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Belleview Biltmore Resort Hotel and Spa
25 Belleview Blvd. - Clearwater, Fl, Us 33756
244 rooms 


So for now there are no activities at the hotel. Feel free to browse this page to see the variety of activities that took place at the Biltmore.  NOTE: The Biltmore Pelican Golf Course is still open.

There were so many things to do at the Belleview Biltmore!  You could spend a night there, book a vacation, take the daily morning historic tour, attend First Fridays, go on a ghost tour, hold a wedding, meeting or conference, or join in one or more of the many activities and events planned at the Biltmore.   There were tennis courts, spa services, a beautiful swimming pool and a historic golf course, The Pelican.  (the golf course is still open)

Below are some photos taken by Biltmore supporter Renee Burell.  The top photo is from the last buffet held at the Biltmore on Sunday, May 31, 2009.  The next photo is from the "Back to the Future" party sponsored by UPARC on May 31, 2009. 


Our vice president Ed Jameson recently met Mr. Doug Negretti (his photo below) who is working hard to get donations to restore the original historic Belleview Biltmore fire engine.  The fire engine is a 1917 America La France "pumper type fire truck."   If you have information or any sources that could help to restore the fire engine or any historical information on the fire department using this truck, please email us.  If you would like to help Mr. Negretti raise money or give donations to help restore the fire engine, please contact him at Heritage Village 11909 125th Street N. Largo, FL 33774

The web link is:  Their phone number is:  (727) 582-2123

Mr. Doug Negretti and the historic fire truck to his right


Every morning at 11 a.m. until noon, there is a historic tour of the Biltmore. The tour details the 110 year history of this beautiful Victorian hotel including going underground beneath the hotel. Maybe you will spot a Biltmore ghost there!


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FIRST FRIDAYS     (Info from the web site of the Belleview Biltmore)
First Fridays at the Biltmore
Complimentary wine (wines change every month) and cheese tasting every FIRST FRIDAY of the month from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.  No reservations required.   Drawing for dinner for two at CGB or the Palm Grill or a Palm Grill brunch.

For more information about the Belleview Biltmore or First Fridays call 727-373-3000.

EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT   (Info from the web site of the Belleview Biltmore)
Historic Ghost Tours
Tours: 8 p.m. and 10:15 p.m.  During the course of the tour, the hotel will tell you its many amazing stories and experience real parapsychology, the science pertaining to the investigation of the paranormal phenomena.  Prices are $25.00 for adults, $20.00 for military personnel, members of law enforcement, senior citizens, and college students, and $15.00 for children ages 7-12. Children under the age of 7 are welcome and free of charge.   For groups of 10 or more you receive a $5.00 per person discount making the individual price $20.00. For further information on tours, please call our Paranormal Investigative Specialists at (800) 237-8947 or
(407) 247-0452 or (727) 373-3000  


The Detective Dinner Theater performs every Saturday night, year round at:

The Belleview Biltmore Resort & Spa
25 Belleview Blvd., Clearwater, Florida 33756

Doors open at 7, Dinner and Show start at 7:30
Call for details! (727) 446-8569

For the month of December, The Detective Dinner Theater will also be performing on Friday nights!

The Dinner...

A night with The Detective Dinner Theater includes a fabulous four course meal that is prepared by The Belleview Biltmore's own chef. The meal includes:

Tropical fresh fruit salad
Florida field green salad with two assorted dressings
New York Strip Steak and Chicken Marsala
Freshly baked rolls with butter
Freshly brewed coffee, decaf and tea
Pastry Chef's choice of dessert


$49.95 regular admission price
$45.95 groups of twenty or more

All prices are per person, plus tax and includes the fabulous four course meal, gratuity for the meal and the show!

Call for reservations! (727) 446-8569


Gift Certificates available!

For the person who has everything - purchase a dinner and show for two with a gift certificate! Available at regular admission price.  Gift certificates are good for one year from date of purchase.  They're great for birthdays, holidays and showing appreciation for a job well done!


The Belleview Biltmore Resort and Spa is at 25 Belleview Blvd. To R.S.V.P., call 446-8569. Visit

Belleview Biltmore Beach Club on Sand Key, Clearwater Beach, FL

Gulf front on Sand Key - 1590 Gulf Boulevard ~ Mile Markers 20/21

Clearwater Beach's Belleview Biltmore Beach Club offers an escape away from the maddening crowds and traffic, while enjoying Clearwater Beach's famous sand and surf. Located on the Gulf of Mexico, The Belleview Biltmore Resort's Beach Club offers world-class sandy beach, swimming pool, with a full-service restaurant offering gourmet meals in a casual atmosphere, and free shuttle service to the main hotel.

