Best Western Airport Inn

2425 S 24th Street, Phoenix, AZ 85034-6806
Phone: 602/273-7251   |   Fax: 602/273-7180   |   117 Rooms
Check Out Time: 12:00 PM   |   Check In: 4:00 PM   |   Online Reservations

Welcome to the Best Western Airport Inn!

The Best Western Airport Inn is the ideal venue for the business or leisure traveler to Phoenix. We are conveniently located one mile south of Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport and one mile from the car rental center. Our proximity to Sky Harbor International Airport and the neighboring car rental center is a big reason many guests choose our Phoenix hotel.

There are a few additional reasons to choose our hotel such as 24-hour shuttle to and from Sky Harbor Airport, free shuttle to Sky Train/Light Rail Connection at Sky Harbor Airport.

Amenities at our hotel include full service restaurant on site, serving breakfast (fees apply), lunch and dinner, swimming pool and hot tub, free Wi-Fi in all guest rooms, complimentary business center and complimentary Grab-n-Go coffee, bananas and crackers from 3 a.m.-noon.

Nearby attractions include shopping, restaurants, the Phoenix Convention Center, downtown Phoenix, downtown Tempe, Arizona State University, the University of Phoenix, the Desert Botanical Garden, the Phoenix Zoo, Chase Field and the US Airways Center.

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Best Western Airport Inn

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Conveniently located, the best western airport inn in Phoenix, Arizona is shown on the map. Detailed driving directions from popular points or nearby cities are listed below. For those with GPS, here you go:

Longitude: 33.425115  /  Latitude: -112.029405

 

Driving Directions to Hotel

 

From: The north. Traveling on Interstate 17 South, exit on University. Turn left and enter Interstate 10 West, exit at 24th Street. Turn left to the Best Western Airport Inn.

From: The west. Traveling on Interstate 10 East, take it to Interstate 17 South. Exit at University. Turn left and enter Interstate 10 West. Exit at 24th Street. Turn left to the Best Western Airport Inn.

From: The east. Traveling on Interstate 10 West, exit at 24th Street. Turn left to the Best Western Airport Inn.

From: Loop 202 West. Traveling on Loop 202 West, exit 24th Street. Turn left (south), the Best Western Airport Inn is three miles south, on your left. (We are one mile south of Sky Harbor Airport).

From: State Route 51. Traveling on State Route 51 South, take the Washington/Jefferson Street exit. Turn left at Jefferson, turn right at 24th Street to the Best Western Airport Inn.

From: Sky Harbor Airport. If driving from the airport, follow overhead "West Exit" signs to 24th Street. Turn left at 24th Street. The Best Western Airport Inn is one mile south, on your left.

Best Western Airport Inn

We care about the quality of your stay with us. Below are nearby attractions, shopping and restaurants that are popular with our guests. Listed locations are nearby with approximate distance listed where available.

Most Popular Area Attractions

Arizona Science Center

For a truly edifying experience, the Arizona Science Center in downtown Phoenix is an educational center that includes more than 300 hands-on exhibits, demonstrations, a planetarium and an IMAX Theater. With recent expansions, the center has over 142,000 square feet of gallery space to educate children and adults alike. Over the next few years, the Center will be expanding through the “Future of Education is Science” capital and endowment program.

The Arizona Science Center also offers camps, classes, adult programs, and hosts birthday parties and private events. The Center's Cafe offers a wonderful selection of sandwiches, salads and kid-friendly food, for refueling after a morning of exploring. While visiting Phoenix, enrich your mind and dazzle the brain.

Arizona State Capitol Museum

Located in downtown Phoenix, the Arizona State Capitol Museum has more than 20 exhibits showcasing the history of Arizona. The Museum does not charge for admission and the nearby parking is free – a nice bonus. The award-winning Museum Gift Store has a wonderful selection of books and items for purchase, to make your visit to Phoenix complete.

Current exhibits include: the “We the People of Arizona: Celebrating 100 years of the State Constitution,” “USS Arizona,” Road to Statehood and Artwork from the Capitol Museum Collection. After spending a day downtown, consider checking out any of the Phoenix nightlife spots.

