Hotels in Miami – Florida – USA854
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Hotels in Miami – Florida – USA
Hotels in Miami all have a room tax of 13% that is levied by the city. There is a wide choice of hotels in Miami, with something to suit all budgets. Whilst South Beach’s coastal strip is renowned for offering upmarket, international brand hotels, cheap hotels in Miami can still be found here ranging from affordable boutique options to good value hotels housed in art deco buildings.
On top of this, it is normal to tip porters (around US$1 a bag), cabstand attendants (US$1-3 depending upon amount of people per taxi), valet parkers (US$2) and housekeepers (US$2-5 per night).
The Miami hotels below have been grouped into three different pricing categories:
Luxury (over US$200)
Moderate (US$100 to US$199)
Cheap (under US$100)
The prices quoted above are the starting rates for a standard double room per night, excluding all taxes and breakfast unless otherwise stated.
(305) 604 5070.
The tallest and most elegant art deco Miami hotel on Ocean Drive offers genuine style for the incurably hip, with an minimalist interior that is sophisticated, spacious and sumptuous, decorated in soft tones of white, taupe and sand. The 45 light, airy and spacious suites all have incredible views of the beach and the Atlantic, and contain complete entertainment centres. Personal Assistants cater to your every whim from unpacking luggage and bath-running to preparing picnic hampers and pet-grooming. The Coral Bar and La Marea restaurant, beside the pool overlooking Ocean Drive, is the place to see and be seen.
The Shore Club
(305) 695 3100.
It comes as no surprise that Miami’s ultimate urban design hotel is located at South Beach. Its stark modernism and the white-on-white décor of the 325 rooms and suites is softened by lush Morroccan-inspired tropical gardens and outdoor ‘rooms’ to provide an oasis of cool at the heart of Miami. Rub shoulders with SoBe’s beautiful people in Nobu restaurant and the Sky Bar, or chill out on the serene outdoor terraces of the Zen-like rooftop spa, and admire the remarkable 360° views of the coast and city.
Ritz-Carlton, South Beach
(786) 276 4000.
The former landmark art deco DiLido hotel, designed by Lapidus in the 1950s, is not your typical Ritz-Carlton. Located in the city’s hottest neighbourhood, this Miami hotel looks more like a luxury liner when viewed from the pool deck, with two poolside wings. The 375 spacious guest rooms are decorated in bold nautical colours that accent the dark cherry furniture and sumptuous marble bathrooms. The DiLido Beach Club is South Beach’s only oceanfront restaurant. By the pool you’ll find a DJ, a sunset-synchronised swimming show and the world’s only tanning butler. Those in need of further pampering need look no further than the city’s top day spa.
Mandarin Oriental Miami
(305) 913 8288.
Situated in one of the city’s most prestigious commercial districts, this 5-star waterfront Miami hotel is also convenient for the major shopping and nightlife centres of Bayside and Coconut Grove. The hotels boasts a first-class restaurant, Azul, a sophisticated cocktail bar, a luxury health spa, swimming pool, tennis courts, private beach and golf green.
(305) 445 1926.
A 1926 landmark in prosperous, fashionable Coral Gables, the Biltmore Hotel is still one of the finest hotels in Miami. Handpainted ceilings, magnificent crystal chandeliers, marble Corinthian columns and the imposing 15-storey tower, modelled on Seville’s splendid Giralda belltower, blend with impeccable, old-world service. The 276 luxurious bedrooms and suites have travertine marble baths, spacious sitting rooms and Mediterranean-style balconies enjoying views over the 18-hole golf course, floodlit tennis courts, Zen-inspired spa and a magnificent hotel pool. The ultimate in luxury is the 13th floor Evergreen Suite – once Al Capone’s speakeasy, now the choice of presidents, world leaders and celebrities.
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