Hotels in Miami

Hotels in Miami offer amazing glimpses upon a locale nicknamed “The Magic City”. Known for its beaches, its art deco architecture, its shopping, its live music, its nightlife, its cuisine, its sporting events and its high energy, Miami is a place for both relaxation and adventure. Miami Beach and its southernmost section South Beach stretch for about 4 miles altogether. Nicknamed SoBe, South Beach is actually a neighborhood within Miami Beach, which boasts spectacular natural and people-watching views. Professional sports teams include the Miami Dolphins, Miami Heat, Florida Marlins and Florida Panthers. The University of Miami, about 7 miles southwest, is about a 20 minute drive from downtown. Miami Fashion Week occurs every spring, while Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Miami and Miami Swim Week are also popular events. Generally, Miami is a safe city for tourists, though neighborhoods to avoid include Overtown, Model City, Little Haiti and Allapattah. The Magic City indeed is a place to get excited about. Before we get you to hotels in Miami, let’s take a look at some background information on the area to help you along the way.

For 2,000 years the Miami area was inhabited by the Tequesta Native American tribe, who are thought to have expatriated to Cuba circa the mid-1700s. The first Europeans to control the area were the Spanish and British, the former ceding it to the United States in 1821. Fort Dallas was built by the United States along the Miami River and was used during the Second Seminole War. Julia Tuttle, a wealthy, local citrus grower, is credited with the founding of Miami, making her the only woman to have founded a major US city. Miami experienced a land-boom during the 1920s, but the subsequent 1926 Miami Hurricane and Great Depression stymied growth. It wasn’t until the 1940s that Miami experienced a significant revival, which inspired the city’s nickname.

Miami today has a population of around 500,000 people, while the surrounding metropolitan area is home to over 6 million. USA’s second-highest Spanish-speaking city behind El Paso, Miami stands near Florida’s southern tip. Bordering Miami are the Everglades to the west and Biscayne Bay to the east. The Port of Miami, known as the “Cruise Capital of the World”, tallies 4.33 million passengers annually, while annual cargo tonnage equates to 7.42 million. Split into different sections, Miami consists of Coral Way, The Roads and Coconut Grove to the south, Little Havana, West Flagler and Flagami to the west and Midtown to the north. The heart of Miami, known as Downtown Miami, is the place for daytime shopping. Home to the United States’ third tallest skyline, Miami boasts more than 300 high rise buildings, with at least 80 properties standing at over 400 feet. Major points of interest include DowntownFreedom TowerVilla VizcayaMiami TowerVirginia Key Beach, Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing ArtsFTX ArenaPortMiami, Miami Beach, South Beach and Hard Rock Stadium. Popular foods include stone crabs, a variety of seafoods, fish sandwiches, arepas, churros, Cuban sandwiches, fritas, empanadas and key lime pie. Popular drinks involve various frozen drinks such as Daiquiris and Piña Coladas and of course the Miami Vice, which is made with pineapple juice, coconut, strawberries and rum. Now that we have a little background information on the area, it’s time for hotels in Miami that will help provide for a magical experience.

 

 

 

EB Hotel Miami Airport

4299 Northwest 36th Street

Hotels in Miami

Miami International Airport

With a spacious outdoor swimming pool, flat-screen TVs, free WiFi, modern glass desks, walk-in showers, a 24-hour fitness center, concierge service, shuttle service, a full-service lobby bar, EB Hotel Miami Airport is near Miranda Cuisine and Bar (restaurant), Airport Cafe & Liquors (restaurant) and Miami Subs Grill (restaurant).

From here Miami Jai Alai and Casino is 0.5 miles, Miami International Airport is 1.2 miles, Melreese Golf Course is 1.3 miles, Miami Springs City Golf Course is 1.5 miles, Hialeah Race Track is 2.7 miles, Richard Gerstein Justice Building is 3.4 miles, Miami Dade College and Marlins Park are 3.6 miles, FTX Arena is 5.2 miles, Lincoln Road is 8.2 miles and Versace Mansion is 8.6 miles.