Camelback Ranch

Enjoy a ballgame in Phoenix. Camelback Ranch is located on 141 acres in the Phoenix Sonoran desert suburb of Glendale. Spend an afternoon in the stadium to watch the Los Angeles Dodgers and Chicago White Sox play their Spring Training games. Camelback Ranch boasts to be the largest of all the facilities in the Cactus League.

This Phoenix facility is complete with 13 full baseball fields, 3 half-fields, 118,000 sq. ft of clubhouse space, 13,000 stadium seats, 3,000 lawn seats, 12 luxury suites, stocked lake and party deck. Visitors to the ballpark enjoy the games as well as the surrounding walking trails and mountain views. 

Chase Field

Chase Field in Downtown Phoenix

Visit Chase Field, Home of the Diamondbacks

Home of the Arizona Diamondbacks, Chase Field plays host to Major League Baseball as its primary purpose. Located in downtown Phoenix, Arizona, the field was opened in 1998 with its state of the art retractable roof.

The ballpark features suite levels, a kid’s zone and a pool pavilion available for rent during games. Concessions and team shops are located onsite with merchandise featuring Arizona’s star athletes and teams.

Conveniently located in downtown Phoenix, Chase Field can be easily accessed from the city’s growing light rail system. In addition to hosting Major League Baseball, Chase Field is a popular venue for other sporting events such as Supercross, Monster Truck racing, soccer and football.

Concerts, trade shows and special events are also commonly held at the field formerly known as Bank One Ballpark.

Desert Botanical Garden

Ideal during spring and summer, the Desert Botanical Garden has been educating visitors and exhibiting the native desert plant-life and environment for more than 70 years. The Garden encompasses 145 acres, 65 of which are under cultivation. The Desert Botanical Garden is proud to be the only botanical garden to be accredited by the American Association of Museums.

In addition to the self-guided tours, workshops, Desert Landscaper School and field trips, the Garden also hosts seasonal exhibits, special events, festivals and concerts. Located minutes from the Phoenix Zoo, Tempe Town Lake and other wonderful attractions, there's plenty to do in central Phoenix. Staying close to the action in Phoenix.

Gila River Arena

Make your way through the Phoenix metro area and head west to Glendale, home of the Gila River Arena. Opened in 2003, Gila River Arena was originally known as Glendale Arena and is the home of the Arizona Coyotes of the NHL. With a max capacity of 19,000, Gila River Arena also hosts various performances throughout the year. Drive in from Goodyear and check it out. 

You'll find Gila River Arena just off the 101 Freeway, and is just one part of the Westgate City Center. You'll also find nearby shopping, dining, and the University of Phoenix Stadium, home to the Arizona Cardinals of the NFL – right next door. Make your trip to Glendale during the fall and into the early spring to catch a Coyotes game – the NHL season runs from October through mid-April. 

Grand Canyon University

Valley of the Sun residents have a wide variety of colleges and universities to choose from. Students pursuing a Christian-based education, do so at Grand Canyon University. The university was established in 1949, as a not-for-profit higher education institution, by the Arizona Southern Baptists.

In 2004, this private university, located in Phoenix, became the first for-profit Christian based university in the country. The university is accredited through the Arizona State Private Post-Secondary Education, in addition to The Higher Learning Commission.

The 40,000 students achieve undergraduate and graduate degrees from the six colleges on campus, as well as through the online programs, in many fields of study. The student athletes, the Grand Canyon Antelopes, compete in the Western Athletic Conference in a variety of sports, including baseball, basketball, golf, softball, soccer and tennis. Enjoy your Phoenix area visit.

Heard Museum

An ideal family destination in Phoenix is the Heard Museum. Known as one of the “world's finest destinations for learning" and one of the first cultural attractions in Phoenix, it was founded in 1929. There are two locations in Phoenix, displaying American Indian Arts and exhibits on American Indian cultures. These “living museums” are recognized world-wide, for the quality of collections on display.

