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Biltmore room rates offer historic luxury at historic discount

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Jan. 30, 2014

Many already know that the Arizona Biltmore Resort in Phoenix, Ariz., has historically been a favorite getaway of Hollywood’s top movie stars. Fewer, however, know that since the time it was built, every sitting U.S. president with the exception of President Obama has stayed at the Arizona Biltmore while in office. Few, if any, hotels can claim that.

Early spring is the peak of tourism season in Arizona. The climate is amazing, the MBL season will be in full swing, and the desert explodes in color. All of which makes the fact that NAID was able to negotiate a $199 room rate at one of the world’s most luxurious hotels an amazing opportunity for conference attendees.

“An average room rate at the Biltmore can easily be $330 to $850 per night, especially in peak season,” said NAID CEO Bob Johnson. “This really represents a once-in-a-lifetime chance to stay at a one of the world’s most storied resorts. I doubt the opportunity will present itself again.”

When asked how she was able to get such a low rate for such a prestigious venue, NAID Director of Events and Programs Jamie Hughes said, “It was easy. We just committed to taking every room.”

Click here to read more about the history of the Arizona Biltmore Resort.