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Miami Beach Resort & Spa
Op een smalle landtong tussen de Atlantische Oceaan en de Intercoastal Waterway ligt dit prima hotel. Een rustige plek en goede uitvalsbasis voor het verkennen van de wereldstad Miami; het levendige South Beach is niet ver weg.
Over Miami Beach Resort & Spa
Het klassieke interieur met marmeren vloeren en statige kroonluchters voert u terug naar de tijd dat Frank Sinatra hier regelmatig optrad. De zeer ruime kamers bieden al het comfort dat u mag verwachten van een modern hotel, terwijl de vele faciliteiten uw verblijf compleet maken. U kunt er genieten op een ligbed aan het zwembad of op het strand, dan wel een cabana huren voor optimale privacy. Volledig tot rust komt u tijdens een behandeling in de spa. Wie op zoek is naar activiteiten, vindt in het Miami Beach Resort & Spa vele mogelijkheden, zoals jetskiën of parasailen.
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Altijd al eens willen zwemmen met dolfijnen? In Miami heeft u hiertoe de mogelijkheid bij het Miami Seaquarium.
Deze ruime kamers zijn voorzien van airco, televisie, wekkerradio, internet, minibar, koffiezetfaciliteiten, strijkplank en -ijzer en föhn. Compleet ingerichte badkamer met bad/douche en toilet.
Miami Beach Resort is direct gelegen aan het strand, op korte afstand van Miami South Beach.
• 3 Restaurants
• Watersportmogelijkheden zoals: jetskiën en parasailen
Miami, waar de Atlantische Oceaan de Caribische zee ontmoet. Deze kleurrijke stad biedt voor elk wat wils.
"Outdated, BUT spacious rooms and good service"
A five or six star hotel in its heyday, it has not been updated or modernized at all. That being said, it's rooms are very spacious and comfortable. The room furniture is well appointed and the beds are comfortable. There is free WIFI in every room. The staff is very courteous and extremely helpful. I wanted an early check in and late check out, no problem at all. I wanted a fridge in my room and had it delivered within 15 minutes of my request, with no extra charge. Exceptional value for the price on the prime Collins Avenue location.
"Not worth it"
For those never been to Miami before this is the fact: you pay around 250 dollars/night for a hotel in South Beach and you should expect an average standards room. You pay that amount for a hotel in Miami Beach and you should get good results. This is not what happened! The hotel lobby is very pretty, the pool area is spacious and I really liked the beach in front of the hotel. But the room was dated and run down (especially around the windows), cleaningness was average (they didn't bother to change towels for the second person on second day!) and there was an overall lack of appetite from the staff to be welcoming or offer any kind of essential help! When I went to have breakfast I asked for a table out of the sun and then I overheard the hostess making a snide remark about this to my waiter. We asked for taxi and the concierge told us that this is not something they book for guests â€“ even at the smallest b&b around the world this is something reception is always willing to help with. Staff outside the hotel â€“ as it was rush hour â€“ asked us if we â€˜really, really wanted a taxiâ€™ as they seemed uninterested in making an effort to help us get one. The hotel entrance has a staircase to get to the lobby and no lift which generally makes it hard if you have a heavy suitcase and unless you specifically ask someone to help there was no one in post helping guests with the luggage. I could go on and on but overall I never stayed at a place before where staff went out of their way to NOT help guests out. Have to mention that the only staff that was helpful was at the bar; it was closing but as we arrived late they were happy to prepare some drinks for us. It is a pain to get to South beach as you need to pay extra on taxis and then you get stuck in traffic â€“ which would be ok if the price of the hotel was fair to begin with. Additionally it is further away from the airport â€“ which when stuck in traffic can be a rather stressful point. Why did we book this? Well because we thought that at this price we would get something nicer than the equivalent at South Beach so it wouldnâ€™t matter much we were a bit out of the way but next time we will pay probably less and get something as mediocre as this but at least we will be at South beach. I guess you live and learn! Wonâ€™t be returning and you shouldnâ€™t go either! Unless you like overpriced run down hotels, with unhelpful staff and far from the key area of interest.
Ana and Avis way to gooooo!!!! They were so helpful the night that we came, checking that our beds were clean, making sure we had everything we need, and being so friendly and courteous! THANK YOU! Also, a shout out to Maxi the operator for being there so quickly to help with the elevator! And the front desk staff was really nice and accommodating.
"Bad and getting worse"
Iâ€™ve been staying at this hotel for the Miami Yacht Show for the past 5 years, and it continues to go downhill. The entire property is in desperate need of a renovation. The attached pictures of my room show what kind of condition the place is in. Rooms are dirty, dingy, and dark. Thereâ€™s one light (and no fan) in the bathroom as shown, so when you close the shower curtain youâ€™re basically taking a shower blind in a dark cloud of steam. The paint is peeling and chipping all over. The walls and doors are thin, the carpet looks and feels dirty, etc. It looks like thereâ€™s a place for a mini fridge in the dresser, complete with the cutouts for the power cord, but there isnâ€™t one. The air conditioning is either rainforest hot and humid, or Arctic tundra cold thanks to the thermostat thatâ€™s older than I am. The grab and go cafe downstairs charges $6 for a water bottle that I can go buy for $2.37 at the Walgreenâ€™s down the street. I drive a completely stock Ford F-150 and they charged me $45/night for parking because they claimed it was oversized. The truck still fit in their garage, so Iâ€™m not sure how it was oversized. The only redeeming thing about this hotel is the proximity to my display at the boat show, but Iâ€™d much rather walk a little further and spend the same amount of money or less and have a much nicer room and experience.
"Outdated, minimal service, did not try any food, but great late night venues for concerts"
To sum up: If you are expecting high standard modern beach resort, don't go there. I didn't find it as bad as some of the reviews say, but it is outdated and overpriced. But we had a great time there! We were there for the GroundUp Music festival in 2018. This was a last minute change as the Deauville had irreparable damage that made the organization move all the late night shows. First things first: yes, this hotel is in dire need of being refreshed and modernized. Carpets are not always all that clean, furnitures haven't changed since the 70's or so and the cushion on seats at the swimming pool have holes, every single one of them. That said: the rooms are spacious, proper (if outdated) bathroom with good shower, comfortable beds. The staff is willing to help, but really not trained enough, some of them have trouble speaking English, and I would not count on them in case of an emergency (hell, we had a false fire alarm and no-one knew what was going on). But: we stayed there because the late night shows were organized there, and the two venues that were used were great, cosy, good sound, good fun, and it was really really good to be able to roll to bed at 4am.
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Entrada 211 (Gratis parkeren!)
1114 AA Amsterdam-Duivendrecht
Tel. 020 - 398 93 98
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