Pretty chic, huh?
Psychedelic hallway, man.
Anyone want to go cycling?
The mix of patterns and colors felt warm and inviting, not overdone or too busy.
And I love that the hotel is pet-friendly. As a pet owner, I appreciated the grassy area located behind the hotel and down a hallway beside the elevator where they could frolic and take care of business. The space comes complete with a handy waste bag dispenser too. It's a bit odd since this area is located right behind a bunch of sliding glass doors that lead to hotel rooms, but the curtains were always closed when I was out there with my dogs so it was never a problem.
The dog area. It's always nice to have one.
Always helpful. Always.
Don't you just want to chill by that pool?
I appreciated this at night so I didn't have to trek right through the lobby to let them out or venture too far from the property when it was dark outside. The area also leads to the hotel pool, but that wasn't a problem either.
The room featured a balcony where I could sit outside with them. My dog's favorite feature was the comfy chair covered in fabric. I loved sitting with them there too.
Rocket gettin' comfy.
Autumn in front of the mod-looking table top.
The only words needed to describe this: Southwestern, collegiate chic.
Rocket looking patriotic.
I wish I owned this pillow.
Gotta love that art.
I want this lamp too.
Room keys made to look like IDs. Plus, I love that old school library card holder.
Best of all was the hotel's location. It's across the street from ASU, less than a mile from the heart of Tempe--Mill Avenue--has two on-site restaurants and is right in front of a quiet and cute neighborhood. I loved being able to walk my dogs in this area. It made me and (probably them) feel right at home.
I loved walking down this charming, tree-lined street.
Let's all hope that the hottest hotels continue to allow dogs. Pet owners shouldn't have to miss out on the fun.
Please note: My stay was paid for as part of a press trip. Thoughts are my own.