Are you staying in Phoenix for a romantic holiday with your partner? With amazing weather and a breathtaking desert landscape, Phoenix is an ideal destination. Pair that with a private hot tub or stunning views from your suite, and you’re sure to have a relaxing night! To make planning easier for you, we’ve uncovered some hotels in Phoenix designed for romantic honeymoons. Before we review each hotel though, here are some quick tips to get you started.

Most Romantic Phoenix Hotels

  • Royal Palms Resort and Spa, part of HyattWith its charming Spanish architecture and beautiful courtyards, you’ll love the cozy vibe when you arrive here. Their villas and suites have everything couples want, including private outdoor spaces, soaking tubs, and fireplaces. I would personally recommend the Spa Suite to get the beautiful views.
  • The Hermosa InnThis hotel’s Southwestern ambiance and scenic desert location make it one of Phoenix’s most romantic hotels. Private casitas, lush gardens, and candlelit dinners create the perfect honeymoon or romantic escape.

Best Suites with Bathtubs in Room

  • Marriott’s Canyon Villas – The in-room tubs at Canyon Villas are a real treat but the best ones are the tubs in the One-bedroom villas. These bigger tubs are the perfect blend of comfort and luxury.
  • WorldMark Phoenix – South Mountain Preserve – The suites in this hotel with in-room tubs are a special choice for honeymooners. Each One-bedroom suite features an oversized spa tub within a few steps from the double bed. It guarantees a delightful and intimate stay in Phoenix.

Best Suites with Jacuzzis

  • Drury Inn & Suites Phoenix Happy Valley – This hotel has some of the best jacuzzi suites in Phoenix and they’re ideal for couples. Both the Superior and Deluxe king rooms feature a relaxing jacuzzi, perfect for a romantic soak. It’s not as luxurious as some hotels, but the rooms are very clean and it’s in a great location.
  • Best Western Plus Executive Residency Phoenix North Happy Valley – Honeymooners and couples love these cozy jacuzzi suites in North Happy Valley Phoenix. The best one is the King suite with a jacuzzi tub just steps from your bed. Like Drury Inn, it’s another simple setup, but very clean and comfortable.

These are the only two hotels we’d recommend if you want a jetted hot tub in Phoenix. While they’re not fancy, they do offer the essentials for a comfortable stay. If you’re looking for a classy hotel that has Jacuzzis in the room, have a look at other areas in Arizona like Sedona or Scottsdale. You can check these articles for more options:

Most Affordable Phoenix Hotels

  • The Westin Phoenix DowntownSurprisingly affordable, you can enjoy the city views from here. With the Deluxe rooms, you’ll get the perfect blend of luxury and savings. Plan your couple’s trip or honeymoon in November or December and pay as low as $152 USD per night.
  • Kimpton Hotel Palomar Phoenix CityscapeThis is a delightful find for newlyweds seeking both luxury and affordability. Couples can enjoy a King Studio at a budget-friendly rate. Have a look in November or December to get rooms starting at $170 USD.

1. The Hermosa Inn

Picture a desert oasis where romance thrives, and you’ll find The Hermosa Inn. Nestled in the heart of Paradise Valley, this hidden gem oozes with charm and tranquility. Its lush gardens and warm Southwestern hospitality make it the perfect romantic escape. For an extra special stay, we recommend the Deluxe Casitas. At night, taste Arizona fare at the outdoor table with a warm fireplace in a lush garden. Or sit inside and enjoy your candle-lit dinner with a handcrafted cocktail at LON’s Restaurant.

  • Guest Reviews: The room was beautifully appointed. We loved everything, the location, the pools, the restaurants.
  • Star Rating: 4 stars
  • Best Rooms: Deluxe Casitas
  • Address: 5532 North Palo Cristi Road, Phoenix, AZ 85253, United States

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2. The Westin Phoenix Downtown

The Westin Phoenix Downtown sets the mood for a truly romantic honeymoon. Newlyweds love the intimacy of the Corner Studio with its romantic views from the suite’s soaking tub. Others prefer the One-bedroom Suite. You’ll have similar views from the tub but with a larger living area. Past guests also enjoyed swimming in the rooftop pool and romantic dinners at Province restaurant. Some couples found the prices a bit high, but most agreed it was a honeymoon they’ll never forget.

