Scottsdale's Newest Hotel - Hotel Adeline
With all the construction going on with the home, Matt and I decided we both needed a break and so we booked a one night stay at the up-and-coming Hotel Adeline. I was very excited about our stay as it is maybe 10 minutes from Arcadia and I have passed it many times on my way to work. What I really like about this new hotel is their proximity to Old Town Scottsdale. Everything is a walking distance whether that be to shopping, food, bars, or night clubs.
If I could summarize my experience at Hotel Adeline I would say it was like staying in Palm Springs. All of the furniture and ambiance reminded me of an eclectic, 60's - 70's styled home with lots of palm trees and cabanas. Refreshing drinks to quench your thirst were joined by an upbeat music playlist going off at the pool. I know Hotel Adeline is going to be a real hit in the summer time.
If you're considering booking a stay here, here's a little secret: Book an even numbered room. You'll have a better view. :)
When we arrived to our room, we were pleasantly surprised with champagne and spiced popcorn. We felt right at home and immediately settled in.
What I love about this hotel is their attention to detail. I loved the sconed lighting beside our bed and the rounded mirrors. I definitely made a checklist of things to include in my own home, so thank you for the inspiration Hotel Adeline.
I want to talk about Good & Propers food menu. Aside from their super cool catchy name, My FAVORITE dish we had there, something I am craving this very moment, is the nachos. The nachos include sauteed vegetables, chips, and a drizzle of cheese. With an additional cost, we added filet steak. Let me just say, I've never had nachos like this. I didn't feel guilty eating it and it was amazing!! This dish is a total hit, and I will definitely be back for more.
I ordered the Berry Coconut water cocktail, and loved it. See photo below:
We ended our night on a poolside cabana, watching the sun set. Sometimes it's important to step away and check out for a bit. It's so easy to stay busy, like we take pride in how much we have to do. What's more impressive is learning how to check out when you need to.