Scottsdale

Voted one of the “Most Livable” cities in the United States, Scottsdale offers a fascinating array of recreation, cultural attractions and activities. Whatever your interests – from art galleries to theater, historic museums to cinema, sporting events, concerts or even a rodeo, you’ll find something to do right at your doorstep.

Mirabel’s Member Services staff will be happy to provide you with information about upcoming events, help you secure tickets or reservations and make sure getting to and from the events and places you choose are trouble-free.

SHOPPING

From convenient malls to enchanting specialty boutiques, Scottsdale and its surrounding area is one of the world’s great shopping destinations.

Scottsdale Fashion Square.

Located in the heart of Scottsdale, if you can’t find it here, you can’t find it anywhere. This indoor mall is the largest in Arizona with such well-known anchor stores as Dillard’s, Macy’s, Neiman Marcus and Nordstrom. There are hundreds of specialty shops to tempt you and the experience is completed with a wide array of eateries and a movie complex.

Scottsdale Quarter.

Right on Scottsdale Road, the Quarter is home to a quaint and eclectic mix of retail brand shops and cafes – Apple, A|X Armani Exchange, H&M, Nike, and William-Sonoma Home to name a few.

Scottsdale Promenade.

Located at the corner of Frank Lloyd Wright and Scottsdale Road, The Promenade is a shopping destination that features a wide array of retailers and specialty shops. From apparel to home wares to beauty services and dining, this Promenade has it all.

Biltmore Fashion Park.

Located in the historic Biltmore District on East Camelback Road, this luxury outdoor retail and dining plaza is the home of East Coast favorites such as Macy’s, Saks and Ralph Lauren and European favorites like Gucci, Louis Vuitton and Escada. There are more than 100 shops and restaurants to choose from. Dining hot spots like Christopher’s and Paola’s Wine Bar are a great place to relax after shopping. Located nearby is the “Jewel of the Desert,” the Arizona Biltmore Hotel, inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright. The Biltmore is steeped in history and offers another wonderful dining venue, Wright’s at the Biltmore.

Kierland Commons

Located right off Route 101 at Tatum Road, this shopping complex is home to about 75 stores, restaurants and services. Anchor stores include Anthropologie, Banana Republic, BCBG MaxAzria, Crate & Barrel, Restoration Hardware, Bose, Coach and many more. You’ll never go hungry at the Commons with such favorites as Bar North, Mastro’s Ocean Club, P.F. Chang’s, Zinc Bistro and The Cheesecake Factory.

DINING

Scottsdale and Phoenix boast some of the finest dining and lodging experiences in the country. As a major travel and tourism destination, the area has more than its share of excellent restaurants, cafes and bistros.

Rancho Pinot

Experience new American comfort food with an Arizona accent. A meal here is uncomplicated yet satisfying. Although it’s hidden away in a Scottsdale strip mall, this neighborhood jewel with cowboy-chic decor is a real find, and meals are prepared based on seasonal, locally grown products.

Elements Restaurant

Located at Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain, this restaurant offers a cutting-edge kitchen under the watchful eye of Executive Chef Beau Macmillian. Elements is known for its diverse menu featuring in-house smoked meats, vegetarian, gluten-free options and raw bar and seafood menu – all thoughtfully prepared with the best local, organic produce. Visit Praying Monk, the new wine room featuring nearly 1,000 bottles and a sommelier station.

Talavera at the Four Seasons.

Located in the renowned Four Seasons Resort, this restaurant offers contemporary American cuisine. Dine on a superb menu focusing on locally and regionally sourced prime meat, poultry and game as well as seasonal favorites while enjoying the stunning views of city lights from their sweeping fire-lit patio.

Mastro’s Steakhouse.

Located at Pima and Pinnacle Peak roads, this classical restaurant offers the finest in prime steaks and fresh seafood. Add to that nightly entertainment and the evening is complete.

Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse and Wine Bar.

Fleming’s has two locations near Mirabel. The nearest is located on DC Ranch’s popular Market Street at the corner of Pima Road and Thompson Peak Parkway, while further south, adjacent to the Hilton Hotel, is its original location on the southeast corner of Scottsdale Road and Lincoln Drive. Fleming’s delights its clientele with exceptional food and wine, featuring the finest cuts of beef and over 100 wines by the glass. Try the prime bone-in rib eye and the ahi tuna mignon.

LODGING

From posh to playful, historic to contemporary and urban to out-of-the-way, Scottsdale’s hotels and resorts welcome your out-of-town guests with an array of accommodations.

Four Seasons Resort at Troon North.

Located just 15 minutes from Mirabel, the Four Seasons offers the finest in accommodations and dining. Whether you’re relaxing in one of the superbly appointed suites, rooms and casitas, enjoying a cocktail on the outdoor patio, relaxing poolside or dining in one of its superb restaurants, the views of Pinnacle Peak and the surrounding Sonoran Desert are breathtaking.

The Boulders Resort.

Only minutes from Mirabel is The Boulders Resort on Tom Darlington Road. This extraordinary property sits on 1,300 acres of rich Sonoran Desert. Along with cozy casita accommodations, its world-renowned Spa offers a variety of rejuvenating spa treatments in a relaxing and tranquil atmosphere.

Carefree Resort.

Just 10 minutes from Mirabel, and nestled in 23 acres of lush desert, Carefree Resort offers Southwestern style accommodations in a more casual atmosphere. At this desert gem, guests can embrace the Southwestern lifestyle in total relaxation, while enjoying majestic views of the Continental Mountains.