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Scottsdale Guide 2016

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Ignite Destination Supplement | Ignitemag.ca | 7 W arm climates, luxurious accommodations and exhilarat- ing outdoor adventures are high on a planner's check- list of "must-haves," as is great ROI, which can be difficult to support with the low Canadian dollar. But with Experience Scottsdale's Meetings Rebate Program, it's absolutely worth the trip to this dynamic city. The tiered rebate program is based on actualized rooms for meeting dates that fall between November 15 and December 31 in 2016, 2017 or 2018. Rebates start at $500 for a minimum of 25 peak rooms, two-night stay, and reach $5,000 for 150 or more peak rooms. www.fallforscottsdale.com VALUE-DRIVEN ROI Roundup Make your dollar go further with these no- or low-cost ways for your group to discover the best of Scottsdale: • The Downtown Trolley is a free shuttle that operates daily from 11 a.m.–9 p.m., stopping every 10 minutes. Groups can explore the five downtown districts at their own pace. • Download the self-guided Downtown Scottsdale Public Art Walking Tour to uncover 10 of the more than 70 public artworks that adorn the city. • Forego coordinating transfers and organize a dine-around in walkable downtown Scottsdale at a few of the city's many notable eateries. Great options include FnB, showcasing local, seasonal produce with interna- tional flare; the modern latin menu of The Mission served in the glow of a Himalayan salt block wall; and acclaimed Executive Chef Charles Wiley's reinvented American fare at the retro-cool Zuzu in the Hotel Valley Ho. • Scottsdale's McDowell Sonoran Preserve offers free access to more than 170 miles of trails on 30,000 acres of protected Sonoran Desert land. Guided and self-guided hikes, ranging from casual strolls to chal- lenging workouts, are available from numerous trailheads conveniently located around the city. McDowell Sonoran Preserve Zuzu, Hotel Valley Ho For more information, contact: Kimberly Urich, CMP, HMCC, CIS National Sales & Canadian Account Manager T 480-949-2164 E kurich@experiencescottsdale.com W www.MeetInScottsdale.com SCOTTSDALE All photos, Scottsdale Convention & Visitors Bureau, with the exception of top left, Hotel Valley Ho

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