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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

Recent Greater Phoenix Area reviews

  • Beautiful property and vacation home!

    "The house was exactly as described and very clean, beautifully decorated and comfortable. The property manager's wife met us and showed us around when we arrived and the manager met us when we left. Both were friendly, knowledgeable and checked in with us during the week. This house is off a main freeway and close to everything...perfect for a vacation get-away in the sun, and the grapefruit and oranges in the front yard are delicious!"
    Guest: Wisconsin lady Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: May 14, 2014
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  • Great Family Reunion House!

    "We stayed at the Paradise Valley Oasis for a week with extended family and loved it! Location was perfect - within 10-15 minutes of anything you'd need, from gas, restaurants, shopping, attractions - in a gorgeous neighborhood. The pool was perfect and where we spent the majority of our time. The house had plenty of room for people to spread out and entertain themselves (pool table, TVs, quiet places to curl up with a book) and the booking process was quick and easy. All towels (bath and pool) and most paper products were included. They also have two high chairs and pack and plays for you to use - which was huge since we were traveling with a toddler. We ate the majority of our meals at home, and after a stop at Costco (15 minutes away) we had plenty of room to fit everything in the huge refrigerator, freezer and pantry. A few things to note: • Bedrooms/Bathrooms: The master bedroom and bath are lovely, and on the main floor. The rest of the bedrooms are upstairs. The listing does not make it clear, but there are 4 bedrooms upstairs (1 Queen, 1 Queen, 1 Full and one large room with 3 Queen beds) and one full bath. Everyone did fine and rotated showering/getting ready and we are a pretty low key bunch - but that was the one thing they all commented on. • Kitchen: The kitchen is awesome. Tons of storage, utensils, pots/pans, glassware, even chilled glasses in the freezer for beer. There are stoves, warming drawers, a phenomenal and huge griddle, and even a refrigerated drawer for herbs/produce. There were a few things they did not have though which you may want to bring in advance or pick up at Target (15 minutes away): - Good knives. All we found were steak knives. We ended up picking up a serrated and large knife to prep for meals (cut veggies, meat, bread, etc). - Storage containers. Nothing for leftovers. We picked up cling wrap and plastic gallon bags which did the trick. Pool: - It gets hot out there, so the pool was the place to be. Wish they'd also had outdoor umbrellas for people who want to sit outside with us poolside - and to be able to have lunch al fresco. Aside from these small nice-to-haves we have nothing but great things to say and would definitely stay at PVO again! A big thanks to Charlene - who answered any questions or concerns we had promptly and professionally (Guy's assistant as he was out of town) - and couldn't do enough to make sure we were happy."
    Guest: Heather83 Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: October 1, 2014
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  • Great location

    "Our condo was very neat, clean, and had every thing we needed. The owners were very quick to accommodate us with a couple of requests. It is close to everything."
    Guest: Arlene Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: April 13, 2014
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  • Best idea ever

    "This condo was the best thing we ever did while visiting family in Arizona. We enjoyed the roomy condo, the huge pool and the space for our family to relax. We usually stay with relatives but the price was right on this and we thoroughly enjoyed our time here. Thanks, Rob!"
    Guest: Scott B. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 23, 2014
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Scottsdale Travel Tips

Whether you're a fan of cowboy culture, enjoy warm climates and are looking for an exciting adventure in the West, mosey on over to Scottsdale.

This Arizona city is bordered by Phoenix and Paradise Valley to the west, Carefree to the north, Tempe to the south and Fountain Hills to the east. Scottsdale features an arid climate with hot summers and mild winters. If you're traveling from somewhere with frigid winters, come to Scottsdale during the cold months to enjoy some welcoming warmth and sunlight.

Scottsdale is often divided into four areas: South Scottsdale, Shea Corridor, North Scottsdale and Old Town Scottsdale, where you can find many of the area's shops, restaurants, bars, nightclubs and art galleries. The city is a great place to experience a variety of cultural experiences where you can learn about the history of the city, see some unique art and discover more about Scottsdale. It's also a top spot for enjoying the outdoors. There are plenty of opportunities for hiking, rock climbing and other recreational activities.

Things to Do in Scottsdale

- Camelback Mountain: Outdoor enthusiasts will love a trip to Camelback Mountain. Its name comes from its shape, which looks like the head and hump of a kneeling camel. Two hiking trails cover 1,280 feet to the top of the mountain and are perfect for avid hikers looking for an adventure. If you enjoy rock climbing, check out The Praying Monk, a red sandstone formation, located on the northern slope.

- Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art: If you're hoping to see modern works of art during your trip, you'll find it at the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art. It's Arizona's only permanent space dedicated solely to modern art and is located in Old Town. You can wander through five main galleries as well as an outdoor sculpture garden where you'll see pieces from the permanent collection as well as traveling exhibitions.

- McCormick Stillman Railroad Park: The McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park is a 40-acre space featuring a 15" gauge railroad, a Magma Arizona Railroad locomotive, a museum, three model railroad clubs and a 7.5-inch gauge live steam railroad. Paradise & Pacific Railroad is the first and oldest attraction in the park. There's also the Charro Carrousel and playgrounds for the kids.

- Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin West: Architecture lovers and fans of Frank Lloyd Wright won't want to miss a visit to Taliesin West. This place was Wright's winter home from 1937 until he died in 1959. Today it's the main campus for the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture and is home to the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. It's open for public tours, so make sure you stop by.

- Desert Botanical Garden: With such a warm climate, you'll certainly want to spend as much time as you can outside. You can visit the Desert Botanical Garden and enjoy the outdoors following five thematic trails. You'll see thousands of arid-land plants from not only Arizona, but all around the world. The garden also features different events during the year like the butterfly exhibit, the Music in the Garden concert series and Las Noches de las Luminarias.

- Pueblo Grande Museum & Archaeological Park: Step back in time and learn about Native American Hohokam culture. The museum centers around the ruins of a 1,500-year-old Hohokam village. You can explore art, lifestyle and the canal system. Get hands-on with the Explore Archeology exhibit, see workshops, take a tour and experience true Native American culture.

- Rawhide Western Town: Step into the old West with Rawhide Western Town, a Western-themed attraction with an acclaimed steakhouse. Listen to cowboy tunes at Rawhide's Saloon while you challenge other patrons to a game of pool. See live-action stunt shows and shoot outs with the Arizona Roughriders, or enjoy trick roping and fancy riding by Texas Kate.

Shopping and Dining

- Kierland Commons: Kierland Commons was the first lifestyle center in Arizona, and it's centered around a main street with mostly outdoor shopping. It features nearly 75 stores and restaurants, so there's plenty to peruse and something for everyone. Enjoy some window shopping, pick up some souvenirs and enjoy a delicious lunch or a quick snack to refuel.

- Scottsdale Fashion Mall: The Scottsdale Fashion Mall is the largest mall in not only Arizona, but all of the Southwest with around two million square feet of retail space for you to explore. This is the perfect place to do some serious retail therapy. The mall features a variety of store options, from high-end retailers to local, unique shops to suit all of your needs and wants. After shopping 'til you drop, enjoy a fantastic meal at one of the mall's eateries like Kona Grill, Paradise Bakery or Yard House.

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