Marriott International, Inc. has announced the opening of the Element Chandler Fashion Center in Arizona. The opening marks the eco-conscious brand’s first property in the state. Owned by Chandler HG, LLC. (a Glacier House Hotels entity), the new Element hotel is located adjacent to the Chandler Fashion Center, one of the largest malls in the Phoenix metropolitan area.
A leader in the eco-space development front, Element properties offer travelers new interpretations of the traditional hotel experience by incorporating rooms with natural light, modern designs, healthy options and green minded sensibilities. The new extended-stay experience is well-suited for the traveler who is visiting anywhere from a few days to a few weeks. The Chandler Fashion Center property has 107 naturally-lit rooms, designed to fuel a smart and sustainable way to maintain a balanced life on the road. Spacious studios and one-bedroom suites offer guests modular furniture, fully equipped kitchens and the signature Heavenly Bed and spa-inspired bathrooms.
The hotel’s RISE breakfast provides guests with a variety of healthy options, including smoothies, granola and more. In the evening, guests are invited to unwind at the RELAX evening wine reception. Both RISE and RELAX are complimentary for hotel guests.
The property also has 600 square feet of meeting space in addition to a variety of hotel amenities, including a RESTORE gourmet pantry, a 24 hour fitness center, a heated outdoor swimming pool, complimentary property-wide Wi-Fi and the Bikes to Borrow program, which offers guests complimentary bikes along with a local trail map.
The newly constructed Element is located directly across from Nordstrom and within walking distance to the many other retail stores and dining options in the Chandler Fashion Center. Easily accessible from both Santan Freeway and Loop 101 Price Freeway, Element Chandler Fashion Center is 10 minutes from Wild Horse Pass, 20 minutes from Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) and less than 30 minutes from downtown Phoenix and Arizona State University. Nearby space and technology businesses along the Price Road corridor include Intel, Orbital Sciences Corporation, Space Data and Boeing Iridium Satellite.