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Biltmore Hotel & Resort

1200 Anastasia Ave. Coral Gables, FL 33134 | South Dade | 305-445-8066

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A Miamian who's never been to the Biltmore? For shame. This 1926 landmark is a throwback to the days of Prohibition-era glamour, and a remarkable monument to Miami gone by. With 150 acres as its backyard, this sprawling, majestic hotel is a historical gem. And as any nearly 100-year-old building is apt to do, it has many a tall tale and ghost story attached. From their brilliant high tea to their famous brunch to their enormous pool --there are luxurious surprises behind every corner. And this Coral Gables oasis has lots of corners.


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The Biltmore Hotel, a National Historic Landmark built in 1926 and situated on 150 tropical acres, is located in Miami/ Coral Gables, Florida. The AAA Four Diamond Awarded hotel features 275 guest rooms including 130 spacious Mediterranean styled suites

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