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Speaking Easy About The AZ Biltmore's Mystery Room

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Mar 01, 2013 01:05 AM
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by Eric last modified Feb 28, 2013

HotelChatter.com reports that the Albert McCarthur-designed (with input from Frank Lloyd Wright) Arizona Biltmore Resort will finally reveal its "Mystery Room" (a former prohibition era speakeasy lounge) to the public as a restored drinking lounge—no password required. Read more here. Image via hotelchatter.com If you've ever wandered the legendary Arizona Biltmore Resort, you've likely stumbled upon a photo of the "Mystery Room," though never the room itself as the location has long been — you...




 

 

Picture 2HotelChatter.com reports that the Albert McCarthur-designed (with input from Frank Lloyd Wright) Arizona Biltmore Resort will finally reveal its "Mystery Room" (a former prohibition era speakeasy lounge) to the public as a restored drinking lounge—no password required. Read more here.

Image via hotelchatter.com
If you've ever wandered the legendary Arizona Biltmore Resort, you've likely stumbled upon a photo of the "Mystery Room," though never the room itself as the location has long been — you guessed it — a mystery. That's all about to change; last week we were among the first to learn that this mysterious room will soon be revealed and restored to a version of its former self as a speakeasy lounge. - See more at: http://www.hotelchatter.com/story/2013/2/27/13249/0972/hotels/Arizona_Biltmore%92s_Mystery_Room_Returns_to_Speakeasy,_Man-Cave_Glory#sthash.WLkF08wJ.dpuf

 

 

 
 
 

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