  • Guest Reviews: We had a large corner suite on the 17th floor and the view was magnificent. 
  • Star Rating: 4 stars
  • Best Rooms: One-bedroom suite
  • Address: 333 North Central Avenue, Downtown Phoenix, Phoenix, AZ 85004, United States

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3. Royal Palms Resort and Spa, part of Hyatt

Travelers have labeled Royal Palms a romantic desert oasis, so it’s no surprise it’s a popular honeymoon destination. The villas are made for newlyweds with outdoor fireplaces and clawfoot tubs. For something smaller, the Spa suite is just as nice. T Cook restaurant offers romantic candlelight dinners, under the stars or by the fire. Some guests mentioned the pricey food, but most agreed their honeymoon at Royal Palms was a magical experience.

  • Guest Reviews: The room was beautiful and we loved the fireplace. The champagne for our anniversary was a nice touch.
  • Star Rating: 5 stars
  • Best Rooms: Presidential suite
  • Address: 5200 East Camelback Road, Camelback East, Phoenix, AZ 85018, United States

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4. Arizona Biltmore A Waldorf Astoria Resort

With its timeless elegance and old-world charm, it’s hard for honeymooners to resist the Arizona Biltmore. The One-bedroom suites are perfect for newlyweds, with private patios, fireplaces, and soaking tubs. Couples can chill out by the pool, get pampered at the spa, or enjoy the gorgeous desert views. A few guests mentioned the high prices, but others commented that the 5-star amenities were well worth it. For a honeymoon in Phoenix filled with endless romance, Arizona Biltmore promises a memorable stay.

  • Guest Reviews: It was a beautiful hotel with comfortable rooms. We loved the pools and the spa day at Tierra Luna Spa was amazing.
  • Star Rating: 5 stars
  • Best Rooms: Club Cottage King Suite Firepit
  • Address: 2400 East Missouri Avenue, Camelback East, Phoenix, AZ 85016, United States

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5. JW Marriott Phoenix Desert Ridge Resort & Spa

JW Marriott Phoenix Desert Ridge is a top contender for honeymooners looking for a touch of luxury in Phoenix. Couples loved the One-bedroom suites with spectacular views from the private balconies. With six dining options, newlyweds had plenty of choices for an intimate romantic dinner. The outdoor pool and Revive Spa both earned high marks with guests finding them the ideal spots to relax and unwind. While it’s not the best budget-conscious choice, most couples agreed that the added luxury was well worth it.

  • Guest Reviews: Our room was so comfortable and had a great view. The pool and restaurants were wonderful.
  • Star Rating: 5 stars
  • Best Rooms: One-bedroom Suites
  • Address: 5350 East Marriott Drive, Desert View, Phoenix, AZ 85054, United States 

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6. Kimpton Hotel Palomar Phoenix Cityscape

Newlywed reviews agree Kimpton Hotel Palomar is one of Phoenix’s most romantic hotels. Couples raved about the City view king suite with its luxurious soaking tub and sunset views. The rooftop pool was popular too with its intimate cabanas and poolside service. And the private dining option was perfect for a romantic dinner with a choice of venues. While it might pinch the pocket a bit, overall Kimpton Hotel offers a very romantic experience.

  • Guest Reviews: It was a really nice property with a gorgeous rooftop pool and bar. It was really close to lots of great restaurants.
  • Star Rating: 4 stars
  • Best Rooms: Cityscape Presidential Suite 
  • Address: 2 East Jefferson Street, Downtown Phoenix, Phoenix, AZ 85004, United States

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7. Marriott’s Canyon Villas

Marriott Canyon Villas is one of Phoenix’s most popular romantic retreats and it swept honeymooners off their feet. Most rooms have an in-room bath and private balcony, but couples prefer the more spacious villas. The pool was a popular spot to unwind, and guests raved about the poolside service from Canyon Springs Bar & Grill. Some commented that the villas are a bit pricey, but when it comes to romance, Marriott Canyon Villas is still one of the best hotels in Phoenix.

  • Guest Reviews: We had a really nice apartment with a lovely patio. The pool area was very nice.
  • Star Rating: 4 stars
  • Best Rooms: One-bedroom Villas
  • Address: 5220 East Marriott Drive, Desert View, Phoenix, AZ 85054, United States 

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8. The Legacy Golf Resort

With its serene outdoor spaces at the base of South Mountain, Legacy Golf Resort is another top choice for honeymooners in Phoenix. The One-bedroom suites are most highly recommended as they have hot tubs and private balconies. The onsite golf course is a favorite spot for romantic strolls, and you’ll love the pool for its relaxed vibe and mountain views. In the evenings, Trails End is the ideal spot for an intimate cocktail or dinner for two. Some guests found the resort a bit dated, but it still offers the perfect romantic escape for honeymooners. 

