Private jet charter to PhoenixAlso known as the Valley of the Sun, Phoenix sees over 300 days of sunshine a year, which is why bad weather will rarely be an excuse to opt out of seeing what this sun-baked state has to offer. From some of the best museums in the state to the untamed beauty of the desert landscape – see it all by getting a fast quote from Air Charter Service to hire a private jet to Phoenix.
Phoenix is contradiction as far as the eye can see. A vast desert metropolis beset with life. A sandstorm set to the soundtrack of some of the finest orchestral music in the state. To see the first, pay a visit to the Desert Botanical Garden located on Galvin Parkway. Use the garden’s five unique trails in the Sonoran desert to get closer to its plants and people and take in the temporary art and seasonal experiences that animate its arid landscape. Little members of your party will also enjoy taking the garden’s flashlight tours, allowing them to explore the desert in the evening while visiting strategically placed Discovery Stations. To see the second, catch a performance from the Phoenix Symphony, Arizona’s largest performing arts organisation and the only full-time symphony orchestra in the state. With performances ranging from crowd-pleasing renditions of Orff's Carmina Burana and Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 to symphonies rarely performed in the U.S. such as Estevez' Cantata Criolla and Kodaly's Psalmus Hungaricus, the Phoenix Symphony Orchestra does well to move the heart of the desert with every note.
When it comes to finding somewhere to eat, Quiessence at the Farm, located on South Mountain, delivers a unique garden-to-table experience – one where you order a dish or a cocktail and the server asks you to cut edible herbs and flowers from the garden to top them off. This may seem strange, but doing this will take you out of the traditional table setting and have you exploring the ten acre working farm you’re dining in. The Farm takes as much pride in its menu as it does in its rustic lanes and bountiful gardens, with artfully created seasonal menus that have featured dishes such as aged Wagyu Carpaccio and dayboat Alaskan halibut. Other notable eateries can be found at The Yard, including Culinary Dropout, a gastropub that teams a hipster edge with the best of all-American cuisine. From fried chicken served with buttermilk biscuit drizzled with honey and 36-hour pork ribs served with jalapeno, molasses and fries, Culinary Dropout is sure to satisfy the hugest of appetites with its down-to-earth offerings.
Located in Cityscape in Downtown, the boutique Hotel Palomar offers an upscale stay with the benefit of the vibrant dining, nightlife and entertainment scene on its doorstep. With a range of upgraded hotel rooms including 520 square feet studios and larger suites measuring up to 700 square feet. With some rooms featuring deep soak tubs and spectacular views of the Phoenix skyline, this boutique hotel is sure to provide a luxuriously comfortable stay. Equally as striking is The Camby, on East Camelback Road, Phoenix’s newest upscale lifestyle hotel, featuring a spa, fitness centre and three restaurants within the hotel’s grounds. The Camby teams Phoenix’s history of exporting copper, cotton, citrus, cattle and climate (the five c’s) with stately detailing that allows each room to have a modern aesthetic with a hint of nostalgia.