Apex attendees can take advantage of an exclusive offer to play 18 holes on this par-71, 6300-yard course. Put together your foursome and participate in NAIFA's golf event on Tuesday, August 16th. 9 am tee time. $69/per person.
Built during the 2017 renovation, The Spire Bar includes handmade tiles from Italy. The unique pattern that lines the floor and bar is taken from the original floor of the Wrigley Mansion.
This pool is 1 of 7 pools on property at the Arizona Biltmore. Paradise features a triple waterslide, splash pad, and private cabanas. The Catalina Pool was declared by Marilyn Monroe as her favorite pool. The Saguaro Pool is an adults-only oasis.
Built in 1929, the clever, octagonal structure of the Aztec Room radiantly displays its copper beams and gold-leaf ceiling. Senator John McCain and Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor both held their weddings in this room. And when President Ronald Regan and his wife, Nancy, honeymooned at the resort, they had a party here to celebrate.
The Sprites were originally designed by Frank Lloyd Wright to stand guard over the Midway Gardens in Chicago. When the Midway Gardens were demolished in 1929, the Sprites were thought to be lost – until unearthed on a Wisconsin farm. At the request of Wright’s widow, a mold was made of the ‘Solemn Sprite” and gifted to the Arizona Biltmore in 1985. Nineteen of these sprites now adorn the property.
The Wright Bar has always embodied the renegade spirit of Hollywood’s Golden Age. Restored to its tiered structure, the aim was to reinstate the Frank Lloyd Wright ethos of "beautiful places for people to feel beautiful in."
Home to the 2nd largest gold leaf ceiling in the world, only behind the Taj Mahal, the Gold Room is the resort's original dining hall and was often host to Clark Gable and his friends.