Just when you think, this girl has finally settled down for the summer, I end up here.  The Arizona Biltmore in the middle of summer - yes it's as hot as you think.  It's also a lot more pleasant than you think.  This hotel was built in 1929 and designed by Albert Chase McArthur, a protege under Frank Lloyd Wright.  As a result, this hotel is unique, to say the least, with its architectural influences and it rises out of the Arizona desert like a Phoenix (haha - catch that?).  I wasn't able to explore the hotel grounds much, as we arrived and had a dinner event, but I hope to do so to a greater extent tomorrow.  And squeeze some quality pool time in there as well.  I hear there is an over 90-foot pool slide.  Stay warm or cool, wherever you are, and I look forward to sharing more pictures with you soon!