Ritz-Carlton hotel eyes opening date

The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company announced its expected summer 2020 opening of The Ritz-Carlton, Paradise Valley. Set in the Town of Paradise Valley, construction on The Ritz-Carlton, Paradise Valley is underway for the luxury property that will span over 20 acres and boast 215 guest accommodations, according to a press release. “We are thrilled to expand […]

Development rush in Paradise Valley may spur Scottsdale and Lincoln gridlock

With a handful of development projects happening within a stone’s throw of each other — and the municipal border of Scottsdale — the Town of Paradise Valley is finding itself in a bit of a pickle. On Thursday, Dec. 6, Paradise Valley Town Council discussed improvements to the median that runs east-west along Lincoln Drive […]

Ritz-Carlton Paradise Valley breaks new ground seeking Five Star excellence

On a picturesque February morning in the Town of Paradise Valley, local dignitaries gathered to celebrate Ritz-Carlton Paradise Valley’s site dedication. The event has been years-in-the-making, resort, development and municipal officials all agreed during a Feb. 20 event held on the 122-acre Ritz-Carlton construction site at 7000 Lincoln Drive. Offering an ice sculpture to pour […]

Azure: Shea Homes community sign, walls approved for Paradise Valley neighborhood

A monument sign greeting residents and visitors of Shea Homes’ new Paradise Valley residential neighborhood has gained a recommendation vote from the municipality’s Planning Commission. On Dec. 19, 2017, the Paradise Valley Planning Commission approved a minor special use permit amendment for Ritz-Carlton Special Use Permit, Area B for 11-foot high monument walls flanking the […]

Paradise Valley Town Council clarifies Ritz-Carlton, Shea Homes zoning

Paradise Valley Town Council issued a legislative decision to settle some confusion within the special-use permit for the newly-approved Ritz-Carlton resort and to settle a potential agreement with Shea Homes. During a Thursday, Sept. 28 regular meeting, the town’s elected officials unanimously approved a motion to provide clarification to the town manager and zoning administrator […]

Scottsdale Indian Bend traffic calming met with Paradise Valley chagrin

A proposal to adjust Indian Bend Road to better accommodate certain development parameters approved by the city of Scottsdale for a new shopping center coined “The Palmeraie” was not well received by Paradise Valley Town Council. Paradise Valley Town Council Thursday, June 22 held a work study discussion at Town Hall, 6401 E. Lincoln Drive, […]

Afternoon tea with iconic Jeffrey Hattrick comes to a close

The Ritz-Carlton, Phoenix will be closing its doors for good on Friday, July 24, and with it goes a beloved Phoenix event — Afternoon Tea with Maitre’d Jeffrey Hattrick. Mr. Hattrick, 34, began with the hotel more than a decade ago in the banquet department before the resort created a position for him. The Ritz offered Afternoon Tea before, but didn’t have a specific person who made it their own. Since then, Mr. Hattrick has evolved the event into a family staple.

Ritz-Carlton Phoenix offers last month of teatime

The Ritz Carlton hotel in Phoenix will be closing their doors on July 24, and will feature special events throughout the month to end the reign of teatime.

From July 1-7 the Ritz Carlton will be serving the Teddy Bear Tea from 12 to 3 p.m. with gourmet hot chocolate, sandwiches and pastries, according to a press release. The event will have story time and a sing-a-long around the piano.

Town Planning Commission reviews first version of Ritz-Carlton plans

The Paradise Valley Planning Commission held its first study session Tuesday, June 16 on proposed plans for a Ritz-Carlton resort community on 82 acres of land at about Scottsdale and Lincoln roads.

Paradise Valley OKs commission scope of Ritz-Carlton evaluation

Five Star Development Inc. has submitted an ambitious plan for the Paradise Valley Ritz-Carlton resort community and now the evaluation of proposed heights and density for the 82-acre resort behemoth is under the guise of the Planning Commission.