Scottsdale, Arizona, is a world-renowned destination, known for sunshine, outdoor activities and unique experiences.
Revel Communities is proud to offer a new flexible living option for our residents, allowing them to book three- or six-month stays at a second Revel location, where they will experience the same exceptional services, dining experiences and amenities they have come to expect, while enriching their lives through building new relationships and making new memories.
Interested in making Scottsdale your part-time home? Revel offers two distinct communities in Scottsdale. Revel Legacy is located in North Scottsdale near the mountains and the beauty of the Sonoran Desert. Revel Scottsdale is located in the heart of Scottsdale, close to Salt River Fields, where you can catch a spring training game, and all the restaurants and shopping that central Scottsdale has to offer. Learn more about our top recommendations of things to do and see in the Scottsdale area.
Sunny skies and lush Sonoran Desert create the perfect backdrop for outdoor activities and adventures like hiking, hot air ballooning, horseback riding, off-road tours, river rafting and more. Camelback Mountain is an iconic landmark, and Papago Park offers amenities including the Phoenix Zoo, Desert Botanical Gardens, baseball fields, a golf course and lagoons lined with palm trees. Looking to explore more of Arizona? Sedona and the Grand Canyon should be must-sees on your list.
Scottsdale boasts the best shopping in Arizona with more than 2,500 luxury retailers, one-off boutiques, and upscale malls. Old Town Scottsdale is home to dozens of gift shops, Native American jewelry stores and Scottsdale Fashion Square, the Southwest’s largest shopping destination. And in North Scottsdale, Kierland Commons Scottsdale Quarter delight shoppers with high-end stores in sunny outdoor settings.
Arts & Culture
The Scottsdale arts scene vibrates with a creative energy all its own. Experience art-driven events like the free weekly ArtWalk, Canal Convergence and Scottsdale Contemporary Month. Catch Broadway shows at the performing arts theaters. Take a walking tour of public art installations in Old Town. The Modern Instrument Museum is the world’s largest global musical instrument museum with a collection of approximately 16,000 instruments and music memorabilia from nearly 200 countries and territories.
There is no shortage of sports teams to check out in Scottsdale and Phoenix. The valley is home to a full lineup of professional and major league teams, including the Diamondbacks, Cardinals, Suns, Mercury and Coyotes. Locals and visitors alike can take in exciting college football games at Sun Devils Stadium in nearby Tempe. The Waste Management Phoenix Open at TPC Scottsdale is known as the “Greatest Show on Grass”. Cactus League Spring Training draws baseball fans from around the world, every March, and Phoenix has played host to the Super Bowl, NCAA finals and countless other special sporting events in recent years.
When you’re ready for a little pampering (or a lot), Scottsdale’s 50+ luxury resort and day spas are among the best you’ll find anywhere. These blissful dens of Zen will soothe you from head to toe with treatments and wellness therapies inspired by Sonoran Desert Botanicals, ancient Native American healing techniques and curative traditions from around the world. It’s the perfect recipe for relaxation.
With more than 200 golf courses in the Scottsdale area, a portfolio of luxury resorts and year-round sunny skies, it’s no wonder Scottsdale is known as The World’s Finest Golf Destination. Troon North, TPC Scottsdale Stadium, We-Ko-Pa and Grayhawk are popular with local and visiting golfers.
With more than 800 restaurants in Scottsdale from which to choose, there is something for every palate. One of the joys of visiting a new city is seeking out those one-of-a-kind, locally-owned restaurants that give you an authentic taste of the town. A few options beloved by locals are AZ-88, FnB and The Mission, in Old Town Scottsdale. Dining al fresco is one of Scottsdale’s favorite pastimes. Café Monarch, El Chorro and Lon’s at The Hermosa Inn offer delectable dining combined with beautiful settings.
Scottsdale’s year-round calendar of events is filled with everything from live music and art exhibitions to big-name excitement. The Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction draws a unique mix of spectators to the Valley every March. Passionate about food and wine? The Scottsdale Culinary Festival and Arizona Taco Festival are popular with locals and out-of-towners. Music lovers can take in the Innings Festival in February or the M3F Music Festival in March.
If you’re interested in making Scottsdale your part-time home, learn more about Revel Seasonal Residences here.