The soon-to-be home of the new luxury Shea Signature development, Azure, the small, affluent town of Paradise Valley - often referred to as Arizona’s ‘jewel in the desert’ - is home to the country’s most lavish homes.
While the town of Paradise Valley itself may not be large in size, it most certainly is well-stocked with many attractions such as luxurious spas, resorts, golf courses, and five-star dining.
The best way to experience everything which Paradise Valley has to offer is by taking a closer look into just what draws so many to acquire their own little slice of paradise. So, without further ado, here’s your guide to Paradise Valley in all its glory.
Best place to get a coffee:
According to Yelp reviewers, if you’re not getting a coffee and a scoop of fresh gelato from Crave Cafe then you’re not doing it right.
Best spot to grab a bite to eat:
Riddled with many fine dining and casual spots to grab a bite, a few notable restaurants include Hearth ‘61 located in the Mountain Shadows resort and winner of OpenTable’s Diners’ Choice award, Elements, which is conveniently located within the Camelback Mountain Resort and Spa.
Best spots to kick your feet up:
Who doesn’t love a day at the spa? Paradise Valley is home to many low-key and luxury spas. Most notable being the Sanctuary Camelback Mountain Resort and Spa and the Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia.
Best place to sip on a cocktail… or two:
With an extensive list of signature cocktails, locals and tourists alike eventually always find themselves enjoying a cocktail or two while sitting on the beautiful patio at Lon’s Lost Drop Bar.
Best place to network:
Being a part of a community can make transitioning to a new area or neighborhood that much easier. New Paradise Valley residents can turn to the Paradise Valley Country Club for a membership for this exclusive club of distinguished community members.
There’s no doubt that if you find yourself moving to Paradise Valley, you’ll be pleasantly surprised with the many spots this small, affluent neighborhood has to offer to its residents.
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