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Mandarin Oriental, Miami

Mandarin Oriental, Miami Rating: 5.0 Pearls

Secluded on an island overlooking Brickell Bay, the 326-room Mandarin Oriental offers a private retreat for couples, business travelers, and anyone else seeking an escape from the crowd. Chic, Asian-inspired decor, a three-level spa, and modern fitness center help soothe jangled nerves, while oversized rooms with water views offer ample opportunity to decompress. Unfortunately, all is not bliss here: Occasional reports of rude, untrained staff members and spotty housekeeping have disrupted the inner peace of some guests and South Beach is a cab ride away.
Four Seasons - Miami

Four Seasons - Miami Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The Four Seasons is synonymous with top-notch service, and the 221-room Four Seasons Miami is no exception. This hotel is cooly elegant and immaculately maintained, with an elite fitness center, sophisticated steakhouse, and two large and lovely pool areas. Modern rooms are spacious with big, luxurious bathrooms; some have expansive water views. It's an ideal choice for a conference or business traveler crash pad, but the Financial District location makes it a bit less ideal for a romantic retreat or kid-friendly vacation. Note that fees like Wi-Fi and valet parking can add up quickly.
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.
The St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort

The St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The 243-room St. Regis Bal Harbour is one of the most luxurious beachfront hotels in Miami. Highlights include lavish decor, spacious guestrooms with oceanfront balconies, two infinity pools, three on-site dining options, and a prime location across from Bal Harbour Shops. The hotel is an excellent choice for visitors who are indifferent to the South Beach party scene. Rooms are among Miami's priciest (for good reason); travelers looking for a cheaper alternative should try Fontainebleau Resort, 10 minutes south, which has less impressive rooms but more pools, restaurants, and nightlife. Those wanting to be closer to the action could also try the comparably luxurious W South Beach.
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.
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 peaceful Miami Beach location - next to the also snazzy Eden Roc hotel - is 30 blocks from the South Beach action.
Sofitel Miami

Sofitel Miami Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Sofitel Miami is one of the only upscale hotels near the airport, and delivers on everything the brand is known for -- feathertop beds, sophisticated style, and a little French flavor. The neighborhood has fast food restaurants and a CVS pharmacy. Expect a 30-minute drive to Miami Beach with traffic. Sophisticated rooms have ocean or city views and French Lanvin products in the bathrooms.
Hilton Miami Airport

Hilton Miami Airport Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This upscale 500-room Hilton has more amenities and style than many other airport hotels, and its slightly higher price point reflects these differences. Guest rooms and suites are simple but attractive, with heavy wood furniture, crisp white bedding, and balconies with lagoon or skyline views (in some). Travelers who have time to take advantage of the features -- including a lively lobby bar, huge outdoor pool, varied fitness facilities, and light-filled business center with flat-screen computers -- may find the extra expense worth it. But those who want to be closer to the area’s most sought-after attractions may be better off staying closer to downtown or in Miami Beach.
Riviera Hotel & Suites South Beach

Riviera Hotel & Suites South Beach Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 52-room Riviera Suites in Miami Beach is a modern and funky boutique with lots of tropical charm and Latin flavor, along with a Cuban restaurant and landscaped swimming pool. The two-building hotel is located two blocks from the beach and both luxurious Ocean Drive and the scene on Collins Avenue are within easy walking distance. Rooms are modern and hip with big flat-screen TVs and nicely stocked minibars, but rooms facing the Morenos restaurant/bar may get noisy at night.
The Alexander All-Suite Oceanfront Resort

The Alexander All-Suite Oceanfront Resort Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This mid-priced, 18-floor high-rise sits on a pristine beach with two gorgeous pools. The Alexander All-Suite Oceanfront Resort is great for families on a budget who benefit from the easy beach access and fully equipped kitchens. Rooms can be hit or miss; each of the 125 suites are individually decorated, some have sleek,modern kitchens and bathrooms with granite counters, others have outdated decor, and some are in desperate need of renovation with moldy ceilings and grout. Some booking sites include breakfast with the price of a room. Shula's Steakhouse is popular with locals and guests while Top of the Falls does cocktails and happy hours. Overall, this is a good choice for a taste of peaceful luxury while staying within budget on the quieter end of Miami Beach.

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