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The Fairfield Inn & Suites Phoenix Midtown hotel welcomes guests with free parking and day rooms equipped with free Wi-Fi. There are art and history museums, as well as assorted restaurants, close at hand, as well as numerous sporting arenas, and stunning desert attractions such as Piestewa Peak to the north. Staying cool is important, and the easiest way to do that is with a dip in the hotel’s outdoor pool.
Eclectic Eateries – Laid back bistro Switch Restaurant serves up new American fare and signature cocktails, while Thai treats are on the menu at the family-owned The Wild Thaiger. Traditional Peruvian classics are the order of the day at the cozy El Chullo Peruvian Restaurant & Bar. Forno 301 bakes pizza in the classic Neapolitan style, with other Italian favorites available, and Japanese, English, Irish, Chinese, and more restaurants are also in the vicinity.
Heard Museum – A short way south of the hourly rooms is the Heard Museum, a showcase of Native American civilizations. Their story, past and present, is told through a variety of media including a substantial collection of Southwestern art and a vital boarding school exhibit. The museum’s quite large so be sure to set aside a few hours to see it all.
Phoenix Art Museum – Keep heading south past the Heard Museum and you’ll come to the Phoenix Art Museum, home to an extensive collection of cultural creations from across the centuries. The earliest works on display date back to Europe’s Renaissance, with art from every period from then right up until the modern day.
Piestewa Peak – Travel north instead to reach Piestewa Peak, in the sprawling Phoenix Mountain Preserve. Enjoy wandering the trails amid the beautiful desert landscape and plants, and ascend to the summit to take in the view of the city skyline. Just be sure to stay hydrated.
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Free continental breakfast.