Miami Beach Hotels
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Fontainebleau Resort Miami Beach

Fontainebleau Resort Miami Beach Rating: 4.5 Pearls

After its $1 billion facelift in 2008, the Fontainebleau's 1,504 new rooms, nine pools, phenomenal spa and gorgeous design are hard to top. Despite its sexy ads and nightclub, it's a relaxed property that attracts mostly families and convention goers. Its peacful Miami Beach location - next to the also snazzy Eden Roc hotel - is 30 blocks from the South Beach action.

Palms Hotel and Spa

Palms Hotel and Spa Rating: 4.0 Pearls

A clean, lively beachside resort in sleepy Miami Beach, the Palms takes style lessons from the hip boutiques -- think poolside house music, a fun tiki bar, updated rooms, and an Aveda spa. But for nightlife, revelers must head to South Beach, a five- to 10-minute taxi ride away.

Eden Roc Miami Beach

Eden Roc Miami Beach Rating: 4.0 Pearls

High-up in Miami Beach -- $20 taxi to the South Beach action -- the only real draw to the location is the pricey wining and dining at the snazzy Fontainebleau resort next door. However, with three infinity pools, 631 comfortable rooms (all redone in 2009), and a wonderful spa, the Eden Roc is a cheaper (yet still high-quality) alternative for folks doing business at the Fontainebleau.

Churchill Suites Crown Miami Beach

Churchill Suites Crown Miami Beach Rating: 3.5 Pearls

More condo than hotel -- most rooms host permanent residents -- the Crown features huge suites with fully stocked kitchens, washers and dryers, and pull-out sofas. For families or small groups, it's a great option. But it's a strictly D.I.Y. experience -- don't expect any service or organized fun.

Design Suites at Castle Beach

Design Suites at Castle Beach Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Design Suites at Castle Beach has received mixed reviews for its staff and facilities over the years. The 115-room high-rise building houses a combination of residences and vacation rentals, and some residences available to travelers seem to have been poorly maintained. A number of guests cite unkempt rooms, hallway odors, malfunctioning elevators and a lack of attentive management. But others reported that their rooms were tidy and well-equipped. One fact almost all guests agree on, though, is that many of the hotel's employees seem to have had no professional training and are occasionally rude. If top-notch customer service and a guarantee of sparkling, up-to-date amenities are more important than affordable rates, it's probably best to book elsewhere.

Edgewater South Beach

Edgewater South Beach Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The 48-room, mid-range Edgewater South Beach offers good value for the price compared to its competitors. The location is perfect for beach lovers and those who want to be at the center of the lively SoBe scene, and the spacious rooms and suites come with the convenience of well-equipped kitchenettes. The Edgewater lacks a pool and hot tub, but the basic continental breakfast and evening happy hour are appreciated extras. On the lobby level, an independently operated bar and restaurant with outdoor patio seating attracts lots of foot traffic during the dinner hour. Pets are welcome and a valet will park your car, but both services cost an additional fee.

Best Western Atlantic Beach Resort

Best Western Atlantic Beach Resort Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This clean, moderately priced beachfront hotel might look like a bargain, but the in-house facilities are meager -- just a small pool, a cramped fitness center and a deserted bar and restaurant. To find anything to do or eat, it's a 15-minute drive to South Beach ($10-15 each way by taxi).

Miami Beach Resort & Spa

Miami Beach Resort & Spa Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Stranded about 35 blocks from the South Beach party scene, this beautiful beachside resort draws an older clientele. Its great service, large (though dated) rooms, small spa, and big pool might seem like a bargain, but the only food around is its own expensive fare.

Holiday Inn Miami Beach

Holiday Inn Miami Beach Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Located on a relatively peaceful beach, the Holiday Inn is a quieter, more family-focused option 20 blocks outside the South Beach party scene. It has the basics -- pool, fitness center, and free Wi-Fi -- but the rooms, especially the bathrooms, are a bit worn, and the on-site food isn't great. Not too bad, for the price.

Four Points By Sheraton Miami Beach

Four Points By Sheraton Miami Beach Rating: 3.0 Pearls

A midsize, midrange hotel in Miami Beach, the Four Points is middling in just about every sense. But it's on the beach, and you get a pool and free Wi-Fi. For the price, this is an OK option outside South Beach. Otherwise, go for the nearby Courtyard by Marriott Oceanfront.


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