficult to find hotels that will let you check in early. We showed up at 10:00 AM (check in is 3) and were let right in. The staff was very pleasant throughout our stay. The hotel was clean and the pool well kept. The only issue was with the room cleaning time. We were staying with a toddler that napped beginning at 2:00. This is not usually a problem as room cleaning is typically earlier in the day. However at this hotel it is much later. We tried on a couple occasions to request a different time and both times they wrote our room number down wrong. Not a big deal. The breakfast is really top notch and a nice service so that you don't have to go out and find something every morning.
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The first locomotive chugged through Phoenix on July 4, 1887; this single event cemented the city’s enduring reign as Arizona’s economic hub. This rich history is on display at the Arizona Railway Museum in Chandler. A different type of economy—casino gambling—is prominent today at nearby Native American tribal lands. The Firebird International Raceway features drag racing and drag-boat racing.