Approximate cost per night (master suite): $789

 

 

 

Mandarin Oriental Miami

500 Brickell Key Drive

Hotels in Miami

Brickell City Centre

Boasting city and bay views, spa services, balconies, flat-sceen TVs, iPod docking stations, well-stocked mini-bars, evening turndown service, marble bathrooms, walk-in showers, separate bathtubs, an infinity-edge outdoor pool, butler service, a state-of-the-art fitness center, a restaurant amd a bar, Mandarin Oriental Miami is situated close to MO Bar & Lounge, Brickell Key Park, La Mar by Gaston Acurio (South American restaurant), Brasserie Brickell Key (fine dining restaurant), NAOE (Japanese restaurant), Brickell Key Bridge, VICE CITY MARINA, Roxxy Boutique (dress store), Flamingo Theater Bar (live music bar), Truluck’s Ocean’s Finest Seafood and Crab (seafood restaurant) and more.

You’ll find Brickell City Centre 0.6 miles, Bayfront Park 0.8 miles, HistoryMiami, Miami Art Museum, Miami-Dade County Courthouse and Bayside Market Place 0.9 miles, Historical Museum of South Florida, Port of Miami and Miami Freedom Tower 1 mile, FTX Arena 1.1 miles, Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Art 1.6 miles, Marlins Park 2.3 miles, Crandon Marina 3.3 miles, Cocowalk Shopping Center 4.7 miles, University of Miami 6.5 miles and Miami International Airport 6.1 miles from this hotel.

Approximate cost per night (premier bay view suite): $1,878

Cost per person (three people): $626

 

 

 

The Guild Downtown | X Miami

230 NE 4th St

Hotels in Miami Florida

Bayside Market Place

The Guild Downtown | X Miami features fully-equipped kitchens, city views, a garden, an outdoor pool, BBQ facilities, a fitness center, washing machines, free WiFi, a terrace, balconies, air conditioning, a restaurant and a bar. You may encounter Jaguar Sun (cocktail bar), Tuyo Restaurant, Havana Nines (clothing store), Bayside Marketplace (shopping mall), Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. (seafood restaurant), Disney Store (toy store), Segafredo Bayside (cafe), Thriller Miami Speedboat Adventures (boat tour agency), Beya (fashion accessories store), Tropical Sailing (boat tour agency) and more in the area.

This location is 0.1 miles from Bayside Market Place, 0.2 miles from Miami Freedom Tower and Bayfront Park, 0.3 miles from FTX Arena, 0.4 miles from Bayfront Park Station, Brightline at MiamiCentral, MiamiCentral and Miami-Dade County Courthouse, 0.5 miles from HistoryMiami and Miami Art Museum, 0.7 miles from Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Art, 0.8 miles from Port of Miami and 5.6 miles from Miami International Airport.

Approximate cost per night (three-bedroom): $543

Cost per person (eight people): $68

 

 

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Four Seasons Hotel Miami

1435 Brickell Avenue

Hotels in Miami Florida

HistoryMiami

Four Seasons Hotel Miami offers a full-service spa, an outdoor pool with cabanas, an on-site restaurant, flat-screen TVs, marble private bathrooms, city or bay views, sitting areas, desks, ergonomic chairs, free WiFi, a hot tub and a sauna. Nearby you may find Edge Steak & Bar (steak house), Kai – Poke Shop (health food restaurant), Novecento (Argentinian restaurant), PM Fish & Steak House, Caviar Russe (fine dining restaurant), Obba Sushi, Miami Ink Off (tattoo removal service) and more.

This property is 0.5 miles from Brickell City Centre, 1 mile from Bayfront Park Station, HistoryMiami and Miami Art Museum, 1.1 miles from Miami-Dade County Courthouse and Historical Museum of South Florida, 1.2 miles from Riverside Park, 1.3 miles from Bayfront Park and Bayside Market Place, 1.4 miles from Miami Freedom Tower, 1.6 miles from FTX Arena and Port of Miami, 4 miles from Ocean Drive and Art Deco Historic District, 6 miles from University of Miami and 5.8 miles from Miami International Airport.

