The Biltmore Hotel

1200 Anastasia Ave,
Coral Gables, FL 33134
(855) 311-6903
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Average Base Cost: $47,000

Our average base cost for a Biltmore Hotel wedding is calculated by figuring a 125-person guest list for a Saturday ceremony/reception using their food/beverage minimum of $35,000. Entertainment, flowers, furniture, additional decorations and rentals, transportation, and photography are not included. Price is rounded up to the nearest thousand. Gratuity and sales tax is included.

*Prices subject to change


How it breaks down:

Facility Rental Fee: 

There is no venue rental fee but there are food and beverage minimums for either their Alhambra, Granada, and Country Club venue spaces. The minimum for a Saturday is $35,000++ (for any venue) and for a Friday or Sunday the minimum is reduced to $20,000 for Alhambra & Granada and $30,000 for the Country Club Ballroom. The standard wedding package is 5 hours.  

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Photo by Adept Wedding Photography

What’s Included: Tables, banquet chairs, white floor length linen, glassware, flatware & china

Extras: The ceremony fee is $2,000. An extra hour of open bar is $10/per person, per hour. 

Vendors: Outside vendors are allowed for photographers, videographers, hair and makeup, and officiants. For anything else clients must select from an approved list of vendors.

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Photo by BM Photographers

Food and Beverage: Prices average $200++ per person for a plated meal and open bar.

More Stats:

Space Type: Inside/Outside (but amplified music needs to be inside)

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Photo by Maloman Photography

Size: The Alhambra and Granada venues each accommodate 200, and the Country Club Ballroom accommodates 400.

Bridal Suite: In addition to a wedding night suite (see below) they also offer a complimentary ready room.

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Photo by Rodrigo Varela

Parking: Yes, self-parking as well as valet.

How Will Grandma Get There? Ideally Grams would stay at the hotel, which offers a discounted rate if a block of rooms is reserved (rates for May 2016 average $409/night for non-wedding guests). The bride and groom receive a complimentary suite for the night of the wedding.


Party On! 12:00 am or 2:00 am depending on the space selected

The Report: 

The Biltmore Hotel was built in 1926 as part of the Biltmore Hotel chain. Designated a National Landmark in 1996, the hotel once served as a WWII hospital as well as part of the University of Miami medical school in 1968, eventually becoming a hotel again in 1987. In it’s heyday, the hotel hosted such distinguished guests as the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, Al Capone, Bing Crosby, and Ginger Rodgers. Today, the hotel features a Culinary Academy, spa, as well as a championship golf course.

Woman Getting Married Says:

I grew up visiting the Biltmore Hotel on special occasions, and to this day it remains one of the most elegant wedding venues in Miami. It’s definitely the type of wedding venue (like The Plaza in New York City) that little girls dream about getting married in. If you’re looking for something funky and eclectic, this is not the space. However, if you’re looking for a gorgeous and classic historic wedding venue (and you have the budget), no Miami search is complete without stopping here.

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Amenities/What’s Included 8
Convenient for Grandma 10
Layout 10
Location 10
Overall Charm 10
Venue Value 8

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  1. Avatarsays: BF

    Hi there – have you heard anything about the simultaneous weddings in Granada and Alhambra? I worry that we’ll see the other wedding party!