PHOENIX- Here in the Valley, celebrities have many luxurious and extravagant places to stay.
In the 1950's, the legendary Hotel Valley Ho became a hot spot for Hollywood icons like Bing Crosby and Tony Curtis. Fast forward many decades, today’s Hollywood icons love calling the Presidential Loft Suite home.
“This suite is pushing nearly 2,000 square feet with 600 square feet of patio space. Rates range from $649 a night to $5,000 a night," said Jesse Thompson, area director of sales and marketing of Hotel Valley Ho.
The list of celebrities that have stayed there is three pages long.
“We've had Drake, Katy Perry, John Travolta, Billy Bob Thornton, Burt Reynolds, Jamie Foxx, Hugh Jackman, the list goes on," Thompson said.
Next stop takes us north to Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale at Troon North, more specifically, the Sedona Suite.
“The Sedona Suite offers the utmost in luxurious accommodations in a residential setting, but the best part about the suite is the outdoor features complete with a private plunge pool elevated in the desert and two outdoor garden showers," said Travel Industry Sales Manager Erin Jette.
Guess who's stayed there?
Hint: "You get a room, you get a room, you get a room."
That's right, Oprah Winfrey!
Making our way back down to Paradise Valley to Sanctuary Resort and Spa. This boutique oasis nestled on Camelback Mountain has hosted many celebrities, including Jay-Z & Beyonce who stayed in one of the private estates during their honeymoon.
An estate just like Casa Seven. At a fortune a night, the 6,000 square-foot contemporary home features three beautiful bedrooms and comfortable bathrooms. The great room has a penthouse-feel with towering walls of glass that create a living work of art from the panorama.
Casa Seven is equipped with a sleek and modern kitchen with the best of everything for both inside and outside dining. The master bedroom is perfection and the guest bedrooms are true 2-room suites. There is also a spectacular private movie theater with comfortable, leather stadium style seats. Outside, a spectacular-sharp pool, sundecks and unsurpassed view await.
Next up is the Omni's Montelucia Resort and Spa. The breathtaking grounds also attract high-profile guests. One in particular, President Barack Obama, who loved staying in the Andalusian Presidential Suite.
Starting at $5,000 a night, guests enter at the grand marble entryway and enjoy luxurious amenities that include expansive living areas, two palatial bedrooms, three beds, two full bathrooms and a private office. Enjoy uninhibited views of Camelback Mountain from the private pool and spa or from a selection of spacious outdoor seating and patio areas. This spacious suite totals 2,800 square feet.
It’s clear, the rich and fabulous like to live large at home and away, and find Arizona just as beautiful as us locals do!
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