Hotels in Miami Beach Reviews

4.5/5Excellent44 Reviews
Breakfast is of high quality, coffee is particularly good and service is in place. Good location, great bay view and city night view of the room
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4.3/5Excellent17 Reviews
The hotel's swimming pool is good, and I also ate once in the dining hall. It was a rainstorm in Miami during my stay, so I stayed in the hotel and could not go to the beach. I had to swim in the hotel's swimming pool.
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4.4/5Excellent36 Reviews
South Beach
Service is excellent. Room is okay: no ocean view for us, room slightly small, only one sink (wash basin) in bathroom, fixed (non-movable) shower, no door for shower place. Compulsory $30+tax/night beach and pool fee not included in, charged when check-in. Umbrella on beach will cost $19 extra. Around 8 bikes free to borrow during daytime, 1 out of 2 bike locks worked.
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4.2/5Very Good16 Reviews
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4.4/5Excellent27 Reviews
Booked the highest floor sea view room, the balcony is facing the beach in Miami, this price is very satisfied. Parking 42 knives for 24 hours, including breakfast, the outdoor swimming pool is heated, and there is a swimming pool where you can walk directly to the beach. Overall, the price is very high, the only drawback is that there is no microwave oven.
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3.9/536 Reviews
I am staying here for four days. I love this hotel. Cozy and well cleaned. I want to come back here with family too.
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Frequently Asked Questions

Miami Beach Hotel Guide

Miami is a coastal city located in southeastern Florida. The city is known for its white beaches stretching for miles, turquoise waters, hot bikinis, and bodybuilders. There are also Latin American-inspired neighborhoods, sizzling nightlife, and luxury cruises headed to popular resorts in the Caribbean and South America…all of these elements make Miami the perfect place for a vacation.

Miami is a great place to take a break from your fast-paced lifestyle. When visiting the city, you can pass the time in an open-air cafe under the palm trees or relax on the beach and enjoy the sun. You can even rent a convertible and drive along the coast to take in the picturesque scenery.

There are many options for hotels in Miami, including high-end resorts, bed and breakfasts, as well as apartments, though accommodations are known to get a bit pricey. There are many restaurants, bars, shopping centers and entertainment venues in the city which is lively both day and night. Miami's climate is warm and humid, with an average temperature of around 23°C, and the weather is relatively stable year-round. Every year from mid-late November to the next April is the best travel season, when the sun is shining, the rain is less, and it is hotter. Rainfall is often experienced throughout the period of June to November. August through October is hurricane season, so it may be best to check whether forecasts before planning your trip.

Miami is a holiday resort city with a variety of accommodation types and grades, ranging from high-end resort hotels, mid-range chain hotels and apartment-style hotels. Downtown Miami and Miami Beach are the most popular accommodation areas. The city's transportation is convenient. Attractions, restaurants, shops and entertainment venues are concentrated in the same areas which makes it easy to get from one place to the next. The city is busy, and the stretching coastline makes it a top choice for vacations, though the price of resort hotels in Miami with private beaches is relatively high. Miami International Airport is about a 20-minute drive from the city center. South Miami has a comfortable and quiet environment, and can travel along Route 1 to this area. North Miami is home to many diverse communities and is a good area for locating budget motels.

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