  • Guest Reviews: We had a fantastic suite with a beautiful view of the golf course. The pool and the restaurant were really good too.
  • Star Rating: 4 stars
  • Best Rooms: One-bedroom Suite
  • Address: 6808 South 32nd Street, South Mountain, Phoenix, AZ 85042, United States

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9. WorldMark Phoenix – South Mountain Preserve

Set in Phoenix’s South Mountain Preserve, WorldMark Phoenix has won the hearts of honeymooners. One-bedroom suites are the most popular since they have in-room hot tubs. But the private balcony with mountain views is what makes this suite worthwhile. Outside, there’s a small pool and a heated spa. Even though dining options were limited, guests enjoyed romantic vibes and cocktails at the BBQ pits. While it may not offer the most lavish honeymoon, WorldMark Phoenix is the go-to spot for outdoor-loving newlyweds.

  • Guest Reviews: The suite was beautiful with all the necessities. The pool and the 2 jacuzzis were awesome.
  • Star Rating: 4 stars
  • Best Rooms: One-bedroom Suites
  • Address: 4647 East Francisco Drive, Phoenix, AZ 85044, United States

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10. The Camby, Autograph Collection

The Canby’s vintage charm, exceptional views, and attention to service make it the ideal setting for honeymooners. Couples raved about the Junior Suites for their privacy and enchanting mountain views. The rooftop pool with its private cabanas and the Bees Knees Tipsy Teas were ideal for romantic afternoons. Also, Artizen’s ingenious cocktail menu and classic dishes made for a truly romantic dinner experience. Some guests noted the location could be a bit noisy, but the exceptional service and personal touches made it a top choice for a Phoenix honeymoon.

  • Guest Review: Our junior suite was big and comfortable. The champagne and berries for our anniversary were so nice.
  • Star Rating: 5 stars
  • Best Rooms: Junior suite
  • Address: 2401 East Camelback Road, Camelback East, Phoenix, AZ 85016, United States

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11. Renaissance Phoenix Downtown Hotel

What sets Renaissance Phoenix apart from other romantic hotels is its prime location. Couples were excited to be within walking distance of the city’s best attractions, offering an excuse for romantic strolls. Newlyweds were also impressed by the hotel’s King Suites, for their privacy and comfortable beds. After a day of exploring downtown Phoenix, the rooftop pool was the ideal spot to cool off and enjoy the surrounding views. Even though downtown Phoenix can be crowded and noisy, most guests had a romantic getaway they’ll never forget.

  • Guest Review: Our suite was like a fairytale, it was more than we could have imagined. 
  • Star Rating: 5 stars
  • Best Rooms: Executive King Suite
  • Address: 100 N 1st St, Downtown Phoenix, Phoenix, AZ 85004, United States

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12. Found Re Phoenix

Located in Phoenix’s Roosevelt Row art district, Found Re Phoenix offers a memorable setting for honeymooners. The loft-style Suite is perfect for couples. It has a “sexy” walk-in rain shower and amazing balcony views. The pool area also got top reviews for its relaxing atmosphere, music, and poolside food and drinks. There were a few comments about downtown crowds, but this didn’t seem to interfere with the overall experience. If you’re looking for a honeymoon with a chic artsy vibe, Found Re Phoenix is the place.

  • Guest Review: Loved the size of the room it was perfect for our anniversary. The rainshower for two was awesome.
  • Star Rating: 4 stars
  • Best Rooms: Suite with Balcony
  • Address: 1100 N Central Ave, Downtown Phoenix, Phoenix, AZ 85004, United States

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Best Phoenix Suites

Phoenix HotelsBest Rooms
The Hermosa InnDeluxe Casitas
The Westin Phoenix DowntownOne-bedroom suite
Royal Palms Resort and SpaPresidential suite
Arizona Biltmore A Waldorf Astoria ResortClub Cottage King Suite Firepit
JW Marriott Phoenix Desert Ridge Resort & SpaOne-bedroom Suites
Kimpton Hotel Palomar Phoenix CityscapeCityscape Presidential Suite 
Marriott’s Canyon VillasOne-bedroom Villas
The Legacy Golf ResortOne-bedroom Suite
WorldMark Phoenix – South Mountain PreserveOne-bedroom Suites
The CambyJunior Suite
Renaissance Phoenix Downtown HotelExecutive King Suite
Found Re PhoenixSuite with Balcony
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