Sunbathe on our private beach, play in the surf and enjoy your beach experience to the fullest without the crowds, fears or hustle and bustle of the commercial beaches and hotels. Relax and enjoy fresh beverages and snacks from our beachside restaurant.

Not a beach enthusiast?
Take in the balmy breezes, sun and enjoy the famous Gulf vista from the Beach Club's beachside pool terrace with freshwater pool, informal seating and enjoy the moment with lunch and beverages available in the Cabana Grill & Bar, steps off the beach and at pool side.

Contact information:

Belleview Biltmore Beach Club at Sand Key
1590 Gulf Boulevard
Tel: 727. 595.2491


Beach Club Membership is a part of every guest's resort stay
Changing rooms, lockers and showers available to hotel guests and club members.
Lounges, Beach chairs & Towels available at pool terrace.
Free Beach Shuttle for hotel guests

Clearwater Beach's Cabana Grill & Bar Restaurant, (part of the Belleview Biltmore Hotel) Sand Key

Clearwater Beach's Cabana Grill & Bar Restaurant is located on an unspoiled stretch of beach on Sand Key, overlooking the Gulf of Mexico. Cabana Grill Restaurant offers an array of lunch and dinner menu choices sure to satisfy your palate. If you have not stopped in to the Cabana Grill Restaurant you are missing out on Clearwater's finest dining and the only restaurant with Sunset Shows every day.

Sunset Dinner
What could possibly be better than watching the sunset while having dinner at beachside overlooking the Gulf of Mexico? We have special 'Sunset Menus' from 4:45 P.M. to 5:30 P.M. Or grab a table on the poolside terrace or in our Sunset Bar's Gulf view terrace.

Shuttle Service: The Belleview Biltmore Resort offers guests complimentary transportation from the main hotel and golf club to the Cabana Grill.

Reservations~ Tel: (727) 595-1807
Open: Tue. - Sun.: Lunch 11:30 am - 4:00 pm | Dinner 4:45 pm - 10:00 pm and until 10:30 on Fri. and Sat.
Sunset Bar Open: Tues - Sun. 11:30 am - 11 pm

This information is from

Weekly Entertainment


Carol & Eric


Every Friday & Saturday evening,
7 P.M. - 10:30 P.M.


            "Pop, Jazz, Big Band"

'Two for the Show' offers a range of instrumental and vocal renditions of great American and pop classics. Their smooth sound and personalized renditions of great jazz, pop and big band are a favorite of the Clearwater residents and tourists. Carol's vocals are reminiscent of Nina Simone's early years and backed up by keyboardist Eric, the combination makes for a rich sound.

"Located in the intimate Cabana Grill, with magnificent Gulf sunsets as the background, an evening with Carol and Eric is time well spent." - Jason Williams

Their private beach club, The Cabana offers a panoramic view of the ocean and sand dunes. Once again, another perfect backdrop for bridal pictures afterwards and before as the sun sets in the ocean. Private locker rooms are available before and after to assist in the staging process. After the ceremony guests can be escorted to the pool deck or private banquet venue above for your reception.

Belleview Biltmore Resort provides free transportation to and from hotel.


    Cabana Grill & Bar

    From St. Petersburg
    (1) Take US-19 North to Clearwater
    (2) Turn LEFT onto Roosevelt Blvd./FL-668 West
    (3) Follow FL-686 West
    (4) Turn RIGHT onto Gulf Blvd.
    (5) Cabana Grill & Bar will be on your left (1.5 miles).


    From Tampa via I-275
    (1) Take I-275 SOUTH towards St. Petersburg
    (2) Merge onto ULMERTON Rd./FL-688 West (Exit #31B to LARGO)
    (3) Bear RIGHT onto Roosevelt Blvd./FL-668 West
    (4) Turn LEFT onto Gulf Blvd.
    (5) Cabana Grill & Bar will be on your RIGHT (1.5 miles).

    For information and reservations call 727. 595.1807


There is something for EVERYONE in this list below so come to the Biltmore and enjoy yourself!

