Recommended Hotels:

The following hotel(s) offer preferred client discounts for Cellular Repair School students:

Intown Suites (Economy Extended Stay)

intown_suites Each furnished studio comes equipped with:

Special Deeply Discounted Rates For All Cellular Repair School Students! As low as $269 per week (7 days)!

InTown Suites
2350 West Obispo Ave
Gilbert, AZ 85233

Make your reservations by calling Charisse Harding at (770) 799-5090

Double Tree by Hilton

This boutique hotel embodies luxury with its Tuscan and Mediterranean design with just a hint of Spanish Colonial and Moroccan architecture.  Most rooms accommodate up to 4 people in a mini suite layout.  All guests will enjoy every convenience from room service, fitness center, heated pool and so much more!  The hotel is conveniently located within walking distance of San Tan Village’s nightlife, entertainment, upscale shopping and fine dining.

Cellular Repair School Students receive complimentary traditional american breakfast, complimentary shuttle service, and complimentary High Speed Wi-Fi Internet.

Special Deeply Discounted Rates For All Cellular Repair School Students! 

Make your reservations by clicking here or Call 1 (888) 695-3423 and use Corporate code:  0002774949

Hampton Inn & Suites

hampton inn gilbert azThe Hampton Inn & Suites is a well-appointed conveniently located Gilbert Arizona Hotel.  This beautiful Gilbert hotel is located just minutes away from Phoenix Mesa Gateway Airport, MD Anderson Medical Center, Mercy Medical Center and many other area attractions and services.  Hampton Inn & Suites in Gilbert, Arizona is a premier Gilbert hotel just waiting to meet your every need. The Hampton Inn and Suites Gilbert hotel is centered right in the midst of all the fun and action. Free shuttle service to our training facility and local hotspots for students!

Special Deeply Discounted Rates For All Cellular Repair School Students!

Make your reservations by clicking here or Call 1 (480) 543-1500 and use Corporate code:  0002789477

Nearby Hotels & Lodging

Note:  Discounts for Cellular Repair School students are not available

Hyatt Place
Best Western Legacy Inn







Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport




Phoenix Mesa Gateway Airport (Regional Flights Only)



Things To Do

San Tan Village

Located just minutes from CRS training facility and a stones-throw from San Tan Legado Suites, this is an attractive new regional, open-air shopping destination in the greater Phoenix, Arizona’s East Valley area featuring Entertainment, Fine Dining, Harkins Theaters and seemingly endless upscale shopping stores.  Definitely a great place to spend some time relaxing after a “brain-busting” day at CRS!

Golf Adventures

If you enjoy the game of golf, welcome to Golfer’s Paradise!  Arizona has hundreds of golf courses and there are few better courses in the country than can be found in the Phoenix and Scottsdale areas.  Championship courses of all types can be found here, including the TPC Scottsdale where the Phoenix Open is played each winter as one of the first PGA tournament events of the year.

Old Town Scottsdale

If it isn’t too hot and you like to walk and window shop, forget that traditional mall and make your way to downtown Scottsdale. Here you’ll find winding streets full of unique shops and galleries, lively nightclubs and unique watering holes to spend some leisure time. You may also hear this area referred to as Fifth Avenue Shops.

Desert Botanical Garden

The Desert Botanical Garden has one of the world’s finest collections of desert plants. It is one of only 44 botanical gardens accredited by the American Association of Museums. At the Desert Botanical Garden you will find 50 acres of beautiful outdoor exhibits. Home to 139 rare, threatened and endangered plant species from around the world, there is no finer place to enjoy desert beauty than the Desert Botanical Garden. The Garden is located in Papago Park in Central Phoenix.

Hike Piestewa Peak

Piestewa Peak, formerly known as Squaw Peak, is part of the Phoenix Mountains Preserve. The elevation of Piestewa Peak is 2,608 feet; the total elevation gain for the Summit Trail is 1,190 feet. That might not sound high, but hikers of all levels can get a great workout climbing this mountain, and get a great view of the city when they get to the top. If you decide to hike the Summit Trail, though, you won’t be alone. According to the City of Phoenix. it is one of the most heavily used trails in the nation with 4,000 to 10,000 hikers per week. Dogs and bicycles are not permitted on the Summit Trail.

Rawhide Western Town and Steakhouse

Rawhide has got to be the best place to take kids from back east that want to be cowboys and cowgirls. At Rawhide you can experience gunfights, stunt shows, stagecoach rides, desert train rides, enjoy the petting ranch, bull riding, gold panning, camel rides, see a working blacksmith, shop in western shops, play games, and go horseback riding. Many of the activities at Rawhide require an admission fee of between $2 and $5. There are also plenty of holiday western-themed events here. Of course, you could just go to Rawhide for the dinner and show, and leave the kids at home.

Drive Apache Trail

The Apache Trail will be one of the most memorable drives you’ll ever take. Your adventure will begin in Apache Junction, about 25 miles east of downtown Phoenix. The 46 miles between Apache Junction and Roosevelt Lake provides not only the most scenic part of the trip but also the most challenging driving. Please don’t close your eyes! Along the way, you’ll pass (or you can stop) at the Lost Dutchman State Park, Goldfield Ghost Town, Saguaro Lake, the Canyon Lake Recreation Area, the Theodore Roosevelt Dam site, and the Tonto National Monument. The Apache Trail has been designated a USFS Scenic Byway by the U.S. Forest Service, as well as an Arizona Scenic Historic Byway. It’s a great day trip! Seriously–if you are a nervous driver or passenger, this drive might not be for you.

South Mountain Park

At over 16,000 acres, South Mountain Park and Preserve often is considered the largest municipal park in the country. There are more than 50 miles of trails for horseback riding, hiking and mountain biking. Dobbins Lookout, at 2,330 feet, is the highest point in the park accessible by trail. If you aren’t into hiking, biking or riding, you can simply drive to Dobbins Point to get a fantastic view of the Valley of the Sun. It’s just over 5 miles from Central Avenue to Dobbins Lookout.

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