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Boulders Resort & Spa, Curio Collection by Hilton
Scottsdale, Arizona34631 North Tom Darlington Drive
Scottsdale, Arizona 85262
Director of Sales & Marketing: Julie Garber
At a Glance
From the editors of Elite MeetingsThe Boulders, A Curio Collection Resort merges so seamlessly with its Sonoran Desert environs that, from a distance, the buildings nearly disappear amid the 12-million-year-old boulder formations that surround them. Yet, the resort’s seemingly organic origins belie the level of luxury found within. Located in North Scottsdale, the four-diamond resort consistently receives accolades from a host of upscale travel publications.
Dramatic architecture blends with the surrounding desert and boulder formations to reveal the resort’s 160 guest casitas, 55 one- to three-bedroom villas, and six haciendas. Each offers privacy and such extras as a fireplace, private patio, and sumptuous bath. VIPs often take up residence in the Villa Retreat, a private 5,000-square-foot estate lavished in the comforts of home.
When it’s time to convene, groups head to the 17,800-square-foot Tohono Conference Center, to meeting rooms that accommodate groups of 10 to 400. Guests happily satisfy their appetites at a choice of six restaurants ranging from Palo Verde, the resort’s signature dining experience specializing in the flavors of the Southwest, to The Grill, serving steaks and seafood.
When meetings adjourn, guests at leisure may rejuvenate at the renowned Boulders Spa, challenge themselves on two Jay Morrish–designed championship golf courses, or, for a taste of adventure, book a hot-air balloon ride, city-slicker cattle drive, or aerial tour of the Grand Canyon.