Feb 26, 2007
CLEARWATER, FL – Combining intimacy and an old-fashioned luxury appearance, the Lobby Bar at the Belleview Biltmore is available to all visitors of the resort and serves quality national and international wines, spirits, and beers, as well as non-alcoholic drinks and a variety of tasty treats.  The Lobby Bar introduced a new menu and happy hour specials.

The new food menu and the bar’s happy hour specials have been created to better suit the needs of its guests.  The following specials apply:

Monday: Sushi Bar .50 cents a piece, Sauvignon Blanc $4.00 a glass.  
Tuesday: Fish Tacos $1.50 each, Coronas $2.50 each.  
Wednesday: BBQ Ribs 3 for $2.00, Domestic Draft Beer $2.00 each.  
Thursday: Sliders 3 for $4.00, Well Drinks $3.00 each.
Friday: Fish Fry $4.00, Chardonnay $4.00 a glass.  

Happy hour is Monday through Friday between the hours of 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.  One can also enjoy great eats from the new Lobby Bar menu like Hotel favorites, the flame broiled angus beef Tiffany Burger and The Starlight Grouper Sandwich.

March 15, 2007
CLEARWATER, FL – The tennis courts at the Belleview Biltmore have received a facelift.  Thanks to the help of the Belleview Biltmore’s new Tennis Pro Stephen Phillips, the clay courts at the Biltmore have been newly refurbished with 22.4 tons of red clay, returning the 4 courts to their original exquisiteness.  In addition to the refurbished grounds, the facilities are being updated with new screens and landscaping.  A complete remodeling of the tennis shop will follow these improvements.

The resort plans on offering a plethora of new membership options, clinics for all age and skill levels.  Leagues are beginning to form now and a junior summer camp is scheduled to begin this summer.

Most of the improvements can be credited to the Biltmore’s new Tennis Pro Stephen Phillips.  Phillips was a former touring pro for nine years and has a vast history in the sport.  Some of his accomplishments include holding the NCAA school singles record at Division I University of Rhode Island, he is also a former tennis coach at Brown University, was the hitting partner of Ivan Lendl a former #1 ranked player, he also taught Jill Craybas, a top 50 pro for the last 10 years.

For more information on the Belleview Biltmore Tennis facilities call 727-373-3000 or call Stephen Phillips at 727-520-6397.

April 27, 2007
CLEARWATER, FL – The historic Belleview Biltmore Resort located in Clearwater is pairing up with  to offer its guests and local Clearwater residents a chance to play free poker in the hotel’s newly rejuvenated St. Andrew’s Pub.
Beginning May 3rd and continuing every Thursday, Treasure Chest Poker will host two poker tournaments a night starting at 7 p. m. & 10 p.m.  The tournaments are free to play, and players at the Pub will have a chance to qualify for the Florida Poker Championship.  Players will also be collecting points while playing.  Points accumulate to win great prizes like a monthly prize from Treasure Chest Poker that includes a trip for two to Las Vegas.

For years rumors have circulated Clearwater’s Belleview Biltmore Resort that characters like Babe Ruth and Al Capone used to frequent St. Andrew’s Pub.  Throughout the years the pub has also been known as the Bimini Room and Dutch Room and was a favorite hang out spot for the Biltmore’s neighbors.  In recent years the Pub has been only open on weekends and special occasions until now.  Beginning the first week of May, St. Andrew’s Pub will be open Tuesday through Saturday with specials and activities happening every night.  The Pub will be open from 3 p.m.  until 2 a.m. and will offer a variety of beverages.  Food can also be ordered through the Palm Grill.

For more information about joining a league with Treasure Chest Poker go to

May 3, 2007
The historic Belleview Biltmore Resort will offer a special night at St. Andrew’s Pub solely dedicated to those in the medical field.  Beginning Wednesday, May 9th and continuing on a weekly basis, Wednesdays will be known as “Nurses Night” at St. Andrew’s Pub.
When asked about the addition of Nurses night F&B Director Dennis Beaton commented “We would like to cater to the enormous work force at Morton Plant Mease Hospital and several nursing homes in our general area.”  The Pub plans on offering a complimentary glass of house wine to patrons with a valid medical ID. The pub will also be showing medical related television shows like “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Scrubs,” “ER,” and “House.”  “We will have a collection of medical dramas on hand as well as our regular cable programming at the request of our guests,” said Beaton.

