POOLSIDE PARADISE Luxury lounging at local cabanas
From staple resorts with a longstanding history to buzzworthy boutique swim clubs, Scottsdale is known as a premier destination for soaking up the sun. As temperatures soar, there’s no better way to relax than poolside in a private cabana.
BY JORDAN MORENO
Senna House Located within arms’ reach of the energetic pulse of Old Town, Senna House is a desert modern beauty. Join the Sonora Swim Club’s inaugural pool season with a super luxe cabana on the rooftop pool deck. The club’s cabanas glimmer with urban lifestyle luxury from wall to wall. In addition to killer views, cabana rentals come with towel service, a dedicated server and a food and beverage credit for the resort’s signature restaurant Cala. Starting at $400 per day. www.thesennahouse.com. Fairmont Scottsdale Princess Ideal for families and honeymooners alike, the North Scottsdale resort is dotted with some of the most dynamic and inviting pools in the city. Natural desert elements are incorporated throughout the cabanas, which are adorned with wooden slats, a hollowed saguaro coffee table and turf under your toes. Cabanas come with freshly cut fruit, nonalcoholic beverages, and a dedicated server. Starting at $300 per day. www.scottsdaleprincess.com. The Phoenician The Phoenician’s Mother of Pearl Pool’s hand-laid Mother of Pearl tile sets a luxurious poolside vibe. Original to the resort – which opened in 1988 – the pool showcases iconic Camelback Mountain as a backdrop. The cabanas feature an indoor corner sofa for four, a flat-screen satellite TV, complimentary beverages, two lounge chairs, a dedicated service team, and guest’s choice of one of the Phoenician’s classic food and beverage amenities. Starting at $325. www.thephoenician.com. Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale Nestled inside Troon North, this desert sanctuary offers a luxury cabana at its adults-only Serenity pool that’s sure to impress. The Luxury cabana, which seats up to six guests, features open air sides for sunning, complimentary appetizers and cocktails, a dedicated server and poolside temptations like chilled oshiboro towels and icy treats. Cabanas are available to rent for overnight resort guests. $425 per day. www.fourseasons.com. Mountain Shadows Lounge away at Mountain Shadows in one of eight private, shaded cabanas while enjoying breathtaking mountain views and two sparkling 75-foot pools. Cabanas feature exclusive privacy thanks to sprawling green vines between crisp white slats and showcase ultra-modern lounge seating, a television, a mini fridge, and bottle service. Starting at $295 per day. www. mountainshadows.com. The Scott Resort & Spa A nod toward Hemingway’s Havana, the cabanas at The Scott are trendy meets Old World Charm. The resort has two sprawling outdoor pools, each surrounded by lush gardens. The cabanas have food and beverages provided by The Canal Club; “sun kits” which include sunscreen, lip balm, and sunglasses; a gorgeous daybed; and a Chandon Bucket for four guests. Starting at $250. www.thescottresort.com.
So Scottsdale! July ‘22