Enjoy the over 22,000 square feet of pure pampering during your visit to the Arizona Biltmore Resort and Spa. Relax in the numerous outdoor retreat areas as well as the cascading whirlpools. The Arizona Biltmore Spa boasts a state of the art fitness center, various exercise classes including yoga, Qi Gong, aqua aerobics, step and sculpting classes, hiking, bicycle rentals, tennis and more. Massages such as La Stone massage, and Healing Hands highlight the extensive menu of treatments. Try the Rain Drop therapy, CacUtus Flower Wrap, or an Ayervedic body treatment, The water goddess Sedona Mud Purification treatment infuses Native American spirituality with ancient and modern Western tradition. Men's and Ladies' private locker rooms include dry sauna, wet steam, jacuzzi whirlpool and power shower. Personal amenities are also provided along with complimentary fruits and teas.
Experience resort recreational amenities throughout the year. Arizona enjoys more than 300 days of sunshine annually. The Arizona Biltmore Resort and Spa is equally known for its golf. Adjacent to the resort is the privately owned Arizona Biltmore Country Club where resort guests can play on two PGA 18-hole championship golf courses, The Adobe and The Links. The Adobe offers a simplistic beauty hard to find in an era when trickery is a goal in golf course architecture. When you long for a relaxing yet challenging round, there are few equal. The Links is the younger of the Biltmore family - smart, fresh and a bit precocious, this celebrated layout has quickly earned the respect of golfers everywhere. Rolling fairways lined with luscious pines meander through some of the most stunning homes in Phoenix, well-bunkered greens demand precision shot selection, and the contoured greens roll as they come.
If golf is not your game, choose from bicycle rentals by the hour; jogging along the canal banks, backgammon, badminton, croquet, horseshoes, lawn chess, putting green, table tennis and volleyball. Eight heated pools and three outdoor whirlpools compliment a 92-foot waterslide at the Paradise Pool complex. Swim lessons are available by certified water safety instructors for pre-beginner to adult level swimmers. Seven lighted tennis courts. Take advantage of the exceptional local culture as well. Phoenix offers the civilized variety: a symphony, ballet, opera, museums, historic neighborhoods, and tons of shopping. Or get off the beaten path: Take an adventuresome jeep ride through the Sonoran Desert or a Grand Canyon tour, go horseback riding in the Phoenix Mountain Preserve, or a hot air balloon ride.
The distinctive influence of Frank Lloyd Wright is evidenced in the interior design of the resort's 730 guest accommodations. Mission-style furnishings and textiles in desert palettes of beige, sand and ivory dress the rooms. 1930's style lamps bring a western flair to the decor while reinforcing the period in which the hotel was built. The spacious rooms feature well-stocked mini-bars, a working desk with two chairs, two telephones equipped with voice-mail and speed dialing; marble baths and double sinks, hairdryers, make-up mirror and scale.
Guests of the Arizona Biltmore Resort & Spa can choose from a wide variety of dining venues, from a romantic dinner at Wright's to a casual snack break at The Café. Each equally distinctive, the restaurant interiors were inspired by the resort's Frank Lloyd Wright design and incorporate regional furnishings and textiles. A skilled culinary team of chefs, inventive cuisine and a variety of dining venues have earned The Arizona Biltmore Resort and Spa a reputation for excellence in dining. Heading the team is award-winning Executive Chef John Zaner. Chef Zaner, who recently has been featured in Travel & Leisure Magazine and articles in Gourmet Magazine, is focused on creating seasonal menus that showcase great variety and creativity one can only experience at the Arizona Biltmore.