ADERO joins the list of the best hotels in the world | Business
Seven months after making its Scottsdale debut, ADERO Scottsdale was named one of the best new Condé Nast Traveler hotels in the world.
“We are extremely grateful to have been named one of the world’s best new hotels in the 2021 Condé Nast Traveler Hot List,” CEO Dieter Schmitz said of the coveted spot. “It is an honor to receive several awards in our first year.”
Condé Nast Traveler’s full list of 2021 winners includes 69 hotels around the world, from Villa Copenhagen in Denmark to Tuba Club in Marseille, and have been endorsed by Traveler’s international network of correspondents.
“Despite enormous difficulties in the travel industry, exceptional properties have continued to open up across the world,” Condé Nast Traveler wrote in a press release. “As we begin to emerge into a new world of travel after a year marked by lockdowns, these are the most exciting new addresses on the planet to book for the year ahead.”
Opened in October, the 177-room ADERO Scottsdale not only boasts the right to boast of being the only resort in the area in a certified Dark Sky community, but also boasts one of the best views in the state.
These views include Four Peaks and the McDowell Mountain Range.
A Marriott International Autograph Collection hotel, ADERO Scottsdale has been years in the making and offers a modern guest experience.
The six-story resort includes 16 oversized suites; and all rooms are outfitted with the latest technology, custom furnishings, a design palette that reflects the colors of the state’s famous sunrise, trail-inspired dream catchers, and expansive balconies.
Owner-developer Bill Hinz said location plays an important role in developing the ADERO brand, identity and offerings.
For example, the resort, which spans 17 acres, is named after the nearby Adero Canyon.
“With endless desert terrain allowing for year-round adventure, we wanted to create a place where flora and fauna, local community and culture intersect with guest experience through convenient programming and superior service. Hinz said.
In addition, ADERO has two heated swimming pools, a terrace, an event lawn, a Four Peaks terrace, night markets with local vendors, a boutique spa, a wellness studio. Ultramodern 5,000 square foot equipped with Peloton bikes and 16,800 square feet of indoor and outdoor meeting space.
“With easy access to 55,000 acres of hiking and biking trails crisscrossing the Saguaro-Sonoran landscape, days at the new Adero Scottsdale are made for outdoor adventures,” writes David Duran in May’s Condé Nast Traveler. June.
“But it’s after the seemingly always bright Arizona sunset that things get really exciting.”
Of course, a resort is not complete without a signature restaurant.
CIELO, which means “Heaven,” is a farm-to-table restaurant in Heaven that offers an elevated dining experience and plenty of outdoor seating.
“It is an honor to receive the recognition of several awards during our first year,” said Schmitz.
“This recognition is a reflection of our dedicated staff who go above and beyond to provide exceptional service and unique experiences to travelers and our local community.”
Other resorts and hotels in the Scottsdale area that made it to the Condé Nast Traveler Hot List included Andaz Scottsdale Resort & Bungalows in 2017.
Local hotels and resorts on the Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice price list, however, include the Hermosa Inn, the Valley Ho Hotel, the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess, and the Boulders Resort and Spa.
ADERO joins Autograph Collection’s diverse and dynamic portfolio of more than 180 independent hotels.
Full development was led by Allen + Philp Partners Architecture and Interior Design, MONOGRAM Hospitality Interiors at BBGM, Epiphany brand agency and hotel and resort management Aqua-Aston Hospitality group.