- Reviews: 147
Holiday Inn Exp Miami Springs: OK - Close to the airport
I stayed here four nights. Location is convenient, close to the airport (36th St) and the Alamo car rental pick up.
The room was clean, front desk and staff friendly and helpful, room was spacious enough and the bed comfortable, but expect just basic services from this hotel, (no spa, no frigobar, no swimming pool, basic complimentary breakfast)
There is only one PC at the business center so probably you will have to wait before you can use it.
Breakfast (cereals, bagels, coffee, juice) is served up to 9:30 AM, but if you arrive there 9:10 don't expect to find much to eat! So probably you will be having breakfast at IHOP next door.
Convenient location, close to the airport.
Friendly bilingual staff.
- Reviews: 542
The Astor: The heart of Southbeach
My husband & me stay in the Astor Junior Suite, this room is really a modern apartment. Guests eventually get accustomed to the grandeur, but report that the sense of indulgence never completely wears off.
Tasteful decorations, unique artwork and Keystone flooring throughout the Astor Suite combine to create a very special ambiance. The living room area has a deep sleeper sofa for overnight guests, two additional deep sofas, a freestanding mirror, modern rattan armchairs and other equally distinctive furnishings. There is a half bathroom just off the Suite's entrance, which allows you to comfortably entertain, without needing to provide guests with access to your own bedroom and bath area. The living room bar features an emerald granite bar-top and seating for a worthy few. This very special room showcases a unique blend of contemporary design, passion-inspiring ambiance and real comfort. Speaking of passion… The Astor Suite bedroom features a wonderful European king-size bed, dressed to kill in crisp, white, "Frette" linens, and luxurious down pillows and duvet.
We hightly recomend this room & hotel
The oversize marble bathroom with a double sink and a wall-to-wall mirror has a generously sized whirlpool bathtub and shower, encased in a sliding glass door.
You can enjoy the unique privacy of this incredible space and live like royalty.
Concierge service Complimentary newspapers
Fully Stocked Mini Bar Dry cleaning service
Nearby street parking Limo or Town car service available
Valet Parking available Air-conditioned public areas
"Frette" linens Audio-visual equipment
2 Bathrobes 2 Phone Lines
Wake-up calls Data Port
Multilingual staff High-Speed Wireless Internet Access
24-hour front desk Johhny V Restaurant
Tour assistance Personal safe in each room
- Reviews: 175
The Standard Miami: Trendy Minimalism and a Great Spa
The Standard Miami just recently opened up on the small island off of the Venetian Causeway. If you're looking for a trendy hotel with great facilities (to offset the minimalist rooms) then The Standard is the place for you. It's ultra chic and tre cool. The pool overlooks the Bay and you can, in fact, jump in the Bay directly from the pool side if you'd like. Guests under the age of 14 are not allowed so you know you're not staying here for the family and tourists. The Standard prides itself on being the hip place to be for the young jet-set crowd.
That said, there is a lot of work to do by the staff in order to bring the level up to the standard of The Standard. The roads out front were horrific due to the thunderstorms. The updated rooms from the former Lido Hotel are a bit outdated and small. The elevator is tiny and smells. A lot of the staff, although accomodating, were novices and excused their newness.
Still, we had a great time at The Standard and would go back again.
The pool. The outdoor baths. The co-ed spa with the Turkish Baths. As a hotel guest, you have free access to the Spa. The Standard's courtyard and pool area is a sight to behold. I'll let the pictures do the taking.
- Reviews: 183
The Clay Hotel: Spanish Quarter Delight
The Clay Hotel is in a great location in Miami's South Beach location. It has a nice restaurant/bar downstairs and internet access for a fee.
Across the road there is a small supermarket, and next door there is a really nice juice bar!
The hotel has private rooms with private bathroom facilities, but it also caters for more budget-minded people where there are dormitories available also.
- Reviews: 4
Crest Hotel Suites: Good Deco accomodation at a reasonable price
The hotel is located on James Avenue which is a very short walk to Ocean drive. It is almost directly behind the Delano. The reception staff were so friendly nothing was too much for them. There is a small swimming pool which is larger than alot in the Miami area. There is a cafe on the ground floor which has shaded seating and is only 30 seconds walk from the pool area. Again the staff in the cafe were really polite and helpful.
The room I had (I was upgraded courtesy of the house) was a two double bedded suite. It had reverse cycle air and that was great not sure that it would suffice in the summer when it can be unbearably hot in Miami.
The Bathroom was fine a little basic but clean and fine. The kitchen was really well apointed although I never used it.
The pool is really nice here and the staff make the place very special.
- Reviews: 5204
eden roc resort
the eden roc is a famous hotel from the "golden age" of post war miami beach. currently in the process of renovation it is in the process of becoming a world class resort. it offers all of the amenities of a first class hotel.
- Reviews: 5204
the clevelander is located on ocean drive in the heart of south beach. it is probably most famous for it's pool bar and nightly entertainment. if you want to be in the center of the activity of south beach this is a great place to stay. if you are looking for luxury and a quiet place to stay this is not for you. a fun, party atmosphere hotel catering to a young clientele.
