March 12, 2020

Adero Scottsdale, part of Marriott International's Autograph Collection Hotels, is set to make its debut this summer. The property will be Scottsdale's only resort in a Dark Sky place, a preserved area with low light pollution that's ideal for star-gazing.

 
"This new resort has been years in the making and we're thrilled to debut Adero come summer 2020 as part of the Autograph Collection," said owner and developer Bill Hinz. "Not only are we creating a year-round getaway for travelers that seek adventure with endless desert terrain and activities, but we're focusing on connecting guests to the environment, local community and culture." 

Showcasing views of Arizona's Four Peaks and McDowell Mountain Range, the six-story property promises a modern guest experience with opportunities for outdoor adventure, nature experiences, art, wellness, cuisine and culture, as well as fitness activities. 

The resort will have 161 rooms and 16 suites, all featuring a simple design palette that channels the colors of sunrise. Ninety-five percent of the room feature views of the mountains. 

Adero will have 16,800 square feet of indoor and outdoor meeting space. The resort will also coordinate team-building experiences that give back, like volunteer trail work and wildlife habitat renewal.

Adero is located near the airport and close to many of Scottsdale's most popular attractions and activities. For those looking to coordinate an excursion, the resort's Adventure Concierge can assist with an array of activities, including wellness libations at the event lawn, sunset gazing at the Four Peaks Terrace, night markets with local vendors or evening telescope tours under the guidance of a Dark Sky guide. 

The property features a state-of-the-art, 5,000-square-foot wellness studio, two heated pools and a sundeck. The wellness studio offers daily yoga, stretch and sculpt and Pilates, as well as an indoor cycling studio with Peloton bikes. The on-property spa offers an assortment of body and facial treatments, including some that use the healing benefits of amethyst and desert minerals.