Open for lunch and dinner, a few highlights on Terra’s menu include Chilean sea bass sprinkled with cilantro, served with arugula, avocado cream, tempura jalapenos, and pico de gallo sweet corn; and Terra’s Hot Stone, with a cilantro green onion salad, pickled ginger, serrano ponzu and a choice of Wagyu beef or Pacific ahi tuna.
Unlike its ground-floor counterpart, the Skysill Rooftop Lounge rises above the city on the hotel’s 18th floor, making it the tallest open-air rooftop bar in town. During the day, the chic venue offers a trendy and relaxing getaway with its rooftop pool, hot tub, lounge chairs and cabanas, and large video screen overlooking the vast metropolitan area of Phoenix. As the sun sets over the mountain horizon, it then transforms into a luxurious lounge where all levels of service and experience are high. Guests will enjoy an organized wine list as well as a sophisticated twist on classic cocktails, including Arizona Collins, made with aperol, Chareau aloe liqueur, prosecco Mionetto and dehydrated grapefruit; and the Cactus Spritz, made with Hanson Meyer Lemon Vodka, Reàl Blue Agave Nectar, fresh lemon juice and Fever-Tree Bitter Lemon Tonic Water.
As the largest new hotel to debut in Tempe, Arizona in nearly four decades, the Westin Tempe is now open in the city’s vibrant downtown district, ushering in a refreshing biophilic energy to the neighborhood with a new signature restaurant and the valley’s tallest outdoor rooftop bar and lounge.
Owned and developed by CAI Investments and managed by Crescent Hotels & Resorts, the full-service hotel has 290 spacious guest rooms and suites and approximately 21,000 square feet of exceptional indoor and outdoor event space that balances Tempe’s unique culture. and the brand’s signature. Wellness at Westin pillars of wellness, culminating in the quintessential destination for the modern wellness traveler.