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Phoenix, AZ Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 139
Total Sleeping Rooms 23,022
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 1,000
Committable Meeting Rooms* 125
Convention Center Space 900,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Exhibit Space 612,500 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 123,500 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $124
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $59
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $179
*Maximum for a single hotel

Phoenix, AZ Things to Do and Attractions

Arizona Biltmore Golf Club

Located in the heart of Phoenix at the internationally renowned Arizona Biltmore Resort & Spa, this championship golf club provides two 18-hole PGA golf courses the Links and the Adobe. Golfers also enjoy a championship 18-hole putting course that

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Cave Creek Golf Club

The most popular municipal golf course in Phoenix, Cave Creek Golf Club sees roughly 100,000 rounds played on its greens each year. The traditional 18-hole course offers a challenging experience for both beginners and experienced pros. The course

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Copper Square

Copper Square is the flagship of Phoenix's ambitious commitment to the city's continued growth and revitalization. It is the name given to a 90-block core of downtown Phoenix, stretching from 7th Street to 3rd Avenue and from Harrison Street to

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Heard Museum

Opened in 1929, the Heard Museum in Phoenix has built one of the world's finest collections of traditional and contemporary Native American arts and crafts. Instead of simply showcasing exquisite objects on a shelf, the Heard presents the voices and

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Phoenix Art Museum

Following a stunning $50 million expansion in 2006, the highly acclaimed Phoenix Art Museum is better than ever and a perfect reflection of its slogan, "Cool art, in a cool place." Over 17,000 works of art including pieces by Monet, Picasso, Frida

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Arizona Theatre Company

Nationally recognized Arizona Theatre Company is the state's professional resident theatre. For the past 40 years, it has performed full seasons in both Phoenix and Tucson and now performs in downtown Phoenix's new Herberger Theatre Center and

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ASU Gammage Theater

An evening at Arizona State University's landmark Gammage Theater in nearby Tempe combines a thrilling live theater performance with the opportunity to experience a venue designed by legendary architect Frank Lloyd Wright. One of his last designs,

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Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre

Just 15 miles east of Phoenix, the much-acclaimed Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre in Mesa, Arizona, presents full-length Broadway musicals combined with a delicious gourmet buffet meal. With seating for 500 people, the professional theatre pulls out all

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Castles N' Coasters Amusement Park

Phoenix is the site of Arizona's biggest and best amusement park with screaming-high roller coasters and wet 'n wild water rides. There are plenty of family and pint-sized rides. The park also has four world-class miniature golf courses with lush

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Four Peaks Hummer Tour

Go off-roading in style on the Four Peaks Hummer Tour by Phoenix Tours. The Hummer seats up to 11 passengers and delivers a smooth ride over the challenging terrain of the magnificent Sonoran Desert. In the shadow of Superstition Mountains, riders

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Grand Canyon and Navajo Reservation Tour

One of the most popular tourist attractions in the world with nearly five million visitors annually, the Grand Canyon is the highlight of this 11-hour tour departing from Phoenix. Participants will travel 145 miles north through the Sonoran Desert in

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Phoenix Symphony

Arizona's only full-time professional orchestra, the beloved Phoenix Symphony performs hundreds of concerts for more than 300,000 people annually from all over the Valley of the Sun and beyond. The symphony is a resident company at downtown's

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Phoenix/Scottsdale Tour

This four-hour guided tour begins in downtown Phoenix where participants will see Chase Field, the home of the Arizona Diamondbacks Major League Baseball team, and US Airways Arena, home of NBA's Phoenix Suns. The tour visits Phoenix's past at

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Sedona Getaway Tour

This all-day tour chariots visitors by luxury coach to the famous Red Rock country of Sedona in northern Arizona with stops including Montezuma's Castle, a well-preserved ancient Indian cliff dwelling. Once at the mile-high community of Sedona,

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The Comedy Spot Comedy Club

With locations in Old Town Scottsdale and Phoenix's Desert Ridge Marketplace, the Comedy Spot Comedy Club attracts a loyal following. Both clubs feature national headliners such as Dave Thurston, Aries Spears and Ron Morey, fresh from appearances in

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Whiskey River Saloon

Guests don't have to wear a 10-gallon hat to have fun at this beloved cowboy bar. The crowd is friendly, the drinks are inexpensive and there is always something exciting happening. Visitors can come on down Sunday night to learn how to dance the

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Barrio Cafe

Named Best Mexican Restaurant by Arizona Republic newspaper, Barrio Cafe is one of the hottest and most inventive restaurants in Phoenix. Trained chef Silvana Salcido Esparza concocts imaginative dishes that send taste buds on a tour of Mexican

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Vincent's on Camelback

A top-rated Phoenix favorite for over twenty years, Vincent's on Camelback is Chef Vincent Guerithault's tribute to classic French recipes with a surprising infusion of Southwestern ingredients. Food critics call the menu "intriguing and inspiring."

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Arizona Science Center

With a state-of-the-art planetarium, a five-story IMAX theater and 350 interactive exhibits, the Arizona Science Center is packed with fun and discoveries for children of all ages. Sell-out crowds are the norm for the spectacular IMAX theater that

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Phoenix Zoo

Voted one of the country's top 5 zoos for children, the Phoenix Zoo's natural habitats are home to over 1,200 animals from 200 species. Visitors enjoy wildlife from around the world from African lions, tigers and giraffes to American bears, wolves,

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Valley Youth Theatre

Named by The Arizona Republic as one of the Top Ten Places for your Child to Pretend, Phoenix's award-winning Valley Youth Theatre produces hit Broadway musicals and plays, starring their resident company of young people ages 7-19. Alumni performers

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Hot Air Expeditions

Recognized by travel guides as the "best balloon flight in Phoenix" for the past nine years, Hot Air Expeditions provides a birds-eye view of the Sonoran Desert from 400 feet above the ground. The balloons fly high enough for spectacular 360-degree

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Pleasant Harbor Marina

Surrounded by starkly beautiful desert terrain, Lake Pleasant in Peoria is just 45 minutes from downtown Phoenix. Water lovers can rent a 25-foot-long pontoon boat or a 21-foot-long sport boat with optional skis, kneeboards and wakeboards at the

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Ponderosa Stables and South Mountain Stables

Guided trail rides give city slickers unforgettable from-the-saddle views of the magnificent Sonoran Desert scenery of South Mountain Park, the largest municipal park in North America. An Arizona tourist attraction second only to the Grand Canyon,

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