Three-Star Hotels (First Class) Typically three star hotels offer more spacious accommodations that include well appointed rooms and decorated lobbies. The hotels usually feature restaurants that serve breakfast through dinner. Room service may be available. Valet parking, gyms and pools are often provided.
The Abbey's 50 unique guest rooms and suites have soft linens, marble bathrooms and generous overstuffed furniture.
The Albion is an art-deco masterpiece. The interior design is minimalist and elegant, the lobby has a silver waterwall, and furniture in the guestrooms are custom-designed by architect Carlos Zapata.
The Alexander 's two lagoon-shaped swimming pools are set into an acre of lush tropical gardens with a waterfall as a backdrop.
The Aqua has a new take on the hip hotel formula with sleek silver lines cool backlit panels, and a playful décor.
Extensive renovations in 1997 and 2002 lend an updated twist to this Art Deco beauty.
This Avalon is a South Beach landmark. The Hotel has a 1930’s-style façade and is located on Ocean Drive, just steps from the beach. The Hotel offers newly renovated guestrooms with “tropical-deco” decor and access to a nearby pool and fitness center.
Built in 1937 by the architect Henry Hoehauser, this historic Ocean Drive landmark was restored and converted into an all suite Hotel.
An intimate, bi-level lobby greets vacationers as they enter the Beacon; a 79-room art-deco gem on Ocean Drive.
The Bentley has a spacious roof top sun deck with a pool and jacuzzi offering an incredible view of the Atlantic Ocean.
Best Western South Beach
Reasonable prices draw a budget-conscious crowd, but the main selling points here are the spacious rooms.
The guest rooms are modest in size, but comfortable. All rooms feature bamboo floors, custom made armoires, Egyptian cotton linens and bath amenities, mini bar and fast Internet access.
An oceanfront, all-suite hotel with a restaurant, swimming pool, and spacious guestrooms. The hotel was renovated in 2005.
The Catalina is a value-oriented hotel located in South Beach, only 2 blocks from the Miami Beach Convention Center.
The stylish renovations bring soothing tones of cream and terra-cotta with cherry wood custom furnishings creating a relaxed atmosphere.
The Chelsea has 42 guestrooms with Japanese-style furnishings, bamboo floors, and slate-tile bathrooms with glass-enclosed showers.
At the Chesterfield, you'll find a safari-themed lobby with African masks and leopard-print tables, and a complimentary daily happy hour.
Abandoning conventional ideals for hotel design, Clinton follows its own muse, and the result is an ultra-cool, intimate and sexy place to stay.
The Crescent is located on Ocean Drive, within easy walking distance to the Convention Center and Lincoln Road.
Relax by the pool and enjoy a level of service only a small boutique hotel can offer. The rooms feature a contemporary style and all the conveniences required by today's travelers.
Eden Roc Hotel
Designed by famed architect Morris Lapidus, the Eden Roc became an instant landmark setting a new standard for luxury oceanfront resorts.
Built in 1938, the Essex House is a landmark on the corner of Collins and 10th in the center of South Beach.
Rich in history, the Fontainebleau Hilton has graced Miami Beach for over 50 years.
Holiday Inn Hotel
This busy hotel is located 10 blocks from South Beach, giving guests both easy access to clubs and restaurants and a quiet place to sleep.
Restored to its original luster, Indian Creek brings the charm of a small European hotel with the coziness of a Key West guest house.
The Kent is like a playground for adults. Its 54 rooms were designed by Barbara Hulanicki, who also designed the Marlin Hotel.
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