My Reservations :
Choice Privileges®
Customer Support

6347 E. Southern Ave., Mesa, AZ, US, 85206

  • Phone: (480) 807-7760
  • Fax: (480) 807-2646
3.4 out of 5 (82 reviews)
61% of guests recommend this hotel
Selected Favorite
  • Practical Information

    »Red Mountain Christian Center

    The Red Mountain Christian Center is more than just a church. It is devoted to community outreach programs like food drives and helping women in need. Worship here is also done through music, and many musical groups are organized. Members can also have a grub at the cafe within the center.

    740 North Power Road
    Mesa, AZ 85205


    Provides dependable vehicles for short or long-term rentals. Another Hertz located Royal Aviation.

    4766 East Falcon Drive
    Mesa, Arizona 85215

    »Wild Horse Ranch Rescue

    Wild Horse Ranch Rescue is a great non profit organization that helps and saves horses from abuse, suffering and deaths. Kim Meagher along with her children Nick and McKay founded this place in 1995, to contribute to the unconditional services for animals. They have a record of saving the lives of about 200 hundred horses and have adopted about 39 of them. If you wish to contribute or get more information, you can get in touch with them on the number or their website.

    11811 South Lindsay Road
    Gilbert, AZ 85296

    »Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport

    Though not as large as the Sky Harbor International Airport, Phoenix-Mesa Getaway Airport is certainly no less when it comes to servicing travelers. With extensive runways, parking lots and passenger terminals, formerly known as Williams Gateway Airport, it spells convenience. With more than 30 aviation companies currently operating from this airport, you can take a flight to various parts of the country. Moreover, hanger space is also available for corporate air-crafts. Easy access to rental cars too is an added advantage.

    5835 South Sossaman Road
    Mesa, AZ 85212


    A typical American town, Gilbert lies to southeast of the state capital. Recognized as a town in 1920, Gilbert's foundation can be credited to William Gilbert, after whom the town gets its name, who was instrumental in the construction of a railway line, completed in 1902, between Florence, AZ and Phoenix, AZ, which allowed for the Mormons to find this place and settle here. Over the years, the town has earned several awards and epithets, including being called 'one of the best places to live and learn', 'safest municipality in Arizona', and is placed at the 36th spot in the 'Best Places to Live 2010' survey done by CNN. Do pay a visit to this town and discover for yourself why it has gained such admiration. See the website to know more.

    Gilbert, AZ 85296

    »Sun Valley Community Church

    To do justice to your spiritual side, Sun Valley Community Church helps you get closer to god through prayers and service. They also offer their space for events and special gatherings. To know more about their services and regular mass timings, visit their website.

    456 East Ray Road
    Gilbert, AZ 85296

    »Broadway Recreation Center

    Broadway Recreation Center managed by the Mesa Association of Sports for the Disabled. This is a sport facility for the public offering an activity room, gymnasium and side courts. the Mesa Association of Sports for the Disabled organizes various events for the handicap which are held at this Center.

    59 East Broadway Road
    Mesa, AZ 85210

    »First United Methodist Church of Mesa

    First United Methodist Church of Mesa started out as a Sunday School for children in 1892. Located in the heart of Mesa, this is one of the oldest churches in the city which keeps its doors open for all. The Church houses a Family Life Center on its premises which hosts various cultural, sporting and business events.

    15 East First Avenue
    Mesa, AZ 85210


    As a settlement, the city of Mesa's history dates back 2,000 years, when the Hohokam people settled here and built the famous irrigation canals. After their mysterious departure, there were several groups of settlers that arrived in Mesa, and the city was registered in July 1878. Today, Mesa is the third largest city in Arizona and a hub for tourism. Among the attractions that bring visitors to the city are the Mesa Grand Ruins, Park of the Canals, Arizona Museum of Natural History and the LDS Mesa Arizona Temple. The city is also home to several prominent cultural venues like the Mesa Arts Center and the Mesa Amphitheater. Do visit the town's website to know more about Mesa.

    Mesa, AZ 85201

    »Mesa Convention Center

    Looking for a place to organize a meeting or a convention? Or a place where you want to hold some exhibition? Well look no further beyond this state-of-the-art Convention Center in Mesa. With thousands of feet of free meeting and exhibition space, Mesa Convention Center can surely accommodate a huge crowd with ease. Its close location to Phoenix airport is another advantage.

    263 North Center Street
    Mesa, AZ 85201

    »Centennial Hall

    Centennial Hall is located at the Mesa Convention Center. The main hall measures 15,00 square feet of open space, which is very suitable for trade shows, exhibitions, banquets, dances, concerts and theater events. The Mesa room has 4,000 square feet of space and can be accessed from the hall and can act as additional exhibition space when required. Catering to your event space requirements, for business meetings and conventions, this place is the ideal venue for every event.

    263 North Center Street
    Mesa, AZ 85201


    Provides no-hassle vehicle rentals to service all your travel needs. Another location at Sears at Superstition Mall.

    529 S Country Club Drive
    Mesa, Arizona 85210
    Earn valuable points toward free nights.