The hotel was designed by Albert Chase McArthur,who studied under Frank Lloyd Wright.
Back in the day
The lobby, from above
There's not too much (if any) original furniture left in the hotel.
A massive amount of Warren McArthur once filled this art deco wonderland.
This original pair of planters from the Biltmore, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and Warren McArthur, sold at Wright in 2012 for $27,500
One of these can be seen in the photo above, on the left.
An original table from the Biltmore, by Frank Lloyd Wright and Warren McArthur, sold at Wright in 2012 for $7,500
The cottages on the resort grounds are pretty great
The garden wing
The pre-cast concrete"Biltmore Blocks" used to construct the resort were designed by Albert Chase McArthur and
sculpted by Emry Kopta, a well-known sculptor.
"Safeguard Forms and Cactus Flowers," designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1927
Donated by Mrs Frank Lloyd Wright
The Aztec Room
No Wright/McArthur goodies in the rooms either. It's more of an "inspired by" theme.
The hotel bar/restaurant has several Soleri bells hanging around the dining areas.
Possibly, a nod to the time Paolo Soleri spent at Taliesin West . More about that connection here, here, and here.
You know, for kids.