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Established in the 1800s by a worldly group of pioneers, sailors, artists, naturalists, millionaires, and intellectuals, Coconut Grove is Miami's oldest neighborhood and still maintains its historic charm. The Grove offers visitors an enticing mix...more
All reviews beautiful area main highway sonesta hotel coral gables south beach great place to walk walk around great shopping couple of hours biscayne bay miami area art galleries visiting miami few hours neighborhood parks stroll
We stayed in the area for too long... 10 days. Nothing special to do there except spend money in overpriced, crowded restaurants. Vizcaya Museum and Gardens was the highlight for me. Found things to outside Coconut Grove in close proximity.
I have stayed in an AirBnB condo in Coconut Grove over the past several years and have a GREAT VISIT each time. You cannot beat the studios with private balconies that overlook the Coconut Grove Sailing Club.
The Coconut Grove Arts Festival annual community wide art exhibit is held every Presidents Day Weekend. The event is held in downtown Coconut Grove thru the park and Dinner Key Marina all the way to Chart House Drive. Top quality artists from all over the...More
Coconut Grove is nice because it is just outside the heavy fringe of people traffic that Downtown Miami has. It's a comfortable place to live a bit more laid back, nice grocery stores and a Home Depot when needed. Close to Downtown Miami clubs, the...More
Coconut Grove is a fun place to spend the day. Lots of small shops and outstanding restaurants. Presidents’ Day weekend it is home to one of the largest art shows of the year. Around 750,000 people over 3 days. Great artist and food as well....More