HOTEL & TRAVEL
Talking Stick Resort is located just minutes from the Scottsdale Fashion Square Mall, as well as many boutiques, museums and galleries in Old Town Scottsdale. It's also just a quick drive to downtown Phoenix to catch the Phoenix Suns or Arizona Diamondbacks in action. The Phoenix-Scottsdale area offers numerous activities and attractions for visitors.
Talking Stick Resort
9800 E Talking Stick Way, Scottsdale, AZ 85256
King: $130 per room/per night
Queen/Queen: $155 per room/per night
Rooms can be booked directly with the Talking Stick Resort. A dedicated booking website has been set up to ensure our guests receive the group rate. Guest of the CFMA Southwest Regional Conference can make, modify and cancel their hotel reservations online as well as take advantage of any room upgrades, amenities or other services offered by the hotel by following this link: coming soon!
Room block deadline: August 30, 2018
About Talking Stick Resort
Talking Stick Resort is a four-diamond luxury hotel and casino resort located on the Salt-River Pima Maricopa Indian Reservation in Scottsdale, Arizona.
From gaming and golf to arts and entertainment, Talking Stick Resort™ has amazing options for meeting and conference attendees to love their experience.
The Spa at Talking Stick is truly a unique experience because it features products made with ingredients that are culturally significant to the heritage and traditions of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community. These ingredients are harvested from the community gardens for use in treatments and services. With private rooms offering guests unparalleled views of Scottsdale plus floor to ceiling windows, there is simply no better place to relax and refresh. Enjoy a relaxation and serenity lounge, spacious steam room and a fully-equipped fitness facility that is open 24/7 to guests of the resort hotel.
Talking Stick Golf Club challenges golfers of all skill levels with two unique courses. From a links-style adventure through the grasslands on the North Course, to a traditional style of play on the tree-lined fairways on the South Course, both provide a memorable and challenging day of play.
DINING AND ENTERTAINMENT
Talking Stick Resort offers six amazing dining venues. These include:
Wandering Horse Buffet™ - Our incredibly popular multi-stationed international buffet.
Black Fig Coffee & Bistro™ - Express-service deli and cafe.
Blue Coyote Cantina™ - Southwestern-inspired menu with tacos, cocktails and more.
Blue Coyote Cafe™ - American cuisine and sushi available 24/7.
Ocean Trail™ - Sophisticated seafood bar near the gaming floor.
Orange Sky™ - Fine dining featuring aged beef, fresh seafood and 360-degree views of Scottsdale.
In addition to unique dining options, guests can select from an array of entertainment choices, including a 650-seat Showroom™ offering live entertainment. Other entertainment hot spots in the hotel include Players Sports Bar™, Shadows™, a martini and cigar bar, Palo Verde Lounge™ on the casino level and Degree 270™, a chic lounge located on the 14th floor of the hotel.
An art exhibition at a casino? Absolutely. Talking Stick Resort’s art collection showcases postmodern pieces by artists of Native American descent, including those of Pima and Maricopa ancestry.
The collection includes works from masters of the arts of painting, sculpture, metal work, ceramics, basketry and printmaking, as well as new additions of historical photography, custom pieces for Talking Stick Resort and two talking sticks that reflect the history of the Pima and Maricopa communities. Our unique exhibit blends tribal art with cutting edge modernism. Some artists are professional and familiar to general audiences, some are emerging and others are wonderful discoveries of new talent.
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