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The Wigwam was originally built in 1918 as a gathering place for Ohio-based executives of Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company who discovered the West Valley of Phoenix as a prime location to grow cotton for the production of rubber tires. As the retreat grew in popularity, lodgings and amenities were added and on Thanksgiving Day in 1929, The Wigwam opened as a full-service resort with accommodations for just 24 guests. Today, this AAA Four Diamond desert oasis spans across 440 acres. The resort boasts 331 guestrooms, an Aveda lifestyle spa, fitness center, three restaurants and bars, three swimming pools, prominent conference facilities, and three championship golf courses, including two historic Robert Trent Jones, Sr.- designed courses.

Image of Guestroom at The Wigwam, 1929, Member of Historic Hotels of America, in Litchfield Park, Arizona, Location Map

Location Map

Spend a day exploring the Desert Botanical Garden, the Challenger Space Center, the Heard Museum, and the Phoenix Art Museum.

Historic Image of Carriage Outside The Wigwam, 1929, Member of Historic Hotels of America, in Litchfield Park, Arizona, Discover

Discover

Discover the Spanish Colonial-style architecture of The Wigwam.

Image of Golf Course at The Wigwam, 1929, Member of Historic Hotels of America, in Litchfield Park, Arizona, Explore

Explore

Explore Old Town Scottsdale.

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Experience

Experience the Desert Botanical Garden.

Image of Entree Served at Litchfield’s at The Wigwam, 1929, Member of Historic Hotels of America, in Litchfield Park, Arizona, Taste

Taste

Taste authentic regional cuisine at Litchfield's.

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