May 7, 2007
CLEARWATER, FL – The Belleview Biltmore has been host to many events and special occasions over its 110-year history. After being a ballroom dancing venue, a movie set, and even an occupied military base, now the Biltmore can be associated with an educational institute.  Beginning on Wednesday, May 16 the Biltmore will offer an “Introduction to Hospitality Management” course.

The Belleview Biltmore is proud to offer hospitality professionals and students interested in the hospitality field the opportunity to advance their education.  Students will have the opportunity to learn from the perspective of some of the best senior managers in the industry including companies like Walt Disney World, Carnival Cruise Lines, Starwood Hotels and Resorts, TRUST Hotels and Tampa International Airport.  

Classes begin May 16th and end on August 29th running from 5:00 PM until 7:00 PM.  All classes will be located the Belleview Biltmore Resort in Clearwater.  The hotel has said they will gladly offer this course at an additional time frame (morning or early afternoon) to meet increased demand and accommodate alternate schedules. Participants will receive a BBU logo T-shirt and a framed certificate upon successful course completion.  Students may also apply for college credit.  

To sign up for future classes or for more information call 727-373-3000 and ask for the Human Resources department.

For reservations at the Belleview Biltmore, please call (727) 373-3768 or visit

June 6, 2007  
CLEARWATER, FL – The historic Belleview Biltmore Resort will offer a special night at St. Andrew’s Pub solely dedicated to those living the “single” life.  Beginning Tuesday, June 12th and continuing on a weekly basis, Tuesdays and Saturdays will be known as “Singles Night” at St. Andrew’s Pub.  The Pub is also open from 3 p.m. until 2 a.m  and will offer a variety of beverages.

As you can see from these announcements above, there is always plenty to do at the Belleview Biltmore Hotel!  Book a room now for a vacation or come to one of the events listed above.  The Biltmore is a wonderful place to have fun, relax and be with family or friends or a romantic getaway.  What will make the Biltmore a success in the long run is PEOPLE!  Lots of them!

From our nonprofit online store, order a watercolor or photo T-shirt or tote bag, silver or gold Biltmore charm or some beautiful artwork TODAY.  We want to expand community awareness of this beautiful hotel so you can help us promote and preserve the Biltmore by ordering items on our online store.  Clearwater Gazette Thursday July 24, 2008

1st Annual TAPS CON Held at Belleview Biltmore Resort a Haunting Success

Photo/text by Renee Burrell

Roto-Rooter plumbers and paranormal investigators, Grant Wilson (left) and Jason Hawes (right) who head up The Atlantic Paranormal Society (TAPS) and star in the Sci-fi channel's reality TV series, Ghost Hunters, met with fans throughout the weekend at a paranormal themed convention held at the Belleview Biltmore Resort

BELLEAIR - Twelve hundred ghost hunters, fans and the curious public descended on the Belleview Biltmore Resort in Belleair July 18-20 for a weekend long convention of all things paranormal.

TV's Ghost Hunter's team along with members from Ghost Hunters International, paranormal exhibits, and of course, ghost hunts were featured throughout the haunted hotel with added entertainment from rock bands, including original members of Blue Oyster Cult playing as Underbelly.

Taps CON will be held annually and will be held again at the Biltmore in May 2009, according to the resort's manager, Martin Smith.

VIP packages with hotel lodging sold out months prior to the convention and 500 tickets were sold in advance. Tickets for the 2009 event are already available at

For more pictures of this event click here:  TAPS photos    Belleair Bee  Wednesday July 23, 2008

TAPS hunts for things that go bump in the night 

Patrick Burns, star of the series “Haunting Evidence” on TruTV and a presenter at TAPSCON examines Synergy, one of the 12 Crystal Skulls purported to be several thousand years old. At right is Synergy’s caretaker, Sherry Whitfield.
BELLEAIR – At first glance there is no question that the Belleview Biltmore with its imposing facade, multitude of gables and rows of blank, staring windows was the perfect venue for a ghost hunter’s getaway.

TAPS, The Atlantic Paranormal Society, had the same impression and last weekend hosted its TAPSCON at the Biltmore. Billed as a gathering of everything paranormal, the convention featured celebrities from the world or the netherworld of the ghostly, extraterrestrial and supernatural.

