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Camelback Inn Resort & Spa Scottsdale Epitomizes Southwest Hospitality

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As one of America?s premier hospitality hotbeds, the city of Scottsdale hosts as many as 4.5 million overnight U.S. visitors in a given year with as many as 3.1 million of those visitor nights spent in area hotels according to a Scottsdale Visitor Statistics Tourism Study published in January 2018. Not surprisingly, the region is replete with luxury resorts all vying for those tourism dollars and an array of impressive accommodation options certainly abound. However, there?s one property in particular with a preeminent pedigree that?s forged its own formidable place in the city?s history: the JW Marriott Camelback Inn Resort & Spa.
Since its opening way back in 1936, this legendary AAA Four Diamond resort has cultivated a reputation for being one of the finest vacation spots in the U.S.?a distinction realized by impressing one patron at a time for decades on end. Camelback was reportedly a favorite of John Willard Marriott and his wife Alice, who frequently vacationed there prior to the Marriott family?s acquisition of the resort in the 1960?s. Today, the family still chooses to spend time at the Inn during various seasons and for special events, such as the annual celebration of Mr. Marriott?s birthday. Even in its early years Camelback Inn stood apart from the pack, attracting U.S. Presidents like John F. Kennedy and Hollywood A-Listers like Clark Gable, Bette Davis and Jimmy Stewart (among others) who came to stay, play and revel in...
Source: thetoptier