For more than 80 years, this resort has been the favored Phoenix address of celebrities, politicians, and old money. The architect was Albert Chase McArthur, with an assist from Frank Lloyd Wright, whose influence across this striking expanse is plain. It has a lot of history—presidents have been staying here since the 1940s—and swellegance; a breathtaking lobby, wide, hushed hallways, serene outdoor walkways, etc. There are two golf courses, a swanky spa, an extravagant pool complete with an ornate waterfall and slide for kids, great food available everywhere you turn, and high-end shops. You’re just a mile from the Biltmore Fashion Park mall, with lots of shops and additional restaurants.
2400 E. Missouri Ave.
Our Rating Neighborhood Central Phoenix Phone 602/955-6600 Prices High season $359 double, $599 suite; summer $145 double, $275–$474 suite. $28 daily resort fee. Valet parking $28; self-parking $12. Pets accepted ($100 deposit). Amenities 4 restaurants; lounge; bikes; children’s programs; concierge; 2 18-hole golf courses; health club; full-service spa; Jacuzzi; 8 pools; room service; saunas; 7 tennis courts; Wi-Fi (included in resort fee) Units 740 Web site Arizona Biltmore
Map2400 E. Missouri Ave. Phoenix
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