Courtyard By Marriott Miami Airport South

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

1201 NW LeJeune Rd, Miami, Florida, 33126, United States
Courtyard by Marriott Miami Airport
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 20% less and rated 12% higher than other 3.5 star hotels

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by nahhtahhshaa

Doing a roadtrip to california (LA area) would like to go to Miami as well..I'll be long would it take roughly??????

Re: LA ---> MIAMI

by pangaeatours


I have made the trip a few times.
It is a nice trip but not easy if you are going for speed.
Takes me 4 days with very long driving days of atleast 15 hours/day.
If you are by yourself it is difficult.
I think if you are not going to stop anywhere then plan for 5 days minimum.
You cant figure it out based on miles and mile per hour. You have to figure your average mile per hour which decreases every time you stop.
If you are going soon it will be very hot especially through Arizona.
Some areas through the mountains, it is advised not to use your ac.
Going through major cities during rush hours also slows you down a lot.
Try to use the bypass if the city has one.
Can be a great trip but good luck.


Re: LA ---> MIAMI

by nahhtahhshaa

Nice! thanks, thats all i wanted to kno... roughly how many days!! I am going with another deff not by myself haha! and not going until april ..just planning ahead, and getting excited! i friggen love california<3 and never been to florida......i live in a town in BC canada..small fishin town that rains EVERYDAY! so cant wait :) thanks for ur help

Travel Tips for Miami


by Homanded

Hurricane season officially starts on June 1st and ends in November.
Everyone seems concerned with hurricanes and hurricane season when coming to Florida.
It is a fact of life for us, one we're not happy with but grow accustomed to - altough the surge of anxiety certainly runs through our veins each time even a slight disturbance is spotted thousands of miles away, just off the coast of Africa and the local channels jump on it covering it's ever so sloooooow track towards the coastline of the USA.

Hurricanes are divided into 5 categories: Cat 1 with winds of 74 - 95 MPH. No real damage expected (although Wilma last year was reputed to be a Cat 1 and anyone watching the coverage will agree that, next to Andrew, the change in Miami's landscape had never been greater).

Cat 2 with winds of 96 - 110 mph. Storm surges usually 6 - 8 feet (storm surges often cause the largest amounts of death in low lying areas). Roofing material starts to fly off, doors and windows may implode. Signs and mobile homes start to suffer damage. Alot more trees down.
Cat 3 with winds of 111 - 130 mph. Structural damage is now pretty well assured, specially in poorly constructed homes. Utility buildings, larger trees blown down and mobile homes suffering large amounts of damage. Cat 4 with winds of 131 - 155 mph. Hurricane Katrina was a 4 (downgraded after a brief stint as a 5). Storm surge now up to 18 ft of water! Walls begin to fail in buildings and complete roofs blown off. Most street signs, large signs such as gas stations, grocery stores, shopping centers are blown away. Anything not tied down becomes a high powered flying projectile.
3 - 6 hours before hurricane actually arrives, any escape routes may be cut off due to heavy rains, storms and gusty winds. Major damage to buildings and homes.
Cat 5 with winds of 155mph or greater - HURRICANE ANDREW...
Anyone having seen or being familiiar with Miami Dade County during Hurricane Andrew will tell you that it is total catastrophic.
Complete roof failure, buildings blown out, mass destruction and great loss of life are all possibilities.
Almost all trees, shrubs and signs are totally stripped and blown down. To awaken to the aftermath of a sustained Cat 5 hurricane is to gaze upon a changed landscape, unrecognizable and seemingly out of an atomic bomb blast.
Although seemingly "cool" when watching it on TV, it is guaranteed to be the scariest moment of your life as you listen to your house fall apart around you, not knowing when it will end.

In case of a hurricane advisory, keep tuned to local news casts and weather alerts.
In case of a mandatory evacuation, designed to get the tourists out of harm's way, please don't be curious or brave. Heed the local expert's advice and evacuate!
Any tourist having to spend part of their vacation cooped up in a hot, uncomfortable shelter then again, days after storm has passed, without electric, food or water will tell you it was NOT the highlight of their trip!

Miami Duck Tour

by cristinacfurio

The Most Exciting Way To Tour The Magic City of Miami! 90-Minute Land & Sea Adventure. Now departing from South Beach (1665 Washington Avenue - located between Lincoln Road and 17th Street), our amphibious vehicles tour famous Miami landmarks before a dramatic "SPLASH DOWN" into beautiful Biscayne Bay for a close up look at the many homes of the "Rich & Famous" on Star Island.

1665 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach, FL 33139

Watch The Life-guards

by RoyJava

You've seen them ... the life-guards in their pastel structures blend 1920s Art Deco with 1960s pop-culture themes stations. They are among the most intriguing pieces of beachfront architecture in Art Deco Miami Beach. Their whimsical station-names sound like "Boomerang Putting Green", "Man-o'-War", and "Purple Fuselage". They are payed by government and some are certified lifeguards. Special to tourists: -> watch these beach guys ... and their local warnings (ripp current, jellyfishes, shark-alarm ...) ... of maybe better, embrace them!

MM 1089.1 Miamarina

by grandmaR

I had a hard time getting the name of Miamarina correct. It usually has plenty of space for transients (except during the boat show), and is the same price as Dinner Key. (as of 2003-2004 it is $1.85/ft/day or $25/ft/month). Plus Florida tax of course. In 2001 it was cheaper than Miami Beach, and much nicer. The price includes electricity, water and cable TV. It is also convenient to most stuff.

Florida residents who want to get a slip for a year can get a lower rate.

Bob used to walk over to the Sheraton to pick up a rental car before they tore it down. Now you could probably get Enterprise in downtown Miami to come and get you.

The marina has parking for slip renters. Bob doesn't think much of the showers though, so we are showering at our daughters. No internet connection there either, but I can do pocketmail with the pay phones. There is an internet cafe in the mall, and a wireless connection in Starbucks (also in the mall). They have concerts almost every night at the mall and 100 restaurants and shops. We could the hear concerts if we went on deck, but we don't have to listen to them if we go below. The boat does not appear to get as dirty as it did at Miami Beach. I would say it is no noisier than many other marinas. It's farther from the trains than Melbourne. There are planes flying overhead, and sometimes horns and sirens, but all-in-all, we like it pretty well.

Photo is of the marina from the air, and SV RosalieAnn in the marina in 2001, 2003 and 2005. There is also a picture I took coming in the entrance channel

The sand castles on the beach...

by katmag

The sand castles on the beach are everywhere! Do get close an take a look at the painstakingly intricate work of sand-art, but don't forget to drop some $$$ into the little cup or bucket placed, conveniently near-by.


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Address: 1201 NW LeJeune Rd, Miami, Florida, 33126, United States