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The Westin Kierland Resort & Spa is an inspiring retreat located in the heart of "new" Scottsdale, Arizona where you will find a sense of old Arizona and delight you with a fresh, modern destination. From family vacations to business meetings, weddings or just a restful getaway...
My husband and I stayed here for 3 nights. It was very nice, the "adventure pool" was fun, but full of families and kids. The "adult/spa" pool was quiet and also great. The breakfast was incredible. Would highly recommend! :)
This is a beautiful resort. We booked a room with a view of the pool. When I checked in I requested the room to be close to the entrance of the pool. We have two children ages four and six years old. They offered us...More
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Response from WestinKierland, Guest Relations Manager at The Westin Kierland Resort & SpaResponded 1 week ago
Thank you for taking the time to post the details of your recent visit to The Westin Kierland Resort & Spa. We know there are many great resorts in Scottsdale and we are honored that our Resort was your destination of choice for...More
I hosted my 40th birthday this year at The Westin Kierland, complete with a room for the weekend as well as a spa day with the good girlfriends. Upon entering my room The Westin surprised me with decorations, strawberries & champagne. The staff was accommodating,...More
We went on a trip with 7 couples and checked in on a Thursday and out on Sunday. Our rooms were ready for us early when we arrived at 1. We were happy with the stay 2 nights, get a 3rd free, deal we had...More
This is a very nice hotel resort in Scottsdale. I stayed for a week with my family last month. There is really certainly nothing wrong with the hotel, but nothing that makes me have to come back.
The main negative about the hotel was the...More
I am sorry I don't know the answer as I wasn't there at spring break but if you are going to spend $600/day on a room plus another $200-$300 on food and extras they should make sure you get a chair. That's a pet peeve of... More
I am sorry I don't know the answer as I wasn't there at spring break but if you are going to spend $600/day on a room plus another $200-$300 on food and extras they should make sure you get a chair. That's a pet peeve of mine with these resorts; they often cannot really accommodate everyone. You should be able to relax and enjoy your vacation that you spent a small fortune on :)