In each state, there are certain hotels that say a bit about their respective location.
For the Grand Canyon State, Thrillist named the Arizona Biltmore as the most iconic hotel.
Since its conception in 1929, the Arizona Biltmore has been crowned as the “Jewel of the Desert.”
The Biltmore was designed by the great American Architect, Frank Lloyd Wright. In the days since 1929, the hotel has undergone multi-million refurbishments.
The Biltmore played host to a wide variety celebrities, and Presidents. Marilyn Monroe was a frequent guest at the Biltmore. Every president from Herbert Hoover to George W. Bush have been a guest at the Biltmore.
The hotel features eight swimming pools that create a magnificent oasis, spa and salon that feature organic treatments, home to two championship golf courses, and contemporary American cuisine. It’s no wonder that all the celebrities and Presidents stay at the Biltmore.
When you stay a night at the Biltmore, you’ll notice the mission-style furnishings and Art Deco lighting. You’ll be able to watch the picturesque desert sunsets from your private patio.
Whether you’re looking to stay in a guest room, suite, villa, or ocatilla, the Biltmore has a room for everyone.
With the summer months upon us, the Biltmore is the perfect place to host your wedding. The Paradise Garden is a lush flower garden that makes for the perfect walk for the bride to be.
Looking for an activity once you get to the hotel? You have your choice of sparkling pools, and even world class tennis. For the kids, the Biltmore offers activities that include swimming, bike rides, nature walks, and arts and crafts.
Because of the location of the Arizona Biltmore, you can take Jeep tours through the Sonoran Desert, take a tour of the Grand Canyon by helicopter, Horseback ride through the Phoenix Mountain Preserve, and take hot air balloon rides over the desert landscape.
Don’t just take our word for it, you must check it out yourself!