Both locations have a Cafe and a wonderful Museum shop with authentic artwork, jewelry, pottery, paintings, sculpture and weavings for purchase. With 10 exhibition galleries in the central Phoenix Museum and two galleries in the North Scottsdale Museum, visitors can spend all day admiring the displays. 

Maryvale Baseball Park

Visit the very impressive Maryvale Baseball Park to watch the Spring Training games for the Milwaukee Brewers baseball team. Located in Phoenix, the stadium features 10,000 seats and a grassy outfield berm for 1,000 lawn seats. The shaded concourse is a plus when watching the game. The stadium was awarded the "Architecture Accessibility Award" from the Mayor's office.

The on-site seven practice fields and team clubhouses are also available for minor league baseball programs and recreational league games. Bring the entire family to enjoy a Phoenix Cactus League baseball game. While in town for a game, make the most of the wealth of premier attractions, from dining to historic sites.

Peoria Sports Complex

Catch a ballgame in the Phoenix metro area. The Peoria Sports Complex is an entertainment venue for sports and special events, on 145 acres of land in central Phoenix. The stadium holds 11,000 people for a traditional function and 18,500 for a festival-type event. Its features include 12 full-size practice fields, four half-fields, eight covered major-league hitting tunnels, 12 minor league hitting tunnels and 30 practice mound galleries.

The two 40,00 square feet clubhouses, 400 lockers and training equipment are ideal for the Seattle Mariners and the San Diego Padres Spring Training baseball games. Phoenix events hosted at the complex include the Peoria Beer Festival, Arizona on the Move - 5K race, Hot Air Balloon events and Job Fairs. 

Phoenix Municipal Stadium

Enjoy a ballgame in Phoenix. Visit the Phoenix Municipal Stadium to watch a Spring Training game for the Oakland A's baseball team. The stadium has been home to the Oakland A's since 1982. Wilie Mayes christened the stadium, when he hit the first home run during a spring training game, upon its opening in 1964. The architectural character of this Phoenix stadium includes the accordion roof and the "Rock House," stone-faced administration building.

Located in central Phoenix, the stadium features 8,000 seats along with party suites and a patio for special events. Desert Dogs Fall League games, Men's Senior Baseball League World Series games, Little League games, National Adult Baseball Association World Series games and College Baseball games are all held at the stadium.

Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport

Established in 1935, the public Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) serves the Phoenix metropolitan area, and is one of the country's 10 busiest airports – hosting over 100,000 daily passengers. Encompassing over 3,000 acres, PHX features three terminals, and three runways. Owned by the City of Phoenix, PHX is a focus city for Southwest Airlines, and hub for Ameriflight, Great Lakes Airlines, and US Airways.

Travelers find everything they need at America's Friendliest Airport. If in the city without a vehicle, hop on one of the city buses or METRO light rail for a quick ride to PHX. Phoenix visitors in need of a parking space at Sky Harbor have more than 20,000 spaces from which to choose.

Phoenix Zoo

There are many ways for families to enjoy a stay in Phoenix. The Phoenix Zoo offers a variety of daily activities for family fun, in addition to the animal habitats. Popular activities include the camel rides, the petting zoo, Stingray Bay, the safari train and monkey village.

The Zoo hosts special events, family programs and activities throughout the year for family fun and education. Zoo members even have their own events. The Zoo is located in the heart of Phoenix, close to Tempe, Scottsdale, Papago Park and other Valley destinations and attractions. 

Salt River Fields at Talking Stick

Take in a ballgame in Scottsdale. Salt River Fields at Talking Stick is the spring training home to both the Arizona Diamondbacks and Colorado Rockies. The facility is the first of its kind to be built on Indian land in the country. The teams are partners with the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community.

This stadium and sports complex includes a ballpark stadium with a capacity for 11,000 fans, twelve practice fields, clubhouses for the Major and Minor League teams and team offices. Enjoy cheering on your favorite team as you gaze at the incredible views of the McDowell Mountains, Superstition Mountains, Four Peaks Mountains and Camelback Mountain, surrounding the Phoenix valley. 

