Biltmore Sunday Champagne Brunch
The Biltmore Hotel is a National Historic Landmark built in 1926 by John McEntee Bowman and George Merrick as part of the Biltmore Hotel Chain.
Over the years, The Biltmore has gone through some serious changes over the years. It has served as a hospital in World War II and a campus for the University of Miami Medical school before being reverted back to being a hotel in 1987.
Sunday Champagne Brunch
The Biltmore Hotel is home to one of the most luxurious buffets in the country. Meet the Biltmore Hotel’s signature Sunday Champagne Brunch. If you’re looking for a luxury brunch this is the place to be. With choices ranging from caviar, to smoked salmon, shellfish, carved meats, fresh omelettes, belgian waffles, pastas, and sushi, you simply cannot go wrong.
Be sure to save some room for one or two of the many mini-desserts on hand!
Check out the menu here: Biltmore Hotel Sunday Champagne Brunch Menu
To be perfectly honest, there was so much food on hand it was borderline overwhelming. All in all we thoroughly enjoyed ourselves and as with all buffet brunches we found it extremely hard to control ourselves. Spending a few hours here over tea, coffee or bottomless mimosas is highly recommended.
Hell, if you’re going to pay $75/pp you might as well stay there all day!
Disclosure: The Biltmore Hotel provided us with four complimentary passes to the Sunday Champagne Brunch in exchange for an honest review. As always, all views and opinions expressed above are my own.
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