The Gainey Experience
Why stay at Gainey Suites Hotel Scottsdale?
With so many choices of luxury hotels in Scottsdale, they can all appear to look the same. Gainey Suites Hotel sets itself apart from the chain-style hotels with a uniquely distinctive upscale tone, yet in a more intimate and relaxed ambiance and a passionate devotion to personalized service. Here, the experience is all about you.
a top rated scottsdale hotel
See why we are presently ranked one of the "Top 3" Scottsdale hotels on TripAdvisor.com. Enjoy our stylish and newly upgraded spacious suites decorated in warm desert hues with distinctive furnishings and artful accessories, featuring the wonderful new Gainey Suite Dreams Bed with opulent 300 thread-count linens, plush down featherbed and blanket with four dreamy soft pillows and distinctive framed padded faux leather headboard. You’ll also find elegant marble baths with 5-way adjustable “mist to massage” showerheads, and “Bath & Body Works” amenities. Relax with HDTVs, i-Home stereo clock radios with i-Phone dock, and Free Wi-Fi throughout the property, new custom made trestle style work desks with power/charging hubs, faux leather task chairs, porcelin lamps, and laptop size safes for your valuables. All suites also have fully equipped residential style kitchens with rich new cabinetry and stainless stell appliance ensembles and dining areas accented with granite countertops.
A Great Value
There are No Resort Fees and the nightly room rate includes a full hot complimentary breakfast buffet serving Starbuck’s Coffee and evening reception with hot & cold appetizers, salad, crudite, dry snacks, beer, wine, and soft drinks, with a menu that changes daily and is served 7 days/week. You can also stay connected with Free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel. We also have a courtesy shuttle available to go within a 5 mile radius from 7 am to 6 pm daily.
The Best Part of Scottsdale
We are located in the exclusive and oasis like Gainey Ranch neighborhood in the heart of all that makes Scottsdale a world class destination, equidistance on Scottsdale Rd. from both the bustling Scottsdale Fashion Square, Waterfront, and Old Town arts & entertainment district to the south… and the vibrant Kierland Commons and the upbeat Scottsdale Quarter to the north. You’ll also find wonderful walking and running trails winding through Gainey and McCormick Ranch past golf courses, parks, and lakes, on streets lined with citrus and palm trees away from congestion and traffic.
Just Steps Away… Shop, Dine, Spa, Golf
Next door to the Shops-Gainey Village you’ll find a collection of great restaurants that include the Village Tavern, a local favorite, the upscale experience of Cask 63 American Eatery & Wine Bar, SOI4 Bangkok Eatery – named "Best Thai Restaurant" by the Arizona Republic, Chez Vous – a French creperie, Paradise Bakery, the Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, and the newest watering hole, the Downside Risk, along with unique boutiques. Pamper yourself at the Scottsdale chic Rolf’s Salon or The Spa & Health Club at Gainey Village just around the corner or tee it up at some of the best golf courses in the Valley of the Sun!
an independent, locally owned and operated hotel
At Gainey Suites Hotel we answer only to you, our most valued guest and customer! We offer a unique, upscale and more intimate personalized alternative to the larger resorts and the chains. Our GSH family wants only to make you feel “completely relaxed and at home with us, while you’re away from home” and to make your stay a wonderfully memorable experience!
Gainey Ranch Scottsdale… The Story of Gainey Ranch From Equines to Fine Wines
The year was 1939. Scottsdale's northern boundary extended only to Camelback Road. America's most legendary architect, Frank Lloyd Wright, had just created his "Taliesin West" in the Arizona desert, now in the heart of north Scottsdale.
Daniel C. Gainey, the owner of Josten's Department store in Owatonna, Minnesota was presented with a yearling Arabian colt by his employees at their annual sales meeting in Scottsdale. Enamored with both the beauty of the animal and the Arizona desert, Gainey acquired a 640-acre parcel of land north of the unincorporated area of Scottsdale. It was appropriately named "Gainey Ranch". His passion for these creatures of classic stature, grace, and elegance led to a four-decade love affair during which he created his own pedigree, "The Gainey Fountainhead Arabian Horse".
In 1962, the Gainey family acquired 1,800 acres in the Santa Ynez Valley, 24 miles north of Santa Barbara, California. That acquisition later fulfilled another passion of the Gainey family, a dream to create a world-class wine. The dream became a reality in 1983 when Gainey and his son, Daniel J. Gainey, began planting of premium varietal grapes and the construction of a magnificent winery called "The Gainey Vineyard". The family's tradition of excellence has led to a group of widely acclaimed and stylistically distinctive wines.
In 1980, the Gaineys sold all but 80 acres of the Gainey Ranch. Consistent with the family's vision, the storied Arabian horse ranch was transformed to a world-class destination featuring a Hyatt resort hotel, 27 acres of golf, high quality residences and offices blended into a lush landscaped setting. Gainey Ranch became the crown jewel of Scottsdale.
It was one bright summer day in May 1995 when Daniel J. Gainey stood upon the remaining 80 acres of ground, talking with Scottsdale's most pre-eminent developers. The land was still a working ranch stocked with purebred Angus cattle, but Gainey was seeking a vision for the development of the coveted 80 acres. At that moment a concept took hold: to build a "distinctively different" luxury all-suites hotel surrounded by shops, boutiques, restaurants, a world-class spa and health club and offices. Gainey embraced the concept and sold the land to the developers in 1997. That hotel is now the Gainey Suites Hotel.
As you relax and savor a glass of wine on our terrace patio one lovely Arizona evening, keep in mind that your visit to Gainey Ranch is part of the tradition that celebrates Daniel C. Gainey’s love for Scottsdale and the fine southwestern lifestyle that began here over sixty years ago. Enjoy!