Mayo Clinic Lodging Scottsdales

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CopperWynd Resort and Club is conveniently located near Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale. CopperWynd Resort offer preferred discounted rates for all visitors of Mayo Clinic, just mention Mayo Clinic when booking your reservation. Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is 20 miles from Mayo Clinic.

CopperWynd Resort and Club offers a beautiful environment just minutes from the Scottsdale and Mayo Clinic, luxury settings that is sure to impress even the most experienced traveler. Guests of Mayo Clinic are treated as VIP at our resort will appreciate flexible lobby spaces, relaxing environment. The highlight of our setting provides guests with a truly getaway experience. While staying at CopperWynd Resort and Club, you can savor your favorite cocktail next to our outdoor fire pit, enjoy the refreshing outdoor pool, hot tub, work out at our 5000 square feet fitness center. If you’re looking to hold a small event, we are a perfect venue for executive meetings. Looking forward to your visit.

Mayo Clinic Arizona was the second Mayo practice to be established outside of Rochester, Minn. The clinic opened in 1987 on 180 acres in northeast Scottsdale near Fountain Hills, Arizona. Paul Volker, then chairman of the Federal Reserve Board and member of Mayo Foundation Board of Trustees, delivered the keynote address; Scottsdale Mayor Herb Drinkwater also participated; along with Eugene Mayberry, M.D., then Mayo Foundation President and CEO; Trustees Chair Samuel C. Johnson; and Richard Hill, M.D., chair of the Board of Governors of Mayo Clinic Scottsdale. The clinic opened with 47 physicians and 225 support personnel. The medical staff represented 34 medical and surgical specialties. About 54 percent came from Scottsdale and the immediate area; 22 percent from the rest of Arizona, 23 percent from the other 49 states, and 1 percent from other countries. Since opening in Arizona in 1987, Mayo Clinic has evolved into an integrated multi-campus system that includes Mayo Clinic, the Samuel C. Johnson Research Building and the Mayo Clinic Collaborative Research Building in Scottsdale, Mayo Clinic Hospital in northeast Phoenix and three outpatient sites.