Sanctuary SUP pursuit clouded by Paradise Valley noise, short-term rental concerns

During the Paradise Valley Planning Commission’s first review of Sanctuary Camelback Mountain Resort’s request for a special use permit amendment to change and update what’s known as Casa 3 on their property, the commissioner’s voiced some initial concerns with proposed plans. On April 3, the Planning Commission spent more than an hour on the topic, […]

Dembow: Don’t toss out Sanctuary’s Casa Three application prior to its review

I’m emailing you to frame Councilwoman Julie Pace’s well penned article on the Sanctuary SUP application for Casa Three. Serving with two members who live in Stone Canyon (Council members Pace and Moore) and having the privilege of knowing several residents who live in the neighborhood I understand the community concerns well. There is zero […]

Hait: Sanctuary’s newest proposal ought to be reviewed, considered carefully

I am a long-time resident of Stone Canyon and many years ago was part of the team that approached the Town of Paradise Valley to allow the restaurant of the then-John Gardner’s Tennis Ranch to open to the public. The Tennis Ranch had always been a private club and never open to the public. Later, […]

Nirvana food festival returns to Paradise Valley

Once again, Nirvana will transform Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain Resort & Spa into culinary heaven with four days of food-related fun whipped up by world-acclaimed chefs, mixologists, and California winemakers. Held April 19-22, the food event is back for a second year of tastings, themed parties, fine dining and opportunities to get up close and […]

Sanctuary on Camelback celebrates yoga month

Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain Resort & Spa is celebrating national yoga month with standup paddle board yoga classes in their pool. During September’s yoga month and beyond, both locals and resort guests can try their hand at a new twist on yoga at the Paradise Valley resort, 5700 E. McDonald Dr. Standup paddle board yoga […]