Scottsdale, Arizona

Discover seven Inspirato homes in Scottsdale, all located within The Rocks Luxury Residence Club, an upscale resort community nestled in the foothills of the McDowell Mountains. Each of these three- or four-bedroom standalone homes—including Mickelson, Hogan, O'Meara, and Sonora—come with custom furnishings, their own hot tub/plunge pool, and ample outdoor space for soaking up the Arizona sun. The iconic Arizona Biltmore offers seven pools, a luxurious spa, and access to the Phoenix Mountain Preserve.

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A Golfer’s Desert Oasis

This sun-soaked city in the Sonoran desert is a world-renowned golfer’s paradise—more than 200 courses add splashes of verdant green to the arid landscape. Situated just north of Phoenix, Scottsdale’s boutiques, restaurants, and spas make for a worthy winter escape whether you play or golf not. Other attractions include miles of hiking trails that wind through the striking desert landscape and a historic downtown lined with galleries and restaurants. In recent years, the city’s dining scene has flourished, offering bold flavors that pay homage to the city’s Western roots.

Quick Facts

  • Suggested Airport
    Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX)
  • Average Temperature
    105°F in summer; 68°F in winter
  • Closest big city
    Phoenix
  • Peak season
    Fall to spring
  • Car recommended?
    Yes

Destination Highlights


  • Desert Four-Wheeling

    Take a jeep through the backcountry to experience the desert's saguaro-covered mountains and unique rock formations. The most popular four-wheeling locale is Tonto National Forest.

  • Soothing Spa Day

    With dozens of award-winning spas, Scottsdale is a haven for relaxation and rejuvenation. Unique treatments incorporate Native American traditions and Sonoran Desert botanicals.

  • Taliesin West

    Tour the former home of world-renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright, nestled within the foothills of the McDowell Mountains and considered one of the most personal of all his designs.

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Weather


  • Forecasting Your Scottsdale Vacation

    Scottsdale in the winter, spring, and fall is ideal for golf. In the winter, temperatures climb into the high 60s, so you can tee off (or stroll the shops) while most of the country is freezing. In the summer, earlier tee times help you take advantage of milder temperatures. Scottsdale sees very little precipitation—you’ll hardly ever get rained out.

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Map of Scottsdale

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