La Quinta Inn Miami/Cutler Ridge

1.5 out of 5 stars1.5 Star

10821 Caribbean Boulevard, Cutler Ridge, Florida, 33189, United States
La Quinta Inn & Suites Miami Cutler Ridge
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49
Average
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Poor
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Miami airport business class lounge

by genebeans

Two years ago the business class lounge was outside of the security area and we were then taken to rush through security and to the flight. Is it still the same or do we go through security first and then the lounge to wait.Thanks

Re: Miami airport business class lounge

by mccalpin

Hmmmmn, it may depend on the airline or club...I see at
http://www.miami-airport.com/vip_clubs_and_lounges.asp
that American's and Delta's clubs are "after" security, which is the more normal situation, thinking of the airports I know well...

Bill

Re: Miami airport business class lounge

by genebeans

Bill-I agree but that is why I asked as to years ago it was outside of security and then a rush to get through security with a guide. It is Air France and a lounge used by everyone--Gene

Re: Miami airport business class lounge

by mccalpin

Gene, it's been a long time since I was in Miami, and I wasn't on Delta anyway, but I see that Delta and Air France are part of the Sky Team alliance...and it's common that members of an alliance share clubs...so I am guessing that Air France passengers could use the Delta club...worth every penny you pay for it ;-)

Bill

Re: Miami airport business class lounge

by genebeans

Thanks-No one else responded-It does not really matter as I can just leave early and go to the gate--Thanks for responding.
Dream trip for my wife coming up as we are taking our two children and four grandchildren to Positano and Rome. The 12 year old (oldest) is really into Roman History so he is going to love seeing Rome-First some fun then some Roman studies..Thanks for your constant replies--Gene

Re: Miami airport business class lounge

by mccalpin

Hey, how do I sign up to be adopted by you? Sounds like a great trip!

Bill

Re: Miami airport business class lounge

by genebeans

Air France shares a lounge with Alitalia outside of Security and a rep then comes to get us and takes us through security-- I called the number you sent me--Many thanks-Gene

Re: Miami airport business class lounge

by mccalpin

This has been quite confusing...I finally broke down and called the airport, because what they told you doesn't match the various websites...anyway, Air France uses Club America in the South Terminal, Concourse J - there is no Alitalia lounge at the airport (Alitalia uses Club America, too).

So, (1), the airport ought to improve its website to note which airlines uses which Club America (there are 2 clubs), and (2) Air France ought to correct its website to show that it uses Club America in Miami, not the Delta lounge.

I will be waiting with bated breath for the websites to be corrected ;-)

Bill

Re: Miami airport business class lounge

by genebeans

As suggested when we check in at Air France we will ask for use of the Delta lounge. Thee is a Club America lounge in terminal H where Air France departs from and we used that two years ago with Alitalia which is how this all started. It is right off the ticket counter and there was an elevator. Then an Alitalia rep came and escorted us through security and to the gae- I will check it all out. I prefer it be inside of Security so we can go right to the gate but usie of the lounge was free so how can anyone complain. Maybe we,ll get lucky and get the Delta lounge inside of Security- Anyhow many thanks-
Pedro-I am in Boca Raton so I lived near you as I have been here in Florida for 35 years--Thank you Bill and Pedro-Gene

Travel Tips for Miami

Miami's Dream

by RoyJava

No kidding! Visiting Miami makes your phantasy go 'round and, doing hair and make-up specializes in making phantasies on faces. I do understand why rich and famous came to grief upon Miami once in the thirties and sixties. I do understand the young and looking-for's followed some later ... Most beautiful and famous light where palm-trees, models and beauty are brought out at its best! Best memory, too ...

Downtown Miami

by cobrioc

Downtown is laid out with a fairly straightforward grid, with Flagler Ave as much the main drag as any.
The downtown area is divided by the Miami River, crossed by the newly renovated Brickell Ave Bridge and continues on the south side of the river.
The north-south divider is Flagler St. the east-west divider is Miami Ave. prefixes are given to streets-N,W, S, E, NW, NE, SW, SE- based on that street's position relative to the intersection of Flagler St. and Miami Ave.
Most avenues and streets are numbered, avenues begin at 1 and count upwards the farther east and west they are from Miami Ave. so E 1st Ave is one block east of Miami Ave, while W 42nd Ave is 42 blocks west of Miami Ave. Streets are numbered progressively the farther north or south of Flagler St , so N 1st St is one block north of Flagler Ave . The city of Miami coversan enormous, sprawling area that's subdivided into neighborhoods and sections and is adjacent
to several cities. Miami is on the mainland, while the city of Miami Beach is on a thin barrier island about 4 miles east , across Biscayne Bay.

Drive Like You Stole It....

by CanuckMark

Miami has some pretty unique driving rules which you can only learn by way of experience. These driving traditions are passed on from generation to generation and do not appear in any official driving guide in Miami:

1) Turn signals indicate that you are new to town and want to be ridiculed and mocked. If you never use them, other drivers assume you are a local, confident, and experienced driver.

2) The brake and gas pedals have only two settings: full on or full off. Any attempt to use either in moderation once again signals your desire to be mocked and ridiculed.

3) Passing is performed ambidextrously. You may pass on either the right or the left. Passing is not limited to lanes only - shoulders and embankments may be used as available. Be sure to take plenty of pictures of motorists passing you, focusing on the standard Miami drivers' salute of a raised middle finger. Returning the salute is not recommended.

4) In traffic, it is customary to signal your general mood by sounding your horn. The horn should be signalled often and can be used to communicate your displeasure. Experiment with different sounds and patterns - a favourite art form of the locals.

5) Windows down mean you want projectiles to be sent at you. Windows up mean that you are respectfully declining anonymous "gifts".

Best place to rollerblade

by balisunshine

Old Cutler Road from
Cocoplum/Le Jeune Circle to
Ludlum Road, Coral Gables, Pinecrest

Huge oaks canopy most of this stretch,
on which you'll pass Matheson Hamock Park,
Fairchild Tropical Garden, Gulliver Academy,
and some of the most
beautiful homes in Miami.

The sidewalk is smooth and
wide enough for bikers,
runners and 'bladers to share'
which means you don't
have to put your life to risk
battling road traffic.

Virginia Key Beach. It's...

by pulgaron

Virginia Key Beach. It's across from the Miami Seaquarium, off Rickenbaker Causeway. Instead of making a right at the Seaquarium, make a left at the traffic light just before the Seaquarium. If you donot pay attention you will miss the entrance. There is a toll, $2.00 per car. Drive two miles to the end of the road to the 'Point' This is a very scenic and secluded beach, very windy, the sail boarders use it a lot. In any given day you will run into professional models being photographed. Public bathrooms and changing rooms are available. If you feel adventorous, instead of taking the rigth turn towards the point continue on the left for a quarter mile and hang out with the locals at the shrimp bar. Have a beer, and play bocci ball with motorcycle riders and local fishermen. Not pretty but very picturesque and you will certanly not find that place in a tourist travel book.

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 La Quinta Inn Miami/Cutler Ridge

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Address: 10821 Caribbean Boulevard, Cutler Ridge, Florida, 33189, United States