Ratings based on 686 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.4 Room cleanliness
4.3 Service & staff
4.3 Room comfort
4.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from San Francisco, CA
Gorgeous ArchitecturePosted Nov 12, 2015
Cons: Not really.
Location: Great resort. Sedona is a nice day trip.
If you are a fan of Frank Lloyd Wright, then this is the place to stay. It was done by one of his proteges and he was the consulting architect on the project. It's oozes FLW. We loved it and can hardly wait to go back and spend more time. It's a sprawling resort and the food was so surprisingly delicious at Frank and Albert.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Posted Sep 7, 2015
Nice place. But for a first class hotel they nickel and dime you to death
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Posted Aug 31, 2015
Great property, Gym, restaurants all good, room a bit dated..
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Chicago
Historic resortPosted Aug 30, 2015
Pros: Courteous staff, beautiful grounds,
Cons: The toilets make so much noise when flushed. The prices for a simple breakfast or lunch are very high.
I went with two girlfriends for a relaxing get away. We enjoy the selection of pools and amenities, such as the fitness center and spa. There are also many wonderful restaurants nearby.
for Business Travelersby Fredrik from Stockholm
A nice visitPosted Aug 22, 2015 on Hotels
A large hotel complex with great conference facilities. Nice large rooms. The hotel have good service, however a bit expensive when it comes to food and quality in the restaurants.
for Business Travelersby James from Houston
Posted Aug 13, 2015 on Hotels
Excellent facility and quality service. Staff very friendly. Room was great. Only negative for me was a king size bed with VERY soft mattress cover almost like feather bed and I like a hard mattress. A/C a bit noisy too, but really liked the entire facility and definitely would use again.
for Familiesby Lexie from Tucson
Overpriced, service is poorPosted Aug 6, 2015 on Hotels
Bathroom sink was horribly dirty and our toilet was broken upon arrival. The pools, particularly the Paradise pool are in need of repair. Both my son and I were attached by cracked or broken tile work. No game console or bathtub in the room as we excpected. The hotel also chose not to honor a room booked with resort credit included. I had to phone hotels.com to sort out the issue. This hotel is overpriced and overrated and has very poor guest service. My family and I will not return again for a stay.
for Couplesby Matthew from Salt Lake City
Iconic hotelPosted Aug 5, 2015 on Hotels
What a great iconic hotel! The history and design of this hotel are unbeatable. The staff and service were outstanding. We loved our stay and will return again.
for Business Travelersby Kelly from Hurst, TX
Magnificent Architecture makes it a splendid stay!Posted Jul 27, 2015 on Hotels
I did have a couple of complaints- soap on shower floor nearly had me on the floor; food for breakfast was mediocre at best, but did notify the manager and they removed my breakfast charge. The employees were all very friendly and responsive. The architecture and history of this hotel made all worth while- absolutely a beautiful hotel. Bathrooms were very spacious, as were the rooms.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Phoenix, AZ
Reunion WeekendPosted Jul 23, 2015
Pros: Poolside service, king rooms, hotel grounds, dining options, overall tranquility.
Cons: Villas need updating (coming soon, I believe).
Location: The hotel is recessed away from major roads, so it's very tranquil. 24th & Camelback is 5 minutes away and has lots of dining/entertainment options.
My wife and I and 5 other couples stayed at the Biltmore as part of a girl's graduate school reunion. Two of the couples stayed in villas, the rest of us stayed in regular king rooms. The facilities at the Biltmore are excellent. We spent three days at the hotel, and most of those days were by the pool. The pool area is nice, with a modest waterslide and hot tubs. Our group rented a few cabanas each day - the cabana shown on the website is the larger type, and costs significantly more than the smaller cabana, which is VERY small (not even 100 square feet). The poolside food and beverage service was excellent - frequent and fast, and the food is excellent. The food isn't cheap, but the quality is excellent. There's a spa and fitness center adjacent to the pool area - I didn't visit the spa (but the girls in our party did and said the services were awesome). The fitness center has a good selection of equipment, but it felt cramped and the TV/video quality on (ALL of) the workout machines was really poor. I'm not sure if that was a temporary issue, but I've seen superior TV/video quality at different mainstream gyms I've used. The king rooms had recently been renovated and were very comfortable - awesome bed, massive flat screen, modern bathroom. The villas weren't as nice as I would have expected, but they haven't been renovated yet (that's coming in later this fall or winter). All in all, I'd highly recommend the Biltmore.