hotel st. michel
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.
Awareness of this architectural heritage has guided the management in restoring the hotel to its original character, a task accomplished with both a loving hand and a continental touch. The result is an alternative to impersonal lodging so frequently encountered and a return to the charm and service of a small boutique hotel. Wander a bit from our door and discover Coral Gables, the perfectly planned city of 1926 that's fast becoming the global city and international banking center of tomorrow.
Your room, different from all others, awaits you at the end of a 1926 era brass elevator ride. Each of our 28 rooms have personalities as different as those of our guests. No two rooms are alike, making every visit a unique experience. All, however, celebrate your arrival with soft lighting and carefully chosen furniture and paintings. Hidden among this old world charm are quite modern conveniences such as flat-panel TV(s), and complimentary Wi-fi.
Historic, pedestrian friendly Hotel St. Michel is centrally located in Coral Gables, a few blocks from the famous Miracle Mile, an upscale stretch of retailers, restaurants, bridal and gourmet shops. We are minutes away from galleries, theaters, museums, golf courses, and popular attractions like the Coral Gables Venetian Pool, Vizcaya, and the world famous Design District. We are also conveniently located near Miami International Airport, Coconut Grove, downtown Miami, and the Art Deco District of South Beach.
Our intimate lobby is presided over by a concierge, skilled in anticipating the wishes and needs of each of our guests.
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...