Resort in Paradise Valley Now Open
Offers Mid-Century Style, Modern
Luxury & Matchless Scenery
Paradise Valley, AZ – April
2017 / Newsmaker Alert / Known
as a landmark property in the 1960s and 1970s, Mountain
Shadows has made its long-awaited return to serene Paradise Valley,
10 minutes from Downtown Scottsdale. The highly anticipated, $100-million
new resort, is now open in the shadow of Camelback Mountain. The project
is 12 years in the making and is the first resort to open in Paradise Valley
in eight years.
original Mountain Shadows opened in 1959, setting the benchmark for desert
luxury before Paradise Valley was even incorporated. Rebuilt from the ground
up through a partnership between Westroc Hospitality and Woodbine Development
Corporation, the new resort features 183 guest rooms, a presidential suite
facing Camelback, a full-service restaurant, two 75-foot pools, a high-tech
fitness facility offering yoga and other classes, a golf course and grill,
as well as 37,500 square feet of indoor and outdoor event space.
Shadows is a complete new build with modern architecture and sleek design
features, with thoughtful details throughout that honor the original resort
and the rich history of Paradise Valley. Design elements include floor-to-ceiling
glass, butterfly roofs, furnishings inspired by mid-century modernism,
and an abundance of outdoor spaces that highlight the resort’s stunning
views. Museum-quality art exhibitions at The Gallery at Mountain Shadows
showcase unique original works, all with a connection to Arizona.
by notable executive chef Charles Wiley, Hearth ‘61 welcomes Valley locals
and visitors alike, to experience ingredient-driven American cuisine and
inventive cocktails. It seeks to become the social crossroads of Paradise
Valley, its name coming from the year the town was incorporated and the
hearth oven that imparts smoky flavor to many dishes, including a featured
roast of the day. The restaurant’s open design, exhibition kitchen, sunken
living room lounge and expansive bar area are warm and inviting.
by renowned golf course architect Forrest Richardson, The Short Course
is a quick play featuring 18 par-3 holes. It is among only a handful of
high-end, resort par-3 courses in the U.S. featuring a full 18 holes. The
views of Camelback and Mummy Mountains, along with the scenic desert surroundings,
make the course a true destination. It also includes an innovative bonus
hole dubbed The Forrest Wager and a practice putting green.
outdoor seating, indoor lounge space and a pool table, Rusty’s offers refreshing
drinks and a creative take on traditional American fare. It’s the ideal
place to settle a bet made at The Forrest Wager or to pick up the latest
golf gear and apparel. The name honors real estate legend Rusty Lyon, father
of Westroc Hospitality CEO Scott Lyon.
and Event Space
12,500 square feet of bright indoor space and 25,000 square feet of scenic
outdoor space, Mountain Shadows is a perfect destination for group events,
from luxurious corporate retreats to intimate weddings and other celebrations.
Venues include fully appointed boardrooms and grand ballrooms with geometric
lighting, pristine lawns, and the 4,000-square-foot Camelback Overlook
rooftop deck with unparalleled mountain views.
is the new boutique resort in Paradise Valley, Arizona, between Phoenix
and Scottsdale. Set in the shadow of iconic Camelback Mountain, it features
desert modern design, 183 guest rooms, a luxury wing with 42 condominiums
and suites, a restaurant with an exhibition kitchen, two pools, a high-tech
fitness facility, a fully revamped 18-hole short course with a golf grill
and lounge, and 37,500 square feet of indoor and outdoor event space.