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Crowne Plaza San Marcos Golf
One San Marcos Place
Chandler, AZ 85225 US

Hampton Inn Suites Phoenix
3265 S Market St
Gilbert, AZ 85297

Hyatt Place Gilbert
3275 S Market St
Gilbert, AZ 85297

DoubleTree by Hilton Gilbert
1800 S Santan Village Pkwy
Gilbert, AZ 85295

La Quinta Inn and Suites Phoenix Mesa East
6530 Superstition Springs
Mesa, AZ 85206 US

Country Inn & Suites By Carlson - Mesa
6650 East Superstition Springs
Mesa, AZ 85206 US

Quality Inn Mesa
6347 East Southern Avenue
Mesa, AZ 85206 US

Best Western Plus Mesa
1563 S Gilbert Rd
Mesa, AZ 85204

Arizona Golf Resort & Conference Center
425 S Power Rd
Mesa, AZ 85206

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About Gilbert

Gilbert, Arizona, exists in the heart of the Valley of the Sun in eastern Maricopa County. It is part of the greater Phoenix metropolitan area, but it has a unique identity of its own. For many years, it was the fastest-growing city in the United States. Though it does not continue to hold that distinction, it still experiences rapid population growth as people around the country decide to move to the southwest at an increasing rate. As of 2012, the city's population was approximately 210,000, and that number is expected to grow steadily well into the next decade.

The city of Gilbert was founded in the early stages of the 20th century when a railroad developer decided to construct a rail line connecting Phoenix with Florence, Arizona. The individual who provided the land was named William Gilbert, and his name became the name of the community. The city was incorporated in 1920, and it was well known throughout the region as one of the most important agricultural communities in Arizona. In fact, Gilbert was known for a time as the world's hay capital. Though agriculture is not as important to Gilbert as it once was, its farming heritage remains an important part of the city's culture.

These days, Gilbert is one of the most popular places in the American southwest for individuals and families looking for new places to live. It is considered incredibly clean and safe, and it appears on many annual lists of the best places to live thanks to its lovely climate, great schools, and diverse population. Additionally, the city is located near the metropolis of Phoenix, but it is equally close to a number of terrific wilderness areas. Gilbert, Arizona may not be the most notable city in Arizona, but it is certainly one of the nicest.