The Biltmore Hotel opened in 1926 as one of the country’s most fashionable resorts, Courting European royalty and Hollywood alike. Today, this jewel of Coral Gables embraces its history, combining the elegance of the 1920s with the luxury of today.
In 1994, President Clinton hosted 34 heads of state from the western hemisphere at the Summit of the Americas held at The Biltmore’s Conference Center of the Americas, a world-class conference center with technologically advanced facilities. The Biltmore’s outstanding meeting facilities are ideally designed to accommodate groups without disrupting equally important leisure guests. Meeting spaces in the hotel building are tucked unobtrusively out of sight and away from restaurants and other public spaces, offering extensive and elegant facilities and services for meetings large and small. The resort features 75,000 total square feet of function space, with an entire wing devoted exclusively to small meetings and breakouts in order to enhance productivity.
Located in the Country Club building, the CCA has become South Florida’s preferred site for high-level professional and executive education programming. The CCA enjoys its own lovely, historic Spanish-style building with an impressive courtyard, ideal for social gatherings set apart from the hotel. The CCA features 40,000 square feet of exceptional function space that includes eight main meeting rooms, six breakout rooms, a 6,200-square-foot ballroom, two state-of-the-art, tiered amphitheaters that seat groups of 60-90 and 90-130 persons, and a private executive boardroom, all set within the historic ambiance and luxurious surroundings of The Biltmore.