Trip Plan Details
- Catalina Hotel & Beach Club1732 - 1756 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, FL 33139recommended Catalina Hotel & Beach ClubOne of my favorite place to stay when I am in Miami. It is small and not to far from all the action. It is a great place to chill or party because there is a little something for everyone. I love the ... read moremodern comfortable rooms. They aren't too big but I am usually traveling on business so its all good. People watching is great here!Kat Von B (Travelinggreek)
In love with the vibe! Sure it's full of hipsters, but that just makes it all more interesting.
- Marlin Hotel1200 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, FL 33139recommended Marlin HotelThe Marlin is the Rock n Roll Hotel of South Beach. This was our first time staying in South Beach and I'm glad I found this Hotel through Jetsetters! Pros: Great Location- near many bars, clubs, and ... read morerestaurants and a block away from the Beach; Friendly Service- loved how the hotel manager gave us recommendations to places to go in SOBE; Beautiful Room- Décor was all white, TV in the mirror, waterfall shower, and super comfy beds; iPad- You get an iPad to control the room and go online! Cons: No Pool- but they do provide a beach bad and towel for you to enjoy the beach.Recommended for:
- Dream South Beach1119 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL, United Statesrecommended Dream South BeachThe Dream South Beach is pretty much just that without using hyperbole. From check in to check out it is everything that you would want and expect in a hotel. Unlike many others they have not ... read moreforgotten what hospitality is all about. From front desk staff to bellhop to valet, you're greeted with smiles and friendly faces. A pivotal moment comes when you enter the room and encounter the lighting panel. However, the great staff delivering your baggage will give you a brief explanation. Intimidation fades away and a sense of control sets in. This should not be taken lightly (pun intended!) Mastering the lighting schemes will help you set the mood and atmosphere for your stay. However, it's not all lights and mirrors (although the mirrors do have lights.) You will then start to notice the minimalist design of the room- however that doesn't mean lacking. Unless you are traveling very heavy, you will find more than enough storage room for your things. You will find robes and slippers and you will find more than enough towels. You will also find an almost overstocked snack tray and refrigerator. There are a few things you won't find: More than one hook in the bathroom, more than one small pain of glass at the shower entrance, privacy for using the toilet or much of a view from the windows. However, you will find that you don't mind any of this, especially once you've had an amazing night's sleep in the most comfortable bed you ever laid on in a hotel! You'll also want to make sure that you taken advantage of the rooftop. What you will find there is a bar, a 3 foot deep heated infinity pool to enjoy some amazing Mojitos or specialty drinks and a great lounge area with amazing views of both the ocean at sunset as well as the vibrant scene on Collins Avenue. Whether you decide to lounge on a chair, couch or bed the great staff will take care of your every need. By the time you check out you'll realize it was not a dream, it was real and you'll be very happy it was.Recommended for:Steve LeVine
I went to Miami Beach this past November and chose The Dream mostly based on Gogobot reviews. I booked it through Jetsetter and got a really good deal. My wife and I loved our stay there and the bed was the most comfortable I ever slept in. If you want more details about our stay there, let me know.
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I like staying at the Clevelander. Nice rooms that are reasonably priced and its in the middle of everything.