Montelucia Resort Spa & Residences

Paradise Valley Arizona is one of my favorite places to unwind after work especially at the InterContinental Montelucia Resort & Spa where you can get a drink and sit outside looking at the beautiful Camelback views, fire and pool. I also once had brunch there and it was very good.

View at InterContinental Montelucia Resort & Spa Paradise Valley AZ. Photo by Marta Walsh North Scottsdale & Paradise Valley REALTOR

View at InterContinental Montelucia Resort & Spa Paradise Valley AZ. Photo by Marta Walsh North Scottsdale & Paradise Valley REALTOR

You see, Montelucia Resort Spa & Residences has a special meaning to me because it was the first place I stayed in when I first arrived Phoenix some years ago. There used to be another older hotel called La Posada which was knocked down to build the new InterContinental Montelucia Resort & Spa. Nevertheless it was the first time and first place I got to see the Camelback Mountain and fall in love with it.

The Villas at InterContinental Montelucia Resort & Spa

Now if you like it there so much then you can buy one of  The Villas at InterContinental Montelucia Resort & Spa and live in the heart of Paradise Valley and what it offers. At this time I see on the MLS 8 properties listed for sale at the Montelucia Resort Spa & Residences ranging from $1.7 million to $3.4 million. And these homes are just beautiful! If you wish to preview one of these properties please fee free to contact me and I will arrange a showing.

The Villas at InterContinental Montelucia Resort & Spa

The Villas at InterContinental Montelucia Resort & Spa

Montelucia Resort Spa & Residences is located at 4949 EAST LINCOLN DRIVE • PARADISE VALLEY, AZ, 85253 • UNITED STATES


The striking simplicity of the Arizona desert is the perfect canvas for creating a resort community offering worry-free living. The Villas at InterContinental Montelucia Resort & Spa are meticulously-detailed, Spanish-style residences perfect for connoisseurs of the good life. Located just a short drive from Scottsdale and Phoenix, the Villas give owners access to the resort’s fine amenities, including a world-class spa, signature restaurants, retail shops, pools and a fitness centre.


Handcrafted clay tile roof, ironwork and stucco walls

Hand-painted ceramic tiles and carved cantera stone

Custom carved solid wood entry door

Elevators available in some floor plans

Gas fireplace with stone surround and hearth

Travertine stone flooring and wool Berber carpet

Gourmet kitchen with knotty alder cabinetry and slab granite countertops

State-of-the-art Viking appliances

Hydrotherapy jetted tub

Limestone tile shower

Multi-zoned heating and air conditioning system

Pre-wired security system

Audio/video wiring

Outdoor cooking center with built-in Viking gas grille

Exterior maintenance and landscaping

Spa membership and fitness center access

Dedicated concierge and room services

Grocery delivery

Dry cleaning services

Pet care

Basic cable TV and high-speed Internet access

À la carte services including in-home catering, in-home dining, spa treatments and housekeeping


24-hour guarded gatehouse

Dedicated Villa pool, pavilion and whirlpool spa

Prado Restaurant

Crave Café and gourmet food market

Kasbah Pool Bar & Grille

Joya Spa

Business services centre

Priority restaurant and spa reservations

Access to four resort pools and private cabanas


Opened November 2007. 34 villas in three floor plans and six elevations ranging from 353 to 437 square metres. Crown Realty & Development Corporation, developer. Rowland Luxury Homes, general contractor. Keith Mishkin, Cambridge Properties broker. Scheurer Architects, architect. Beth McGehee, Studio B, interiors.

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One Response to Montelucia Resort Spa & Residences

  1. Katie says:

    These homes are definitely luxury Arizona real estate. I love how more and more hotels are adding homes on their properties. I’ve actually been looking in Southern Arizona at The Residences at Ritz-Carlton Dove Mountain and they are amazing. I never realized how luxurious Southern Arizona could be.

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