“A Waldorf Astoria Resort in Phoenix”
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. Architects and presidents. Novelists and world travelers. The serene Arizona Biltmore has hosted remarkable individuals in opulent luxury for nearly a century. Visit us and take your place in time.One of the only existing luxury hotels in the world with a Frank Lloyd Wright-influenced design, The Arizona Biltmore has been an Arizona landmark since its opening on Feb. 23, 1929 when it was crowned "The Jewel of the Desert." The resort was designed by Albert Chase McArthur, a Harvard graduate, who had studied under Frank Lloyd Wright from 1907 - 1909 in Chicago.
I stayed at the here for a convention. The hotel was built in the beautiful Prairie School style, with serene gardens, and great views of the mountains.
Beautiful! Takes about 30-45 min to talk the main Lobby/grounds.
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