Welcome to Paradise! A charming enclave of luxury nestled between Phoenix and Scottsdale, Paradise Valley has much to offer within its 16-mile span. Among the offerings you will find 11 luxurious resorts that attract even the most discerning of world-travelers. The impressive collection includes the historic Camelback Inn, The Omni Montelucia, which is known for its heavenly Joya Spa, where you can immerse yourself in an unforgettable day of relaxation. The Ritz-Carlton will soon be a noteworthy addition to the roster with it's newest resort/luxury residence concept, currently under construction in the area.
The Sanctuary on Camelback may be the most renowned resort property, a breathtaking 53-acre oasis with panoramic mountain views make it a popular destination wedding spot. No wedding plans? The legendary Jade Bar, where you can sometimes find live music, often take in dramatic sunsets, and always enjoy craft cocktails, is there to serve you as you relax and unwind soaking in the paradise of Paradise Valley.
The phenomenal year-round climate that boasts an average of almost 300 sunny days each year is perfect for the wide selection of outdoor activities that can be enjoyed by visitors and residents of all levels of fitness. Camelback Mountain doesn’t merely provide a dramatic backdrop for the area’s homes and businesses, it’s also an incredible hiking destination that includes over five miles of trails as well as the iconic 100-foot high sandstone formation known as The Praying Monk that provides a challenging climb for those seeking adventure.
Golf enthusiasts will revel in the choices of beautiful courses, including Paradise Valley Country Club, which has been recently renovated by Coore-Crenshaw, designers of some of the most prestigious courses in the country.
Not to be overlooked is the wealth of choices for high-end shopping, the most popular being Biltmore Fashion Park, an open-air mall featuring Brooks Brothers, Ralph Lauren, and Saks Fifth Avenue. Equally impressive is the selection of gourmet dining spots that will delight even the most discerning of palates. Lon’s at the Hermosa Inn, Steak 44, and the award-winning Elements at The Sanctuary are just a few of the standouts. No matter what type of luxury experience you’re seeking, it can be found in Paradise Valley.
With 72% of properties valued at $1,000,000 or more, Paradise Valley has the distinction of being Arizona’s wealthiest market and is home to some of its most prominent citizens. The current population is approximately 13,000. Many celebrities and politicians choose to call Paradise Valley their home or vacation destination because of the high level of privacy it affords and indulgences that are readily available. The easy access to Scottsdale, Biltmore-area restaurants and downtown Phoenix enhances Paradise Valley's attractiveness.
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