Guest Rooms 217
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
Number of Meeting Rooms 10
Ideal Group Size 150
Max Group Size 300
Resort Fee $34
Room Tax 13.17
Sales Tax 8.8
Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport
20 min 9 miles (14 km)
Your meetings and events will never feel the same after experiencing this rare setting. Glass walls create a sense of openness and feature gorgeous views that can’t be seen from any other venue. Our vibrant ballrooms, with high ceilings and natural light, are ideal for get-togethers of any size. Our boardrooms feature state-of-the-art technology, comfortable seating and movable walls, elevating any meeting or event experience. The exquisite outdoor space, with our lush Mountain Shadows lawn, awe-inspiring Camelback Overlook and oversized pre-function patios, transports attendees into another world.
Choose from 12,500 square feet of bright indoor space and 25,000 square feet of scenic outdoor space, accommodating events for up to 500 people. Once your event concludes, relax in our bright, modern guestrooms, featuring one presidential suite, where no detail is overlooked. Every deluxe room includes plush bedding, hardwood floors, curated local art, air conditioning, bar cart and floor-to-ceiling windows. Enjoy delectable cuisine from renowned Chef Charles Wiley at Hearth ‘61, take in the epic mountain sights on The Short Course, or refresh with a swim at The Citizens Club.
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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.
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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.
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Posted December 19, 2017
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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.