Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Arizona Biltmore Resort & Spa: Phoenix Arizona

Built as one of Phoenix’s first resorts in 1929, the Arizona Biltmore was constructed in grand form by brothers Albert, Charles and Warren McArthur. Frank Lloyd Wright served as the consulting architect, and the Arizona Biltmore remains one of the only existing hotels in the world to benefit from his influence. Throughout its colorful history, this acclaimed landmark has been graced by U.S. presidents, celebrities and world travelers. Arizona’s historic "Grand Dame" radiates an undeniable mystique of refinement and splendor. The Biltmore has been a premier resort since it opened in 1929. The lobby, with its stained-glass skylights, wrought-iron pilasters, and cozy sitting alcoves, fills with piano music each evening. Guest rooms are large, with Southwestern-print fabrics and Mission-style furniture. The Biltmore sits on 39 impeccably manicured acres of cool fountains, open walkways, and colorful flower beds. New within the resort is the Ocatilla boutique hotel—120 rooms combine intimacy, comfort, and exclusivity, offering personal concierge service, privacy from the main hotel grounds, and all-day culinary programs. 

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