The Biltmore Miami Coral Gables

1200 Anastasia Ave. | Coral Gables, FL 33134-6339  [SEE MAP]Coral Gables, FL  [SEE ADDRESS]

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The hotel's lavish atmosphere and impressive guest list consistently woo visitors
Property is a bit removed from downtown Miami's sights
If you have a hankering for nostalgia, consider booking a stay at this landmark property. Everyone from Judy Garland to the Duke and Duchess of Windsor to Al Capone has stayed at The Leading Hotels of the World-affiliated Biltmore. Capone even ran an under-the-radar casino here, and legend has it that the 271 rooms and suites are still haunted by the ghosts of past lodgers. Either way, travelers are blown away by the beautiful European aesthetic of the hotel. Rooms carry on the luxurious theme of the hotel flawlessly, offering guests 340-thread-count Egyptian bedding and oversized picture windows with views of the pool, golf course or surrounding neighborhood. The $22 daily resort fee also covers additional perks like Wi-Fi access and self-parking. And amenities like the posh Palme d'Or restaurant and the 18-hole Biltmore Golf Course are just too good to think otherwise. But should you need to unwind outside your digs, recent guests said you can't leave the property without lounging by the expansive Italian Renaissance-inspired pool. You should especially make time for the Sunday Champagne brunch – that's when this hotel really puts its best foot forward. You'll find this Leaders Club rewards program participant about 10 miles southwest of downtown Miami in Coral Gables, Florida.
Coral Gables, FL
Hotel Class
Property Type
Hotel, 271 rooms
Primary View
Traditional, Opulent



  • 4.5Hotel Class


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Critic Reviews

Condé Nast Traveler


Before he was Tarzan, Johnny Weissmuller – and bevies of synchronized swimmers – wowed Jazz Age crowds with shows at The Biltmore's famous pool, below your room. Today, there's no need to channel the Olympian; just pick a chaise beside the Roman statues and potted palms or schedule a tee time at the equally famous golf course, where Babe Ruth, Bill Clinton, and Tiger Woods have played.



Bouncing back stunningly from its dark days as an army hospital, this hotel has become the jewel of Coral Gables – a dazzling architectural gem with a colorful past. ... Its 16-story tower, like the Freedom Tower in downtown Miami, is a replica of Seville's Giralda Tower.

Lonely Planet


Though the Biltmore's standard rooms can be small, a stay here is a chance to sleep in one of the great laps of US luxury. The grounds are so palatial it would take a solid week to explore everything the Biltmore has to offer – we highly recommend reading a book in the Romanesque/Arabian Nights opulent lobby, sunning underneath enormous columns and taking a dip in the largest hotel pool in the continental USA.

Travel + Leisure


This 1926 Mediterranean-style historic landmark that anchors Coral Gables still feels very Old Florida. The palm-adorned central courtyard's gurgling fountain and grand entrance-inspiring lobby have seen the likes of Judy Garland, Bing Crosby, and an assortment of Vanderbilts.

Guest Reviews

A hotel's guest rating is calculated using data provided under license by Tripadvisor. A total of 2249 have reviewed the The Biltmore Miami Coral Gables, giving it a rating of 4, on a scale of 1-5.

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Tripadvisor Travel Rating: Tripadvisor Traveler Rating 4 based on 2249 reviews 4.0 (based on 2249 reviews)

Guest Rooms

Though standard rooms aren't overly spacious, they make up for it with 340-thread-count Egyptian cotton duvet covers, minibars and flat-screen TVs. Accommodations are outfitted in cream, blue, purple and yellow tones and feature chandeliers and small sitting areas. Some standard rooms also come with Juliet balconies. Meanwhile, upgraded suites boast details like additional TVs, fireplaces and furnished terraces.
  • Daily resort fee covers in-room Wi-Fi access, newspapers and local phone calls
  • Everglades Suite has a baby grand piano and a two-story layout
Nightly resort fee$22

Standard room size300 square feet

  • Premium channels
  • Workspace/desk
  • Minifridge
  • Bathrobes/slippers
  • Minibar
  • Shower/tub combo
  • Separate shower
  • Separate tub
  • Internet
  • Wireless internet
  • Free internet
  • Fee for internet usage
  • Guest rooms with patios and balconies
  • Adjoining rooms available

Location & Parking

Designated a National Historic Landmark in 1996, The Biltmore first opened in Coral Gables, Florida, in 1926. It was a popular spot in the Jazz Age, used as a hospital in the mid-20th century and then reopened as a hotel in 1987. The property sits roughly 10 miles southwest of downtown Miami and 6 miles south of Miami International Airport.
  • Less than 2 miles away from Coral Gables' Miracle Mile, where lots of shops and restaurants reside
  • Free car service within a 2-mile radius (subject to availability)
  • Car rentals and airport transfers can be arranged for a fee
  • Property's resort fee includes self-parking
  • 24-hour valet parking ($32)
  • 24-hour self-parking (free)
  • Airport shuttle (with fee)
  • Car service (free)

Within walking distance of:

  • Bus stop
  • Restaurants
  • Movie theater
  • Train station
  • Beach
  • Theater
  • Subway/metro stop
  • Grocery store
  • Shopping


