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Hyatt has recently opened their new Andaz Scottsdale Resort & Spa, and to kick things off they hosted an opening party last night to celebrate the new property which is in full swing. For those looking to stay here using Gold Passport points, as a Category 5 property, it will run 20,000 points per night or with Points + Cash at 10,000 points + $125 per night.
The property is located on roughly 23 acres in the heart of Scottsdale, offering views of Camelback Mountain and nice grounds. The Andaz has several buildings and bungalows all single story spread out across the property.
Below are some pictures from the opening party and of the Andaz Scottsdale:
Opening remarks from the developers
Open kitchen in full swing for the event
Delicious appetizers being served throughout
Mexican style cornbread with salsa
Reception area featuring iPad check-ins, similar to other Andaz properties
Trout with red pepper sauce and roasted cauliflower
Churro dessert bar with several toppings
Living room in the hotel’s two bedroom suite
Master bathroom with double vanity
One cool feature of the bungalow is the outdoor shower
Private fire pit area off the 2 bedroom suite
Grounds and bungalows
Gym features TechnoGym equipment
Overall the Andaz Scottsdale Resort & Spa is a welcome addition to Scottsdale, and offers great amenities throughout the property. Well done to both Hyatt and the developers for this new resort as well as a great opening party!
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