The third and smallest of Miami's Ritz-Carlton hotels is, hands down, the most intimate of its properties, surrounded by 2 acres of tropical gardens and overlooking Biscayne Bay and the Miami skyline. Decorated in an Italian Renaissance design, the hotel's understated luxury is a welcome addition to an area known for its gaudiness. In addition to the usual Ritz-Carlton standard of service and comfort, the hotel has an excellent, extremely elegant restaurant (with footstools for women to put their purses on -- how classy!), Biscaya Grill, and a sophisticated wine-tasting scene at the Amadeus Bar.
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User Reviews for Ritz-Carlton Coconut Grove
We just returned from our a 3 night stay and the whole experience was wonderful. The hotel is beautiful, our suite was spacious and amazing. My daughter loved taking bubble baths in...
- posted on 11.27.12
- by Rachel R
We stayed at the Ritz while in Coconut Grove visiting relatives during the Thanksgiving Holiday. Similar to another reviewer, I will share the pros and cons. The pros: Wonderful...
- posted on 11.24.12
- by hammyone
Gracious suite; courteous service
The hotel is beautiful and up to the standard of service you expect from Ritz Carlton. We had a wonderful stay in a spacious, comfortable suite with contemporary furniture in a muted...
- posted on 11.15.12
- by skisurfer17
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- tel: 800/241-3333
- fax: 305/644-4681
- 3300 SW 27th Ave
- Miami, FL 33133
- breakfast included
- The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company, L.L.C
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