Make the Four Seasons Scottsdale Your Spring Training Home BaseFeb 20, 2023 09:54AM ● By Fran Miller
The annual ‘play ball’ desert pilgrimage is about to begin. While there are plenty of resort options closer to the spring training stadiums, none can compete with the Four Seasons Scottsdale at Troon North – and we all know that this annual journey is about much more than baseball. After months of cool temps, if you're craving warmth, sun, golf, and cocktails around a fire pit at sunset, here are five reasons why to hang your ball cap here.
Nestled into the foothills of Pinnacle Peak –
amid towering saguaro cacti – the Four Seasons is nearly camouflaged among the flora and fauna that surrounds the resort 210 luxuriously appointed adobe-style casitas. With spectacular mountain views, the setting is a grand-slam.
Who needs Don & Charlie’s or The Pink Pony when you’ve got four restaurants under one roof? From steak and seafood paired with a dramatic view, to American canteen fare served surrounded by game screens, to casual al fresco dining poolside, this property is a home run.
Need a little adult time? Kids for All Seasons has you covered. The supervised program for children ages 5 – 12 features movies, video games, foosball, ping-pong, arts and crafts, and board games. Your little rookie will likely say “put me in coach,” to the slew of evening and daytime activities such as desert hiking, scavenger hunting, and swimming.
Soak in the warm waters of the resort’s three pools as attendants serve cool towels. Workout in the state-of-the-art fitness center. Take a yoga class on the grand lawn overlooking the desert valley. Play a round on the coveted Troon North course. Indulge in a desert-themed spa treatment. Hike on the resort’s Pinnacle Peak trail, then star gaze into the clear night sky.
Scottsdale Fashion Square has it all, but if a retail adventure is out of your league, check out the Four Seasons lobby gift shop for curated gifts, resort apparel, beauty products, and more.