The identity of the Rat Pack – that group of 1950s and 1960s singers, actors and troublemakers — is synonymous with the desert. From Las Vegas to Palm Springs, the joke-cracking and hard-drinking team of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis, Jr., and company did their best work around the sands. Pun intended.
The Arizona Biltmore, a Waldorf Astoria resort set in the Valley of the Sun, recently introduced the Destination Debonair package. They call it “a contemporary gentlemen’s escape inspired by the classic gentlemen of the Rat Pack.”
While no resort can fully condone everything and everyone the Rat Pack got into back in the day, this new booking opportunity tries to hit all of the other necessary highlights. Here’s how you set it up in Arizona:
First, you round up three more guys willing to get into trouble with you. Once you all throw in for the $2499 per night rate on a three-night minimum, you head to PHX. Upon arrival, resort staff slaps a dirty Grey Goose martini into your hand. From there, you and yours enjoy…
- Villa Accommodations for Four
- A two-hour Top Golf excursion with private car transportation and a $150 food and beverage credit
- Bourbon and cigar experience, featuring a flight of premium bourbons and a set of custom rolled cigars from Fumar’s platinum line of vintage tobaccos
- An afternoon at Spa Biltmore
- Daily breakfast for champions at Frank & Albert’s Restaurant or the café
- One dinner at Frank & Albert’s
- A dinner at the renowned Wright’s at the Biltmore with a chef’s tasting menu and custom wine pairings
- Waldorf Astoria cocktail book comprised of hundreds of classic cocktail recipes and tips from esteemed Waldorf Astoria New York’s bar manager, Frank Caiafa
The Arizona Biltmore is taking bookings for Destination Debonair into 2020.