- Reviews: 5204
Mayfair House: mayfair hotel and spa
the mayfair hotel and spa is a very nice place to stay if you are in the coconut grove-south miami area. walking distance to the shops, restaurants and bars in coconut grove. also a safe part of miami for tourists. the mayfair offers all the amenities of a first class hotel.
- Reviews: 310
The Biltmore Hotel & Country Club: Historic Hotel in the Gables
Unique ammenities such as Spa beauty treatments ranging from $55 - $125.00 are available, Picnic Baskets filled with gourmet fruits, truffles, cheese and wine, "Fun in the Sun" basket, complete with insulated bag, wine, cheeses and even a disposable camera for your day by the pool or beach are all unique detailed oriented extras the Biltmore can provide upon request.
The Biltmore also provides complimentary downtown transfer on the historical Miami Trolley. A fun way to see the city with a historical narration along the way.
More information at: www.citybeautiful.net
Featuring a world class chef and luxurious spa, the Biltmore hotel has hosted past and present presidents and heads of states from all over the world. Movie stars such as Judi Garland, Ginger Rogers, Fred Astaire, Bing Crosby and multi millionaires such as the Vanderbilts and the Roosevelts have also stayed here.
In the middle of Coral Gables, it features a beautiful Golf Course, landscaped gardens and gorgeous swim pool which is the largest swimming pool in the Continental United States. The pool is surrounded by outside dining tables and trellises of bouganvillea, making luncheons and appetizers a relaxing affair.
The National Historical Society has deemed it a landmark. It is one of the only South Florida rated with the prestigious 4 Diamond award.
It is within 15 minutes of Miami International Airport making it easily accessible and perfect for business trips.
- Reviews: 27
CLAY Hotel & Hostel: best hostel in South Beach!
The people working there were super friendly, the rooms were clean, the location was amazing, 2 blocks away from the beach, and right on Espanola way... The fellow travellers I met there were some of the best people I have met in all my travels. I would highly reccomend staying here, great for 20 - something year olds looking for a fun Miami vacation!
The courtyard at the CLAY was great. Every night we would meet up there (we being whoever felt like going to the outdoor common room and socializing) and have a big international gathering... by 12:30 am we get kicked out and continue our party elsewhere, either a club, or the beach nearby.... just fun fun times....
- Reviews: 299
Clevelander: Happening Art Deco hotel across from South Beach
Location, location, location. The Clevelander is across the street from South Beach in the Art Deco district. There is also a restaurant and an outdoor nightclub on the site. If you want a quiet night's sleep, this is not the place. If you want the party to be at your doorstep, stay here. The hotel was built in 1938, but has gone through extensive renovations. Rates are very competitive compared to places such as Loews. Book well in advance as this is a popular place for party goers.
Some rooms offer more shelter from the noise than others. If noise is a big concern, call the hotel before booking online so you know what you can expect.
- Reviews: 3
Shore Club Hotel South Miami Beach: Felt like a celeb here
Although the service could have been better, I was attracted to stay here because it is a known celeb spot. I happened to really enjo my stay and took in all of the beach, air and party I could!
I would definately go back again, but next time with a couple of my closest friends so we ca have even more fun.
Decor and location
- Reviews: 3
Delano Hotel South Miami Beach: Art Deco Hotel that Keeps it Hot
The Delano hotel was awesome in design and quite unique with it's feeling of an "interwoven vilage". The restaurants are great, and the athletic club is awesome. We spent most of our time at the pool (yes, my wife and many other women there were topless) and the beach. Great service from the bar at both the beach and the pool.
Trendy people, clean and spacious lobby, venue restaurants and bars
- Reviews: 1
Mayfair House: Coconut Grove best place to stay
Standard room are small but very cozy. each room has a hot tub. amenities are very nice. includes continental breakfast and happy hour.
Once construction is over. The upper dach pool area will be very nice
- Reviews: 65
Royal Palm: Nice on the Outside, Terrible Rooms
This was one of the worst hotels I have stayed in. When we pulled up in the taxi, we thought wow, what a nice place. Entering the lobby we still had the same impression. But then we got to the room.
The rooms were terrible. For $250 per night is was ridiculous. The furniture was old and the wood stain had come off in many places, the room was small, and it just had a very cheap feel. The room did not even have a clock radio in it.
We got no sleep for the first 2 nights as the walls are so thin and the people next door were partying until 5am. We called the front desk and they did not do anything. Finally after complaining again on the third day, they moved us to another room which was much quieter and we got some sleep. The security employee said all the top floors have the same problem as that is where they put young people.
The location of the hotel is great - on the beach and close to Lincoln road. The hotel is next door to Lowes.
The pool was very disappointing - square and small. Other hotels have far more impressive pools.
We also learned at the end of the stay that there was a $22.60 per person per night resort fee. We had booked on expedia and thought everything had been paid for so this was a surprise. The fee was for 2 "free" bottles of water per day, towels, and usage of chairs around the pool. The fee is mandatory for all that stay.
Very close to Lincoln road.
On the beach.
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