The Clarendon Hotel and Spa MIDTOWN PHX

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Set in the Midtown district of metro Phoenix, we’re located in a culturally diverse and vibrant community with a myriad of dining options, arts activities and family friendly fun.

Phoenix offers a wide variety of outdoor fun and receives the most sunshine of any major city on Earth! Enjoy a hike at one of many nearby mountains or play a round of golf at one of Phoenix’s top-rated courses. Find adventure on Central Avenue or at one of our world-class museums. Memories are sure to be made during several annual Phoenix events including PRIDE, AZ State Fair, Cactus League Spring Training, Fiesta Bowl, NASCAR, Barrett-Jackson, the Waste Management Phoenix Open, and many more!

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Things to do

Chase Field with rooftop open
Chase Field
Cheer on the Arizona Diamondbacks MLB baseball team in their retractable roof stadium with air conditioning in the summer! Eat and drink before or after the game at several choices within 2 blocks of the stadium.
Phoenix CityScape ice skaters
CityScape
2 blocks of restaurants, bars, retail and entertainment venues in Downtown.
Botanical Garden cacti
Desert Botanical Garden
A 55-acre show of vibrant desert plants. Featuring thousands of species of cactus, trees and flowers from around the world.
Downtown Phoenix aerial
Downtown
Historians and hipsters. All are welcomed at the many relaxed, unpretentious options of bars, restaurants and entertainment venues.
Heard Museum exterior
Heard Museum
A showcase of Native American culture located off Central Ave with exhibits devoted to Native American civilizations.
Phoenix's Melrose District signage
Melrose District
Also known as Phoenix’s 7th Ave “gayborhood”, welcoming all to its LGBTQ-friendly bar, restaurants, shops and more.
Central Avenue aerial
Central Avenue
Hop on the Metro Light Rail and head north towards uptown or south towards Downtown, taking you to a multitude of destinations along the way.
Camelback Mountain
Camelback Mountain
With the hump and head of a kneeling camel, this mountains name is derived from its shape. A Phoenix icon and popular hiking spot, this is a must for first time visitors.
Phoenix Art Museum exterior signage
Phoenix Art Museum
The Southwest’s largest art museum featuring 285,000 square feet of world -class art exhibits, located off Central Avenue.