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The hotel is nice and the service is fine, but I didn’t think this deserves to be a Fine Hotel for AMEX. The grounds, lobby and ambience are nice. The rooms are a bit tired, even though they were upgraded about four years ago. For...More
This was one of the original Phoenix luxury resorts, now owned by Hilton under the Waldorf Astoria brand. Very spread our over many buildings, if you are not able bodied I'd suggest the main building, which houses the restaurants and shops. Each of the building,...More
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Response from GM_ArizonaBiltmore, General Manager at Arizona Biltmore, A Waldorf Astoria ResortResponded December 11, 2017
Thank you for the time that you took to share the details of your recent stay. It makes us happy to hear that the dining experiences you did have through our Catering team were superior to most that you have had. We strive...More
My wife and I spent a Sunday night at the Biltmore so we could emerge ourselves in its history and hospitality. We stayed in on of the historic cottages which had its own patio and gas fire pit. The concierge reached out to us before...More
Our favorite AZ location! Lush grounds are beautiful and inviting. Spa is perfection. A long walk outside the grounds is a beautiful stroll.
Ocotillo accommodation level provides first class service with generous hospitality. Private pool.
My family stayed at the Arizona Biltmore on New Year's Day/Night then again later in the week. Both stays were calm, relaxing, comfortable, and extremely nice. Our cottage was roomy with everything we needed. Both nights we telephoned for the outside fire pit to be...More