The Sixt car rental branch in Phoenix is conveniently located at Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport. This is the perfect location if you are arriving by air and also easily reached from the city itself, which is just a short drive away. Select your ideal rental vehicle from our top quality fleet, which includes many prestige brands such as BMW and Mercedes-Benz. It's easy to do a price comparison between our diverse array of rental cars when booking online. With our wide selection and regular deals and discounts you can find the right rent a car in Phoenix to match your budget and plans.
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Sixt rent a car
1805 E Sky Harbor Circle South
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Available vehicle categories: Compact Cars & Sedans, Sports cars & convertibles, 4x4 / SUV
Have a look at our branch menu to see about the opening times and car categories available at our Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport locations. Whether on a weekend getaway or a family vacation our branch gives you plenty of options from sedans and compact cars to SUVs and more. Use our Express counter for even faster pick up of your car rental and take advantage of our Sixt app to try to reserve the rent a car of your choice thirty minutes prior to collection. Please note, however, that reservations can only be guaranteed for the chosen car category as specific models are subject to availability.
To make sure that you get the most from your car rental in Phoenix, we have a range of options to suit your specific needs. Our fleet of quality rental cars matches our premium service. We offer an affordable selection of rental cars that can accommodate a variety of mobility needs. Choose your car rental from our array of up-to-date SUVs, compact cars, convertibles, sports cars, sedans and minivans. You can also tailor your rental vehicle with extras like child seats, GPS an additional driver or more insurance coverage.
From our branch at Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport it will take you only eight minutes to drive the four miles into the city centre on East Washington Street. At busy times you could drive via East Buckeye Road, which is a very slightly longer route but should still only take 10 minutes. During busy traffic times, it is sometimes preferable to enter the Phoenix Downtown area from the south or west if possible. These routes have larger capacity and are less likely to get congested. The streets in the east are smaller and often experience traffic problems, especially Seventh Street. There are no toll roads in the city but you may encounter then depending on where your journey takes you out of Phoenix.
You will find that parking your rent a car in Phoenix is quite simple. There are more than 25,000 parking spaces in the city. Off-street garages are plentiful and there is also substantial on-street meter bays. Do remember that these bays are enforced seven days a week, so check out the hours to ensure that you don't get a parking ticket.
Phoenix is the largest city in the Southwest and the sixth largest in the US. It is the most cosmopolitan city in the region and boasts a varied and exciting dining scene and lots of nightlife. Known as the Valley of the Sun, the area can get extremely hot in summer and enjoys 325 days per year of sunshine. Winters are also warm and dry. There are heavy rains in late summer, so it%u2019s probably a good idea to put the hood up if you rent a convertible. You can also experience spectacular lightning shows at this time of year. Although many visit Phoenix for the great golf and shopping, nearby Scottsdale in the East Valley has lots of hip dance clubs along with old-time Western saloons.
There are lots of attractions to choose from in Phoenix. The Phoenix Art Museum is the largest in the Southwest and holds a fine collection of modern and contemporary art. Roosevelt Row is the city's creative heart, with many galleries and a varied nightlife. Music fans and children alike will love the Musical Instrument Museum (MIM). Here you will be introduced to literally thousands of instruments and you even have the chance to play many of them. Heritage Square in the Downtown area has some great dining options and Old Town Scottsdale in the Greater Phoenix area is known for its upscale shopping and dining. Lovers of architecture will excited to drop by Taliesin West, the winter home of famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright. There are frequent tours of this impressive house, which was inspired by the surrounding desert landscape.
For lovers of the outdoors, Lake Pleasant Regional Park is a gem. The park extends to some 23,000 acres of beautiful mountain and desert landscapes. Activities include camping, mountain biking and hiking through the beautiful scenery. There is also an educational visitors centre that gives historical information on about the area and construction of the Waddell Dam.
Distance to Lake Pleasant Regional Park
Take the I-10 south and you will find the Gila River Indian Reservation. At the fascinating HuHuGam Cultural Center you can learn all about the history and culture of the Native American peoples who made this beautiful area their home. There is also a casino and replica Old West town.
Distance to Gila River Indian Reservation
Phoenix may have been founded on agriculture, but these days the economy is much more diverse. Major industries now include technology and aerospace and industry giants like Intel have large sites in nearby Chandler. If you are visiting the city for an exhibition or conference, you will most likely be attending the Phoenix Convention Center, which is located in the Downtown area
Distance to Phoenix Convention Center