Area Attractions

Explore things to do in historic Coral Gables including shopping, dining, and cultural attractions on Miracle Mile and Coconut Grove, located within ten minutes of Hyatt Regency Coral Gables. Play the scenic golf courses on Biscayne Bay or stroll through Bayside Marketplace in Miami, a short drive from the hotel.

Hyatt Regency Coral Gables

50 Alhambra Plaza
Coral Gables, Florida, United States, 33134

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Shopping

Miracle Mile & Downtown Coral Gables Shopping District

A ten-minute walk from the hotel, this thriving shopping district offers trendy stores, restaurants, museums, and galleries along a half-mile stretch. Stop by for seasonal events including outdoor dining and live music.

Shops at Merrick Park

Home to more than 100 stores, restaurants, and a movie theater, this outdoor palm-tree-lined mall offers an impressive listing of retailers and brands, with special events including a farmer’s market and live entertainment regularly scheduled.

Bayside Marketplace

Located along Biscayne Bay, this open-air mall offers a collection of stores and restaurants, with live music and seasonal events making for a special shopping experience. Shop, eat, or take a sightseeing cruise from the adjacent marina.

Coconut Grove

Visit this quaint and eclectic neighborhood for a unique shopping experience that includes everything from boutiques and hand-made wares to high-end stores at CocoWalk, also a dining and entertainment destination with live shows and restaurants.

Golf, Parks and Recreation

Granada Golf Course

Catering to all ages and experience levels, this 9-hole course designed by Donald Ross is one of the more popular in Coral Gables for beginning golfers and seasoned pros seeking an affordable practice round.

Crandon Golf at Key Biscayne

This championship 18-hole, par-72 course overlooks the beautiful Biscayne Bay for a challenging and picture-perfect day of golfing. Features include the world’s largest tee, seven lakes, and a lighted driving range.

Family Attractions

Venetian Pool

Splash around this unique swimming pool in Coral Gables that dates to the 1920s when it was formed from a coral rock quarry. Surrounded by porticos and palm trees, the facility features lookout towers for impressive views of the city.

Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden

Browse the 83 acres of stunning greenery and rare tropical plants at this historic garden. Walk the sculpture garden, visit the butterfly and hummingbird conservatories, and view horticultural rarities in their native habitats.

Jungle Island

Check out this eco-adventure park that has something for everyone including an escape room, wind tunnel, ziplining, and seasonal waterpark. Take a VIP animal encounter tour for the chance to get up close to parrots, alligators, lemurs, and kangaroos.

Miami Seaquarium

Get up close to marine life at this oceanarium where you can swim with dolphins, touch sharks, and encounter penguins and flamingoes. Watch killer whale and sea lion shows or learn about endangered sea turtles and reef conservation efforts.

Arts & Culture

Coral Gables Museum

Celebrating the civic arts of Coral Gables, this unique museum invites you to explore the community’s history in exhibits and galleries. Take a walking, bike, or canoe tour to experience the region’s historic buildings, fountains, and plazas.

Lowe Art Museum

Operated by the University of Miami and steps from campus, this museum offers permanent collections of Greco-Roman, Renaissance, and 17th Century European art, as well as exhibits showcasing modern works, with a collection of more than 19,000 pieces.

Actors’ Playhouse at the Miracle Theatre

Catch a show in downtown Coral Gables at this longstanding theater company that presents professional productions and plays in a historic setting. Walk five minutes from the hotel to the theater for classic and contemporary performances.

Vizcaya Museum & Gardens

A villa once home to James Deering, this National Historic Landmark is now a destination for Italian Renaissance gardens and native forests. Tour the impressive estate and take in the preserved statues, marblework, and antiques throughout.