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Biltmore Hotel in Miami, Florida

Since its opening during the roaring twenties, the esteemed Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables has been a magnet for celebrities and world leaders for more than eight decades. This Florida hotel's collection of elegant rooms and suites embraces the look and feel of a bygone era, with European feather bedding, oversize picture windows and comfortable sitting areas for receiving guests. Modern amenities and hi-tech gadgets are discretely present for your convenience. The resort houses four casual-to-elegant restaurants, including The 19th Hole where golfers imbibe after a day on the magnificent Donald Ross Golf Course. Sitting down to a proper afternoon tea is also part of the Biltmore Hotel culture.

Slip across the bamboo bridge and into the hotel's spa sanctuary, where a tranquil afternoon awaits. At the Biltmore Spa Coral Gables, luxuriate behind the door of one of a dozen treatment rooms, where you will be privy to hedonistic and holistic therapies. Poolside cabanas can also double as treatment chambers for a more al fresco feel. If the need to knead is more to your liking, consider enrolling in the Biltmore Culinary Academy. This recreational, hands-on cooking school offers lessons for foodies of all ages and is taught by the acclaimed chefs that work behind the Biltmore Hotel's kitchen doors. The three-hour class concludes with a sumptuous meal - prepared by you - and recipes to take back and test in your own kitchen. There really is no need to venture off the premises, but in case the urge strikes, you are just minutes from sizzling South Beach and the en fuego scene of downtown Miami.

Location of Biltmore Hotel

Biltmore Hotel
1200 Anastasia Avenue
Miami, Florida

Nearest Airport: MIA

Amenities for Biltmore Hotel

  • General Information
  • 275 Guest Rooms
  • Dining
  • Outdoor Dining
  • Pool Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Wine Cellar
  • Spa Cuisine
  • Afternoon Tea
  • Coastal Cuisine
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Beauty Salon
  • Concierge
  • Spa on Property
  • Gift Shop
  • Fitness Center
  • WiFi
  • Multilingual Staff
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Tennis Courts
  • Personal Trainers
  • Pool Cabanas
  • Outdoor Spa Treatments
  • Golf Academy
  • Culinary School
  • 18-Hole Golf Course
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Bathrobes
  • Satellite Television
  • Marble Bathrooms
  • Luxury Linens
  • Activities
  • Cooking Classes
  • Tennis
  • Cooking Demonstrations
  • Fitness Classes
  • Golf
  • Business
  • Business Center/Services
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Conference Facilities
  • Nearby
  • Shopping
  • Art Galleries
  • Museums
  • Golf
  • Beaches
  • Interests
  • Beach
  • Family
  • Food & Wine
  • Golf
  • Honeymoons & Romance
  • Spa & Wellness

Reviews for Biltmore Hotel

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

We arrived on a Friday and had booked a Junior suite. We were given a superior room which is cheaper than what we booked. There were no other rooms. We took it, and were offer a 40 dólar compensation. Not enough. Next way a junior suite opened up, and they told us they were going to change us to the new room. We waited for 30 minutes and nobody showed up to move our bags to the new room. We are still waiting for the new room. The elevators are a nightmare, blackouts in the room are broken. It’s a nice hotel but service should improve

chiritoJA - Ecuador

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

1. Check in is on the 2nd floor. Should be ground level and the 2nd floor could be a grand lobby with concierge services. 2. Rooms are dated. Shade was broken and the hotel workers were using tools in the middle of the night. It woke us up 2x. 3. I booked this valentine get away 2 months ahead of time. They could not tell me for almost 6 weeks what they would have planned for Valentine's evening. 3. I had a dinner reservation at 830pm. I called the French restaurant at the hotel to explain we'd be late. There was a shooting at a high school in Florida with 17 dead. Our children who were home (in Weston FL) were upset and we were dealing with them. Plus my wife is CEO of a company that has employees with children in the school. At 855pm we arrived and were rudely told by the maitre d (Jack) that he gave away our table to the 9pm reservation. This of course was a stupid lie. Our meal was 4 course and we would have occupied our table for 2 plus hours. He gave our table away to a walk in, I'm sure. The maitre d treated us like we were hobos and he was the king of england. He told us we could wait one hour now for a table. My wife told him she would never eat in any place he worked and we left. 4. We went upstairs to the Italian restaurant and explained our situation. The hostess said she would get us a table in 10 minutes. she asked us to sit in the bar and she would come get us. Well that didn't happen. 40 minutes latter I went out and she apologized and said she forgot us. 5. The service in Italian restaurant was like eating at a banquet. Rushed, sloppy and with out any professionalism one would expect from a Biltmore. Our waitress didn't speak English. Go figure that one... My wife is bilingual so we managed. My steak was like shoe leather and I ordered it medium rare. In conclusion: Don't spend $550 a night for the name - it was terrible I will never go back. (Unless after one year of new management and high reviews)

Nitro207 - Portland, Maine

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

The Biltmore hotel in Miami Coral Gables is a remarkable building... but service is not at the level. I had a problem with my toilet and they are changing it late night. I asked for a new room and I am still waiting. And this was my arrival day from Europe. What a disaster!

Jose Antonio B - Barcelona, Spain

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

It goes without saying, that the architecture and atmosphere of the Biltmore are stunning. It is a beautiful piece of Coral Gables history. From pulling up to the valet, to the birds in the lobby, to the crystal blue pool, and the view from the rooms (I could go on) it is and experience worth having. Checking in was a breeze and our bellhop gave us a nice little tour before taking us to the room. Our room was on the 9th floor, in a corner, so we had a lovely view from all windows. It was a good sized room with a nice bathroom and comfy bed. I appreciated that the phone by the bed had two usb ports for charging devices. Of course, this is an old building with lots of quirks. The floor of our room was a bit uneven and you could notice the many layers of paint on the closet door. I understand the criticisms some travelers have and perhaps some of the rooms need an update. Old buildings don't bother me much if the experience is as nice as my husband and I had. Sure the elevators are old and slow, but just think of all of the craftsmanship that went into carving the wood panels. That being said, If you are used to ultra modern hotels the Biltmore is just not for you. Miami is full of really nice brand new hotels that will suit your style better.

catszo - Orlando, Florida

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

We stayed here for a conference and got a fantastic group rate for a junior suite with a small balcony overlooking the front entrance that was less than half the price of a standard king on tripadvisor, priceline, or any of the other lodging discounters. The room was immaculate, the bed and furnishings comfortable, and the service superb. Parking left a little to be desired; we fought for a space in the large parking lot and it was often a fairly long walk to the hotel, but . . . that's probably because we were cheap; I imagine the hotel offers valet parking, we just didn't ask. The lobby is cool, quiet, and impressive with comfortable seating, and there are several on-site restaurants. We only ate at the Fontana. It's just a little pricey, but the food was excellent, both at breakfast and supper. For breakfast, my wife and I had the buffet; I opted for the continental buffet at about $20 and she opted for the full breakfast at just under $30. You can also order off the menu for about the same price as the continental buffet. The service and food were great as was the setting. We were seated outside in the shade with a view of the courtyard-plaza. For dinner at the Fontana, you can either order a la carte from the menu or pick from a large variety of prix fixe options (about ten to twelve different entrees) that range from about $50 to $80 per person. We opted for the $50 prix fixe menu and really enjoyed it. We chose different appetizers (fruitti de mar and eggplant), entrees (chicken and pork chop) and sides, which we shared. You also get one dessert with the dinner; we had the chocolate cake and ice cream. Everything was terrific. For our stay with the conference discount, the value was exceptional, but I'm not sure I'd feel the same if we had paid a more realistic rate.

readem - Montclair, VA

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