Established in 1926, The Biltmore served as respite for Hollywood and European royalty alike, a fashion resort in the Jazz Era, and converted to a hospital for World War II. In 1992, a $40 million face lift refreshed its classic Mediterranean architecture with Moorish and Italian influences. And in 1996, The Biltmore became a National Historic Landmark.
The restored, historic, world-class Donald Ross 18-hole golf course provides another level of luxury for locals and visitors alike. Whether staying over or just checking out the new digs, be sure to check out the Culinary Academy and stop into The 19th Hole Experience, the classic club restaurant and bar with pristine views of the course. It just might replace your favorite sports bar.
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