Located near 24th St and Camelback Road this home to over 39 acres of gardens, a championship golf course, multiple swimming pools, a 22,000 square foot spa, and numerous high end restaurants, this resort gives you absolutely no reason to step foot off hotel property.
It’s surrounding neighborhood is now known as the Biltmore District. As one of the more luxurious venues in the Phoenix area, The Biltmore is constantly hosting all different kinds of events. From weddings to charity events, to recreational and even red carpet occasions, they can do just about everything. The area has a median homes value of $1.1 million with many exceeding $10 to $12 million.
Since its debut in February of 1929, the hotel has been featured on the Travel Channel as well as on the show Great Hotels. Only minutes away from a high end shopping center and downtown Scottsdale, its prime location even brings in the Arizona locals. Don’t wait to book the weekend getaway trip that you deserve.
Crowned “Jewel of the Desert” the Frank Lloyd Wright inspired Arizona Biltmore opened on February 23, 1929 by the architect of record, Albert Chase McArthur. In 1930 the McArthur’s lost the property to William Wrigley Jr, one of their primary investors and owner of another Point of Interest, The Wrigley Mansion. Wrigley then became primary owner to The Biltmore.
On November 4, 2008 the McCain/Palin campaign hosted it’s final party at the resort. Along with politicians, many other celebrity icons have been spotted at The Arizona Biltmore in it’s 84 years of publicity.
Definitely a must see in Phoenix. Tours are an hour and a half long and are hosted Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays 10 am, free to hotel guests and only a $10 rate for visitors. We recommend calling a head as spots fill up quickly. Who could blame them, with a view like that?