hotel st. michel
Miami Int. Airport
UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI
The Hotel St. Michel is centrally located in the heart of Coral Gables. Coral Gables is surrounded by most popular areas of Miami. Most are accessible via the Coral Gables Trolley, then a simple transfer onto Miami's mass transit system. Check out the links below to see some of the main attractions around us. Click the images to see their respective site. A separate browser will open for each page.
There are many more fun activities to see and do in Coral Gables and Miami. The locations listed above are only a few. If you would like information on a location not listed,
please call us at 305.444.1666, and we will be glad to help.
Ponce Route (North-South)
Monday - Friday: 6:30am to 8pm
Traveling from SW 8th Street south on Ponce De Leon Boulevard to US1 and the Douglas MetroRail station, the Ponce de Leon route puts the pedestrian with two blocks of nearly every business in downtown Coral Gables. The pedestrian district extends two blocks East to Douglas Road and two blocks West to LeJeune Road.
Ponce Express Service
In the mornings and afternoons when the demand is highest, special Express Service is offered between Douglas Station, downtown and 8th Street with limited stops.
Douglas Station Connections
From Douglas Station at the southern end of the Ponce route, you can connect to the Miami-Dade Transit System via Metrorail's 22 stations, plus extensive bus and shuttle services. Douglas Station connects directly to bus routes 37 ,40 ,42 ,48 ,136 , 249 Coconut Grove Circulator, 500 Midnight Owl.
More about Metrorail and Metrobus Service
Click on the link above to learn more about connecting to Metrorail and Metrobus services from Douglas Station.
South Florida Commuter Services
SFCS, has a comprehensive rideshare management system that provides INSTANT access and matches for commuters seeking carpools, vanpools. They also provide other services/information on park-n-ride lots, public transit, bike partners and routes and even highway construction information. To find out more, call 800-234-RIDE or click the link above.
Although Coral Gables began with a trolley system in the 1920's, the era of the automobile put the old Gables Trolley to rest long ago. The Village of Merrick Park was once the trolley maintenance yard. Tracks are still visible in the alley behind Salzedo Road, north of San Lorenzo.
Now the trend toward less driving and parking, more centralized locations and greater pedestrian convenience is being encouraged by the new hybrid-electric trolleys designed to operate with modern efficiently even as they emulate the retrospective styling of their predecessors.
A small and charming European style boutique hotel, unexpectedly nestled in a tropical setting. Situated in the midst of beautiful Coral Gables, the building is remembered by some as the historic Sevilla Hotel, built in 1926, host to the discriminating travelers of that era...