6+ Bedroom Luxury Rentals in Scottsdale AZ

Parsons is here to meet all your needs, and that’s why we offer Scottsdale villas for rent of all sizes. Throwing a family reunion? Bringing along the kids? There’s no need to scour the area for a home big enough; Parsons Villas has you covered. We offer a selection of six-bedroom luxury rentals in Scottsdale, AZ.

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Cholla Village

This home sleeps up to 18. It’s a five bedroom, four bathroom luxury rental in Scottsdale with three king beds, two full beds, and one twin bunk bed. If you plan on having guests, this villa includes a decked out 1,000-square-foot detached guest house. It offers a private entry foyer, kitchen and living room.

The clean white interior and exterior is complemented by deep gray marble countertops inside the home and by tan tiling around the heated outdoor pool and spa. Siberian oak wood floors give the home a dash of extra elegance.

Enjoy the pool and spa while the rest of the family chills out on the outdoor patio or around the outdoor fireplace. Coming soon: a bocce ball court and putting green!

Rates start from $950 per night.

Cochise Villa

This six bedroom Scottsdale villa for rent sleeps 20 in seven rooms. It’s an all-inclusive package with a gym, massive outdoor covered patio, billiards and bar area, gourmet barbecue station, ballet bar, and sauna. The heated salt water pool is paired with a massive, 10-person hot tub. The kids can’t get bored. They can play horseshoes and basketball outside or visit the fourth garage that has a full teen cave. This home offers four king bedrooms, two twin bunk bedroom, one queen sleeper sofa and one queen bed in guest house.

Rates start from $1,000 per night.

Dromedary

This villa is the largest and most luxurious villa we offer, spanning a full acre of gorgeous Arizona desert. Located in Phoenix’s Arcadia District keeps you close to the hottest shopping venues, Fashion Square, Biltmore, and Old Town.

This six-bedroom luxury rental in Scottsdale, AZ sleeps 24 in three kings, three queens, and dual bunk beds with two twins and two full mattresses. The master bedroom has a huge walk-in closet, dual shower and separate soaking tub. For an additional fee, the pool can be heated during the winter.

Rates start from $850 per night.

Mockingbird

This 7,000-square-foot Scottsdale villa for rent is the newest for Parsons. This home sleeps 20 in six bedrooms. It even has a separated guest house on a one-acre lot. There are five and a half bathrooms. The extensive outdoor stonework and interior vaulted ceilings offer that extra touch of luxury. This villa is primed for a relaxing vacation. It has a pool and jacuzzi, fully-lit sport court, fireplace, and surround sound.

Rates start from $1,000 per night.

Valley Vista

If you’re looking for a departure from classic Arizona home design, book your stay at this Spanish-style villa. Cream tile work is mixed with splashes of bright blue tiles. The massive pool centerpiece is a fountain, one of three at this home. At the corner of the pool is a fully-equipped barbecue station with a swim-up bar and a pizza oven. This home sleeps 25 in nine bedrooms. There is a separate one-bedroom, one-bathroom guest house.

Rates start from $1,000 per night.

Stay in Luxury Rentals in Scottsdale, AZ with Parsons Villas

All of these rentals in Scottsdale, AZ include the same amenities as other Parsons rentals, such as high-speed wireless Internet, air conditioning, TV, and free parking. We offer 24-hour check-in and long-term rental options. As with our other luxury rentals in Scottsdale, you can hire a private chef and massage therapist to top it all off.

During the weekdays, you must stay a minimum of two nights; during the weekends, you must stay at least three nights.

Scottsdale’s Museum of the West

Now that you’ve got your bases covered and found yourself the right luxury villa for your Scottsdale vacation, it’s time to explore this great city’s attractions. This being the heart of the American West, there is of course a museum to celebrate the western spirit. You’ll find it in the heart of Old Town, where you might pass the unassuming wooden structure with cacti plants surrounding it without giving it a second look. But don’t let that fool rustic look fool you; inside Scottsdale’s Museum of the West, there’s a huge collection about all 19 western states in the 35,000 square feet space. Arts and artifacts feature prominently, as well as information and profiles of every famous and infamous gunslinger in history. Make sure to check their gift shop for some western souvenirs to remind you of this unforgettable visit.

House of Broadcasting

If you ever wondered what the old black and white TV cameras looked like or how silent movies were shot, this is the place to answer all your questions and put those wonders to rest. The House of Broadcasting is a fascinating museum that houses memorabilia from movie history, original TV cameras, and radio equipment. And of course, you will find a great collection of wardrobes that were used in old-timey movies and period pieces that span the history of civilization. Photos of famous media anchors and movie stars adorn the walls of the museum along with bits of information and anecdotes about the early broadcasting years. It’s a fun place to spend the day learning about the times when radio stations used 14-minute vinyl discs to record hours-long shows. Admission is free, but you’re welcome to donate to the museum.

Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center

Now is the time to leave museums behind and head to the great outdoors. The Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center is the best place to take the whole family for a day out. This center has one mission: to rescue wild animals that are too weak or injured to fend for themselves. This includes abandoned animals that if left alone would starve to death. Here you can see different wild animals living in peace and safety. But that doesn’t mean that the animals will be held here till the end of their natural lives. The wild, after all, is where they belong. So after a period of rehabilitation, when possible the healthy animals are released back in their natural habitats. The sanctuary offers an opportunity for children to get to know these wild animals and learn about the importance of treating animals kindly.