Linda Blair whose portrayal of the character Regan in the 1973 horror classic “The Exorcist” was on hand to meet convention visitors as were paranormal researchers, authors and the stars of the Sci Fi channel’s “Ghost Hunters” series, Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson.

The two-day event featured ghost hunter tours through the fabled hotel’s sub-basements, lectures and a market venue where visitors could purchase everything paranormal from books to Dream Catchers and Electro Magnetic Field detectors useful for locating ghostly manifestations.

Rumors have abounded for years that there was something more than meets the eye to the Biltmore’s reputation as a first class hotel.

“There’s ghosts there,” people would whisper; the ghost of Maisie Plant, wife of Morton Plant, the son and heir to Biltmore creator Henry Plant. Maisie is said to have been spotted by guests and hotel employees wandering furtively through the halls in search of a lost string of “perfect” pearls.

Throughout the years guests have claimed to hear strange noises, scraping sounds and rattles emanating from the vacant fourth floor. Hotel security routinely checks out these reports and several staff are said to have learned to accept the ghostly presences.

Another legend is that a new bride distraught over hearing that her husband had been killed in an accident threw herself from the couple’s fourth floor balcony; guests routinely point to a woman’s silhouette spied briefly standing in a window on the fourth story. That floor along with the floor above it is now closed to the public and according to the TAPS Web site, security would be in place during the event to keep it that way; the hotel maintains the two floors are used for storage.

As guests and convention attendees wandered the hotel’s ornate Victorian corridors others attended lectures, enjoyed a free concert on the lawn, which included an appearance by Underbelly comprised of original band members from the Blue Oyster Cult or traded stories of ghostly encounters while sharing a favorite spirit from one of several bars open for the event.

From Key West, the celebrity list included a 100-year-old doll named Robert who it is said possesses the personality of a young boy long since dead. Robert’s current companion, “Angelique” accompanying the life-size straw doll explained, “This is the first time Robert has ever left his home in East Martello,” the abandoned fort on Key West built by the Confederacy during the Civil War but never occupied.

Angelique, whose job at the convention was to protect the doll, which some claim has Voodoo origins, expressed some consternation that while on display Robert had begun to shift his gaze as visitors pressed his display case in an effort to take a photo of the strange looking doll from the island named by the early Spanish Cayo Hueso, Bone Island.

Among the visitors were three friends from Decatur, Ala., who were there to network, presumably with the living. They had just recently formed DPTI, the Decatur Paranormal Investigative Team, a business service to, as one of the founders, Decatur firefighter James Daugette explained, “typically rule out paranormal sightings.”

Another team member, firefighter Wendy Stetler, said, “When we get calls it’s usually from families who have experienced something they don’t understand. They don’t know who to call,” she added smiling. “We can help.”

The third member of DPIT, Travis Stetler, a college student studying prearchitecture was particularly interested in the Biltmore’s unique history and architecture.

“It’s an amazing structure he said, perfect for hauntings.”

And, haunting investigators.    Clearwater Gazette October 4, 2007 

Musicians Help Provide Fun Filled Nights at the Cabana Grill

By Renee Burrell

If you are up for a night of top-shelf dining and dancing, head over to the Cabana Grill on Sand Key. You may have heard about French Chef Alain's menu there, but did you know about the live music and dancing? A musical duo comprised of vocalist Carol Mitchell, who many remember from the Clearwater Beach Hotel, and talented musician Eric Enfield, who sings and plays keyboards, guitar, and drums, make up "Two for the Show". Mitchell and Enfield play a variety of pop, blues, jazz and R & B standards nightly from 7-11 p.m.

Since forming Two for the Show, the duo has also played for weddings, banquets and private dinners, and other special occasions. "If you were married along the beach, I probably played for your wedding," Eric mused.

Two for the Show's musical repertoire can be enjoyed by all ages because the duo take requests and play countless crowd pleasers and dance numbers.

Both are veterans of the Midwest entertainment circuits. Being in the same profession, it seemed inevitable for the two to find out about each other. "An agent named Earl Hagan told me about Eric," said Mitchell. "It's funny, too, because Eric and I are both from the Chicago area and though we didn't know each other then, our paths must have crossed many times as we played at many of the same venues, but never met. It's been interesting to list of all of the parallels. Both of us ended up moving from the Midwest to Tampa Bay to work on cruise ships."

