Adero Scottsdale, an Autograph Collection Hotel, has officially made its debut as Scottsdale’s first "dark sky zone" resort, featuring Sonoran Desert views of Arizona’s famed Four Peaks and McDowell Mountain Range.
The new resort joins Autograph Collection’s portfolio of hotels and resorts around the world that are independent, one-of-a-kind, and champion values of vision, design, and craft, according to a press release.
Named after the canyon that surrounds the resort, Adero is spread out over 17 acres offering access to 55,000 acres of desert terrain. The resort aspires to be guests’ gateway to the outdoors and serves as a basecamp for the adventure enthusiast compelled by Arizona’s spiritual oasis.
Guests are connected to the resort’s natural setting with an offering of nature experiences, art, local cuisine, culture, outdoor adventure, and fitness activities — from sunrise yoga among the canyons to hikes and mountain bike rides.
“We are extremely proud to open our doors at Adero Scottsdale and welcome visitors and the local community to Scottsdale’s newest luxury boutique resort,” said owner and developer Bill Hinz.
“Our guest experience is exactly like nothing else, filled with year-round adventure that can be enjoyed within our walls and beyond to the desert terrain beckoning our guests outdoors for exploration and environmental stewardship. We’ve curated a destination offering meaningful wellness and fitness activities, hands-on celestial programming, and an open-air restaurant with breathtaking desert and mountain views.”
Bill Hinz, Adero Scottsdale owner and developer