Approximate cost per night (one-bedroom bay view): $1,272

Cost per person (three people): $424

 

 

 

The Wild Rose

802 Northwest 14th Court Rear

Hotels in Miami

LoanDepot Park

With free WiFi, air conditioning, a garden, barbecue facilities, a flat-screen TV, a dining area, a fully-equipped kitchenette, a patio with garden views and a continental or buffet breakfast, The Wild Rose is in the vicinity of Nightlife Brewing Company (brewery), LoanDepot Park and more.

Marlins Park is 0.2 miles, Richard Gerstein Justice Building is 0.4 miles, University of Miami – Diabetes Research Institute is 0.7 miles, Calle Ocho, Riverside Park and Miami Dade College are 1.1 miles, Historical Museum of South Florida and MiamiCentral are 1.5 miles, HistoryMiami is 1.6 miles, FTX Arena and Bayside Market Place are 2 miles, Art Deco Historic District, Ocean Drive and University of Miami are 5.5 miles and Miami International Airport is 3.7 miles from this accommodation.

Approximate cost per night (one-bedroom chalet): $137

 

 

 

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A Suite Retreat

521 NE 70th St. Unit 1

Hotels in Miami

Miami Bayfront

Providing free WiFi, air conditioning, a garden, a terrace, a flat-screen TV, a dining area, a fully-equipped kitchen and a patio with garden views, A Suite Retreat is near Dogma Grill (hot dog restaurant), Lo de Lea Argentinean Grill (Argentinian restaurant), Oh My Gosh Brigadeiros (dessert shop), Blue Collar (American restaurant), Karina Grimaldi (women’s clothing store), Focal Brewing Company (brewery) and more.

This location is 0.3 miles from Miami Bayfront, 1.9 miles from American Police Hall of Fame & Museum, 3.3 miles from Normandy Shores Golf Course, 3.5 miles from Miami Dade College, 3.6 miles from Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Art, 3.7 miles from Miami Children’s Museum and Frost Science Museum, 3.8 miles from Frost Science, 3.9 miles from University of Miami – Diabetes Research Institute, 4 miles from Jungle Island, Miami Beach Golf Club and FTX Arena, 4.6 miles from Lincoln Road, 5.3 miles from Versace Mansion and 6.4 miles from Miami International Airport.

Approximate cost per night (one-bedroom apartment): $150

 

 

 

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Beachbound

540 NW 111th Street

Hotels in Miami

The Ancient Spanish Monastery

Beachbound has air conditioning, a patio, free WiFi, luggage storage, a flat-screen TV, a children’s playground and a sun terrace. Jaguar Sun (cocktail bar), Gogo Fresh (restaurant), MIA Jet Ski Rental, Colada Cuban Cafe & Grill (Cuban restaurant), Rakija Grill (Mediterranean restaurant), Antorcha de la Amistad (tourist attraction), La Industria Bakery & Cafe (bakery), Thriller Miami Speedboat Adventures (boat tour agency), Lola bar (bar), FPL Solar Amphitheater at Bayfront Park (performing arts theater) and more are in the area.

From here Washington Park is 3.6 miles, The Ancient Spanish Monestary is 3.9 miles, Normandy Shores Golf Course is 4.5 miles, American Police Hall of Fame & Museum is 4.6 miles, Hialeah Race Track is 4.9 miles, Greynolds Golf Course is 5.5 miles, Miami Dade College is 5.6 miles, Miami Jai Alai and Casino is 5.7 miles, Hard Rock Stadium is 5.9 miles, Bayfront Park and Port of Miami are 7 miles, Lincoln Road is 7.4 miles and Miami International Airport is 7.1 miles.

