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It’s hard to go wrong at The Phoenician with each room’s private patio looking out onto a spectacular view; but for the best room, aim for a higher level. With nearly one whole wall made up of glass doors, the biggest feature of each room at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Scottsdale hotel is the stunning landscape of the Sonoran Desert. You can request a pool, golf or garden view — but for more of a vista, you’ll want to be on the third floor or higher. For a hyper-luxurious experience, book a suite. These oversized rooms are filled with high-end luxury furniture and expansive private patios. If you’re traveling with a family, consider booking one of the casitas. Besides a spacious room at The Phoenician, you can also stay in one- and two-bedroom suites — all of which look out onto a green lawn with the resort’s Necklace Lake in the background. These private spaces are almost like a resort within a resort and offer a perfect space for the kids to play.