Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale at Troon North is located close to Estancia Golf Club, Troon North Golf Club, and Golf Club Scottsdale. Other area points of interest include Grayhawk Golf Club.
Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale at Troon North features a restaurant and a poolside bar. Room service is available 24 hours a day. Recreational amenities include an outdoor pool, a children's pool, outdoor tennis courts, a health club, and a spa tub. The property's full service health spa has body treatments, massage/treatment rooms, facials, and beauty services. This 5 star property has a business center and offers small meeting rooms and a technology helpdesk. Wireless and wired high speed Internet access is available in public areas (surcharges apply). The property has event space consisting of conference/meeting rooms and a ballroom. The property has an area shuttle, which is complimentary. Additional property amenities include a concierge desk, a children's club, and an arcade/game room.
188 air conditioned guestrooms at Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale at Troon North feature minibars and coffee/tea makers. Rooms are all accessible via exterior corridors. All accommodations have balconies. Beds come with signature bedding, down comforters, and premium bedding. Bathrooms feature separate bathtubs and showers, double sinks, makeup/shaving mirrors, and designer toiletries. Wired high speed and wireless Internet access is available for a surcharge. In addition to desks and complimentary newspapers, guestrooms offer cordless phones with voice mail. Flat screen televisions have premium cable channels, DVD players, and TV Internet access (surcharge). Rooms also include safes, ceiling fans, windows that open, and bathrobes. Guests may request refrigerators, microwaves, and in room massages. A nightly turndown service is offered and housekeeping is available daily.
Notifications and Fees:
Unless otherwise indicated, the charges below are not included in the overall room price. If not included in the overall room price, they will be charged by the property at check in or check out. Charges can vary, for example, based on length of stay or the room you book. This property told us they will charge you for the following:
- Resort fee: USD 28.73 per accommodation, per night
- Fitness center access
- Internet access (may be limited)
- In room coffee
- Self parking
The following fees and deposits are charged by the property at time of service, check in, or check out.
- Valet parking fee: USD 29 per night
The above list may not be comprehensive. Fees and deposits may not include tax and are subject to change.Desert luxury and family friendliness perfected Recently, my family had the opportunity to stay at the Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale at Troon North and all four of us jaded travelers were blown away by our experience. Many luxury resorts take steps to make sure each adult feels like a VIP while staying onsite, but few give kids the same royal treatment that they deserve. The Four Seasons has consistently proven to be the luxury family brand that my family puts on a pedestal and our time in Scottsdale helped reaffirm our beliefs. Overall, it is the little extra special touches that all added up to an extraordinary experience. Upon check-in, my kids were given stuffed coyotes (now named Wolfie and Batman) which now serve as permanent reminders of the vacation they spent in the desert. The special stones that the concierge had in a bin near her station were like treasure for my gemologists in training. A bellboy followed our car to our one bedroom casita, and helped us settle in to our spacious room with an incredible view of the rocky desert hillside which the resort buts up to. Inside every suite, including ours, is a telescope complete with custom constellation charts of the Arizona night sky which compliment the resort’s complimentary stargazing program. The Room The room featured two full bathrooms, one of which had a large sunken tub, and private outdoor shower. I attempted to use the outdoor shower (who wouldn’t!) but the cool late fall evening temperatures made for a chilly experience. I think that guests visiting during warm weather may find the experience more enjoyable. Luckily the indoor shower was quite nice! One nice touch offered at every Four Seasons resort I have had the pleasure of visiting is the complimentary children’s bath products as well as the kid’s names spelled out in sponge letters. It is beyond cute, quite practical (tear-free shampoo is always nice with kids), and makes the kids feel special. There are even pint-sized bathrobes hanging next to the adult robes in the closet. The room we stayed in had a large living area with a comfy pull-out couch (didn’t know that was even possible) and cozy fireplace, quickly becoming my kids favorite evening snuggle spot. The bedroom was large and the beds were very comfortable. The large walk-in closet was great for storing luggage