Surprise Stadium

Just one of the many Spring Training sites in Arizona, Surprise Stadium is the spring home to the Texas Rangers and Kansas City Royals. Located in the beautiful Phoenix suburb of Surprise, the stadium holds 10,500 baseball fans on its recreation campus.

Visit the campus to watch baseball or bring a racket for a great game of tennis on one of the 25 tennis courts. There's table tennis and racquetball too.

The Surprise Aquatic Center is a great family attraction with waterslides and swimming pools. The Community Park features a fishing lake, basketball courts, volleyball courts and a wonderful playground. Stay close to the action in a convenient Goodyear or Phoenix area.

Taliesin West

An iconic Arizona attraction, Taliesin West began as a personal home and studio for Frank Lloyd Wright in 1937. Today, a variety of tours are offered to see first-hand, how Wright incorporated the desert with indoor spaces and his philosophies and theory of design. Educational programs continue today through the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation's programs.

Depending on the tour, you can see the terraces, gardens and walkways that link together the Cabaret Theater, Music Pavilion and Wright's office. Or, view the newly restored living space, the Garden Room and sit in the Wright-designed furniture. Taliesin West is located in the foothills of the McDowell Mountains in Scottsdale. Stay close to Phoenix area attractions, events, and restaurants.

Talking Stick Resort Arena

Originally opened in 1992, Talking Stick Resort Arena underwent a major renovation project in 2004. The arena is a central part of Phoenix’s downtown scene and a hub for entertainment in the valley of the sun. The Phoenix Suns of the NBA have called this arena home since it opened in 1992 to replace their former home at the Coliseum.

In addition to basketball games, the venue hosts concerts with acts such as Lady Gaga, Rush and Pink. Cirque du Soleil and Disney on Ice hold shows at Talking Stick Resort Arena as well. The arena features Verve Energy nightclub, Coors Light Zone and APS Gorilla Greenhouse for kids, making it an ideal venue for family fun. Basketball fans can avoid the hassle of parking or commuting to the arena in Phoenix by taking the newly built light rail system.

University of Phoenix Stadium

Home of the NFL's Arizona Cardinals, the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona is unique with it's retractable roof and field – a design unlike any other stadium in America. The stadium hosts over 90 events per year, with 63,400 permanent seats, luxury lofts, and lounges. The 160,000-square-foot exhibit space allows for concerts, consumer shows, motorsports, rodeos, soccer, basketball and of course, football.

The stadium is conveniently located off of State Route 101 – 15 minutes from downtown Phoenix and adjacent to Gila River Arena and the Westgate City Center – a retail and entertainment complex.

Local Area Recreation Opportunities

  • Sauna
  • 3.00 mile(s) from Raven at South Mountain Golf
  • 5.00 mile(s) from Legacy Golf
  • 6.00 mile(s) from AMC Esplande 14 movie complex
  • 9.00 mile(s) from Fiddlesticks, family fun place
  • 10.00 mile(s) from Big Surf
  • 13.70 mile(s) from Firebird Raceway
  • 14.50 mile(s) from Rawhide Western Town
  • 16.00 mile(s) from Castles N' Coasters
  • 20.00 mile(s) from Phoenix International Raceway
  • 25.00 mile(s) from Scottsdale TPC Golf, site of the FBR/Phoenix Open

Nearby Restaurants

  • Fine dining on premises
  • Adjacent to Rodehouse Restaurant, full service, American, open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner
  • 3.50 mile(s) from Applebees, bar/lounge, American, open for: lunch, dinner
  • 3.50 mile(s) from I HOP, full service, American, open for: breakfast, dinner
  • 4.00 mile(s) from Alice Cooperstown, pub, American, open for: lunch, dinner, Hours of Operation: Monday - Thursday, 11:00AM - 9:00PM; Friday & Saturday, 11:00AM - 10:00PM*; Closed on Sundays; (*Open later for post-game dinner and drinks.) www.alicecooper.com Telephone: 602-253-7337 Fax: 602-253-4866

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