This is a beautiful, historic hotel. It was built in 1929 by Albert McArthur. (Frank Lloyd Wright was a consultant.) I have never seen a hotel combine luxury and history with such finesse. If there were a 5+ rating, the Arizona Biltmore would receive it. Our visit was flawless. We stayed in a luxurious suite in the Fountain Villas. The grounds were mature and lush, and the pools were beautiful. We have stayed in many hotels in Scottsdale and Phoenix over the years, and nothing comes close to this hotel. We had dinner and brunch at Wright's Restaurant, located on the grounds. Both meals were amazing, but the breakfast brunch was the best brunch I have had anywhere in the world. The dessert offerings were fantastical.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Arizona Biltmore,a Waldorf Astoria Resort has been a destination of inspiration for over 85 years. 39 Acres of lush gardens, 8 swimming pools and iconic architecture stir a city to life, provide safe haven to celebrities and presidents, and play muse to guests' whims and wishes throughout this historical luxury resort. Championship golf, a 22,000+ square foot spa and fitness center, multiple restaurants, and a variety of amenities await you. Experience the unrivaled grace of this timeless treasure with a spirited soul. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Arizona Biltmore Hotel Phoenix