Approximate cost per night (studio): $101

 

 

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iCoconutGrove Apartments

889 McFarlane Rd

Hotels in Miami

Coral Castle

iCoconutGrove Apartments features free WiFi, air conditioning, a restaurant, a fitness center, private parking, a spa, wellness facilities, a sauna, a hot tub and bicycle rental service. Near here you may find Coconut Grove Sailing Club (boat club), Peacock Park, The Woman’s Club of Coconut Grove (wedding venue), Vinos in the Grove (wine bar), Peacock Garden (American restaurant), OM Movement (fitness center), Saffron at Grove (Indian restaurant), The Bazaar Project (fashion accessories store), Harry’s Pizzeria (pizza restaurant), Hair by Hisham (hair salon), Panther Coffee, Le Pain Quotidien (restaurant), Fireman Derek’s Bake Shop (dessert restaurant), Lulu (new American restaurant), Meraki In The Grove (Greek restaurant), Chug’s (restaurant), Barracuda Taphouse & Grill, Detlev (hair salon), New Age Body Piercing, Grove Ink Tattoos, Le Bouchon Du Grove (French restaurant) and more.

From this property Cocowalk Shopping Center is 0.4 miles, Coral Castle is 1 mile, Coral Gables International Art Center and Merrick House and Gardens are 1.8 miles, Miracle Mile Miami is 1.9 miles, Vizcaya Museum is 2.2 miles, University of Miami is 2.4 miles, Biltmore Golf Course is 2.7 miles, Granada Golf Course is 2.8 miles, Calle Ocho is 3 miles, Marlins Park is 3.7 miles, Bayside Market Place is 4.8 miles, Port of Miami is 5.3 miles, Art Deco Historic District is 7.7 miles, Dolphin Mall is 9.7 miles and Miami International Airport is 5.2 miles.

Approximate cost per night: $169

 

 

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Yuli’s Home

13108 Southwest 188th Street

Hotels in Miami

Miami Zoo

Offering an outdoor swimming pool, a shared lounge, air conditioning, a patio, free WiFi, seating areas, flat-screen TVs, hairdryers, coffee machines, a garden and a sun terrace, Yuli’s Home is close to Serenity Show Stables (equestrian club), Reyes Juice Fruits & Nursery (Cuban restaurant), RGS Nursery (plant nursery), Glaser Organic Farms (farm shop), Fresco y Más (grocery store), Samburu Giraffe Feeding Station (event venue), Amazon & Beyond (zoo), Larry and Penny Thompson Memorial Park, Zoo Miami, Miami Military Museum (history museum), Publix Super Market and more.

You’ll find Miami Zoo 1.5 miles, Southland Mall 2.5 miles, London Square 4.4 miles, Briar Bay Golf Course 5.4 miles, The Falls Shopping Mall 5.5 miles, Coral Castle 6.8 miles, Fruit Spice Park is 6.9 miles, Homestead Air Force Base is 7.3 miles, Miccosukee Golf and Country Club 8.1 miles, Homestead Miami Speedway 9.6 miles, Florida Keys Factory Shops 10.8 miles, University of Miami 11.9 miles, Biscayne National Park 15 miles and Miami International Airport 16.1 miles from this spot.

Approximate cost per night: $97

 

 

 

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Bel Air Luxury Mansion

6080 Southwest 104th Street

Hotels in Miami

Dadeland Mall

Bel Air Luxury Mansion has 8 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, an outdoor swimming pool, free WiFi, a 24-hour front desk, a shared kitchen, a shared lounge, a garden, a terrace, a flat-screen TV, a dining area, a fully-equipped kitchen, a patio with pool views and a hot tub. Coral Oaks Tennis and Wellness (tennis club), Elia Cafe at Pinecrest (restaurant), Wayside Fruit & Vegetable (produce market), Hirni’s Wayside Garden Florist (florist), Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden (botanical garden), Glasshouse Café (American restaurant), Whitman Tropical Fruit Pavilion, R Hardy Matheson County Preserve (nature preserve), Gulliver Swim School (swimming pool) and more are within range.

Dadeland Mall is 1.7 miles, GameWorks and The Shops at Sunset Place are 2.1 miles, University of Miami is 3.4 miles, The Falls shopping mall is 3.5 miles, Briar Bay Golf Course is 3.8 miles, Tropical Park is 4.4 miles, Cocowalk Shopping Center and Coral Castle are 4.5 miles, Biltmore Golf Course is 4.7 miles, Miracle Mile Miami is 5.6 miles, Miami International Mall is 9 miles, Dolphin Mall is 9.6 miles, Bayside Market Place and Bayfront Park are 9.7 miles, FTX Arena is 9.8 miles and Miami International Airport is 8.4 miles from this accommodation.

