Hey Pals! Welcome to the Mystery Room! Secretly built in 1929, the Mystery Room dazzles and delights as an authentic speakeasy. Framed by iconic Biltmore blocks, the room features the original fireplace and a bookshelf that opens up to a bar.
The Mystery Room at the Arizona Biltmore is a renovation of the original speakeasy that operated in the resort when it opened in 1929. It used to be called the Men's Smoking Room. Back then, the liquor cabinet was disguised as a bookshelf, and there was a spotlight to target patrol cars. While that’s not entirely necessary today, the Mystery Room still boasts the same vibe of the Roaring '20s. The architecture is classic Flank Lloyd Wright, the bartender dresses the part, the music reflects the era, and a password is absolutely necessary.
Come inside and check it out! Remember to scan the final QR code at the bar. Cheers! -Stan