The McCormick Scottsdale Reopens

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As part of multi-million dollar investments by Millennium Hotels and Resorts across many of its 14 North American properties, the brand has reopened The McCormick Scottsdale, formerly Millennium Resort and Villas Scottsdale, following a six-month renovation.

A lakeside retreat, The McCormick Scottsdale is set on the shores of Camelback Lake, less than half an hour from downtown Phoenix and three miles from Old Town Scottsdale. The hotel is minutes from two championship 18-hole golf courses at The McCormick Ranch Golf Club.

As part of the hotel-wide changes, all 125 guest accommodations along with public spaces including the lobby, outdoor pool and Diamondbacks Lounge were upgraded.

Accommodations come complete with private balcony or patio area overlooking Camelback Mountain, palm tree lined courtyards, or Camelback Lake and McCormick Ranch Golf Club.

Two new poolside cabanas along with new lounge chair cushions throughout the pool area offer a lively pop of color while over at Diamondbacks Lounge, guests will experience a refreshed, laid-back ambiance with lounge seating and a large copper-top table for communal dining.

The renovation of The McCormick Scottsdale solidifies our commitment to our North American portfolio, said Matthew T. Mrozinksi, President, North America. Our newly-refreshed property is the only lakeside hotel in the beautiful city of Scottsdale and we look forward to welcoming our guests back just in time for the fall season.

From now through 30 November 30, guests can experience the new rooms at The McCormick Scottsdale by taking advantage of the Fall Into Autumn package with 10% off Best Flexible Rates, 10% off Food & Beverage and complimentary Wi-Fi.


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