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Italian Renaissance vibe, grand lobby featuring money-is-no-object floral arrangements, door attendants who will fuss over all of your entrances and exists.
Of all the three Miami-area Ritz Carltons, the Coconut Grove is the smallest, though the rooms are typically Ritz.
This business-centric Ritz-Carlton hotel in the heart of Coconut Grove received a face-lift in 2012 that gave its lobby and lounge a refreshed, livelier look. Full review →
Soak in the sights of the Miami skyline, Biscayne Bay and Coral Gables from your private balcony at The Ritz-Carlton Coconut Grove, Miami. Full review →
The third and smallest of Miami's Ritz-Carlton hotels is, hands down, the most intimate of its properties. Full review →
Luxurious architecture in sync with the historic surroundings. Full review →
An intimate Italian villa in Miami’s original nabe with a tranquil spa and trattoria. Full review →
This one overlooks the bay, has immaculate rooms and offers butlers for every need, from shopping and web-surfing to dog-walking and bathing. Full review →
The Coconut Grove Ritz maintains the same elegant, high-polished marble and prompt, reliable service that made the Ritz brand famous. Full review →
This is one of Ritz-Carlton's smallest offerings, and its petite proportions blend nicely with its sophisticated decor to create an engaging residential ambience unprecedented in Coconut Grove. Full review →Be sure to request a room facing away from the construction.
Massive columns and soaring ceilings in the entrance hall mark the entrance to the Ritz Carlton Coconut Grove. Full review →
"Top-notch" rooms featuring "wonderful" Frette linens, marble bathtubs and private balconies.