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Mountain Shadows Resort & Spa


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hether guests are seeking luxury resort residence — including studio, one-bedroom


and two-bedroom studio suites that offer full kitchens, private outdoor spaces and in-unit laundry — or guestrooms, they will find virtually every type of hospitality they request, all within the ultra-chic yet very comfortable environment at Mountain Shadows. When guests are not relaxing in


their suites or guestrooms (each of which are brand new), they will likely be found on the resort’s par-3, 18- hole course, appropriately named The Short Course. Designed by Arthur Jack Snyder in 1961, the course has recently been redesigned by one of Mr. Snyder’s students, Forrest Richardson. “It needed a new life, and it needed


to fit with Mountain Shadows’ new resort,” explained Tom McCahan, director of golf and club operations for The Short Course. “Everything was


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rebuilt, leading to new greens, bunkers and a whole new set of holes.” Upon enjoying the new layout,


guests will typically dine at Hearth ’61, an upscale restaurant that celebrates the history of Paradise Valley, which became an incorporated town in 1961. Featuring local and organic ingredients, the restaurant — overseen by highly respected chef Charles Wiley — was named one of the “Best New Restaurants of 2017” by PHOENIX Magazine. Rusty’s Lounge is another option that is less formal “A stay at Mountain Shadows


is certainly a fun experience,” McCahan added. “From the views of Paradise Valley to the renovated course and new resort, every guest will find something they enjoy.” Yes, and being on the dark side of Camelback Mountain is not necessarily a bad thing when the heat is blazing, correct?


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Mountain Shadows Resort & Spa Guests at this newly reimagined resort save 20 percent on golf at The Short Course, plus discounted room rates that start at $129 per night. The special rate includes accommodations, all resort fees and complimentary cocktail upon arrival. Discover Mountain Shadows


at 5445 E. Lincoln Drive, Scottsdale. (480) 624-5400. www.mountainshadows.com.


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