Style Diary: A Day At The Biltmore


The Biltmore Hotel

There are few hotels that have the style and charm of the Biltmore in Coral Gables. A National Historic Landmark built in 1926 and situated on 150 tropical acres in Coral Gables, Florida; this grand hotel with all it’s interesting corners and romantic sweeping terraces leaves you feeling like you’ve stepped into a movie set from days long past. I had an incredible day touring the property and relaxing with my family.

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Shoes: Espadrille Wedge from Nine West


I would highly recommend you go for brunch and sit by the pool when the weather is nice then stroll around the grounds and the many beautiful areas of the hotel. It’s filled with history and gorgeous photo possibilities. I took a ton of photo’s for you to enjoy. Biltmore Hotel Grand Ball RoomBiltmore Hotel Grand Ball Room

BlondiBeachwear_biltmore-5When we were walking around the grand ball room, they said it was haunted. There was actually a really eerie feeling in that room especially when you look into the mirrors.

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If you want to see more photo’s from the day, check out this post:    I hope you’re enjoying your Mother’s Day weekend everyone. I posted some fun ideas for you to do with your Mom today (here).. Kisses :0) Jax

Biltmore Hotel: The AAA Four Diamond Awarded hotel features 275 guest rooms including 130 spacious Mediterranean styled suites and two famed Presidential Suites, a Donald Ross 18 hole golf course, 10 lighted tennis courts, the country’s largest hotel pool and private cabanas, the signature Palme d’Or restaurant, Biltmore Spa, The Culinary Academy . Visit website:

Order a personally autographed Jacqueline Jax at the Biltmore Atrium Photo Here

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