"Eric can play hundreds of songs and knows all of the facts about who composed them and who sang what," said added. Enfield has performed in concert and recorded with some well known musicians such as David Ruffin & Eddie Kendrick, Chaka Khan, The Chi-Lites, Bobby Blue Bland, Peaches and Herb and REO Speedwagon.

"Carol is very easy to work with and knows the lyrics to so many songs," said Enfield. Mitchell began singing professionally in the San Diego area after relocating from her native Chicago in her teens. Her vocals lean in style towards other songbirds like Billie Holliday, Ella Fitzgerald, and contemporary singers Madonna and Nora Jones and range from country, rock and blues, to show tunes and torch songs. Starting promptly at 7 p.m., I was there Friday evening and heard their first set. "Carol sounds like Barbra Streisand," remarked a Cabana Grill regular who has been following Eric's performances for 20 years. "The whole place is terrific. Michele is wonderful!"

Cabana Grill's manager, Michele sang Two for the Show's praises. "I love them both. It's so nice that they got together. It had nothing to do with me. They make a nice duet and are part of the restaurant's ambience, along with the menu and the view."

The musical duo and Michele have known each other for years. "I worked with him for 19 years aboard The Starlight Princess when he was the manager there," said Enfield.

Carol was their competition. She worked across from them in John's Pass aboard the Europa as the cruise director, but later worked with Michele at the Clearwater Beach Hotel.

Concerning the upcoming and much anticipated renovations for the Belleview Biltmore Resort and the Cabana Grill Mitchell said, "We're excited. I don't think it's going to be happening for awhile, but it will be well worth it when it's done." Enfield added, "Of course we'll be here doing business until then, taking it one day at a time. We hope to be back when the renovations are complete. We really enjoy working with Michele."

Manager Michele explained that though Cabana Grill is a premium for guests staying at the Resort, the heart of the business are the local people who come for dining, dancing and to hear Mitchell and Enfield. "Eighty percent of our customer base is comprised of locals. Many come to dance and many just to watch and enjoy the food and view." The Cabana Grill and Bar is located at 1590 Gulf Blvd. Call 595-2491 for more information.

Yappy Hour in the Lap of Luxury

Photo/Text by Renee Burrell  Clearwater Gazette, July 5, 2007

This around town hound, Pouf Le Roux, a.k.a. “Puff,” took a break from mingling during yappy hour to soak up the resort’s fetching atmosphere.

It’s not far fetched to see dogs at the Belleview Biltmore Resort & Spa in Belleair. Last Friday evening a lawn social, tagged as “Yappy Hour” was held providing a social diversion for area mutts. There was lots of tail and cock-tail wagging as dogs and their owners enjoyed the hospitality at the pet friendly Belleview Biltmore with hostess Kris Walker, owner of Fluffy Puppies-a Place For Dogs, located at 1447 S Ft Harrison Avenue.

Walker said, “This was our first Yappy Hour this year at the Biltmore. We were very happy with the turnout and were excited to find out that the new management will keep the Biltmore dog friendly.” Dogs mixed and mingled, and nibbled on biscuits that Walker bakes in- store and graciously provided. Dogs that were inclined to do so took a dip in the wading pools. Royalty watchers were thrilled to rub elbows with a few King Charles Cavalier s that showed up for the fete. Walker relayed how yappy hour evolved, “I used to have Yappy hours on the patio at the store but as they grew bigger we ran out of room. Alia Trickey, the Spa director at the Biltmore, approached me last year to collaborate with the Biltmore Resort & Spa, since they are dog friendly. We put a little kiosk in their spa shop and planned a Halloween party in which about 200 dogs and their owners came. It was quite a hit!”

If you and Fido missed last Friday’s Yappy Hour, and don't want to miss another of Fluffy Puppies’ events, you'll get a chance to step out with your dog in upcoming months. “We have planned our second Who Let the Dogs Art? art show to be held at the Biltmore for Sunday, September 16, to benefit South East Guide Dogs. We expect around 30 artists from around the country who specialize in Dog art to exhibit their works. Anyone coming can buy pieces of art or jewelry or special order portraits of their dogs. We are also planning our 2nd Halloween party on October 25 with costume contests and game for dogs and their owners, to benefit Stop Pet Overpopulation Together (SPOT),” Walker announced.


