Arriving with a large crowd, we were offered early check-in without the fee as we were almost seniors. Concierge was most helpful in booking our shuttle back to the airport and advising on what bus to take to Miami beach. Great location with easy access to shops, restaurants and shoreline. Short walk to the American Airlines Arena where we attended a conference.
Traveller from Ontario, Canada
Located in the city's financial and business center, 2 blocks from Port of Miami, across from Bayside Marketplace, Bayfront …More
Room did not have a tub , had to pay $26 a day extra for a tub , an upgrade was not offered , coffee maker was broken , called to get it fixed , 2 hours later I had to call again , they came and exchanged the unit and the person was nice enough to give us 3 extra packs of coffee , next day when doing the room cleaning they took away the extra packs but did not bother to replace the sugar , small details but that is what makes this hotel stand out , great experience overall but not perfect as before.
Traveller from mIAMI
Centrally located on Biscayne Bay and Brickell, this urban chic design hotel is located near the port of Miami, the Design …More
So glad we decided to stay here as opposed to on South Beach. Very Comfortable and convenient. Connects to the Metro Train so you can ride around town for free. Still close enough to South Beach if you want to drive there. Pleasant staff and clean facilities.
Located on the Miami River, 5 blocks from Bayside Marketplace, this 24-story hotel adjoins Miami Convention Center and James …More
Good hospitality , nice views, beautiful terras. We had a very good time with my family in the hotel , my boys enjoyed the Jim and the swimming pool. My wife recommended to have a coffee machine inside the room
Traveller from virginia
Mandarin Oriental Miami is set on a private island and separated from Miami by the Brickell Key Bridge, less than 1 mile from …More
The Metromover links the AmericanAirlines Arena, Bayside Marketplace, the Brickell Avenue financial district, the Miami Art Museum, and many other central attractions. Passengers can transfer to the Metrorail to venture north and south. The Port of Miami is near downtown, as are three ethnic enclaves: Little Haiti, Little Havana, and Liberty City, the historic African-American neighborhood.