Where To Stay In Arizona For Spring Training 2019

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There’s arguably no better place to enjoy a spring training game than in the sunny state of Arizona. Each year locals and winter visitors spend one glorious month soaking up the rays, chowing down on jumbo hotdogs, and drinking up cold beers and margaritas while they watch fifteen Major League Baseball teams warm up for the season.

You’ve got your tickets and you’re ready to do this! Only one thing can stand in the way of this being the best Spring Training yet — spending x-amount of time and money getting to and from the stadium on game days. Nobody has time for that.

So here’s your ultimate guide on where to stay for Spring Training in Arizona. These are the hotels near the stadiums of each of your favorite Cactus League teams. You can thank me later…

Hotels Close To Spring Training in Arizona

Arizona Diamondbacks & Colorado Rockies | Hotels Near Salt River Fields At Talking Stick in Scottsdale, Arizona

Chicago Cubs | Hotels Near Sloan Park in Mesa, Arizona

Chicago White Sox & Los Angeles Dodgers | Hotels Near Camelback Ranch Stadium in Glendale, Arizona

Cincinnati Reds & Cleveland Indians | Hotels Near Goodyear Ballpark in Goodyear, Arizona

Kansas City Royals & Texas Rangers | Hotels Near Surprise Stadium in Surprise, Arizona

Los Angeles Angels | Hotels Near Tempe Diablo Stadium in Tempe, Arizona

Milwaukee Brewers | Hotels Near Maryvale Baseball Park in Phoenix, Arizona

Oakland Athletics | Hotels Near Hohokam Stadium in Mesa, Arizona

San Diego Padres & Seattle Mariners | Hotels Near Peoria Sports Complex in Peoria, Arizona

San Francisco Giants | Hotels Near Scottsdale Stadium in Scottsdale, Arizona

Don’t have time to book yourself? Contact us!

 

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