The Biltmore Hotel Miami-Coral Gables

This is one my go-to Hotel when I visit Coral Gables, Florida. I could write a book about how I love this hotel, but I would rather have you just experience it for yourself. The many times we’ve stayed there from a standard room to the Tower Suite, the staff was always very friendly and accommodating. Scroll down to see some of our pictures from our many stays here.


The Miami Biltmore Hotel consists of 275 rooms of which 130 are suites. If you like architecture and history of a classic Florida Hotel, then it’s time to consider The Biltmore when you visit the Miami area. Enjoy the peaceful tranquility once you enter the community of Coral Gables, leaving behind the hustle and bustle of Miami.

The restaurants are fantastic from “Cascade” the cafe by the pool, “Fontana” Italian Cuisine for dinner and a wonderful breakfast buffet that is a “must” when staying here to the “Palme d’Or” a  AAA Five Diamond French Restaurant, which I can’t say enough about, you just need to experience it for yourself.

Beautiful Resort all around I highly recommend staying in a Tower Suite and if you want to splurge then by all means stay in the 2 bedroom 1830 sqft Everglades Suite, this Suite was used in the 1995 movie Bad Boys with Will Smith and Martin Lawrence and is just incredible to say the least.


More Fun Facts:

The Miami Biltmore Hotel is a luxury hotel in Coral Gables, Florida. It was designed by Schultze and Weaver and was built in 1926 by John McEntee Bowman and George Merrick as part of the Biltmore hotel chain.

The Miami-Biltmore Hotel & Country Club was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1996.

It served as a hospital during World War II and as a VA Hospital and campus of the University of Miami medical school until 1968. It became a hotel again in 1987 managed by the Seaway Hotels Corporation.

Some people claim this hotel to be haunted, most often by the spirit of Thomas Walsh.

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