We make it easy for you to find a hotel near Salt River Field. You’ll find the 20 closest hotels to Salt River Field below. Each listing includes the name, address and a short description. For more information on all the nearby hotels, click the link for ‘hotels near Salt River Field to see all the hotels listed by distance or click the individual hotel name to see more details on that specific property.
Salt River Field is the Cactus League training location for two popular teams in the MLB, the Arizona Diamondbacks and Colorado Rockies. The uniqueness of Salt River Field lies in the fact that it’s the first training facility to be located on tribal land. Because the field was built to attract attention from Cactus League teams it boasts some of the best amenities among baseball stadiums, including breathtaking mountain views visible from its 11,000 seats and a shaded seating area on the lawn.
At just .1 miles from Salt River Field, it’s nearly impossible to get any closer to the stadium than Days Inn and Suites Scottsdale North. The 104 rooms are equipped with air-conditioner and internet access (wireless and hard-wired options). A pool, spa and fitness center are available for your use. Television and internet access are available in the lobby if you would like to enjoy some time outside of your room. The business center, fitness center and front desk are available 24/7 so you’ll never find yourself inconvenienced. Best of all, you can view Salt River Fields from the hotel grounds.
The Scottsdale Resort and Athletic Club has something for everyone. In addition to classic guest rooms, the hotel offers one, two and three bedroom suites, villas and presidential villas that boast full-dining rooms and double patios or balconies. The onsite OC7 Restaurant features a variety of options for a variety of palates including Southwestern cuisine, clean eating and modern options like Asian fusion. Tennis courts, fitness classes and an on-site spa make this facility ideal for the health conscious.
Located within easy walking distance of the hotel, the Hampton Inn & Suites Scottsdale Riverwalk features suites, traditional guest rooms and specifically designed accessible rooms for individuals with disabilities. The hotel boasts several free amenities including free breakfast, free high-speed wireless internet and free fitness center use with every room. This hotel is ideal for you if you are planning to bring the kids along to enjoy Cactus League games. Children (yes, anyone under 18) stay completely free of charge as long as they are accompanied by their parents. The WestWorld Equestrian Center and Scottsdale Riverwalk are nearby attractions.
Talking Stick Resort is located just 1.8 miles from Salt River Field. The luxury resort boasts a bevy of services including 24 hour room service, 8 restaurants ranging from casual to fine-dining and a concierge to help you locate everything you could want or need. While at Talking Stick Resort, you can enjoy pampering at the on-site barbershop, spa or salon. A florist, art gallery display and more than 10 lounge bars exist for you to enjoy your time in between Cactus League games. The hotel also has an on-site car rental service if you’d like to take time to see the sites.
For those seeking a 5-star, luxury vacation the Hyatt Regency Scottsdale is a resort that offers more than 25 acres of desert oasis among cacti gardens and mountains. The hotel features just under 500 rooms of various sizes. Few hotels in Arizona boast more amenities than this hotel resort and spa. With a waterpark, car rental on-site, tennis courts and even gondola rides, you will have plenty to do in between Cactus League games. Italian, Japanese and Southwestern restaurants are on-site.
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