Approximate cost per night (villa): $1,375

Cost per person (sixteen people): $85

 

 

 

 

So there they are, hotels in Miami that will help make for a memorable experience. We hope you have found this information valuable and most of all, that you enjoy your time in Florida!

59 Replies to “Hotels in Miami”

  1. Thank you for the great post.I imagine how if I have a chance to be in such place.It will be a great feeling and good emotional feeling I never experienced.Overal I’m be very happy indeed!!

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  3. There are so many exciting things to see and do in Miami. What a great way to unwind after a long day of touristing. Some of these are so centrally located, you could go have some fun in any direction! I will definitely check in to this on my next trip to Miami!! Beaches here I come…

  4. Hello, I really appreciate your time and effort on writing about these penthouse rentals in Miami.

    All these beautiful condos look so perfect. All of them look ultra modern and some even futuristic. I especially love the Miami Icon Penthouse because I like all the white colors and having lots of sunlight shine through the floor to ceiling windows. I’m having a lot of fun looking through all these beautiful condos and their brilliant designs. Thanks for the article.

    1. Thank you Son! Glad you appreciate the article and found a specific interest. Happy travels to you 🙂

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  7. These are some nice recommendations for penthouses in miami in case I want to vacation back to Florida soon. I think that Brickell avenue looks the coolest while most of them look really nice I would probably prefer that one. Which one of these do you think has the most value and why do you prefer it overall?

    1. Hello Jon and thank you for the comments. Glad you like the Brickell Avenue penthouse. Miami Icon, Eurostars Langford and The W are all great choices.

  8. All of these places are amazing. If I had to choose only one to stay at, I think it would be The W. Even the area looks so nice and the views look amazing. It doesn’t look too far from good attractions either.

    Which one is your favorite out of all of these? Great list of penthouses though! 

    1. Hi Nate and thank you! The W is definitely one of the better choices when it comes to Miami so we would tend to agree. Happy travels!

  9. Hello,

    Lovely post about Miami and the penthouses available for rent. I have not been to Miami but have friends who have. I will let them know about your site. 

    Very pretty listings you are showing on your website. I especially love the one on 121 Southeast 1st street!

    When I or someone I know wants to rent one or learn more how do we go about contacting you?

    Jody

    1. Hi Jody and thank you for the reference! Thank you for pointing out your favorite as well. Contact can be found in the privacy page at this time. Best wishes to you 🙂

  10. The Penthouse is always the way to go.  I hate people over my head, and I love the rooftop terraces that many of the penthouses offer for that private outdoor space.  Miami is such a happening, lively, alive and beautiful place.  Thanks for sharing these penthouses.  They are gorgeous.  So many wonderful choices.

  11. Hello,

    This post is exactly what my friend needs and I’m going to send it to him because of next week he is travel Miami. In previous, I read your article those ware superb. My friend is really helped by your article. I know that Miami is a wonderful place. In my lifetime I want to travel there. When I travel there I must stay in that hotel which is you mention in your article. I like all of your suggestions and I hope my friend also likes all of them and the choice which one he stays at this time.

    Now I am a fan of your article because your articles are so informative. I want that type of website has enough information on the topic. And also today’s article is helping me and my friend.

    Thank you so much.

  12. The last time I went to Miami was a long time ago that was many years ago but what I did not know was that the Miami had these kinds of upscale place I believe because nowadays persons, for the most part, travels beyond this place but the good news is if I am ever in Miami I can look up, one of these places. Thanks for sharing.

  13. Miami is such a vibrant place with plenty going on and I have been there a few times but always booked into a hotel. I had no idea there was an option to rent a penthouse out, that would have been so much better for myself and the people I went with.

    I can really see myself staying in the Eurostars Langford on 121 Southeast 1st Street, it looks amazing and the parties you can have there would be unreal!

    I would like to take a look at your website again before I go to Miami again but is there a minimum timeframe you have to rent the penthouses out for or can you do it on a weekly basis?

