Biltmore Hotel - 1920s Miami GlamBiltmore  

Located in Coral Gables, southwest of Downtown Miami, this beautiful historic hotel is famous for its luxury and ghostly past.

Built in 1926, the idea behind the Biltmore Hotel was to provide a luxury epicenter of sports and fashion for the wealthy crowds that came to holiday in the area.

The price tag for the building was $10 million, and it quickly attracted stars such as Judy Garland, Babe Ruth, Al Capone, and President Franklin D. Roosevelt.

Type: Golf   Luxury
Location: Miami  USA  North America

During World War 2, it served as an Army Hospital, and it continued to be used as a hospital by Miami's School of Medicine until it was restored and reopened as a hotel in 1987.

Biltmore Hotel Miami Building by Night

In addition, the hotel is a favorite for ghost hunters because many people have reported spooky happenings on the 13th floor where, in 1929, mobster Thomas “Fatty” Walsh was gunned down.

Biltmore Hotel Lobby

Take a daily tour to find out more about this fascinating landmark.

Biltmore Hotel Lobby Mediterranean Interior Design

Palme d'Or Restaurant

Palme d'Or Restaurant

Fontana Restaurant

Fontana Restaurant
Biltmore Hotel Bar

Everglades Suite

Biltmore Hotel Everglades Suite

Junior Suite

Biltmore Hotel Junior Suite

Terrace Suite

Biltmore Hotel Terrace Suite

Cascade Restaurant

Cascade Restaurant Patio
Biltmore Hotel Private Dining in Cabana
Biltmore Hotel Fontana Restaurant Brunch

The pool was once the largest in the world and even today, it is the largest in the United States.

Biltmore Hotel Cascade Restaurant Pool-Side
Biltmore Hotel Cabana
Biltmore Hotel Pool
Biltmore Hotel Golf Course
1200 Anastasia Ave, Coral Gables, FL 33134, USA