The Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables, Fla., opened on Jan. 15, 1926. The Biltmore Hotel’s 23,000-square-foot, 600,000-gallon pool is the largest on the East Coast. The Biltmore Hotel towers over its massive pool. Palme d’Or, The Biltmore Hotel’s signature French restaurant. The cozy, wood-paneled Biltmore Bar. Dining al fresco at the Italian-inspired Fontana restaurant at The Biltmore Hotel. Cascade offers casual al fresco dining, poolside or under canopies. The Biltmore Hotel’s poolside cabanas offer a respite from the Florida sun. Cascade offers casual al fresco dining, poolside or under canopies. The Biltmore Hotel’s casual 19th Hole Bar & Grill overlooks the golf course. The Cellar Bar is another casual place to relax at The Biltmore Hotel. The two-story, 1,830-square-foot Everglades Suite features hand-painted ceilings, 360-degree views and much more. Named for one of the creators of the hotel, the Merrick Suite features three bedrooms, each with its own bathroom, in 1,720 square feet of living space. The Terrace Suite overlooks Coral Gables. The 672-square-foot Tower Suite is in the hotel’s iconic tower. The spacious living room in a 700-square-foot Golf Suite. Overlooking the Donald Ross-designed 18-hole golf course from a Golf Suite. Some Golf Suites at The Biltmore Hotel overlook the 23,000-square-foot pool as well. A light-filled bedroom in a one-bedroom suite. The Junior Suite at The Biltmore Hotel comes in at 360 square feet. The Superior Rooms at The Biltmore Hotel are spacious, with 300 square feet. Plenty of room to spread out in The Biltmore’s in-room bathrooms. Orchid blooms add a vibrant splash of color at The Biltmore Hotel. Inside the Biltmore Culinary Academy, where Biltmore chefs hold classes. The Biltmore Hotel’s 12,000-square-foot spa includes a salon. A tranquil, lantern-lit walkway leads to the spa’s treatment rooms. Afternoon Tea is served Wednesday through Saturday in The Biltmore Hotel’s soaring lobby. A lineup of treadmills inside The Biltmore Hotel’s 10,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art fitness center. Yoga is one of the classes offered at The Biltmore Hotel’s fitness center. Signage at the Donald Ross-designed 18-hole golf course, which is managed by The Biltmore Hotel. The pro shop has everything you need to tee up for a round. One of the Biltmore Shops, found in the lower lobby. More to tempt your wallet at the Biltmore Shops, found in the lower lobby. The Biltmore Hotel, under construction in 1925. John McEntee Bowman and George Merrick, creators of The Biltmore Hotel, just before its opening in 1926. George Merrick and his secretary in Biltmore Tower Suite, circa 1926. Overlooking the golf course and The Biltmore Hotel from the canal, circa 1926. Babe Ruth tees off at The Biltmore Hotel. Golfers on the green. The courtyard where the Fontana restaurant is found today, before the fountain was installed. A tea dance held at The Biltmore Hotel in the 1930s. The Biltmore Hotel served as a military hospital during World War II.