Best Rooms: The hotel offers both iterior and exterior views; the interior view is of the atrium with ponds, a garden and a waterfall, while the exterior views are of downtown and the surrounding buildings.
Best Rooms: Rooms either face the courtyard, which has a grassy area, waterfalls and a pool, or the city. Guests generally prefer rooms facing the courtyard because the hotel is only 6 stories high, so the city views are limited.
3 star hotel
Area: City Square Condominiums
1.37 mi from Sunnyslope Mountain
Best Rooms: For great views, request a Deluxe room located in the Cabana section of the property that overlooks the pool. King Corner rooms on floor 7 are in the Tower Building and also have great views.
Best Rooms: There are no buildings to obstruct the view from the north side of the building, where the best view of the mountains and desert can be seen from floors 10 - 31, facing E. Taylor St., from odd-numbered rooms *01 - *45 (e.g. 1003, 1725, 2909). The south side of the building facing E. Van Buren St. has nice views of the downtown area from even-numbered rooms *02 - *36 on floors 20 - 31 (e.g. 2006, 2312, 2736); this view is best when there's a Diamondbacks baseball game and you can see a great view of the fireworks show at night.
2.5 star hotel
Area: Downtown Phoenix
2.12 mi from Sunnyslope Mountain
Best Rooms: Request a room overlooking the pool and garden on any floor for the best view.
Best Rooms: You'll find a better view of either the mountains or downtown from floor 15 and above.
3 star hotel
Area: Camelback East
3.64 mi from Sunnyslope Mountain
Best Rooms: The best view from the property is located on the north side of the building; you'll be able to see mountain ranges from any floor. If you request a room facing the west side of the building, you'll see partial views of Camelback Mountain, however, this view isn't guaranteed.