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Hotel Beaux Arts Miami

Hotel Beaux Arts Miami Rating: 5.0 Pearls

Located on the topmost floors of the JW Marriott building, the 44-room Hotel Beaux Arts is even more upscale than the Marquis. Though its shared facilities with the Marquis may detract from its intimate, boutique feel, guests do have a special check-in area in the lobby, and the hotel is ultra luxe: all rooms have flat-screen TVs and iPads, the bathrooms are marble with separate bathtubs and showers, the decor is sleek (cherry wood floors, floor-to-ceiling windows, plush beds, minimalist furniture), and the views are amazing.

Viceroy Miami

Viceroy Miami Rating: 4.5 Pearls

Stunning design by Kelly Wearstler, big rooms with kitchenettes, and a destination restaurant and lounge make the 162-room Viceroy strong competition for the sleek Epic hotel down the road. But the hotel would live up to its hip image better in South Beach than in its corporate neighborhood.

JW Marriott Marquis Miami

JW Marriott Marquis Miami Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The 313-room JW Marriott Marquis is reminiscent of a luxury hotel in Vegas: Everything is big, from the light fixtures to the bathrooms, and the array of amenities is so extensive guests might not have to leave the premises -- there are three restaurants, a pool, a basketball court, a virtual bowling alley, a 3D theater room, a golf school, and a huge fitness center. A good choice for business travelers, the hotel is one of the most modern hotels in Downtown Miami, and all rooms come equipped with desktop computers and giant 52-inch flat-screen TVs. For even more luxurious digs, you may consider Hotel Beaux Arts, Marriott's boutique hotel on the top floors of the building.

Mandarin Oriental, Miami

Mandarin Oriental, Miami Rating: 4.5 Pearls

Located on beautiful Brickell Key, this beachless island resort offers serenity by way of warm, creative design, a phenomenal spa, a first-rate gym and invigorating (though pricey) cuisine. Drawing business travelers, honeymooners and celebrities-in-hiding, it is not the place to party.

Four Seasons - Miami

Four Seasons - Miami Rating: 4.5 Pearls

With stylish, spacious rooms renovated in 2012, two acres of rooftop pools (Downtown's best), the city's top gym -- Sports Club/LA -- in the building, and the above-and-beyond service that the Four Seasons is known for, this is a premier choice for Miami's boring business district.

Hyatt Regency Miami

Hyatt Regency Miami Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Efficient and business-focused, the Hyatt is in the heart of Downtown Miami. It features comfortable, modern rooms, a 24-hour gym, a small pool and an adjoining convention center to keeps the suits coming. Though it's close to public transportation, the beach is still a long way away.

Epic Hotel

Epic Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Opened in 2009 by the Kimpton hotel group, this is a relaxed, luxurious alternative to humdrum Downtown business hotels like the Hyatt or Intercontinental. The hotel's 411-room, 30-floor glass tower sports a broad terrace on the 16th floor, three pools, and the excellent Italian restaurant Area 31. It literally overshadows neighboring hotels.

JW Marriott Hotel Miami

JW Marriott Hotel Miami Rating: 4.0 Pearls

A fine-tuned hospitality machine, Miami's JW Marriott nears perfection -- flawless service, comfortable rooms, and great amenities. (Or at least it beats the Conrad, Hilton's competition down the road.) Sure, it's styled like an office building, but that makes it easy to get some work done.

Conrad Hotel

Conrad Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Taking up 17 floors of a 36-story downtown skyscraper, this Hilton luxury offshoot has some swanky touches -- a rooftop pool, a top-notch spa and gym, 500-thread-count linens, and spacious standard rooms. It goes toe-to-toe with the neighboring JW Marriott. What's the difference? The Conrad has a better bar and restaurant; the Marriott has better 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.

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