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Miami Marriott Biscayne Bay

Miami Marriott Biscayne Bay Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This towering, 601-room Downtown Marriott caters mostly to business travelers. The large pool, modern fitness center, business center, and free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel make it a great value pick. Though more stylish, the Epic and Intercontinental hotels both have similar amenities, but often cost considerably more.

The Mutiny Hotel

The Mutiny Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 12-story Mutiny Hotel is a condo property with one- and two-bedroom apartments located in Coconut Grove off Biscayne Bay. The hotel is located in a popular part of town, near a wide variety of restaurants, shops, and nightlife. Apartments are modern and sleek, with gorgeous full kitchens and spacious living areas; many units come with laundry machines and balconies, too. There is a heated outdoor pool and hot tub on-site, along with a fitness center, sauna, and steam room, but there's a pesky fee for Wi-Fi in the rooms.

Churchill Suites Intracoastal Yacht Club

Churchill Suites Intracoastal Yacht Club Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The Intracoastal Yacht Club offers a quiet, bayside experience with fully equipped, family-friendly apartments that include kitchens, washers and dryers, modern electronics (but no Wi-Fi), and great balconies. But beyond in-room cooking, meals are a bit of a hassle, as is the 15-minute walk to the beach. Also, these are condominiums, so don't expect traditional hotel service.

Doubletree Grand Hotel Biscayne Bay

Doubletree Grand Hotel Biscayne Bay Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Located inside "the Grand" -- a business district complex of offices, condos, convenience shops, and five so-so restaurants -- the 152-room Doubletree is a good but not great choice. It has an Olympic-size pool, a huge Jacuzzi, and a modern gym, but cleanliness is questionable and the rooms are mediocre. Nearby, the similarly priced Hyatt Regency offers bigger, cleaner rooms.

Catalina Hotel

Catalina Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Designed for randy 20-somethings who can rage until 4 a.m., the Catalina can be a godsend. It's moderately priced, across from the beach, and in the heart of the fashionista bar scene. Although there are nice touches like Tempur-Pedic beds and a hip rooftop pool, it's a party hotel at heart, with small rooms and an indifferent staff.

Albion

Albion Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This 1930s' Art Deco hotel gained new life after a 2005 renovation by the Rubell family, best known for its Studio 54 connection. For a while, the venue's mod design and surprisingly low rates made the Albion one of the best-kept secrets in South Beach. But a decade later, the hotel needs a bit of TLC and rates are not always such a bargain. The 100-room boutique property still retains some advantages over the local competition, though, including a sunny courtyard pool, a hipster cocktail lounge, and relatively spacious rooms. Be prepared to pay stiff tariffs for breakfast, valet parking, and beach chairs.

Essex House Hotel

Essex House Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 80-room Essex House Hotel is a bastion of Art Deco architecture and decor — so much so that groups of tourists regularly tramp through the lobby on guided tours. And that's not the only hubbub that disrupts this so-called "oasis of calm." The party at the adjacent Clevelander often continues into the wee hours, and the noise keeps some guests awake. On the plus side, there's a tiny pool in a lush, tropical courtyard, a feature that many South Beach hotels lack. Generous freebies include a basic continental breakfast, happy hour cocktails, and fresh towels to use at the beach across the street. Considering the location in the heart of South Beach, this hotel is a terrific value.

Blue Moon Hotel

Blue Moon Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 75-room Blue Moon is a serene, unpretentious boutique hotel that is relatively secluded from the crowds that throng Ocean Drive and the beach, but still conveniently located within walking distance of these popular spots. This historic Art Deco hotel was once the tropical retreat of Merv Griffin, but is now part of Marriott's vast portfolio — which accounts at least in part for the upscale property's polished service. However, much like many of Miami's vintage hotels, rooms and bathrooms here are tight on space.

Howard Johnson Plaza Hotel Miami Airport

Howard Johnson Plaza Hotel Miami Airport Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This 259-room Howard Johnson is an inexpensive three-pearl hotel convenient to the Miami International Airport and a five-minute walk from the Westland Mall. There's an on-site restaurant, Rick's Restaurant and Bar, serving breakfast and dinner, along with a gift shop to pick up snacks and toiletries. Rooms are basic with tube TVs, though some have views of the outdoor swimming pool. A free shuttle transfers guests to the airport and mall but wait times can vary.

Crest Hotel Suites

Crest Hotel Suites Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Location is the main selling point of the Crest Hotel Suites: Just a block from the ocean, steps from Lincoln Road, and in the South Beach Art Deco district, it offers a great home base for families and couples exploring Miami. Basic and clean is the theme of both public spaces and guest rooms, thought the outdoor pool area is slightly grungier than the rest of the property. Each of the 66 rooms have flat-screen TVs and hair dryers; suites also have kitchens and dining areas. The on-site cafe is a popular feature for guests to gather and the hotel offers beach club access including lounge chair, umbrella, and cabana rentals. Otherwise, there are few amenities.

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  • Air Conditioner
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  • Balcony
  • Basic Television
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