Coral Gables

The City Beautiful? Indeed.

Incorporated in 1925 and developed by George Edgar Merrick, Coral Gables is one of Miami’s oldest planned communities. The city's iconic architecture is almost entirely Mediterranean Revival style and it features canopy tree-lined boulevards, historic landmarks, charming fountains, ivy-covered mansions and winding roads. Mostly a manicured, upscale Miami suburb, Coral Gables is hub of shopping sprees, long lunches & truly is a vibrant arts community.

Coral Gables is a pedestrian-friendly community, with abundance of parks, recreational facilities, two public golf courses and plenty waterways. With over 140 fine dining establishments, gourmet shops and friendly baristas, Coral Gables can cater to every foodie’s culinary dream. Food, music, art, literature, and high spirits shake and stir in Coral Gables after dark. Both refined and casual, it's easy to get comfortable with Coral Gables' nightlife. Some notable “Gables” destinations include the historic Biltmore Hotel, Village of Merrick Park, Venetian Pool and the famed Miracle Mile, which replicates a European Old World setting with outdoor cafes, high-end boutiques, international retailers & specialty stores that draws trendy shoppers from all around the world. Coral Gables is also home to ‘Fairchild Tropical Garden’ the largest tropical botanical garden in United States.