The hotel was nice and in a great location. However, though the rooms looked clean, there was this odor on the sheets as though they were washed in some scented detergent.
Couldn't sleep good, choking from the fumes. Still washing the smell out of my clothes that touched the bed.
"One of a kind must stay Indian Reservation resort!"
WOW! Our family of 5 completely enjoyed staying here...even our 17 yo was taken by the serene environment, attention to detail in keeping the Indian themed atmosphere, and all the beauty surrounding the grounds. If you're here during Friday, Saturday, or Sunday and plan to visit Rawhide, you MUST take the boat shuttle. Every staff member we encountered were so helpful and nice. 5 stars to the staff working here, they take pride in what they do. Heated pool kept the kids in the water during our November visit. They had the best time but our stay wasn't long enough to enjoy everything being that our trip was to visit family so our time was divided- kids just wanted to stay at resort. We will be returning to stay here for sure!
Staybridge Suites is a nice hotel needs to make a couple of changes. Our biggest complaint would be whenever the big dryers are going on the first floor, our floor would vibrant continuously until laundry staff was done with all the laundry which usually means 3-4 hours. We were on the third floor and it made my heart rate go up. Also the sofa bed was very uncomfortable to sit on - very lumpy.
My husband really enjoyed breakfast there and we both found the staff to be friendly and helpful.
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Hotel has fantastic beds and room was spotless. Very good location. I would rate it excellent except that when traveling north on Price there is not a way to get into the hotel without a very dangerous u turn at the nest intersection.
Traveller from St Louis, MO
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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.