Business and leisure travelers alike will feel welcome at Scottsdale’s Talking Stick Resort. This AAA Four Diamond property features 496 luxurious rooms, outstanding dining, lively casino gaming, exciting entertainment, and generous conference space. In addition to our deluxe rooms, executive suites offer unparalleled views of the vibrant Sonoran Desert. Guests can enjoy several fine-dining restaurants, multiple entertainment lounges including a 650-seat showroom, two championship golf courses, a state-of-the-art casino, sparkling pools and a 13,000 square-foot spa with treatments inspired by the Native American traditions. When you stay at Talking Stick Resort, you also put yourself in the middle of the very best of Scottsdale. In addition to being just 15 minutes from both Sky Harbor International Airport and Scottsdale Airport, Talking Stick Resort is 10 minutes from the heart of downtown Scottsdale and its 300+ restaurants and nightlife venues. It is also conveniently located near Scottsdale’s Pavilions Shopping Center, Talking Stick Golf Course, and the Spring Training homes of the Chicago Cubs, San Francisco Giants, Arizona Diamondbacks and Colorado Rockies, making it the crown jewel of the Sonoran Desert around Scottsdale.
Talking Stick Resort
9800 Talking Stick Way, Scottsdale, AZ 85256
CategoryHotels & Resorts
The Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community (SRPMIC) is comprised of two Native American tribes. With two distinct backgrounds and cultures, the Community invites you to experience their heritage of hospitality. Earn rewards while you play with our Player Rewards Club card. The Player Rewards Club is the official rewards program at Talking Stick Resort and Casino Arizona. The Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community invites you to experience their heritage of hospitality. Located just 20 minutes from Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport, Salt River is neighbored by the cities of Scottsdale, Tempe, Mesa and Fountain Hills. With two distinct backgrounds and cultures, the Community is comprised of two Native American tribes: the Pima, “Akimel O’Odham” (River People) and the Maricopa, “Xalychidom Piipaash” (People who live toward the water). Today, over 10,000 individuals are enrolled tribal members. Comprised of the President, Vice President and seven elected Council members, the Community Council governs the Community. Approximately 12,000 acres are under cultivation in a variety of crops including cotton, melons, potatoes, onions, broccoli and carrots. Commercial development is reserved along the Community’s western boundary. The majestic Red Mountain can be seen throughout the Community and is located on the eastern boundary. The sight of the mountain symbolizes the home of the Pima and Maricopa people.