The extensive southwestern suburbs of Phoenix are mostly residential, with patches of arable land beginning to appear around the boundaries of adjacent Tolleson and Avondale. Three major routes across this section of the city are US 60 (Grand Avenue) from Peoria and Sun City, I-17 from the north and I-10 from the west; chain hotels are located along these latter two, with the main group beside I-10 exit 139 (51st Avenue), at the edge of an extensive business/industrial district to the south. Other notable sites in the vicinity include Grand Canyon University, Desert West Sports Complex, Maryvale Golf Course Desert Sky Mall and Ak-Chin Pavilion.
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The Phoenix West Holiday Inn hotel sits at the northwest corner of the junction of I-10 with 51st Avenue (exit 139), easily visible from the interstate. As well as Phoenix, the hotel is close to the neighboring districts of Tolleson, Fowler & Maryvale, and within a few miles of many businesses, sports and shopping centers. Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport is 12 miles to the east. Holiday Inn Phoenix West is an older building but fine for a short stay; it has 144 rooms on 4 floors, an outdoor pool, extensive meeting facilities (nearly 10,000 sq ft of event space) and an on site restaurant (Pit Stop Bar and Grill).
Simple accommodation towards the cheaper end of the market is on offer at the Comfort Inn West, a 65 room, interior corridor hotel 2 blocks west of the busy I-10/I-17 junction, 3 miles from downtown Phoenix. The inn has the usual facilities of free continental breakfast (deluxe), an outdoor heated swimming pool and a hot tub. All the rooms have a microwave/refrigerator, and look out over a mostly industrial neighborhood along 27th Avenue.
The 122 room, pet friendly Comfort Inn of west Phoenix is situated beside the 51st Avenue exit of I-10, close to a small selection of restaurants and at the edge of an extensive business/industrial district. The nearest shopping center (McDowell Square) is a short walk away on the far side of the interstate. A fitness center, hot tub and outdoor pool are available for relaxation; a business center and meeting room for those here to work. Free full breakfast is served. All rooms contain a microwave and refrigerator.
The WoodSpring Suites hotel backs on to Interstate 10 at the 43rd Avenue exit, 5 miles west of downtown Phoenix, at the edge of an extensive business/industrial complex, though also within walking distance of a good selection of restaurants, and a few shops. This is an affordable, all-suite property, with all accommodations (on four floors) containing a full kitchen, Wi-fi is complimentary, while the only other amenity is coin-operated laundry. The hotel is surrounded by a spacious parking lot, shaded by mature palo verde trees.
The budget-priced Baymont Inn is part of a cluster of motels and hotels around the 51st Street I-10 exit, six miles from Phoenix city center and ten miles from Sky Harbor Airport. The surroundings are a mixture of industrial buildings, residences and farmland, but with plenty of restaurants close by, and a selection of shops half a mile north, on the far side of the freeway. Rooms at the pet friendly, interior corridor inn face north, looking across the interstate, or south, with views over the parking lot and outdoor pool. All contain a microwave and refrigerator. Wi-fi and continental breakfast are complimentary.
Travelodge Phoenix has a pleasant outdoor pool by the entrance, and is partly lined by trees, which help shield the rooms from I-10 immediately south. The modern, interior corridor motel sits beside exit 139 of the interstate (51st Avenue), a short walk from a group of shops & restaurants, and 4 miles from many more outlets at Desert Sky Mall. The usual two complimentary amenities of wi-fi and continental breakfast are provided, plus a coin-operated laundry facility.
Motel 6 Phoenix West has a typical three floor, exterior corridor layout, the rooms overlooking the parking area which is shielded by trees from the surroundings; a mostly residential district on the north side of I-10 at the 51st Avenue exit, 7 miles west of downtown Phoenix. Despite the nearby interstate the place enjoys a quiet location, set back from the access road, and it has a pleasant outdoor pool, also lined by trees. Some rooms contain a microwave and refrigerator. Wi-fi is available.