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Talking Stick Resort announces annual summer package

12 June 2020

(PRESS RELEASE) -- Dive into the summer months with Talking Stick Resort’s annual summer Playcation package. Scottsdale’s leading entertainment destination is opening its doors for guest to enjoy all of its state-of-the-art amenities for one low price. As part of the hotel room package, the property teamed up with Talking Stick Entertainment District so guests can have access to some of Arizona’s top indoor and outdoor attractions at a discounted price.

Starting on Monday, 15 June, guests taking advantage of the package can enjoy room rates starting at $129 per night Friday and Saturday and $99 Sunday through Thursday. They will also score discounts to some of the Valley’s hottest destinations including Top Golf, Talking Stick Golf Club, OdySea Aquarium, Butterfly Wonderland, iFly, Octane Raceway and Medieval Times. Guests will also receive $25 food and beverage credit along with discounted cabanas and daybeds.

Talking Stick Resort lies in the middle of the Sonoran Desert surrounded by Arizona’s beautiful landscape, the perfect destination where guests can retreat for a fun and relaxing getaway. The property features a multitude of amenities, including three swimming pools, restaurants and lounges, and a whole world of gaming on the main floor. The 15-story property not only provides extraordinary day and nighttime views, but endless options for guests to play all day and night, making it Scottsdale’s ultimate Summer Playcation destination.

The resort recently reopened with new safety measures following a closure due to the coronavirus pandemic. During its first phase of reopening restaurants are limited and the spa is currently unavailable to ensure the health and safety of guests and employees. Amenities are subject to change as we continue to monitor new protocols.

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