Built as one of Phoenix’s first resorts in 1929, the Arizona Biltmore was constructed in grand form by brothers Albert, Charles and Warren McArthur. Frank Lloyd Wright served as the consulting architect, and the Arizona Biltmore remains one of the only existing hotels in the world to benefit from his influence.
Throughout its colorful history, this acclaimed landmark has been graced by U.S. presidents, celebrities and world travelers. Arizona’s historic Grand Dame radiates an undeniable mystique of refinement and splendor. This acclaimed Phoenix Arizona property features:
- 740 guest accommodations
- 78 one – and two – bedroom villas
- Eight Swimming Pools
- Seven Tennis Courts
- A full-service resort spa, salon and fitness center
- Five dining options
- Adjacent Arizona Biltmore Country Club boasts two 18-hole PGA golf courses
Bank Director’s room blocks at the Arizona Biltmore and the Embassy Suites Biltmore have expired. If you need to make hotel reservations, you may try calling the Arizona Biltmore at (800) 950-0086 or the Embassy Suites Biltmore at (602) 955-3992. If they are unable to fulfill your room request, you may want to consider the following properties:
Camby Hotel (the old Ritz-Carlton Hotel), (602) 468-0700 – 1.8 mi from the Arizona Biltmore
Hampton Inn Phoenix Blitmore, (602) 956-5221 – 1.9 mi from the Arizona Biltmore
Courtyard Phoenix Camelback, (602) 955-5200 – 2.0 miles from the Arizona Biltmore
Homewood Suites Phoenix Biltmore, (602) 508-0937 – 2.3 miles from the Arizona Biltmore
There will be a shuttle that transports attendees and their guest from the Embassy Suites to the Arizona Biltmore throughout the event at no additional cost to participants.
Directions to the Arizona Biltmore Spa & Resort
Taxis, limousines, shuttles, buses and vans can be arranged to transport you from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. Please contact the Resort Services desk at 602-955- 6600, extension 7000 for rates and information.
From Sky Harbor Airport:
- Exit airport using the 24th Street exit
- Turn right on 24th Street heading North
- Follow 24th Street for about 20 minutes
- Make a right on Thunderbird Trail (2 streets North of Camelback Road)
- Follow driveway to the Arizona Biltmore
For questions about the program, please contact Bank Director’s conference department at firstname.lastname@example.org or (877) 397-7595.