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NOW AVAILABLE – HYATT Regency – Coral Gables

For Reservations at the HYATT Regency – Coral Gables click here
50 Alhambra Plaza
Coral Gables, FL, 33134
Explore The HYATT Regency here

The biltmore miami – coral gables – Sold Out March 25-26

Explore The Biltmore here
1200 Anastasia Avenue
Coral Gables, FL 33134
305-445-1926 or 800-727-1926
Reservations can be made here using group code 3097

Biltmore Hotel guests can access the site to book, modify, or cancel a reservation until February 21, 2019 or until the block is full, whichever comes first.

Conference Rate for March 24 – 27, 2019 (exclusive of taxes):

Single/Double Occupancy: $299

To make your reservation via phone, dial hotel reservations at 305-445-1926. Ask for the NAPT 2019 rate using group code 3097.  Or make your reservation online.

For those attendees wishing to extend their stay at The Biltmore, NAPT has reserved the group rate for the three days prior to and following the conference dates. For those whose stay will include dates outside of 3/21 through 3/29, please call the hotel directly to make your reservations.

Check-In Time: 3:00 pm
Check-Out Time: 12:00 pm

Hotel Parking

On-site parking, fee: Complimentary
Valet parking, fee: Complimentary

Coral Gables Attractions

Old meets new in Coral Gables, one of South Florida’s most historic cities. Modern boutiques and a foodie-approved restaurant scene combine with canopied streets, historic houses and stately gates dating to 1925, to provide visitors an experience unique to anywhere else in the Greater Miami area. By day the area plays home to a major employment center, and by nightfall the hip restaurant and bar scene attracts tourists, locals and college kids alike to some of Miami’s most popular happy hours.