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Chandler could land an Arizona exclusive — a Renaissance Club Sport, hotel giant Marriott International’s newest concept.
The former Renaissance Scottsdale Resort has a new name, new management and undisclosed plans for the future. The venerable 171-room inn, which straddles the Scottsdale-Paradise Valley border, is tucked behind lush landscaping next to the Scottsdale Borgata shopping center at Scottsdale Road and Rose Lane.
A Marriott Courtyard planned for Falcon Field Airport will be the first hotel built in east Mesa in a generation and the first within the city limits in 10 years.
A new 208-suite Residence Inn by Marriott has opened at the Phoenix campus of the Mayo Clinic.
One East Valley Marriott may be doomed but another is nearly ready to bloom, Marriott International’s chairman said Wednesday.
A report released just last week predicted that Arizona will add nearly 61,000 jobs in 2013.
Lee Murdock plans to swim a few laps at Marriott’s Mountain Shadows Resort pool this morning just as she has on most mornings for the past 38 years.
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan - A suicide bomber detonated a dump truck packed with a ton of explosives outside the Marriott in Pakistan's capital Saturday, setting off a fiery blast that shattered the luxury hotel, killed at least 42 people and wounded hundreds, officials and witnesses said.
With only a partial City Council on hand, Mesa Mayor Scott Smith ultimately pulled an agenda item on a proposed Marriott Springhill Suites Hotel — slated for the “Wrigleyville” area between the news Cubs’ baseball stadium and park at Riverview — from the council’s meeting during its study session Monday night.
Govenor Janet Napolitano gives her International State of the State address to members of the Phoenix Committee on Foreign Relations Tuesday at the Phoenix Airport Marriott.
Gov. Janet Napolitano outlined her efforts Tuesday to encourage exports and foreign investment in the state, saying she is reorganizing the Department of Commerce to focus on international trade and urging the federal government to expand port-of-entry facilities on the Mexican border.
man found dead outside a north Scottsdale hotel in April bled to death internally after bumping into a cactus.
The venerable Camelback Inn Resort & Spa in Paradise Valley is ringing in the New Year with a name change and a notch up in prestige.
The East Valley’s newest Marriott is ready to stamp out smoking and clean the curtains. Like the other 60 Arizona Marriotts and nearly 2,800 in North America, The Buttes in Tempe will become a 100 percent smoke-free hotel within the next couple of months.
While owners of Marriott Mountain Shadows Resort plan to close the hotel portion of the 70-acre property when the contract with Marriott International expires Sept. 3, it likely will reopen as a resort in the future, Paradise Valley officials said Wednesday.
MINNEAPOLIS - The Mayo Clinic's reputation and grateful testimonials from people like the CEO of Marriott hotels have brought it within striking distance of an ambitious five-year goal to raise $1.25 billion.
Marriott Golf recently introduced “Fairways-Fore- FREEdom,” a new military program designed to support the men and women dedicated to protecting America’s freedom.
WOLFEBORO, N.H. — Republican Mitt Romney, the first Mormon presidential nominee of a major political party, sat in the Wolfeboro Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Sunday as, one by one, members of his congregation credited him for bringing the faith more into the public eye.
An international hotelier has hired a Scottsdale city councilwoman and a former mayor of Paradise Valley to work on plans for a Ritz-Carlton resort on a highprofile piece of property straddling the Scottsdale-Paradise Valley border.
February 10, 2005
A new resort on more than 100 acres in Paradise Valley will add substantially to the town’s annual $6 million in revenue from sales and bed taxes, said Town Manager Tom Martinsen.
The venerable 50-year-old Paradise Valley resort Mountain Shadows is back on the market. The 337-room resort at 56th Street and Lincoln Drive has been shuttered since 2005, when Marriott International told then-owner Host Marriott to fix it up or lose the Marriott affiliation.
Marriott International CEO Bill Marriott on Wednesday celebrated his 76th birthday and touted the partially completed $45 million makeover of Camelback Inn, his favorite hotel.
It’s weathered a lengthy recession and even threats of boycotts over Arizona’s controversial immigration legislation, yet the hotel and hospitality trade still remains one of the Grand Canyon State’s benchmark industries.
Mesa is doubtful the long-delayed Gaylord resort will be built after learning the hotel developer is selling its brand to lodging giant Marriott International Inc.