Scottsdale Thunderbird Suites and the
Taliesin West in Scottsdale, Arizona, and Taliesin in Spring Green, Wisconsin, are considered two of Wright's greatest architectural masterpieces. Both sites served as his personal homes, studios and campus for his architectural school.
Both sites are considered central to understanding Wright's architectural genius. By visiting the sites visitors are able to broaden their appreciation of architecture and Wright's continuing contribution to it through his theories of organic design.
Visiting these two sites is particularly meaningful since the buildings are used for the purposes for which they were designed; the sites still serve as living, working, educational facilities with an on-site architectural firm.
As you enter our all-suites Scottsdale hotel lobby, you immediately sense that you are about to be included in a new and wonderful Scottsdale lodging experience. The Scottsdale Thunderbird Suites experience.
A warm and friendly Scottsdale lodging atmosphere and a smiling face from our resort front desk staff are just the first hints of what is in store for you during your stay with us at The Scottsdale Thunderbird Suites.
Scottsdale lodging seekers on business travel or leisure discover that The Scottsdale Thunderbird Suites offers the services and features to help you make the most of your stay while visiting Scottsdale, Arizona.
As part of your stay with us, included are a free bountiful hot breakfast, free wireless internet access in all the suites and the common areas, a heated pool, spa, 24 hour exercise room, our Silver Wings Full Service Restaurant and Lounge and more.
Our hotel lodging is located in the heart of north Scottsdale and two blocks from the upscale “main street” Kierland Commons for exquisite shopping and dining. We offer you many of the services and amenities that are found at larger Scottsdale lodging establishments at a fraction of the cost, yet with service only a smaller Scottsdale hotel can offer.
“The Best Lodging Value in the Best Part of Scottsdale”