Once considered the grandest hotel of Hollywood’s Golden Age, the historic Arizona Biltmore, renowned for its Frank Lloyd Wright and Albert Chase McArthur architectural pedigree, has recently reopened post a 15-month restoration and transformation. Located on 39 acres near the base of the Phoenix Mountain Preserve, the iconic resort now features 701contemporary guest rooms, including 36 suites, 28 luxury cottages and 54 villas, each reflecting the timeless style and influence of Frank Lloyd Wright, with a palette of earthy hues, wood and stucco walls. After a day of hiking, playing golf on two adjacent courses or biking along the nearby canal, families will welcome time spent at the Paradise Pool, one of seven on the property. "The Twist," a new 65-foot triple water slide, a children’s splash pad, and 15 luxury, air-conditioned private cabanas are among the new best-in-class amenities that pair with the resort’s storied legacy.
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