Belleview Biltmore Resort Hotel and Spa
25 Belleview Blvd. - Clearwater, Fl, Us 33756
244 rooms

Built in 1896 by the railroad Barron Henry Plant, the resort sits in a private waterside enclave in the Belleair community of Clearwater, FL. This is a full-service resort that includes the Belleview Biltmore Golf Club - an 18 hole PGA Donald Ross designed course, the Belleview Biltmore Tennis Club, the Belleview Biltmore Spa and the Belleview Biltmore Beach Club on Sand Key. Historical tours are held daily and open to the public. The original hotel is a historic property and one of the last of the great American Victorian "Grand Dame" hotels.  

Enjoy the resort's largest pool on the South Lawn with its cascading waterfall, elevated whirlpool and tanning island. Offering a world full of class shop the quaint boutiques along the Promenade or take the resort's complimentary Historical Tour to capture the essence of one of Florida's remarkable destinations. The Belleview Biltmore Resort Hotel is one of Clearwater Beach Hotels most luxurious properties.   Nestled amidst 300 acres of velvet lawns and tree-lined walkways, from newly renovated, large Victorian accommodations to world-class modern amenities, the hotel successfully provides the perfect getaway, a relaxing oasis.  Experience golf at the totally renovated Donald Ross-designed course built in 1925. A local favorite, the Belleview Biltmore Golf Club is a full service facility with practice facilities, pro shop, bar and grille, and home of Ken Venturi Golf Academy.

The Belleview Biltmore Hotel is set atop one of the highest coastal bluffs on the West Coast of Florida. The resort overlooks Clearwater Bay and the Intracoastal Waterway. One and a Half Miles South of Downtown Clearwater.
International Airport.  Experience Golf at the totally renovated Donald Ross-designed course built in 1925. A local favorite, the Belleview Biltmore Golf Club is a full service facility with practice facilities, pro shop, bar and grille, and home of Ken Venturi Golf Academy.

The Belleview Biltmore Resort and Spa is a luxurious hotel located on the inter-coastal waterway overlooking the Gulf of Mexico. Guests have been experiencing the Belleview Biltmore's distinct elegance and historical charm, from atop the white bluffs of Clearwater, spanning 3 centuries of American life. Since 1897, the resort has continued its heritage as an American treasure, listed on the National Registry of Historic Places.

Enjoy the resort's largest pool on the South Lawn with its cascading waterfall, elevated whirlpool and tanning island. Offering a world full of class shop the quaint boutiques along the Promenade or take the resort's complimentary Historical Tour to capture the essence of one of Florida's remarkable destinations. The Belleview Biltmore Resort Hotel is one of Clearwater Beach Hotels most luxurious properties.

AAA 3 Star Resort
4 Stories
4 Elevators
5 Staircases
3 Lounges
4 Ballrooms
Ice-cream parlor
2 Restaurants
Gift shop and beauty saloon
Golf Club
Tennis Club
Beach Club
Full Spa
Exercise room
Large spa pool indoors
Outdoor waterfall pool
Pool side bar
Bellmen service
Valet and self-parking
Dry cleaning and laundry service
24 hr. Hotel security
Shuttle service
Running Trails
Bicycle rentals
Public Guest Rooms
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246 Guest Rooms
Double, Queens & Kings
24 Victorian Jr. Suites
13 Victorian Family Suites
5 Balcony Suites
10 Sun Parlor Suites
1 Presidential Suite w/ 3 Bedrooms
Cable TV
Private full-bath
Clothes closet
Iron & Ironing Board
Desk with Chair and lamp
"Reading" Chair
Aveda bath amenities
Full terry towels
Voice Mail
Wake-up calls
Alarm Clock
Room Service
Hair Dryer
ADA/Handicap rooms
Wheel chair accessible

Meeting & Conference Facilities
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42,000 sq. ft of meeting space
16 Meeting Rooms
Business center 24 hrs.
Computer terminals 24 hrs.
Secretarial service available
Audio/Video Equipment
Sound systems
Private car service
Wedding consultants
Catering services
Private dinning rooms
Banquet services
Reception services
Full-conference capable

    Dinning Facilities
    Palm Grill - Full-service restaurant w/alfresco dining

    The Terrace Cafe - an indoor and outdoor facility overlooks the South Lawn and offers breakfast, a lunch and Florida's finest ingredients for dinner. The Bay Breeze, located poolside, offers refreshments to keep guests cool in the Sunshine State.
    Lobby Bar - Offers cocktails and soft drinks
    Cabana Bar & Grill - Continental American cuisine, on the beach overlooking the Gulf of Mexico
    Sunset Bar - Offers light food service, snacks and beverages overlooking the beach and the Gulf of Mexico
    Masie's Ice-cream Parlor - Offers light food service, snacks and beverages from 7 A.M. to 9.P.M.
    Belleview Biltmore Golf Club - Offers food service, snacks and beverages in full-service restaurant in the Club House.

