Your Official 2024 Spring Training Hub
Batter up and play ball! Hotel Palomar Phoenix is the ultimate Major League Baseball Spring Training hub for the 2024 season. Our downtown hotel is centrally located to all East and West Valley Spring Training facilities, making it the ideal location to experience the Arizona Cactus League while also enjoying all the dining and entertainment options of Downtown Phoenix. Book a room or suite with us, save big and take in all the action.
For any baseball fan, visiting the Valley of the Sun during Spring Training is a home run. Every February and March, 15 Major League Baseball teams descend on the Phoenix Metropolitan Area for Arizona Cactus League Spring Training where they practice and play a series of exhibition games to prepare for the upcoming regular season and fans have the chance to get up-close-and-personal look at their favorite team, players, coaches and more.
Team Stadiums and Facilities
American Family Fields of Phoenix (8 miles away) - Formerly Maryvale Baseball Park, the Spring Training home of the Milwaukee Brewers underwent a state of the art renovation that was completed in 2019. Upgrades to this 7,000 seat ballpark include an overhaul of the player facilities, a new entry plaza with a retail store behind home plate and a new scoreboard.
Camelback Ranch (19 miles away) – Home to the Spring Training facilities of not one but two MLB teams (the Los Angeles Dodgers and Chicago White Sox), this stadium is a fan favorite as it includes a Dodgers Legends Walk and, for White Sox fans, seating that provides good opportunities for autographs.
Peoria Sports Complex (17 miles away) – San Diego Padres fans and Seattle Mariners fans are well acquainted with this popular (and recently renovated) Spring Training complex. The tricked-out left-field pavilion, plentiful food choices and new kids’ area make this a favorite spot to catch a Cactus League game.
Goodyear Ballpark (22 miles away) – Ohio pro-baseball’s Spring Training home-away-from-home, Goodyear Ballpark hosts both the Cleveland Indians and the Cincinnati Reds. A park for fans young and old, there’s a mini baseball field for kids, a party pavilion, great views and chances to win prizes between innings.
Surprise Stadium (23 miles away) – No surprise here, this more compact facility that hosts both the Texas Rangers and the Kansas City Royals for Spring Training is beloved by fans of both teams for providing easier access to the practice fields located behind the stadium. This makes it easier to get autographs and watch the players truly up close.
Tempe Diablo Stadium (8 miles away) – The Los Angeles Angels have called this stadium home during Spring Training for more than 25 years. Fans have flocked here not just for great ballgames but nachos served in an Angels helmet and a good beer selection at the Tempe Tap Room.
Scottsdale Stadium (12 miles away) – The Spring Training home of the San Francisco Giants, Scottsdale Stadium is known for abundant lawn seating, an assortment of places to grab a bite within walking distance of the facility and notable access to the players themselves outside the clubhouse.
Sloan Park (13 miles away) - The Spring Training home of the Chicago Cubs since 2014, Sloan Park is the largest stadium by capacity in the Cactus League, able to hold 15,000 fans. It features a replica marquee of iconic Wrigley Field for fan photo ops and other assets like a great parking lot for tailgating and nearby Riverview Park.
HoHoKam Stadium (17 miles away) - This recently renovated stadium is the Spring Training home for the Oakland Athletics. Fans can anticipate tasty fare from renowned Bay Area purveyors and a beautiful mountain backdrop while they cheer on their team.
Salt River Fields (21 miles away) - Fans of both the Arizona Diamondbacks and the Colorado Rockies enjoy the seating on the sunny grass berms, plentiful ballpark food options and player access at this Spring Training facility. There’s even an autograph area reserved exclusively for kids.