The Lux Air Jet hangars are 120’ wide x 100’ deep with 28’ door height.  Our outdoor area measures 360’ wide and 160’ deep for a whopping 57,600 with easy access for trucks and gear!

The Lux Air Jet Center Hangar’ boasts more open square footage than almost any venue option in Goodyear!

An extraordinary hangar available for unique receptions and corporate events full of light and bright blue skies, a blank slate ready to be transformed. The Lux Hangar is one of Arizona’s most unique event spaces. With a large open floor space, and versatile indoor and outdoor entertaining options- our hangar provides the ultimate blank canvas designed to let you create the event you’ve always dreamed of. Impress your guests with a grand entrance in a helicopter- and even a ride of their own!

Arrive by plane at the airstrip right in front of your unsuspecting guests!

This unique Venue is ideal for large scale events with groups of up to 1,500 guests. As you have 2 spaces 100×120 deep blank canvas space with polished epoxy floors, white walls, and a 30′ high ceiling. This amazing, industrial event space can accommodate any type of entertainment including.  A-List talent with massive staging, aerial artists, and room for displays of any size. For smaller groups, you can bring in more decor and pipe and draping to make the space any size to fit your group. We can even bring in model and display planes as the ultimate decor pieces for your event, so the possibilities are truly endless!

The city of Goodyear is home to Goodyear ballpark, where the Cleveland Indians and Cincinnati Reds of MLB practice their spring training. Goodyear is also in close proximity to The University of Phoenix Stadium (home of the Arizona Cardinals) and the Gila River Arena ( home of the Arizona Coyotes)

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9 Fun Facts About 9 Greater Phoenix Area Resorts

9 Fun Facts About 9 Greater Phoenix Area Resorts. When Visit Phoenix takes you on a tour of resorts, they really take you on a tour of resorts. Earlier this month, I visited nine properties in Phoenix, Scottsdale and Chandler, Ariz., in less than 48 hours. It was a bit of a whirlwind, but it was also a fantastic opportunity to learn about one of the prime meeting destinations in the United States and all the posh options for groups. In some ways, the resorts began to blend together by the end of the trip, but they all had their unique little quirks that set them apart. Here are just a few of the fascinating factoids I learned at each location.

Arizona Biltmore, a Waldorf Astoria Resort, Phoenix

The piano in the historic resort’s Wright Bar has had more than its share of famous hands on its ivories—including the Piano Man himself, Billy Joel. Even more impressive: Legend has it that several guests once called the front desk to complain about the noise from a late-night singing session. Upon investigation, it turned out that the noisy hooligans were none other than Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr. and Liza Minnelli.

Fairmont Scottsdale Princess


Why don’t more outdoor bars have putting greens? Or rather, why don’t all outdoor bars have putting greens? The site of a three-day Smart Meeting in September, this AAA Five Diamond property also just began a renovation of its golf course, which plays host each year to The Waste Management Phoenix Open on the PGA Tour.

Hyatt Regency Scottsdale Resort & Spa


Seven nights a week, you can hear live music among the fountains and fireplaces of the Center Stage Bar—and not just the usual background, easy-listening, hotel-bar piano music (not that there’s anything wrong with that). The current lineup includes bands experimenting in such genres as “edgy folk” and “urban acoustic.”

JW Marriott Phoenix Desert Ridge Resort & Spa


Like many hotels, the resort has its own herb garden, but it’s actually more like a 1.5-acre farm growing kale, strawberries, tomatoes, rosemary, mint, beets, artichokes, Brussels sprouts, onions, peppers, kumquats and a veritable dill forest.

The Phoenician, Scottsdale


Every Friday and Saturday at sunset, this Luxury Collection hotel goes to the birds. The AAA Five Diamond property’s master falconer brings out some of the resort’s winged residents for a birds-of-prey show. Afterward, guests can ask questions and pose for pictures with the show’s stars, including Millennium Falcon, pictured above.

Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs Resort, Phoenix


Perched high on North Mountain, the resort’s Different Pointe of View restaurant offers one of the best views of the valley. A new painting program takes advantage of the panorama, led by a local artist who helps guests create desert landscapes. The hotel is beginning to sell the experience as an option for groups.

Royal Palms Resort and Spa, Phoenix


This 119-room boutique property offers a relatively tranquil. Secluded alternative to the other resorts on this list, all of which are at least four times as large. Adding to the mansion’s quaintness: A pair of real, live palm trees that grow right through the ceiling of the property’s restaurant, T. Cook’s.

Sheraton Wild Horse Pass Resort & Spa, Chandler


The resort is owned by the Gila River Indian Community. And two members of the tribe built an olaski,the traditional dwelling of the Pima people, behind the property’s Aji Spa. These days, such structures are built only for ceremonial purposes, and this poolside hut is used for meditation sessions.

The Westin Kierland Resort & Spa, Phoenix


Launched in October, the hotel’s Scotch Library program is believed to be the largest collection of Scotch whiskey. With more than 130 labels. It includes a 50-year-old bottle of Glenfiddich that retails for $27,000. But guests can buy a 2-ounce pour for just $1,800. The hotel has “Scotch ambassadors” on hand to guide guests through the extensive options. And it offers special tasting events on Friday evenings.

—Bill Chapin

In Conclusion here is more on the resorts of Greater Phoenix: