Around The Biltmore
Where to Live
As the city grew, distinctive homes on sprawling lots were built around the golf course and they stand there today with spacious yards and towering trees. Homes to the west and south of The Biltmore are mostly high- and mid-rise condominium buildings. Farther to the west, off of Route 5, 1is the most traffic-heavy area in the neighborhood and is where you'll find major shopping centers. The farther into the neighborhood one goes, the quieter and more residential it becomes.
Where to Eat
Between the Arizona Biltmore and Biltmore Fashion Park nearby, there's no shortage of fine and casual dining in this neighborhood. Christopher's Crush and Morton's Steakhouse are renowned restaurants in the region and the hotel itself has five dining rooms open to locals. Biltmore Fashion Park has plenty of sit-down restaurants from which to choose. What you won't find in The Biltmore are fast-food restaurants, although the three closest grocery stores have impressive delis.
What You'll See
Most of the homes in The Biltmore are surrounded by office buildings that shield the residential areas. It's rare to see residents of The Biltmore area outside their homes, but if you do, they're likely walking their dogs, riding bikes, or out for a run. Tourists and local visitors tend to outnumber on any given day. Granada Park, which sits on the neighborhood's northwestern edge, has a playground, walking trails, picnic areas, tennis courts, and two lakes.
Friday Night Fun
The Biltmore's upscale restaurants and bars draw crowds from both locals and tourists, since this part of the city is a favorite destination. Some of the city's most renowned cocktail lounges and wine bars are along Camelback Road. Enjoy a drink in the midst of history at one of Arizona Biltmore's five establishments. For a slower paced Friday night, visit a gallery on Camelback Road or catch a movie at the adjacent theater.
The Perfect Sunday
In the summer, locals enjoy a walk through the neighborhood or along the banks of the nearby Arizona Canal first thing in the morning. In the winter, a hike up Camelback Mountain or a round of golf are perfect for wrapping up the weekend. Throughout the year, locals also partake in Sunday brunch at The Biltmore or enjoy their afternoons in their backyard swimming pools with friends and family.
Upscale shopping • Quick drive to Sky Harbor Airport.
Locals Don't Love
No nearby elementary or middle schools • Heavy traffic • Few everyday shopping options.
Disclaimer: School attendance zone boundaries are supplied by Maponics and are subject to change. Check with the applicable school district prior to making a decision based on these boundaries.
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