The Biltmore houses four restaurants, two bars and a tea lounge. Next to the pool, the upscale French restaurant Palme d'Or offers prix fixe dining in a historic dining room. The courtyard setting of Fontana offers a tranquil atmosphere while diners savor Italian fare. The open-air Cascade is poolside and features casual bites. And for a laid-back meal next to the golf course, the property has the 19th Hole Bar & Grill.
  • Bottomless Champagne brunch available every Sunday
  • Afternoon tea takes place Wednesday through Sunday from 2 to 3:30 p.m.
  • Room service available 24 hours a day

Number of restaurants4

Cuisine TypesBuffet, Italian, American, French

  • Fine dining
  • Casual dining
  • Quick service cafe/coffee shop/marketplace
  • Bar/lounge
  • Room service
  • 24-hour room service
  • free breakfast


Back in the day, The Biltmore's centerpiece 600,000-gallon, 23,000-square-foot pool played host to shows from alligator wrestling to synchronized swimming. Famously, "Tarzan" actor Johnny Weissmuller was a swimming instructor at this pool. With six Romanesque statues looking on, guests can relax in the huge pool or in one of nine private cabanas. Each offers a ceiling fan, teak chaises and an outdoor rain shower. Rental rates start at $179 per cabana.
  • This pool is one of the largest hotel pools in the continental United States
  • Lap pool
  • Wading pool
  • Lazy river
  • Family pool
  • Infinity pool
  • Whirlpool/hot tub
  • Adults-only pool
  • Lifeguard on duty
  • Poolside service
  • Waterslide
  • Deck chairs or cabanas
  • Pool bar


The Biltmore Spa on the seventh floor of the hotel provides views of the golf course. A full range of services, including therapeutic deep tissue massages and seaweed wraps, are available. A private spa suite, the Zen Suite, can be booked for small groups with up to 10 guests.
  • Spa open daily from 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.
  • Relaxation area is stocked with fruit and other nibbles
  • Treatments in pool cabanas can be arranged for a fee

Services offered:

  • Massage
  • Facial
  • Body Treatments (i.e. scrubs, wraps)
  • Salon services
  • Outdoor treatment area
  • Steam room
  • Sauna


Children ages 9 to 16 are welcome to participate in the hotel's culinary summer kids camps for $580 per week. Limited to 15 campers per class, this cooking program offers hands-on demonstrations Monday through Friday between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. Or, families can sign up for a three-hour family cooking class for $660. Golf summer camps and kids tennis lessons are available as well.
  • Family-friendly pool with ample space for kids to play
  • Kids Club
  • Free Kids Club
  • Fee for Kids Club
  • Cribs
  • High Chairs


In addition to a golf course and tennis courts, a 10,000-square-foot fitness center with a free weight room, a cardio room and three exercise studios is located on-site. The Biltmore's exercise schedule is packed with more than 100 weekly classes, from Zumba and Pilates to water aerobics in the pool. All group classes are complimentary for hotel guests. Private fitness classes can be arranged for a fee.
  • Fitness center open Monday through Friday from 5 a.m. to 9 or 10 p.m.; Saturdays, Sundays and holidays between 7 a.m. and 8 p.m.
  • Guests must be 16 or older to access fitness facilities
  • Cardio machines have built-in TVs
  • Weight equipment
  • Cardio equipment
  • Yoga mats
  • Free fitness classes
  • Premium fitness classes (with fee)


With 33 total indoor and outdoor meeting venues, The Biltmore can host all sorts of business events. The more than 75,000 square feet of space includes three ballrooms, five conference rooms and a gallery. The property's CC Ballroom can accommodate business functions with up to 700 guests inside or outdoor events with more than 1,000 people in its courtyard.
  • Two amphitheaters are among the meeting spaces
  • Team-building activities can be arranged
  • Property has two amphitheaters

Number of meeting rooms33

  • Business center
  • Meeting rooms
  • Meeting and event planners available


Pets are welcome to stay at The Biltmore in one of the property's first- or second-floor rooms. All pets must weigh no more than 35 pounds and cannot be visible in public areas at any time. A one-time cleaning fee of $50 applies per stay.
  • Guests with pets are required to provide a cell phone number in case of emergenies
  • Advance refundable deposit of $500 applies
  • Pets allowed (with fee)
  • Dog walking
  • Pet-sitting


Designed in 1925 by Donald Ross and refurbished in 2007, The Biltmore Golf Course is an easy walk from the hotel. The 18-hole, par-71 course has a canal running through it that often attracts wildlife. The course hosts the Junior Orange Bowl that includes alumni like Tiger Woods and Bubba Watson.
  • Golf carts are equipped with GPS
  • Lessons and clinics at The Biltmore's golf academy
  • Golf carts
  • Golf packages
  • Club rentals
  • Club house
  • Refreshment stand or restaurant
  • Caddie service
  • Pro shop


With its Mediterranean architecture, running fountains, huge arches and other picturesque details, The Biltmore acts as a popular venue for wedding ceremonies and receptions. Venue options include three ballrooms, a garden and a courtyard. The largest venue offers space for receptions with approximately 1,000 guests. What's more, couples can choose from several wedding packages, which cover details like bridal flowers, wedding cakes, Champagne toasts and officiating services.
  • Wedding packages are designed for ceremonies and receptions with four to 30 guests

Maximum wedding guest capacity1000

  • Hotel hosts weddings
  • Outdoor space for weddings
  • Wedding planners available

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