and hanging clothes. Outdoors on our patio, there was a private hot pool as well as a southwestern-style outdoor fireplace. It was quite relaxing (and romantic) to spend time enjoying the roar of the fire or the warmth of the pool with my husband while my kids slept soundly at night. Having such a spacious and luxurious one bedroom room allowed us to experience a family vacation and a couple’s retreat at the same time- the best of both worlds. Kids For All Seasons My kids visited the complimentary Kids for All Seasons program twice during our stay and both times they begged and pleaded to stay longer. What child wouldn’t want to spend all day in a club that features foosball, ping pong, a video game room with individual plasma screen televisions and gaming systems, a movie theater with leather recliners and an old fashioned popcorn maker, arts and crafts galore, and even a Barbie dream house! To be honest, my husband and I found it impossible to leave without sneaking in a few games of ping pong ourselves. My often shy daughter chatted away with Richie, one of the staff members, giving him her life story while they bonded over coloring pictures of Disney princesses while my son was happy to play games all day long with his new found friends. Pool The pool is always a focal point for any traveling child, especially in a desert destination like Scottsdale. This resort features three pools- a large main pool with its stunning views of Pinnacle Peak, a smaller lower pool which is reserved for adult guests, and a shallow wading pool which is ideal for children who have yet to master the art of swimming. Since my kids are still perfecting their doggie paddles, my husband and I opted to relax in one of the complimentary cabanas while my children splashed to their heart’s content in the wading pool. Luckily, the fact that we left their pool toys at home was a non-issue because the Four Seasons had enough water noodles and dive rings stashed in a big teak chest to keep an entire pool full of kids happy. We even spotted a shaded infant flotation device which would have been a lifesaver for a young family who left theirs behind (been there, done that). The poolside menu offered all sorts of healthy yet tasty treats including custom made smoothies which my kids especially enjoyed. Unlike most resorts, the pool was actually quite good and the prices were not obscene. Dining Most restaurants will throw a box of 3 crayons and a paper menu with nothing but chicken fingers, hot dogs, cheese pizza, and macaroni and cheese (because evidently that is all kids eat) at kids and be done with it. Children dining at Talavera, the resort’s upscale but casual steakhouse, are in for a first class experience. They are presented menus shaped like cows or pigs with the different cuts of meat highlighted in a mosaic on one side and the dinner options on the other. Simply stated, it is the most adorable and creative children’s menu I have ever seen. Kids also receive paper chef’s hat and crayons to create their culinary fashion masterpiece. While mom and dad are in heaven indulging in melt-in-your-mouth bites of Wagyu flat iron and sinful gruyere mashed potatoes, the children can enjoy their own appropriately portioned filet of beef. After dinner, my kids put on their newly decorated hats and headed back into the kitchen to meet the chef and help put the finishing touches on their dessert. If that isn’t a VIP experience, I don’t know what is! Families looking for a casual dining experience should head to Crescent Moon. The restaurant features Modern Mexican cuisine with entrees such as deliciously rich lobster enchiladas and creative pasilla braised short ribs with chorizo mac ‘n cheese featured on the menu. Personally, I found the queso appetizer to be out of this world. And while the usual “safe” foods such as pizza are on the children’s menu, the focus is on dishes that compliment the adult menu such as carne asada tacos with rice and beans, as well healthy options like grilled salmon with rice and veggies (which my daughter left no trace of on her plate). The ambience was quite nice as well with outdoor seating, nice views of Pinnacle Peak, and crackling kiva fireplaces in the corners. Bottomline: I absolutely fell in love with this resort. The Southwestern adobe-style architecture blended seamlessly into the immaculate desert landscaping and surrounding hillsides dotted with Saguaro and cholla cacti. The rooms carried the upscale Southwestern atmosphere was carried into the rooms and common areas like perfection. The children’s program was top notch and my kids felt like VIPs the entire length of our stay. The staff was gracious, helpful, and not stuffy or pretentious. All in all, it was an incredibly memorable stay. My family has stayed at dozens of hotels and this one is definitely one of the best, if not the best, I have ever experienced. Disclosure: My family received a complimentary stay in order for me to complete this review and future stories for the blog. All opinions are unbiased and my own.