The original Arizona resort, and the standard by which all others are measured.
Set in the heart of Phoenix is the world-famous Arizona Biltmore, the archetype for all of the southwest resorts that followed. It was built in 1929 in a style inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright, whose trademark is carried throughout the property, most notably in the distinctively patterned bricks. Architectural highlights include the Aztec Room and the Cottage Court. The resort’s historic signature restaurant, Wright's at the Biltmore, boasts sophisticated American lodge cuisine that reflects Wright's organic, architectural style. Set among the luxuriant grounds, offering views of nearby Camelback Mountain and Squaw Peak, are seven tennis courts, eight pools, two 18-hole golf courses and an 18-hole putting course. A full-service spa features exotic treatments that include Turquoise Sage Therapy and Jewel of the Desert massages, plus a beauty salon. Accommodations are comfortable and stylish with soft tones and modern furnishings. The 120-room Ocatilla wing features a guests-only lounge and concierge services.