    1. Very glad to hear that you found a favorite in Eurostars Langford Matthew. Assuming it’s available there should not be a minimum and stay as long as you wish!

  14. I have a cousin who lives in Fort Myers and every now and again, he’ll take a vacation to Miami, usually when one of his friends shows up from another area in the US. I wonder if he’s rented out any of these penthouses in the past, especially those that are close in proximity to South Beach. If he hasn’t done so yet, it’s only a matter of time before I see him posting something on IG about Brickwell Avenue or North Bayshore Drive. 

    1. Todd thank you for the comments. These are both fine locations and you wouldn’t go wrong in this area.

  15. Hello,

    It’s not easy to shop for a penthouse in a foreign city, so thanks for helping out here. 

    I’ve stayed once near the one on Biscayne Boulevard. Great location! A really nice selection of restaurants and lounges.

    I guess I was looking for a place to stay for one night near the port, because I’d be catching a cruise the next day. 

    Cheers, Phil  

    1. Hi Phil. Great to hear that you enjoy Biscayne Blvd. and that you are headed on a cruise. Happy travels!

  16. 485 Brickell Avenue is where I want to be!. This site is so informative and packed with some good information. I can tell you really did your research on this one. I have never experienced a penthouse apartment stay or any luxurious stay for that matter. I am really excited that it’s pretty affordable to as well. Definitely going to save this website to my favorites. Thanks for the information :).

  17. These penthouses looks amazing really! Me and my wife want to go to Miami, but as you know, finding something affordable is hard to find. And I’m afraid this is to expensive as well for us. I will consider it with my wife, I hope we can find a solution. 

  18. Hello; it is the third post that I read from your face; you can not fail to see that you have done extensive research to present them and to support those who do tourism. This time in Miami. It is great to recommend the best locations, what to offer and what to visit nearby so that the tourist does not waste too much time to find what they are looking for.

    best regards

    Carmen

    1. Thank you again Carmen! The posts are good references to have on a trip as they provide the very best not only in accommodation but also nearby attractions.

  19. This is great, I always wanted to go to the Miami even when I was a child, it is truly a great city and I recommend everyone to visit it even once, it is worth it. I was at 485 Brickell Avenue 2 years ago and it was marvelous. Honestly, it is not expensive compared to what you get with it. I plan to go there again next year with my family.

  20. Miami is definitely a city where a penthouse makes a lot of sense. Most are close to some kind of action, and they really allow you to have a good time when visiting the place. I have stayed there many times and paid a good price for a premium hotel.

    Looking at the prices, it is clear to me that I have been neglectful in not checking out the penthouse prices, as they are not that much higher than an upgraded room I stay in most of the time, and the location, luxury, and space is so much better in a penthouse.

    Your website is one of my favorite places to stop by at. As I plan my travel and stays, I can count on you to have the lastest in penthouses and also things to do that are within close range of the penthouses. A nice touch and one that keeps me coming back! Thanks…

  21. I’ve never been to Miami, but your post makes me want to go there. Penthouse accommodation seems really nice too. From the penthouse accommodation options you introduced on this post, my favorite is probably Sea View Penthouse. That´s because well, there is a sea view and I like the spacious and bright room in the picture.

    By the way, you have an interesting and unique niche website. Keep up the good work!

  22. Miami is a place to be! Even a week getaway is sure gonna be exciting, vibrant and crazy. You have given a wide array of penthouse recommendation that is good and budget friendly. I mean not everything should be necessarily cheap. Comfort is still the top factor to consider for a vacay. I would prefer YVE Hotel Miami for the reason that it’s close to Asian community stores and yes, tattoo shop! Who would’ve known what our family might need right? Anyways, the cost is actually affordable considering the convenience of a hotel. Eurostars Langford however seems to offer a genuine Miami vibe which is what a tourist would really come for. Thanks for sharing this!

    1. Hi MissusB you are spot-on! Paris is a nice choice especially because you can find luxury no matter what the budget is 🙂

  23. Hi! Due to my constant traveling I’m always visiting your site. Miami is one of my favorite destinations and I wanted to see which options you had listed on your site. I’m getting to the point were I don’t travel without previously checking your site concerning the location where I’m going.

