They have an awesome new pastry chef! Her name is Samantha and her new desert menu is out of this world!!
Best Luxury Hotel Phoenix 2010 - Sanctuary Camelback Mountain
We believe risk-takers should be rewarded, even if their gambles don't pay off. Luckily for Sanctuary Camelback Mountain, their choice to spend millions of dollars on renovations in a down economy was worthwhile. The revamped hotel became even more breathtakingly gorgeous with the addition of a state-of-the-art gourmet kitchen space for celeb chef Beau MacMillan and Praying Monk, a glass-walled dining area with a view of its rocky namesake on Camelback Mountain. The desert landscape views from anywhere on Sanctuary's property are spectacular, whether you're staying in one of the plush spa casitas or springing $950 to $3,000 a night for a private home. Add luxuries like silken Mascioni linens, goose-down feather beds, and spa treatments — including the two-hour luk pra kope herbal massage — and you'll never want to leave this Sanctuary.