Coral Gables

Coral Gables

Coral Gables, Florida, is one of Miami’s most famous and distinguished neighborhoods and is located between Deering Bay Golf Course and the West Flagler Avenue and Red roads and LeJeune to the west and east.

City of Coral Gables or “The City Beautiful” has a lot of history. Coral Gables Florida was planned in the 1920s by visionary developer George Merrick. The Mediterranean Revival style of architecture was first introduced in the US at the end of the 19th Century and reached its popularity during the “Roaring Twenties” and thirties.

During this time frame, Mediterranean Revival-style home construction was used extensively in the coastal areas of both California and Florida. This style of the home building involved using stucco to finish outside walls along with terra cotta or tiled roofs and dramatic arches to create a look that had only been seen in coastal communities throughout the Mediterranean region.

You can find this style of construction being used in hotels, office buildings, apartment buildings, and condominiums, and a wide variety of homes ranging from those priced modesty to many of the most luxurious homes.

Today Coral Gables is a significant business center for both local and international businesses. It is also desirable because of its proximity to Miami Downtown, Brickell, and the Miami International Airport.

The University of Miami is the City’s largest employer.

Homes in Coral Gables are not typical homes; they have character. Coral Gable’s weather is excellent, the summers are long and hot, and the winters are short, comfortable, and warm.

Things To Do In Coral Gables

Coral Gables Restaurants

Coral Gables Florida has a vibrant business community that includes shopping, sporting, entertaining activities, and some of the most amazing places in the area. Here are some of the local favorites to visit and enjoy the food experience:

Maia House Restaurant
Caja Caliente
MKT Kitchen
Tur Kitchen
The Local Craft Food and Drink
Luca Osteria
Graziano’s in the Gables
Caffe Abbracci
The Gramercy Miami
Brasserie Central

Coral Gables Schools

Coral Gables Private and Public Schools

If you are looking to move to Coral Gables and you need to find a school for your child, make sure you do your research in advance. Public schools in Coral Gables are based on the geographic area where the home is located. Coral Gables has many different school options from private schools, public, charter, and more.

Listed below are a variety of private and public schools located in Coral Gables Florida.

You can also find a list of schools here on google maps and based on their location around the city.


Hotels In Coral Gables Florida

When you’re in Coral Gables Florida, there are many hotels to choose from. One of the most famous hotels is the Biltmore Hotel. The Biltmore Hotel is a national historic landmark located in the exclusive Coral Gables Florida. It is a 271-room upscale hotel that was designed by Schultze and Weaver and was built in 1926 by John McEntee Bowman and George Merrick. The Biltmore Hotel offers not only a piece of history but also an 18-hole golf course, tennis courts, full-service spa, swimming pool with cabanas, amazing banquet, and huge meeting facilities.

Besides Biltmore Hotel here are some other great hotel options in Coral Gables Florida:

Hotel Colonnade Coral Gables
Hyatt Regency Coral Gables
Courtyard Miami in Coral Gables by Marriott
Hotel St. Michel
Chateaubleau Hotel
Thesis Hotel 
Loews Coral Gables

Around The Area Of Coral Gables Florida

Explore The City Of Coral Gables

The city of Coral Gable Florida is full of culture, art, theaters, museums, and bookshops all over the city.

One of my favorite historic landmarks is the Venetian Pool. The pool was completed in 1924 and it is an aquatic facility unlike any other in the country.

Shop on Miracle Mile
Lowe Art Museum
Matheson Hammock Park
Coral Gables Trolley
Coral Gables Merrick House
Coral Gables Museum
Actor’s Playhouse
Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park
Deering Estate
Coral Gables Art Cinema

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