Daily Mandatory Charge will be added to the room rate and includes: guest internet access, fitness center access, fitness classes, same-day replay at Arizona Biltmore Golf Club, one-hour bicycle rental, access to The Twist waterslide at Paradise Pool, two bottled waters daily, lawn games and PressReader access. Also includes $11 Historical Preservation Fund charge.
Known as an Arizona landmark with a century-old legacy and a celebration of Frank Lloyd Wright-influenced architecture and design, the Arizona Biltmore Waldorf Astoria Resort provides a glamorous oasis built among 39 acres adorned with lush gardens and glistening swimming pools.
More than 700 guest rooms, seven sparkling pools, seven dining outlets, a 65-foot waterslide, two championship golf courses, 200,000 square feet of meeting and event space and a Spa facility await. We offer luxury not typically found in resorts of this size - while still honoring the history of this iconic and magical destination.
The resort alone was beautiful! Our room was comfortable. We chose one with a firepit, which was nice! The spa was exactly what we hoped for! We wished it had its own adult pool. The yoga class was nice! The main pool was Vegas style party. A little much for us! For reference, we are in our 40's. Great location. The only reason I'll try a different place next trip is because of the Vegas party pool.
I will start by saying that the Arizona Biltmore is my favorite hotel. I’ve stayed here a few times and reviewed it a few years ago. The (reported) $70 million overhaul has brought a few new features but the architecture and the impeccable service are still what I carried home with me from this stay. Alex at the front desk welcomed me back to the hotel and was able to get me into an amazing room even though I showed up a little before my check in time. I had a quiet balcony with a view of the new sprite installation outside the garden wing. Room: very clean. Shower pressure: 👍🏼. Bed: comfortable. I ate dinner at Frank and Albert’s. Had the Thai Noodle salad. Delicious, loved the noodles and mint. My server Joshua was conscientious and enthusiastic. After dinner I walked the grounds and took pictures and texted photos to my friends saying “I bet you wish you were here.” Somehow the team in charge of this renovation has made it very modern but with an ever present awareness of honoring the history of the property. Also, the signature scent that is piped into lobby and halls of the separate buildings is as familiar and welcoming as the people who work there. Every time I HOPE that a signature candle or room spray will be available for purchase in the gift shop. (Well curated gift shop, I might add.) In summary, I had a great time (obviously) and will continue to recommend the Biltmore to my friends.…
This was our third stay at the Arizona Biltmore. We prefer a quieter room location and the Terrace Court building was wonderful. It was recently remodeled and the bed was very comfortable. The Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired architecture makes this resort unique from other resorts in the area. The hotel entrance has a beautiful stained glass designed by Mr. Wright. The hotel's app for check-in is not that useful as you still have to check in at the front desk and the room number you choose may not be available, however, the app should be used to avoid the long lines at the reception for check-out. We are definitely going to return to the Biltmore!
My husband and I stayed there this past weekend and wow what a treat! It's one of the most gorgeous hotels I've ever seen (and I travel a lot), plus the staff were all friendly and helpful, even the maid Maria. So sweet!! But I want to also highlight Amayah, who is a bartender at the pool. We met her on the first day and since she was so easy to chat with, did so the next few days, even seeking her out at another pool area when she wasn't at Saguaro (please always put her there!). She not only made our time comfortable and fun, but so enjoyable it felt like talking to a friend. She's off to a successful future, I know it. Last, Kaylee was our server at breakfast and she was outstanding as well. So unbelievably kind and accommodating, going above and beyond to make our stay special. What a staff you have there at the Biltmore! The ONLY critique is that breakfast at McArthur's is needing a lot of improvement. It seemed like we were served frozen hashbrowns and all three days of our food choices were small, burnt, or tasteless. Eek!…
Savannah at the front desk was the best part of the Biltmore! She made our stay absolutely perfect and treated us like royalty! THANK YOU Savannah <3 We were in the Catalina Villa and it was lovely.
We’ve never seen a resort so overhyped and overpriced in our worldly travels an we aren’t picky at all, rarely do we complain about anything. However, this $800 a night hotel with another $100 for various fictitious fees such historic tax, you would think your room would be a little bigger, maybe not have peeling paint on the ceiling, or not have screaming drunk college aged kids running the hallways all night. I have found more comfort in a Holiday Inn Expess for $85 per night. The drinks are more expensive than if you flew into space with Branson himself and the food is more than the world’s finest caviar but Taco Bell is way better tasting. I cannot believe that people EVER go to the Biltmore because the only reason you would is to say you did.
This was my second stay here, with the first being before the 2020 renovation. It is certainly worth the price, as the rooms are very comfortable and the grounds are incredible. I took advantage of the pools and FItness Center. I also dined at both McArthur's and Renata's Hearth. Service and food at both were good. Overall the staff was friendly and accommodated any request I had. I appreciated the upgrade to a room with a patio which included a firepit. I also enjoyed the Nespresso maker as the in-room coffee option. It's nice to have that first cup or two in the morning without having too leave the room. I appreciate that it's not too far from the airport yet is quiet and has good views of the mountains. I'll be back!
- resort, service, food were all top notch. Grounds were meticulously maintained. Staff was attentive to every need. The brisket at Renata's was unlike anything I have ever tasted before. I will never have brisket even close to Renata's. Service at pools was incredible - prompt, courteous but not intrusive.
Absolutely everything was perfect. The room, the resort amenities, housekeeping, services, valet, room service. Perfect. Concierge, Perfect. Everyone who took care of our needs was smiling, efficient, and timely. You will never regret this. Take the historical tour. So interesting and fun.
My husband and I stayed at the Biltmore years ago and were in Scottsdale last week. We wanted to stop by and have lunch in the cafe. Mistake. The food was absolutely terrible. My husband ordered a grilled cheese and it smelled as if the cheese was rotting. The service was uncaring and didn't pay any attention to us. It may still be a nice place to stay but can't recommend the cafe.
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