I did a lot of research for a hotel in Miami and found that a lot of the hotels were very expensive. I spent 2 nights in Miami and decided on Viscay. Hotel is in a central location, within walking distance of South beach and a few blocks from the main shopping streets of Lincoln Road.
Rooms were large and spacious, very clean. Hotel is quite basic which is fine for a few nights in Miami. The hotel offered a basic complimentary breakfast toast, pastries, coffee and orange juice. A nice added benefit.
The negatives of this hotel is that there is no lifts so if you are travelling with heavy luggage be prepared to carry these up 2 flights of stairs. Our room was facing the back of the hotel, therefore not on the Main Street. I found it really noisy at night. People talking, loud music from cars and rubbish collectors early in the morning.
I did read previous reviews about the noise but decided to go ahead with this hotel. I found the noise at night to be the biggest problem with this hotel but it was fine for 2 nights.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Designed in 1941 by renowned Architect Albert Anis, The Viscay Hotel is part of the nations youngest Historic District and Tropical Urban Resort known as South Beach. Ideally located, only steps from the Beach and Ocean Drive. The Viscay is in the heart of the entertainment, restaurant, and shopping District, within easy walking distance to the Convention Center, Lincoln Road Mall and Flamingo Park Tennis Center. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Viscay Hotel Miami Beach