Looking for an upscale home-away-from-home just steps from the best of Scottsdale’s arts district, tasty restaurants, boutiques, wineries, and world-class golf? A vacation rental with resort-style amenities, a full kitchen, a living room and all the comforts of home? Booking at Stay Alfred on North Scottsdale Road puts you a stone’s throw from one of the world’s major art centers, rows of high-end shops, and some of The Phoenix Metropolitan Area’s best nightlife.
Just a quick stroll from Scottsdale’s arts district, Stay Alfred on North Scottsdale Road offers quick access to Old Town’s artsy coffee shop scene, the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, world-class retail shopping at Fashion Square, and happenin’ nightlife a la Scottsdale. After having a blast in downtown Scottsdale, come “home” to a state-of-the-art Stay Alfred travel apartment, a resort-style courtyard with a pool and pergolas, a fireplace with cozy seating, and fancy in-home features like an open floor plan, high ceilings, a gourmet kitchen, granite countertops, a soaking tub and walk-in shower. All that, plus vigilant Stay Alfred guest services you won’t find at typical Scottsdale vacation rentals.
Old Town Scottsdale
The Old Town district home to Scottsdale’s best entertainment, its business sector, and rows of funky boutiques, tasty restaurants, bustling bars, bumpin’ nightclubs, world-class art galleries, and more fun than you could possibly take in during any short stay. So give yourself extra time at Stay Alfred on North Scottsdale Road to enjoy!
Galleries and museums
While just wandering the streets of Old Town is a rewarding experience on its own: the district is home to T.H. Brennen Fine Art Gallery and the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, which has featured major exhibitions from artists such as Lydia Okumura, James Marshall, Paolo Soleri, Squidsoup, and Mel Romanand. If you happen to be in town on a Thursday evening, the Scottsdale ArtWalk along Main Street and Marshall Way is a must-see as well. Other great cultural stops in Old Town include the Scottsdale Historical Museum, which showcases displays on Scottsdale history, including a one-room schoolhouse the kids would love, as well as the Scottsdale Museum of the West, which features the art, culture and history of nineteen states in the American West.
Drinks, dancin’, and nightlife fun
Scottsdale’s Old Town is THE place for nightlife fun in the Phoenix Metro Area. Dierks Bentley fans should be sure to check out his gastropub, Whiskey Row, which offers an award-winning menu and a rockin’ night out. Old Town also boasts a slew of local wine-tasting rooms offering sips of Scottsdale’s flourishing wine industry – with options like Old Town’s Sip and Savor Tour making for a great way to spend an afternoon. Or, scoot your boots in Scottsdale’s Rusty Spur Saloon, a local landmark featuring live country music, peanut shells underfoot and a Tex-Mex and American menu, with plenty of other dance and music venues all around town!
Old Town offers some fantastic options for dining to make your stay as yummy as it is sunny. Grab a tasty breakfast or lunch at U.S. Egg Breakfast & Lunch, serving up diner favorites in a cool space showcasing eye-catching American folk art. Hit the intimate Virtu Honest Craft for lunch or dinner and enjoy Mediterranean-influenced seasonal fare plus tasty craft cocktails. Up for just about the tastiest hamburger in the West? Gobble one up at Old Town’s Rehab Burger Therapy, a relaxed bar and restaurant with a beach theme and a vast menu offering creative burgers. You’re in Scottsdale, so some spoon-lickin’ Latin food is a must, and you’ll find that in spades at The Mission, a posh, dimly-lit restaurant and lounge offering modern, upscale cuisine and craft cocktails.
After a full day of Old Town fun, there’s nothing better than coming “home” to resort-style amenities, where the good times really begin. Beat the midday Scottsdale heat with a splash in your fancy resort-style pool. Then enjoy the evening with a chat in the quiet courtyard. You, dear traveler, deserve the best amenities in town, and Stay Alfred on North Scottsdale Road has them – all of them! Wake up to a great workout in an upscale fitness center, get work done on the road in Stay Alfred’s handy business center complete with PCs and Macs, or hit the game room for some friendly billiards with the fam or travel mates.
Resort-style courtyard with swimming pool, outdoor lounge and fireplace
You’ll feel like you’re truly on vacation in this resort-style courtyard, complete with swimming pool, tanning areas, an outdoor lounge with TV and fireplace, grilling areas with premium outdoor cooking equipment, and more. Out here, you don’t worship the sun – the sun worships you!
Stay fit on the road and get your sweat on in Stay Alfred on North Scottsdale Road’s expansive fitness center, a Technogym-enhanced workout space complete with free weights, ellipticals, and weight machines. A separate spin room is stocked with several cutting-edge bikes and offers ample elbow room for your own stretches or workout routines.
More than just a great spot for some friendly billiards, the game room is a work of art when it comes to interior design, a chic rec area where oversized windows let in plenty of fantastic Scottsdale sunlight for a solid wakeup round of stick. A big screen TV nearby lets you follow the game while you rack ‘em up and knock ‘em down.
Upscale Travel Apartments
Liking Stay Alfred on North Scottsdale Road so far? The best is yet to come: Step inside and you’ll find all the comforts of home that you miss out on in a downtown Scottsdale hotel. Each upscale travel apartment has a full kitchen, private bedrooms that allow you to take a nap without turning your entire place into a whispers-only zone, spacious living areas that you’ll appreciate if you’ve ever had to use the foot of your bed as seating for guests… and even a washer and dryer. Enduring a quickly growing pile of dirty laundry can now be a thing of the past.
In-home extras designed to wow include a private balcony, high ceilings, and classy flooring. Two-inch stylized wood blinds block out the sun for a great night’s sleep or proper Netflix session. And track lighting in the kitchen and dining areas plus granite or quartz countertops spell class. A soaking tub and walk-in shower are great after a long, hard day of touring Scottsdale, or for a quick start to your day.