Stayed at this charming Inn that would have had a view of the Miami River if there wasn't a fish plant (?) blocking the view of the water. In its time I'm sure this was a great destination. Not in what I would consider a good section of town. Tall iron gates around the grounds. You had to call from your cell phone to the lobby to have someone come open the gates so you can drive in the compound and had to stop to lock and unlock the gates everytime you left the grounds. There are some buildings on the compound that appear to be rented to more permanent tenants. Lots of cats stroll the lush grounds. The rooms are very nice and completely furnished with antiques. The third floor is hot and we had to be moved to some rooms on the second floor. Lots of sanding, banging, and what sounded like construction going from the third floor late at night and early in the morning. Only to find that we were the only ones staying in the building all night long! I googled the Miami River Inn and found it was very haunted with documented complaints about the saem sounds we all heard. The morning desk clerk denied an knowledge of any hauntings or complaints from other visitors. Several members of our party had to change rooms during the course of our two-night stay and the staff was very gracious about it. Great place for ghost hunters or sound sleepers...
- Also Known As:
- Miami River Hotel Miami
- Miami River Hotel
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