There’s, without a doubt, no lack of luxury hotels in Miami. In a city known for its glitzy nightlife and non-stop parties, there’s always something to see and do. Treat yourself to a meal at world famous Joe’s Stone Crabs, a local institution since 1913, before heading down to iconic South Beach, where you can dip your toes in the crisp, cool surf and lay out on the warm, white sand. With so many attractions to see, the only trouble you’ll have is figuring out how to cram them all into one trip.
Best Rooms: Bay View rooms offer the best views of Biscayne Bay. There are many types of Bay View rooms, but all of them are available on all floors (20 - 29).
Best Rooms: Most of the rooms offer a city view of Brickell. However, the best view is a partial bay view, which also includes a pool view from the rooms in the back of the hotel. For unobstructed views of the city, request a room on or above the 9th floor, on the front side of the hotel facing Brickell Ave.
Best Rooms: The hotel primarily offers city views, and all sides of the hotel provide something similar; however, requesting a room facing the River Walk will provide glimpses of the river.
Best Rooms: The hotel offers a dual view from either end; rooms facing east from floor 4 have a view of bay, while rooms facing north have a view of the city.
Best Rooms: Among non-suites, Deluxe Bay View rooms and Mandarin Executive rooms offer gorgeous views of the bay (i.e. rooms ending in *10 through *20, such as 710, 812, 919). Keep in mind, however, that some rooms have smaller balconies than others. So if you want to enjoy the view from a spacious balcony, be sure to specify that you'd like a room with a larger balcony.
Best Rooms: The Standard rooms offer limited views, while the Deluxe rooms offer a view of downtown Miami or Biscayne Bay. The Oceanview rooms in the Versailles building offer a partial view of the ocean, as well as a partial view of the bay. The Chateau building offers the best ocean views.