Phoenix used to be America’s Cancun. You’d fly in and check into a resort, where you’d presumably spend the next three days sipping 1,000-calorie daiquiris poolside, along with a cohort of divorcees on Eat, Pray, Love-esque journeys.
Condé Nast Traveler today announced the results of its 30th annual Readers’
There’s more to the desert city than resorts and retirees. Here’s how to spend an eventful three days in and around Arizona’s surprisingly sophisticated capital.
Historically overlooked by traveling aesthetes, the town’s burgeoning creative set is finally being recognized. Modern Phoenix Week, which wrapped up in April, highlighted the Southwestern city beyond its famous manicured resorts.