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10 Places to Rent Poolside Cabanas and Daybeds in Metro Phoenix

Looking for a good cabana in metro Phoenix? Here's where to find one.
Looking for a good cabana in metro Phoenix? Here's where to find one. Courtesy of Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs Resort

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click to enlarge The Clarendon Hotel and Spa has outdoor and indoor VIP cabanas ready to be reserved. - COURTESY OF THE CLARENDON HOTEL AND SPA
The Clarendon Hotel and Spa has outdoor and indoor VIP cabanas ready to be reserved.
Courtesy of The Clarendon Hotel and Spa
The Clarendon Hotel and Spa
401 West Clarendon Avenue
602-252-7363

The Oasis Pool at The Clarendon Hotel and Spa has outdoor and indoor VIP cabanas available for rent – plus other fun stuff like a 50-person HydroSpa, underwater speakers, that massive water wall, and the now-iconic Italian mosaic catwalk. The Oasis Pool has six outdoor cabanas, VIP indoor cabanas with 47-inch flat screens, and plenty of chaise lounges, pool beds, and sofas for those who want to get a little sun. Cabana hours are 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily, and cabana reservations include pool passes for up to eight guests. Cabana pricing is $99 per cabana Monday through Thursday, $149 per cabana on Friday and Sunday, and $199 per cabana on Saturdays. Call 602-252-7363 or see The Clarendon’s website for more details.

Talking Stick Resort
9800 East Talking Stick Way, Scottsdale
480-850-7777

Rent a private daybed or cabana for a day of glam next to one of three pools at Talking Stick Resort (the Main Pool, the Lounge Pool, and the West Pool), or the ultimate spot for the summer, the 21-and-over RELEASE Pool Party on Saturday and Sunday. Cabanas seat up to 10 people and include misters and a ceiling fan, a 32-inch LCD HD television, and casual seating. Daybeds seat up to four in the reclining king-size bed, and both include services like poolside attendants taking food and drink orders – plus additional stuff like VIP bottle service and the Bachelorette Party Package. Non-guest reservations are limited to weekend events, and pricing depends upon the season and scheduled entertainment (it seriously ranges from roughly $250 to $2,000 or more). Call 866-877-9897 for reservations, specific pricing, and more information, or see the Talking Stick Resort website.

Hyatt Regency Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Gainey Ranch
7500 East Doubletree Ranch Road, Scottsdale
480-444-1234

For you daycationers, the Hyatt Regency Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Gainey Ranch has 10 swimming pools, 20 fountains, 45 waterfalls, one big waterslide, and yes, cabana rentals available to non-guests. Adult or family may be reserved, which include internet, a phone, a flat-screen TV with Direct TV, a refrigerator, and a ceiling fan. Pool hours are 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily, and non-guests must reserve through the ResortPass website. Cabanas may be rented for $125 to $350 per day based on the season. Call 480-444-1234, extension 5603, or see the Hyatt Regency website for more details.

Wade Poolside Bar
2401 East Camelback Road
602-468-0700

Wade Poolside Bar – the rooftop pool at The Camby in the Biltmore area – offers cabanas to non-guests if they reserve in advance. Packages include the Camby Full-Day Cabana Rental, Revelry Romance, and Girls Cabana, where you can get amenities like misters and cool towels, cocktails, plush lounge chairs, skewers of seasonal fruit, and baskets of magazines – plus there’s usually a movie playing on the Sky Wall. You can also order something off the Wade Poolside Bar menu. Camby cabanas range from $59 for a full-day rental to $79 for a Revelry Romance package to $89 for a Girls Cabana. Call 602-468-0700 or see The Camby website for more information.

click to enlarge Find poolside cabanas at both Kasbah and Oasis pools at the Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia. - COURTESY OF OMNI SCOTTSDALE RESORT & SPA AT MONTELUCIA
Find poolside cabanas at both Kasbah and Oasis pools at the Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia.
Courtesy of Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia
Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia
4949 East Lincoln Drive, Scottsdale
480-627-3200

Non-resort guests at the Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia can reserve the poolside cabanas at both Kasbah Pool and the 18-and-over Oasis Pool. Cabana rentals include a covered and misted seating area for up to six people, two upgraded chaise lounges, complimentary Wi-Fi and sunscreen, towel service, and a cabana attendant. Cabana rentals start at $109. Call 888-627-3010 for reservations, or see the Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia website for details.

click to enlarge Hit the spa and a cabana at The Spa at Camelback Inn. - COURTESY OF JW MARRIOTT SCOTTSDALE CAMELBACK INN RESORT & SPA
Hit the spa and a cabana at The Spa at Camelback Inn.
Courtesy of JW Marriott Scottsdale Camelback Inn Resort & Spa
JW Marriott Scottsdale Camelback Inn Resort & Spa
5402 East Lincoln Drive, Scottsdale
480-948-1700

Need a massage before you lounge? Guests of The Spa at Camelback Inn, who aren’t necessarily guests of the resort, may reserve the cabanas if they’ve booked a one-hour spa treatment. The regular Cabana Package at includes chilled aromatherapy face cloths, dining and beverage service available from sprouts, a fridge with chilled water and a bowl of fresh fruit, and a killer view of Camelback Mountain. The cabanas are meant for two people, and also include the usual towels, ceiling fan, privacy, and lounge chairs. The package is an all-day-use thing, meaning 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Cabana pricing is $125 Monday through Thursday, and $150 Friday through Sunday. Book an appointment at 480-596-7040, or see The Spa at Camelback Inn website.
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Lauren Cusimano was the Phoenix New Times food editor from 2018 to 2021. Joys include eating wings, riding bikes, knowing everyone at the bar, talking too much about The Simpsons, and falling asleep while reading.