Miami Hotels In Coral Gables And Coconut Grove

Biltlmore Hotel property and golf course

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Biltlmore Hotel property and golf course

By: Shayne Benowitz

For experienced travelers who want to see a different side of Miami, consider checking into a hotel in Coconut Grove or Coral Gables. The former is a bohemian, bayfront city experiencing a renaissance of dining and development, while the latter is an opulent neighborhood filled with Mediterranean Revival gems. With a smattering of lovely hotels that capture the area’s character, you can’t go wrong!

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Coconut Grove

Mr. C Coconut Grove

Mr. C Coconut Grove is one of Miami’s newest and most exciting hotel openings. The C is for Cipriani—the family behind the famed eponymous fine dining Italian restaurants, largely credited for creating both the Bellini and beef carpaccio at the legendary Harry’s Bar in Venice, circa the 1930s. Mr. C is an endeavor of the family’s fourth generation, brothers Ignazio and Maggio, who have already opened hotels in Beverly Hills and New York. In Coconut Grove, Mr. C is designed by Arquitectonica with interiors by Martin Brudnizki, inspired by a sleek luxury yacht. The hotel boasts 100 rooms and the rooftop restaurant, fittingly named, Bellini.

    The Ritz-Carlton Coconut Grove

    A glittering luxury hotel in Coconut Grove, The Ritz-Carlton draws its design inspiration from the historic neighborhood’s population of wild peacocks. It boasts spacious guestrooms, a spa, swimming pool, restaurant and cocktail bar, as well as a grand lobby with showstopping mosaic tile columns. Located within walking distances to the best of Coconut Grove’s restaurants and shops, stroll along the waterfront and soak in the sailboats and bay views. Afterwards, head back to the hotel's signature restaurant Isabelle’s Grill Room & Garden for fresh local seafood and craft cocktails.

      Mayfair Hotel & Spa

      Mayfair Hotel & Spa is an Old Florida jewel and a landmark Miami hotel that’s been on the scene for over 30 years. It features a Gaudi-inspired façade, sculptural mahogany doors, Japanese soaking tubs in every suite and a sun-filled interior courtyard. The onsite Jurlique Spa is a fantastic place to escape for a little rest and relaxation. Afterwards, head up to the rooftop lounge and pool for panoramic views of Biscayne Bay. The onsite Mayfair Kitchen feels like a rustic Spanish tavern with stone walls and marble tile floors, boasting a wide variety of shareable plates, like charred octopus, three-cheese mac ‘n cheese and wood-fired pizzas.

        Coral Gables

        The Biltmore in Coral Gables

        An elegant Mediterranean Revival retreat built in 1926 by George Merrick and inspired by both Spanish and Venetian architecture, The Biltmore hotel is a Coral Gables treasure. Situated on a Donald Ross 18-hole golf course, the property boasts a spa, fitness center and a famous 600,000-gallon swimming pool with Renaissance-style sculptures across its lavish grounds. The property’s grand lobby with vaulted ceilings and travertine floors, as well as its guestrooms, recently underwent an upgrade with elegant new furnishings. Become a part of the Coral Gables tradition with Sunday brunch at the lavish Fontana courtyard or enjoy French fine dining at Palme d’Or. Here, Old World glamour is alive and thriving.

          Hotel Colonnade Coral Gables

          A grand dame in the heart of Miami’s “City Beautiful,” Hotel Colonnade is a fixture of downtown Coral Gables on Miracle Mile. With Mediterranean Revival architecture and an opulent marble lobby, newly renovated guestrooms and common areas give it a breath of modern appeal. It also boasts a rooftop swimming pool. With multiple restaurants onsite, grab a coffee and a quick bite at Crema Gourmet Espresso Bar, enjoy global fare at House or steak dinner at Morton’s. With multiple ballrooms and the neoclassical marble-tiled rotunda originally built in 1926, the opulent property is a popular venue for weddings.

            Hyatt Regency in Coral Gables

            To experience a Mediterranean beauty, book your stay at the Hyatt Regency Coral Gables, which was actually modeled after the Alhambra Palace in Spain. You'll find Spanish-inspired detailing throughout the property and a rooftop pool offering lovely views of Coral Gables. Situated in downtown Coral Gables, it’s an easy walk to the area’s best dining and shops, including Books & Books, Cibo Wine Bar and The Seven Dials. Back at the hotel, dine at Two Sisters restaurant for Mediterranean cuisine and enjoy a nightcap at Bar 50.

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