Who’s Going to Arizona?
The New Year is underway, and we have our winner for our January contest. Our winner receives a stay at the luxurious Arizona Biltmore. The lucky winner will also receive two tickets each to the Desert Botanical Gardens and the Musical Instrument Museum, and discounted ground transportation from Driver Provider. Click below to see if you won.
Congratulations to Tiffany Epps of Ohio, who is the winner of Jetset Extra’s latest contest! Tiffany won a stay at the luxurious Arizona Biltmore. She’ll also receive two tickets each to the Desert Botanical Gardens and the Musical Instrument Museum, and discounted ground transportation from Driver Provider.
We asked the entrants to “like” us on Facebook and post on our wall and tell us why they wanted to win the giveaway. This is what Tiffany wrote:
I want to go to Arizona because I have never ever been out of the state of Ohio. I am 39 years old and have never been on a vacation. I have two wonderful very active kids and would love just to have a break and enjoy some ‘me’ time in the beautiful sunshine. I so need this right now with all the stresses I’ve got going on in my life right now.
Best wishes to Tiffany for a relaxing and fun-filled getaway. You could be next! Jetset Extra will be announcing our next contest before you know it.
The Arizona Biltmore has long been a favorite of jetsetters, Hollywood stars, and U.S. presidents, and is known around the world as the “Jewel of the Desert.” The hotel is in the heart of Phoenix but feels like it’s a world away, with 39 acres of lush gardens, eight sparkling swimming pools, and Frank Lloyd Wright-influenced architecture. Golf, tennis, fine dining, shopping, and a world-class spa await you.
The Driver Provider offers individual, corporate, and group chauffeured transportation in Phoenix and worldwide. A combination of the most advanced industry technologies, an impeccably maintained fleet, and professional, courteous chauffeurs is the unmistakable Driver Provider difference.
The Musical Instrument Museum collects, preserves, and makes accessible high-quality musical instruments, images, and music from every country in the world. On February 18th, 2012, MIM will launch its “I Am AZ Music” exhibition, which celebrates Arizona’s centennial and examines the state’s history through a musical lens. MIM’s exhibition tells the story of numerous musicians, musical instrument makers, recording studios, performing arts organizations, and musical traditions significant to Arizona’s past, present, and future. The exhibition consists of more than 30 exhibits, each one including artifacts, photographs, and audiovisual content designed to bring the subjects to life.
The Desert Botanical Garden is centrally located in beautiful Papago Park and is a captivating way to experience the beauty of the desert without leaving Phoenix. The Garden is a nonprofit corporation devoted to the display, research and interpretation of desert plants from all over the world. The Garden is a living museum, one of only a few botanical gardens in the country accredited by the American Association of Museums. For more than 70 years the Desert Botanical Garden has been teaching and inspiring visitors from the local community and around the world and providing research and exhibits designed to help visitors understand, protect, and preserve the desert’s natural beauty.
Inspired by the passion of two famed Biltmore architects, Frank Lloyd Wright and Albert Chase McArthur, Frank & Albert’s features a pure contemporary version of comfortable classics. Using a host of ingredients from local growers, the chefs have infused a healthier, innovative element to some very nostalgic dishes.
Afternoon Tea has been a cherished tradition at the resort since its opening in 1929, and the Biltmore’s 82nd season of the 200-year-old English pastime will start in November. The diverse menu, however, will celebrate foods and trends of today.
Three-story Ocatilla at Arizona Biltmore features 120 rooms including club accommodations with custom furnishings, a private Ocatilla Pool with poolside service, and an Ocatilla Executive Lounge with an array of executive amenities.
The Arizona Biltmore became the state’s iconic legend and now history is repeating itself. Ocatilla at Arizona Biltmore, which is named after the Phoenix camp created by Frank Lloyd Wright as an inspirational workplace, is destined to become the new icon of Biltmore style.
Wright’s at The Biltmore is a Phoenix classic with its enduring history as the signature restaurant of the legendary Arizona Biltmore. So what would be more natural than bringing back the classic dishes that were once the most popular options on the menus of top restaurants like Wright’s – but updated with the culinary perspective and trends of today.
The Arizona Biltmore has created a green spa experience, that is good for both guests and the environment, with natural and organic products and practices. More than ever before, a visit to the spa at the Arizona Biltmore is a green experience. Guests who are conscious and concerned about both the environment and what they put on their body are delighted by our chemical-free, organic products that work with the body and are eco-friendly.