Two New Dazzling Arizona Wedding Venues Set to Open

Written by
Megan Simpson Teeter

Two new and exciting wedding venues are gracing Arizona’s landscape, promising couples distinct and luxurious settings for their special days. Caesars Republic Scottsdale, opening its doors in late February, offers an innovative lifestyle hotel concept. Nestled beside Scottsdale Fashion Square, it blends local inspiration with sophisticated design. The Camelback Veranda, where couples can exchange vows, provides a stunning rooftop setting against the backdrop of the desert’s golden hour. By night, it transforms into an elegant, vibrant space, perfect for a sophisticated yet exciting wedding. Larger parties also have the option of utilizing the hotel’s expansive 7,000-square-foot ballroom with 20-foot ceilings and 35-foot Arcadia doors. All wedding menus are customized by celebrated chef and author Giada De Laurentiis, who infuses Italian romance with California freshness for a memorable wedding feast.

Below photos courtesy of Caesars Republic Scottsdale. 

The Global Ambassador, which opened in December, delivers a picturesque setting at Camelback Mountain’s base. With 141 luxury rooms and the Parisian steakhouse, Le Âme, it’s an ideal honeymoon escape and guest accommodation. Le Âme delivers culinary excellence, and the views from théa Mediterranean Rooftop pair perfectly with a chic bridal brunch. The venues within The Global Ambassador cater to all wedding facets. The Pavilion and its outdoor terrace accommodate up to 450 guests for ceremonies and receptions. Smaller spaces, like the hotel’s private dining rooms, are well-suited for rehearsal dinners or brunches. The Spa provides pre-ceremony pampering, while outdoor wellness decks lend a serene start to the big day.

Below photos courtesy of The Global Ambassador.