    Resort Location:

    The Belleview Biltmore Hotel is set atop of the highest coastal bluffs on the West Coast of Florida. The resort overlooks Clearwater Bay and the Intracoastal Waterway. One and a Half Miles South of Downtown Clearwater.
    25 Belleview Blvd, Clearwater, FL
    30 Minutes from Tampa Airport (TPA)
    4 Minutes from downtown Clearwater
    2 minutes from the Morton Plant Medical Center

    International Airport.
    To Tampa Intl Airport - 23 Miles
    Nearby Points of Interests:
    - Dolly Museum 30 Minutes
    - Busch Gardens 40 Minutes
    - Lowry Park Zoo 40 Minutes
    - Countryside Mall 25 Minutes
    - Sea World Orlando 90 Minutes
    - International Mall 45 Minutes
    - Wet-n-Wild Orlando 90 Minutes
    - Disney World Parks 90 Minutes
    - Islands of Adventure 90 Minutes
    From Tampa International Airport: Turn right onto 60 West to Alternate 19 South. Go about 2 miles to Belleview Boulevard and turn right.


    Special Activities:
    Golf, volleyball, swimming, tennis, and biking available on site
    Sailing, fishing, kyacking, Jet skis, para sailing, Aquarium, theme parks, area museum and historical tours are arranged with local services.

    + Pets are allowed, please confirm with hotel prior to arrival, fees apply.
    + Resort fees will apply at time of check-in.
    + Free shuttle for resort guests to Belleview facilities.
    + Tee times and Spa services should be scheduled prior to arrival.
    + Special medical needs or services, please confirm at time of reservations
    + Except as posted, Spa pool is for persons over 18 years of age.


    For a direct link to the Belleview Biltmore Hotel's web site in Belleair, Florida click:

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    Hotel Rooms
    Nestled amidst 300 acres of velvet lawns and tree-lined walkways, from newly renovated, large Victorian accommodations to world-class modern amenities, the hotel successfully provides the perfect getaway, a relaxing oasis.
    Bed Type Options: 1 Queen, 2 Queen or 2 Double Beds
    - Air Conditioning
    - Alarm Clock Radio
    - Coffee/Tea maker
    - Hair Dryer
    - Handicap Accessible
    - Iron/Ironing Board
    - Mini Bar
    - Remote Control Cable TV
    - Telephone

    Available By Request:
    - - - Connecting Rooms - - - Large Suites - - - Handicapped Rooms - - - Kitchenettes - - - Cribs
    - - - Non Smoking Rooms.
    Hotel Facilities and Services
    The Terrace Cafe, an indoor and outdoor facility overlooks the South Lawn and offers breakfast, a lunch and Florida's finest ingredients for dinner. The Bay Breeze, located poolside, offers refreshments to keep guests cool in the Sunshine State.

    Facilities: Playground - Heated Outdoor and Indoor Swimming Pool - Health Club - Bus Parking - Free Parking - Jacuzzi - Poolside Snackbar - Golf - Parlor - Putting Green - Beauty Salon - Boutiques - Bar - Day Spa - News Stand - Restaurants - Four Red-Clay Tennis Courts - Sand Volleyball Court - Game Room With Billiards - 18-Hole Donald Ross Designed Golf Course
    Health Club and Spa 14,000 Square Foot with Indoor Swimming Pool - Jacuzzi - Steam Bath - Sauna - Massage Therapy and Holistic Treatments - Full Service Beauty Salon - Aerobics - Yoga Classes
    and more...
    Services: Baby Sitting - Baggage Storage - Bell Hop - Bicycle Rentals - Express Check In / Out - Laundry Valet - Room Service - Security - Daily Maid - Children's Activities - Massage - Valet Parking
    Business Services: Mail And Postage - Fax - Free Transportation - Copy Service - Notary Public -
    Audio Visual Equipment


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