We have stayed here twice while visiting my mom. The hotel was under renovations the first time we stayed there. Those renovations appeared to be completed. The room is good, clean, with microwave and a big king bed. My only complaint would be the lighting; however, that seems to be an issue in most hotels we stay at--lighting is not adequate, especially in the vanity area. But, the hotel does the job and I will continue to stay there as long as my mom lives in the area. Staff is friendly with several going above and beyond with a particular request.
Traveller from California
Located next to Town & Country Mall, this hotel is also 0.5 miles from the Florida Turnpike and 5 miles from Don Shula …More
The hotel was nice. The only negative thing I can say is that it although some rooms are non-smoking.....you can still smell it. When you are down at the casino.......if you are allergic to smoke, then I do not recommend this hotel to you.
Traveller from Curaçao
This 9-story hotel is 8 miles from the Miccosukee Golf and Country Club, 12 miles from Everglades National Park, and 18 miles …More
Hotel is in a nice, quiet neighborhood within walking distance to Dadeland Mall and many stores and restaurants. The hotel is in top condition and has shuttle service to/from airport for $10 and free to the mall, friendly staff, small cafeteria and store, has wi-fi and pcs in the lobby. My room was very spacious and the furniture appeared new as well as the hotel's. A Publix supermarket is across the street as well as a Marriiott with restaurants. Also the hotel is close to medical clinics. Did not have the time to enjoy the pool or jacuzzi.
Traveller from Guatemala
Located in the heart of Miami, this hotel is 0.3 mi (0.5 km) from Dadeland Mall and 1.9 mi (3.1 km) from Baptist Hospital of …More
The University of Miami borders South Miami, an established suburb with clusters of 1920s Mediterranean-style homes. The area is also of significant archeological note. The Deering Estate at Cutler has evidence of human activity from 10,000 years ago, and it has a 17th-century Native American burial mound. Nearby, more than 400 primates roam free in the Monkey Jungle, a popular area attraction.