Located on the Western edge of Phoenix, Glendale Arizona is a convenient 20 minutes from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.
As Arizona’s fourth-largest city and home to the 2008 Super Bowl, Glendale Arizona offers travelers a wide variety of amenities including the famous Historic Downtown shopping district, legendary special events and festivals, museums and cultural attractions, and a growing number of professional sports facilities.
Glendale Arizona is a well-planned blend of Old West and New Economy. It’s one of the fast-growing Arizona cities, yet remains most famous for its well-preserved charm. We welcome you to discover Glendale.
Glendale, AZ Climate
From the desert floor to the highest mountain peak, Arizona’s renowned sunshine ensures that nearly every day is a perfect one for sightseeing, playing golf, skiing a slope, or simply relaxing by a sparkling swimming pool. Generally, peak season in the desert lasts from January through March, shoulder season is from April to May and September through December, and value season is June through August. Peak and value seasons in mountainous regions are the opposite of the desert areas.
What to Wear
Depending on the time of year and where one plans to travel in Glendale Arizona, anything from a swimsuit to a winter jacket may be appropriate. Overall, dress is casual with an emphasis on comfort. Few restaurants require jackets and ties for dining. Jeans and Western wear are always in style. If attending a cultural event or dining at one of our finer restaurants, bring along a more formal outfit. During summer, shorts and sandals are appropriate during the day and a sweater or light jacket is perfect for the evenings. In the cooler months, a sweater or light jacket is perfect in the desert for evenings and a winter jacket is recommended in the mountains. Also, wide-brim hats, sunglasses and sunscreen are recommended year-round.