The stately, iconic Arizona Biltmore offers an endless summer with a special all-inclusive deal that runs through September 5, 2014.
The package for two comes with lodging, ginable – including accommodations, all meals, 20% discount off spa treatments, free self parking and no resort fee all for $199, without this deal it would cost at least $381 considering the meal plan would run $232, resort fee’s usually $28, self-parking’s $12.
Meals are at Frank & Albert’s restaurant and the poolside Cabana Club only and exclude in-room dining and Wright’s. Advance reservations are required. For reservations call 800-950-0086, mention code P6; or online at www.arizonabiltmore.com and choose "All-Inclusive" package. http://www.arizonabiltmore.com/Specials/Default.aspx#sthash.CpCpv7L3.dpuf
The 740-room Arizona Biltmore, A Waldorf Astoria Resort in Phoenix, original opened in 1929 as the crowning jewel of the desert due in part to its distinctive Frank Lloyd Wright design and ultra swank design details. It hosts eight swimming pools, tennis courts, a spa, two 18-hole golf courses, 18-hole putting green and other creature comforts.
Summer is endless at the Arizona Biltmore with lots of fun activities and entertainment for the entire family. Adults and kids get into the swim at the inviting Paradise Pool with its 92-foot waterside, DJ Pool Parties, live music, Splash Cinema (family movies watched from floats in the pool) and popular foods grilled poolside. Parents especiall\y enjoy the pampering by Pool Butlers, servers and attendants that proffer cooling spritzes of Evian, mini treatments, sunblocks, refreshing drinks and food. Need extra diversions? There’s wine tastings, kids cooking classes, salsa-making demos, guided hikes in the adjacent nature preserve, “glow-in-the-dark” family fun at night.
Arizona’s just a short flight from Los Angeles. You can drive there is you don’t mind paying for gas in about six or more hours. But you will get your vacation started faster if you book a flight on Southwest. We found fares on lines for $49 and up at www.farespotter.net.