Comfort Inn West
1344 N. 27th Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85009
Phone: (602) 415-1623
Fax: (602) 415-1838
1344 N. 27th Ave., Phoenix, AZ, US, 85009
- Phone: (602) 415-1623
- Fax: (602) 415-1838
At Westworld Xtreme Pursuit Paintball, more than 30,000 square feet are available for playing shoot-em-up in air-conditioned comfort. Professional referees, field props and specialized lighting systems are featured. Both beginners and professional players are both welcome to pursue opponents. Player orientation is provided.
Wesley Bolin Memorial Plaza pays tribute to lost veterans of several wars including the World Wars, Korean Conflict, Vietnam and the more recent Desert Storm. Encompassing two square blocks, adjacent to the State Capitol Museum, this park features a number of memorial monuments including the anchor of USS Arizona that sunk at Pearl Harbor. Frequently hosting local festivals such as the Fabulous Phoenix 4th, this entry-free park is also a hot-spot for political gatherings.
Named for the Spanish word for "enchanted," this mid-city emerald oasis lives up to its name. 200 acres of no-fee picnic areas and nature trails afford family entertainment. Minutes away from the business district, it is a great place to bring your lunch. For the kids, there is an amusement park called the Enchanted Island, a playground and a swimming pool for their entertainment. Older kids and adults enjoy lighted basketball courts, handball and racquetball courts, softball field, urban fishing, and paddleboats or canoes. Find golf nearby at the Encanto municipal golf course, or the Executive Length course.
Located at Encanto Park, this oasis is designed for family and kids. Look out for oohs and aahs from the little ones as you stroll round the island featuring ducks and swans. Enjoy happy rides on the train or carousel guaranteeing a fun-filled adventure. Prices are reasonable and all-day passes are available, depending on height.
The roots of this academic facility are based in the history of the Phoenix Union High School District, which established it in 1920. It has been in its present location since 1939. Now serving about 12,000 students a semester under the umbrella of the Maricopa County Community College District, it has come a long way since the first enrollment day, when the student body consisted of 18 scholars. The campus itself consists of 25 buildings on 52 acres in the heart of the Valley of the Sun. Proud of the cultural diversity and heritage of its student body, this facility has always established strategies to meet the needs of its students. The school offers AA, AGS and AAS certificates and degrees in a wide range of academic areas. It has received national recognition for many of its programs, which include dental hygiene, mathematics and administration of justice.
The First Presbyterian Church in Phoenix region of Arizona occupies tremendous monumental value. It was constructed in 1927, and has adapted the Mission/Spanish Revival style of architecture. The site is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Also known as the Ro Ho En, the Japanese Friendship Garden is a peaceful retreat in Phoenix. Termed as a stroll garden, it boasts of over 50 plant varieties surrounded by stream and Koi ponds. The spectacular garden often hosts local events and festivals. The garden also welcomes volunteers looking to contribute towards the welfare of the environment and learn more about gardening.
Comerica Theatre is a state-of-the-art entertainment venue designed for concerts, Broadway shows, family stage shows, boxing and convention meetings. Seating can vary from 1900 to 5000 for concerts, and 5500 for sporting or corporate events. This theater combines a classic, fully rigged Broadway stage with the brilliance of modern arena technology. Past performers include Marc Anthony, Hilary Duff, The Killers and Al Green. Wrestling match-ups also take place on a frequent basis at this venue.
Located in the heart of Phoenix, Playhouse on the Park is housed on the ground floor of the famous Viad Tower, itself a Phoenix landmark. The statuettes and fountains dotting the the landscaped Playhouse on the Park are a perfect backdrop to the variety of performances that are held in the park. With its convenient location and excellent facilities it has always been a favorite with event organizers.
This no-fee inner-city park offers a grassy area for picnics, a playground area, restrooms, sand volleyball pits and a full lighting system. This facility is frequently used for a variety of activities and events such as the annual Arizona Book Festival and the Light the Night walk for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Plenty of free parking is available and while you're here, why not check out the Burton Barr Library? It's just north of the park and offers quiet spots for reading.
Visiting this library is certainly an experience. Will Bruder's open and spacious building affords a calming effect through the main floor's reflecting pool. Glass-walled elevator swiftly services five floors here. The children's area offers soft, comforting places to read while discovering special friends within bound covers. Other rooms of interest include the Arizona Room for historical information as well as the Rare Book Room. Looking for a perfect place out-of-doors to sit down with your newfound escape? Simply walk a short distance north to the Margaret T. Hance Park.
Located in the center of Phoenix, the Orpheum Theater is one of the oldest historic venues in the city. Built in 1929, the Spanish Baroque-style building underwent major transformation after its purchase by the city of Phoenix in 1984. The theater reopened in January 1997 and continually hosts performances. The building itself listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The venue seats 1,400 and is currently used for civic events, performing arts and touring productions featuring dance, theater and music concerts. Ticket prices vary; call the Civic Plaza Box Office at +1 602 262 7272 for details.