Located in South Scottsdale, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Big Surf, Desert Botanical Garden, and Scottsdale Stadium. Scottsdale Healthcare Osborn Medical ...
Located in Downtown Phoenix, this golf motel is within a 10-minute walk of The Van Buren, Arizona Federal Theatre, and Arizona State University - Downtown Phoenix. ...
Located in South Scottsdale, this motel is steps from Scottsdale Fashion Square and Old Town. Scottsdale Waterfront and Scottsdale Stadium are also within 2 ...
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Stewardess didn't bother to ask me if I wanted to buy anything to eat. Cookies & tea were good.
|Number of Daily Flights||7|
|Earliest Flight Departure Date||Jul 16|
|Latest Flight Departure Date||Jul 17|
|Popular Airlines||American Airlines|
Business and leisure visitors flying from St. Louis to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) may not be in the air for long, but the change in environment will be quite a contrast. Luckily, there are a number of things to do near the airport after you pick up your rental car. With the airport just a short distance from the Phoenix Zoo and the massive Arizona Mills Mall, you could be enjoying yourself in just minutes.
Golfers will love having their own transportation in Phoenix; Encanto Park and Recreation Area features two courses in addition to a number of other recreation facilities, and an amusement park for the kids. Papagao Park is also home to a popular course and the Hole-in-the-Rock landmark.
Sports enthusiasts will also enjoy the proximity to the America West Arena, which is home to the Arizona Sandsharks, Phoenix Mercury, Arizona Rattlers, Phoenix Coyotes and the Phoenix Suns. The venue also hosts concert events, so visitors can check the calendar online to find out when their favorite band is playing.
It takes about three hours to fly from Lambert–St. Louis International Airport (STL) to Phoenix. After the flight, you can give your body and mind some exercise by checking out a local attraction.
The Mystery Castle is easily accessible for people with their own transportation. This unique landmark was built with sand and stone by one man, and exhibits a mix of Southwest charm and mystical beauty.