Centerstone Plaza Hotel Scottsdale Fount...

12800 N Saguaro Blvd,Fountain Hills,United States

  • Experience World-class Service at Centerstone Plaza Hotel Scottsdale Fountain Hills

    Providing a variety of modern and free amenities, including area shuttle service and a convenience store, this Scottsdale hotel is a short distance from attractions, including Fort McDowell Casino. Centerstone Plaza Hotel Fountain Hills-Scottsdale offers all the amenities needed for an enjoyable stay, including free wireless internet access and a modern on-site fitness centre, complete with an outdoor pool. While at the Centerstone Plaza Hotel Fountain Hills-Scottsdale, guests can take advantage of in-room microwaves, refrigerators and coffeemakers. The hotel also offers on-site dining at the Fireside Grill for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Area points of interest such as the Mayo Clinic of Scottsdale can be found only a short drive from the Centerstone Plaza Hotel Fountain Hills-Scottsdale. Scottsdale Stadium, Fountain Park and Scottsdale Fashion Square Mall are also within driving distance.


    • Fitness Facility
    • Internet
    • Parking
    • Restaurant
    • Swimming Pool
    • Laundry Services
    • Television
    • Non Smoking
    • Bar
    • Business Center
    • Breakfast
    • Casino
    • Lounge
  • reviews

    • Well worth your money

      Reviewed 13 June 2019

      Hotel is 10 years old and yet seems like 1 to 2 years old - The 3rd floor hallway carpet gave that impression (must have been renovated?). I believed the former name of this hotel is Centerstone Plaza hotel/ Lexington/Holiday Inn like the Phoenix reborned. Now it is rebranded as Lakeshore Hotel & Suites. I was upgraded to a king Suite (slow mid week 108 deg day). The website says 400 square feet which I felt was like 700 sq feet including the living room and bathroom spacious! The living room was decorated just enough not to feel clutter and give plenty of space. No convenient power plug beside the bed nightstand for me to plug in my phone to charge or use my laptop. Nowaday, it is relative cheap to change out the wall plug and upgrade it to a wall plug included with USB charge outlet. The room could have provided mugs or glasses to complement the room interior presentation. Such a luxurious bed in the king suite, dresser, 6 leather sofa, and leather chair but comes with cheap paper cups and small thin bath towel. These could be upgrade without breaking the bank but gave the hotel guests a feeling of staying in an upscale hotel. The room could use more of wall paintings or pictures to brighten up the room, gave the room a life. The living room was a bit dark even with the 3 lamps lighted up at night (may be a bigger watt lightbulb would help). The sofa bed had cookie crumbs underneath the cushion so I did not bother to pull it out to see. It is an extra 24 miles off the I-10 exit but I think it is worth your drive to come to this property. It is very quiet at night in this Fountain Hills neighborhood giving a good rest. I took a drive at 8pm a mile north to the Fountain View Village (shopping center) and the whole community was quiet (no activities). People stayed indoor after dark. Street night was far and between and whole community is giving an impression of at rest. Many 3.5 star hotels dont even come close to the comfort this hotel provided. Abide location is out of the way but well worth the extra few minutes driving and at a great value of your money spent. I recommend this hotel.

    • Good Hotel

      Reviewed 24 May 2019

      This place is called the Lakeshore Hotel and Suites. We had stayed here a couple of years ago for a short overnight. This trip also was for one night. It is a good hotel, nothing fancy. It shows a little wear and tear, but I had a room with new carpet and a new mattress and it was supplied with a good size refrigerator and a microwave. Staff was super friendly and helpful. Very close to the center of town. No free breakfast but there is a restaurant on-site. Did not use the pool or workout rooms but both looked okay. Room rate was exceptional for this time of year.

      Rollo P
    • Disappointed - Lakeshore hotel was Centerstones/Lexington/ Holiday Inn,

      Reviewed 23 May 2019

      this is the Lakeshore now We stayed here for four nights and on first impression of the room which my cousin had so kindly upgraded us to the presidential suite we thought wow, it was clean but... the the jacuzzi bath on two attempts to use tripped the electrics. This was sorted but no follow up during our stay no real apology or anything. If there is going to be a big jacuzzi bath in the bedroom you should be able to use it!! We were not able to. Also the towels were really budget type real thin and small. Reception staff didnt really take notice of you coming in and out and were eating on reception whilst on duty! Doesnt seem right. Also Having to to disturb somebody who was on their mobile phone when checking out although I did appreciate boarding tickets being printed out for us thank you. I think the hotel has such good potential it was convenient for our visit to family and the location is great. Also sadly the restaurant attached although separately run had no licence whilst we were there so no beer or wine could be sold. Needs some attention and could be really good.

    • Dated

      Reviewed 30 March 2019

      The rooms are dated, windows don't open, carpeting old. Gone down hill. The hvac system is dusty.. Some parts of bath rusted out. It really needs to be refurbished completely. Maybe take out carpeting and put wood floors or linoleum. The a/d is very loud, can't sleep with the noise of it. Not very friendly. limited restaurant hours.

    • Not Our First Choice

      Reviewed 23 March 2019

      I reviewed this property in 2014 when it was a Lexington, and felt I should update my review now that the property has been re-branded. When it was a Lexington (and a Holiday Inn before that), the common areas were not well-maintained. These areas were cleaner during our current stay, except for a broken exit sign in the hallway leading to our room. It hung from the ceiling by one bolt (instead of two). It was illuminated, but askew and unsightly. It looked like someone had leaped into the air to "high-five" it, knocking it part-way down. The staff member at the front desk was friendly and helpful when he greeted me upon arrival. The next morning, the woman behind the front desk was not friendly -- not even acknowledging us as we came into the lobby. I believe that she's worked there during the hotel's previous incarnations. There is a bar and restaurant on site, and others are within walking distance. And the hotel is conveniently located -- especially convenient when one of the craft fairs is taking place downtown. They also have a decent swimming pool on site. The room was quiet, and the bed was comfortable. The climate control in the room worked properly. The bathroom had a tub and shower combination, and the vanity was amply-sized and accommodated all of our toiletries. But the room was in disrepair. The bathroom door wouldn't close all the way, the toilet seat was loose and wobbly, and the tub faucet leaked. The towels were thin. The maid failed to clean our room one day, and on another occasion, she didn't arrive to clean the room until late in the day -- after we were back from a day of sight-seeing and wanting to rest undisturbed. There were no complimentary pens and notepads in the room. And the window didn't have sheer curtains -- there were only blackout curtains. So the room, while clean, was shabby and a little depressing. We usually stay elsewhere when visiting Fountain Hills, but our first choice was booked so we settled for a room at the Centerstone. It's a shame that this place can't take it up a notch in the areas of service and maintenance, because in terms of location and amenities, it has a lot going for it. And it is reasonably-priced.


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