The Phoenician, Phoenix Art Museum Bring "Work of Art" to Luxury Guest Experience; Package Includes Tickets to Order, Chaos, and the Space Between Exhibit through May 5

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The "Work of Art" package also includes daily breakfast for two as well as Phoenician welcome and departure amenities. For details and reservations, visit or call (800) 888-8234 and ask for rate code: LCDESA1.

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Combining the timeless artistry of The Phoenician guest experience with the contemporary, cutting-edge works of mid-20th through 21st century Latin American artists, the AAA Five Diamond resort and Phoenix Art Museum have unveiled an exclusive offering for visitors to the Valley of the Sun.

Available through May 5, 2013, the “Work of Art” package includes:

  • Spacious accommodations
  • Phoenician welcome amenity
  • Daily breakfast for 2 (in-room or at a Phoenician restaurant)
  • 2 tickets to Phoenix Art Museum exhibition, Order, Chaos, and the Space Between, from the Diane and Bruce Halle Collection
  • 10 percent discount at The Museum Store
  • 4 p.m. late checkout, based on availability
  • Phoenician departure memento

Rates start at just $499 per night. For details and reservations, visit

or call (800) 888-8234 and ask for rate code: LCDESA1.

Drawn from the internationally renowned Diane and Bruce Halle Collection, Order, Chaos, and the Space Between presents works by Latin American artists who question the nature of the creative process. Whether working on canvas, in sculpture, photography, video, or installation, these radical innovators have transformed traditional artistic languages into new ways of creating and conceiving works of art. The works presented in this exhibition showcase the means by which artists working in Latin America have overcome their geographic marginality to initiate artistic currents that resonate on an international scale. This exhibition is not a survey of Latin American art, but rather a snapshot of the dynamic Halle Collection at a particular moment in its continuing history. It provides a window into many of the most significant trends in Latin American art from the mid-20th century to the present day.

Since 2009, The Phoenician and Phoenix Art Museum have collaborated in promoting art and luxury to people of all ages through unique program offerings and sponsorships. Included among these select activities is a complimentary self-guided audio tour of specific works in the resort’s $25 million art collection, which is available to both guests and local residents. Those who explore these diverse selections receive two complimentary general admission tickets to the museum. Special Phoenician rates are also available to Phoenix Art Museum members and special guests. In addition to the exhibition Order, Chaos, and the Space Between, The Phoenician will provide promotional support for The Art of Video Games from the Smithsonian American Art Museum, on display June 16-September 29, 2013.

Located at the base of Camelback Mountain, the 250-acre Phoenician offers two exquisite experiences – a 583-room AAA Five Diamond luxury resort hotel and an exclusive Five Diamond boutique hotel, The Canyon Suites -- at one magnificent destination. The property features elegant, residential-style accommodations, distinctive and tantalizing cuisine across such restaurants as Il Terrazzo, J&G Steakhouse and Relish Burger Bistro, a championship golf course, 11 tennis courts, nine swimming pools, The Centre for Well-Being and Salon Mila spa complex, an activities program for all ages and interests, numerous boutique shops, a $25 million art collection and the premier 15,000 square-foot Camelback Ballroom. In addition to these offerings, the stylish 60-room Canyon Suites provides more intimate surroundings and enhanced services, creating an atmosphere of uncompromising splendor. Both The Phoenician and The Canyon Suites are owned and operated by Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc., as part of The Luxury Collection. For additional information, please call (480) 941-8200; (800) 888-8234 or visit and

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