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Hyatt Regency:

These rates apply to hotel guests only.

Overnight Valet: $20.25 per 24 hours

Short-Term Valet: $9.00 for the first hour + $1.00 each additional hour. After 10 hours, $20.25.

Overnight Self Parking: $14.25 with in and out privileges, charged to your room.

The Hyatt Regency Garage entrance is located just south of Hyatt Regency Phoenix on N. 1st Street.

ParkingDistance and Time from the HyattLocationContact Location
Ace Parking 371 ft, 16 secs (driving), 1 min (walking) 40 North 2nd Street
Phoenix, AZ 85004
(602) 253-3676
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APCO Parking 0.1 mi, 51 secs (driving), 2 min (walking) 201 East Washington Street
Phoenix, AZ 85004
(602) 252-2958


These rates apply to hotel guests only.

24-Hour Valet Parking:

0-3 Hours: $10.20
3-6 Hours: $13.60
6+ Hours: $22.95


0-3 Hours: $7.65
3-6 Hours: $11.05
6+ Hours $14.45

The Sheraton Garage is located under the hotel.

Self-Parking Process:

There are other parking options very close to each property.

ParkingDistance and Time from the SheratonLocationContact Location
Central Parking System 0.4 mi, 2 mins (driving), 6 min (walking) 450 North 5th St
Phoenix, AZ 85004

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Standard Parking 0.4 mi, 2 min (driving), 6min (walking) 411 North Central Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Two Renaissance Square 0.45 Miles, 10 min (walking)
1 min. (driving)
40 N Central Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85004
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Riding the Rail

Are you commuting daily to the NABC events in downtown Phoenix? A great alternative to the heavy traffic, the maze of downtown one-way streets and high parking rates is Phoenix’s Metro Light Rail. And you’ll save big, paying only $4 each day instead of the daily rate of $12 to $18 asked by downtown parking garages.

There are nine free “park and ride” lots for the Light Rail. It is best to use the larger lots at the extreme east and west ends of the route. Those coming from the west can use the lots at 1825 W. Montebello Ave. or 1815 W. Camelback. Both are less than a mile from I-17. It is a 20-minute ride from these lots to downtown. If you come from the east, park at 1806 W. Main St. in Mesa or 2235 E. Apache Blvd. in Tempe. The Apache lot is about 100 yards from highway 101. It is a 40-minute ride from these lots to downtown. Note there is no overnight parking allowed in any lot. For more details concerning the park and ride lots, go to

The Light Rail stops several times in downtown Phoenix. Depending on the direction you are coming from and which hotel you are playing at, it is a leisurely three- to 10-minute walk to the playing site from the rail stop.

The train runs until 2 a.m. on Friday and Saturday, so any bridge-playing schedule can be accommodated on those days. Sunday through Thursday, the last train from downtown going east leaves at 11:15 p.m., and the last going west leaves at 11:30 p.m. Therefore, if you are playing a 7:30 p.m. game, you must immediately leave at the conclusion of your session to ensure not missing the last train. Evening trains run every 20 minutes.

Costs to ride the Light Rail range from $4 for a day pass to $20 for a seven-day pass. If you are 65 or older, the price is half of the full fares. Tickets can be purchased at kiosks found at each station, online or at numerous local vendors. To locate a vendor, go to To purchase passes online, go to Passes purchased online are mailed, so purchase these at least two weeks in advance.

The Light Rail also has a stop near Phoenix’s Sky Harbor Airport that can be reached via shuttle. From here, it is about a 15-minute ride to downtown. A one-way, one-time fare is $2, and there are no restrictions regarding luggage.