    From these options listed here, I believe YVE Hotel Miami is my best option. Once again, thank you very much!

  24. OOOHH!!! That’s beautlful pentihouses, but the cost per night is pretty high.  I’m sure that most people can afford to stay there for only party or meeting.  The problem is hurricance season. Your details about penithouse or apt. is fanastic.  You did good job at descriptions which penithouse with cost per night and how many people per penihouses.  Enjoy!!!

  25. Thank you for your post. It is a timely article for me. My family of four registered for a Christmas cruise start and end at Miami. We need to stay at Miamin for few day before we start our cruise.

    Here comes your article. I like the Club Penthouse #4322, which has a fitness center and water sports facilities. These two things we plan to do. Besides we would like to spend some time on the beaches. Is it close to Miami beach?

    I see there are two price cost per night and cost per person. I would like to use the cost per person one, which is slightly cheap. Is this fine?I

    It is kind of you sharing this helpful information with us. 

  26. Miami is a great holiday venue,it has a hot climate,just great for the beach,swimming ,snorkeling ,and beautiful sea views,to help you to relax,unwind,and get away from the city.

    These amazing penthouses,have great luxury accommodation,for all that you could want,and the restaurants,hair salons,stores,and pharmacies,have all the amenities near at hand for your eating out,and enjoyment.

    The club penthouse has a fitness center and water sports facilities, each unit has a well equipped kitchen,an outdoor pool,and a terrace.the cost per person is $116.00 ( for a party of six persons) per night.

    The YVE Hotel Miami has a 24 hour fitness center,and meeting facilities, rooms have a safe,work desk,and flat screen TV.the cost is $263.00 per night.

    These are a couple of samples of the apartments available in downtown Miami,for your next holiday

    1. Robert glad to see that you pinpointed two and that the amenities are to your liking! Happy travels out there 🙂

  27. Can’t wait to share this article with my boyfriend! He is from Miami and used to live in a nice high-rise condo. We’d been talking about going for a visit and want to stay in a similar kind of place for memories’ sake. A high-rise penthouse on the water would be a dream! Thanks for sharing. 🙂

  28. Hi

    Great post. I have never been to a penthouse, and have only seen Miami on the television. These penthouses look amazing. I would like to take my wife to a penthouse at some stage and always thought that Miami is the perfect location. It is quite expensive as I would have to convert from South African rand to dollar, but I am convinced it will be worth the wait. Brickell City Centre will be number one on my list to go to. 

  29. I really like your website. While I didn’t get to look at everything on it what I did look at was very impressive. Your write-ups of the various hotels were extensive and very well done. Your inclusion of pictures was also impressive. I thought that the way you have listed the hotels by country/state was also very well done. This website will be a go to website for a lot of people looking for a place to stay while on vacation and another tool for vacation planners. All in all I give it a 9 out of 10 rating for locating a hotel. Your inclusion of the address also was a good idea but a phone number could have been added for booking. A very good website in my opinion.

  30. Holy crap! I was not expecting to find an article like this one that actually went into the in-depth detail of multiple hotels. I really thought I was going to have to look into each hotel individually on the website but from the looks of this website I have found everything I need in one single spot and I appreciate that

  31. I’m always glad to come to visit your website to learn more about amazing places to visit, thanks so much for taking the time to write a great article to read about Miami and where to find the best penthouse rentals in Miami. I always thought about Miami as a nice place to visit oneday, but I never took the time to learn more about this city, so I tahnk you for sharing great information about the eary times of this city. You always share accurate information about some amazing places to stay, all of them look great and when I take a look to the prices, well you do a great job, some are really a good deal!

  32. At the right time, I have these beautiful stories of your beautiful places and their beauty. Holidays are approaching, it would be great to visit Miami. This ocean color is so appealing. On the other hand, there are beautiful hotels surrounding it. Thank you for the interesting things you’ve shared with us about this magical city. I particularly like rooms with ocean views. I suppose it feels wonderful to be able to visit this beautiful city.

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