In its heyday during the 50's and 60's, The Marco Polo's fabulous oceanfront venue made it one of the top resorts in Sunny Isles where go-go sun worshippers could escape the winter. Today, this faded 250-room hotel still boasts spectacular views and the same beach locale, but little else remains that's especially enticing. Despite ongoing renovations, rooms — though spacious — are lackluster, and the same is true for public spaces. There are five on-site restaurants and snack bars, none of them noteworthy, and few dining options nearby. The hotel currently does a brisk business in weddings and other religious events, which means that large family groups are not uncommon. Still, it's one of the most affordable options in Sunny Isles; budget-minded guests planning to spend their days by the beach and pool might be satisfied.