This is a bed-and-breakfast but it’s only bed no breakfast as they are still inder construction and waiting for the proper licensing to serve breakfast. Check is easy As well as check out. The room was comfy with a big TV and nice shower, and the Wi-Fi works like a champ. Once construction is complete it’s going to be even nicer I would stay again.
Traveller from indiana
Situated in Florida City, this bed & breakfast is 1.5 mi (2.3 km) from Prime Outlets Florida City and 1.7 mi (2.7 km) from …More
On my way to Key West with Irma relief supplies. Stopped here on my next to last night before the KW. My room's a/c had a loud hum, so upon notification, they moved me to another room. Happy camper, I am! My room as well as the hotel in general was spotlessly clean, shiny and sparkling. The bed and pillows were sooo nice. My only quibble: Fox Sports 1 wasn't available on the cable so I had to watch the baseball playoffs on my phone. Easily got my money's worth for the night. Great front desk staff as well.
Traveller from West Michigan
Situated near the airport, this hotel is 2 mi (3.2 km) from Wings Over Miami Museum and 2.7 mi (4.3 km) from Zoo Miami …More
Downside: on arrival at 4pm on Saturday my rom wasn’t ready . Front desk person seemed overwhelmed. No coffee maker in room ( coffee was available in lobby - but I use the coffeemaker to brew tea usually)
Upsides: room was spotlessly clean and brand new. Comfortable bed . Quiet a/c and couldn’t hear nearby turnpike . Full size fridge with freezer and large microwave ( and 2 ring burner but no pots or pans provided ) $100 for a single queen in November in Miami for a nice clean room with kitchen facilities- unbeatable!
Traveller from Fort Myers , Florida
Situated in Miami, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Zoo Miami, The Gold Coast Railroad Museum, and Pine Lake Shopping …More
On the eastern edge of Everglades National Park, Ernest Coe Visitor Center is open all year and offers educational displays, orientation films, and a special exhibit collection by local artists. Various walking trails begin down the road from the visitor center, including Anhinga Trail and Gumbo Limbo Trail. Two habitat restoration areas are also nearby at the Hidden Lake and Daniel Beard Centers.