Game on at the Diamondbacks Stadium
Our hotel guests know that staying near the action is the only way to go, and baseball loyalists flock here for good reason. Thanks to its signature swimming pool and retractable roof, Chase Field — home of the 2001 World Champion Arizona Diamondbacks and the 2011 MLB All-Star Game—has evolved into one of the sport’s most recognizable landmarks. Since this air-conditioned facility opened its doors to a regular-season game on March 31, 1998, millions of baseball fans have rooted on the Diamondbacks without stressing about regional weather quirks (like summer heat or monsoon storms).
Nestled next to Jefferson Street to the north, Fourth Street to the south and Seventh Street to the east, Chase Field proves the epicenter of the downtown Phoenix sports scene. The venue boasts several unique features including dbTV, one of the largest high definition video scoreboards in MLB, a retractable roof to keep fans cool during the hotter months, the pool in right field, the Coors Light Strike Zone and restaurants including Friday's Front Row and The Draft Room. Visitors can take a guided tour of Chase Field all year-long, and afterward participants receive 10% off coveted merchandise in the Team Shop.
An Inside Glimpse
Tour the home of the 2001 World Champion Arizona Diamondbacks and the 2011 MLB All-Star Game. Ogle features like dbTV, one of the largest high-definition video scoreboards in MLB, and the pool in right field.
Game Day Revelry
Carry on with post-victory celebrations at downtown Phoenix’s only rooftop lounge. Enjoy tasty libations and creative dishes in a poolside space that’s both sleek and social—with a view to boot.