This blog post was made in collaboration with Hotel Adeline and all my opinions are my own.
Are you looking for a Scottsdale hotel for the weekend? We
stayed at the Hotel Adeline and here is my recap and hotel review!
Maddy and I were so excited to head down to Arizona for a girl’s weekend at Hotel Adeline. I had never been to Arizona before so when Maddy suggested we do a weekend trip to Scottsdale in December, I agreed. I was excited to head down somewhere sunny and warm especially since our winter days have gotten shorter and rainier in Seattle.
During our Scottsdale girls weekend, we collaborated with Hotel Adeline:
Who is Hotel Adeline?
Hotel Adeline is a stylish, boutique hotel that once stood
as the Scottsdale Inn. The hotel was acquired, remodeled, and reopened in 2018.
The hotel 213 guest rooms, a heated pool, lawn games, and three restaurants
plus a whisky bar. Hotel guests also have access to free Wi-Fi, a 24/7 gym,
bike rentals, and a yoga deck.
Where is the Hotel Adeline located?
5101 N. Scottsdale Road in Scottsdale, AZ.
Here are the 5 highlights from our stay at Hotel Adeline:
1. Brunch at Good & Proper
If you’re looking for a delicious brunch spot in Scottsdale,
I would recommend eating at Good & Proper inside the hotel. You can grab
coffee, breakfast and lunch. You can check out the Good & Proper food
menu here. Maddy and I ordered iced mochas and breakfast before we left for
the airport on Sunday.
The food was delicious, and I loved how the eating area was decorated!
2. The heated pool and fun pool floaties
I don’t remember the last time I went into a pool during the
winter season. I don’t even remember the last time I wore a swimsuit this past
summer. It’s been rainy and wet outside in Seattle, so it felt like a dream to
put on a swimsuit in December.
It was in the 60s-70s while we were in Scottsdale, so the heated pool felt amazing. Maddy and I loved the pool floaties you could borrow from the hotel!
3. The hotel is close to Old Town Scottsdale
One of my favorite things about the hotel was the proximity to Old Town Scottsdale. We were only a 5-7 minute Uber/Lyft ride from Old Town Scottsdale. Once we got to Old Town Scottsdale, we walked to Sugar Bowl, the Mercantile, and Ruze Cake House to put together Scottsdale’s Most Instagrammable Places.
4. The hotel beds were comfortable
Maddy and I spent the entire day on Saturday walking around
and exploring Scottsdale. After happy hour at Diego Pops, we headed back to the
hotel to relax.
Both of us laid in bed and watched the Twilight movie series the rest of the night! Well actually Maddy was also hard at work editing photos while I was under the covers loving the 2nd and 3rd Twilight movies playing on TV. We took a break from our movie night and grabbed a late-night pizza at Straight Up – the hotel’s “not so secret speakeasy” secret-ish whiskey bar.
5. This Arizona hotel is Instagrammable
One of my favorite things to do is to find and share the
most Instagrammable places in every city I visit. The Hotel Adeline has so many
great photo spots! Here are some of my favorite spots to take photos in this
The Wanderers Welcome entrance
The bird and citrus mural
The WTF sign
Would I stay at the Hotel Adeline again?
YES! We had such a great stay at the hotel. I would definitely stay at this Scottsdale hotel again and I’d recommend this spot if you’re heading to Arizona for Spring Training or looking to getaway to Scottsdale in the winter.
Thank you again to the hotel for hosting us for a weekend! Thank
you for reading.