Mountain Shadows

Paradise Valley, Arizona

5445 East Lincoln Drive
Paradise Valley, Arizona 85253
United States
At A Glance
L.V.X.
Opened 2017
Guest Rooms 217
Suites 25
Check in 12:00 PM
Check out 12:00 PM
Smoking rooms No
Pets allowed Yes
Self parking $10-$21
Valet parking $10-$21
Seasonal Rates: High Low Shoulder
JanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDec
Number of Meeting Rooms 10
Ideal Group Size 150
Max Group Size 300

Fees/Taxes

Resort Fee $34
Room Tax 13.17
Sales Tax 8.8

Airport Proximity

Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport
20 min 9 miles (14 km)
Amenities
Business:
Unlimited wireless internet
Complimentary Shuttle
Wedding Services
Concierge
Newspaper upon request
Ballrooms with floor to ceiling glass walls
Recreation:
The Short Course - golf
Camelback Golf Club
TopGolf
Piestewa Peak
Outdoor Swimming Pool
Hiking Camelback Mountain
The Citizens Club - fitness center
Walking and Biking paths
SPA at Sanctuary
PV Mercantile
Nearby:
Sanctuary Camelback Resort & Spa
Camelback Golf Club
Cosanti Originals
Franciscan Renewal Center
Arcosanti - museum
Scottsdale Fashion Square
Barry Goldwater Park
Dining, Food & Beverage
Onsite Dining: Capacity
Hearth '61
0
Classic Eats & Brews
Rusty's at the Short Course
0
American / Cocktails
The Juice Bar at The Citizen's Club
0
Healthy & Fresh Beverages
F&B Averages:
Breakfast Buffet $43.00 Cont. $32.00
Lunch Buffet $50.00 Plated $42.00
Dinner Buffet $100.00 Plated $95.00
Coffee Break N/A
2-Hour Open Bar $65.00
Meeting Space
Largest Meeting Room 4,293 ft²
Indoor Meeting Space 12,835 ft²
Indoor/Outdoor Meeting Space 31,933 ft²
Capacity Chart
Camelback Overlook 4,140 69 x 60 0 0 0 250 500 0 0 0 0
Canyon Boardroom 264 22 x 12 0 0 0 0 0 12 0 0 0
Cholla Boardroom 264 22 x 12 0 0 0 0 0 12 0 0 0
Echo Room 546 26 x 21 13 30 56 40 65 28 26 0 0
Hearth ’61 Restaurant Patio 2,444 80 x 30.6 0 0 0 140 200 0 0 0 0
Mountain Shadows Lawn 4,426 140 x 41 0 0 0 300 750 0 0 0 0
Mountain Shadows Lawn North 2,217 77 x 41 0 0 0 150 500 0 0 0 0
Mountain Shadows Lawn South 2,205 63 x 35 0 0 0 150 500 0 0 0 0
Mountain View Boardroom 513 27 x 19 10 30 60 40 65 22 26 0 0
Paradise Ballroom 4,295 40 x 106 15 288 588 350 600 0 95 0 0
Paradise Ballroom North 2,120 40 x 53 15 144 280 200 300 44 59 0 0
Paradise Ballroom Pre-Function 3,358 N/A 14 0 0 200 350 0 0 0 0
Paradise Ballroom Pre-Function North 1,130 44 x 25 14 0 0 80 100 0 0 0 0
Paradise Ballroom Pre-Function South 2,228 N/A 14 0 0 120 250 0 0 0 0
Paradise Ballroom South 2,174 41 x 53 15 144 280 200 300 55 59 0 0
Paradise Terrace 3,480 54 x 64.6 0 0 0 200 350 0 0 0 0
Rusty's Clubhouse 950 38 X 25 0 0 0 40 70 0 0 0 0
Rusty’s Patio 3,040 76 x 40 0 0 0 120 250 0 0 0 0
The Sunken Living Room East 650 25 x 26 11 0 0 0 40 0 0 0 0
The Sunken Living Room Patio 588 28 x 21 0 0 0 0 60 0 0 0 0
The Sunken Living Room West 1,292 38 x 34 10 0 0 0 60 0 0 0 0
Valley Room 952 24 x 34 15 60 126 70 120 36 35 0 0
Valley Room North 476 28 x 17 15 24 56 30 60 28 26 0 0
Valley Room South 476 28 x 17 15 24 56 30 60 28 26 0 0
News
The Most Beautifully Designed Bar in Each State in America
Posted November 13, 2018
Architetural Digest
The Bar at Hearth ’61 at Mountain Shadows (Paradise Valley, Arizona)

This midcentury-modern-themed resort reopened last year, as did the Bar at Hearth ’61, riffing on its 1959 roots. Patrons are treated to floor-to-ceiling windows and a very chic suspended fireplace, not to mention open-slat bucket chairs with pretty blue cushions.
The Hottest Hotel Pools to Cool Down In This Summer
Posted June 1, 2018
Vogue Magazine
Mountain Shadows, Paradise Valley, Arizona

Once a desert playground for Burt Reynolds and the Rat Pack, the Phoenix region’s Mountain Shadows Resort was recently rebuilt from the ground up. Among the property’s movie star-worthy niceties are two 75-foot long pools, which are connected by an over-water walkway and flanked by eight cabanas and an organic juice bar.
The 10 Best Dishes of 2017
Posted December 19, 2017
Phoenix New Times
Short rib agnolotti at Hearth ‘61

The original Mountain Shadows Resort – once a glam midcentury playground tucked on the north side of Camelback Mountain – may be gone, but a sparkling rebuild has given the old property new life. With its resurrection comes a sophisticated new resort restaurant, Hearth ‘61, which boasts an impressive concentration of kitchen talent, including includes executive chef Charles Wiley (previously of Hotel Valley Ho’s Café ZuZu) and chef de cuisine Alfred Muro. On the menu: a breathtakingly rich short rib dish that stands out in the sea of short rib dishes on Valley menus. Imagine the tenderest, most delectable pot roast packed into buttery pillows of agnoletti pasta, and topped with a melty dollop of horseradish crème fraîche. It’s a dish so purely indulgent, you can almost skip dessert.