This hotel/casino is on the outskirts of Miami. We did not gamble but we were visiting Everglades and this was the closest hotel to Tamiami Trail entrance of Everglades, so, we stayed there for one day.
Building is a somewhat ugly highrise which does not really fit into the environment. Rooms were quite nice, good-looking and well furnished. We had a small problem with the bed which cracked when I first sat on it (and I am not overweight). The bed did not break down and was usable but, from that moment, one corner was lower than the other corners.
The front desk staff was very friendly. The service was, however, quite random. When we asked for a crib for a 1-year old baby, it took housekeeping more than hour to bring them. When we ordered the food from room service, it also took more than an hour. (The food was good and
very reasonably priced for room service, though.) In both cases, the wait was long enough for us to start wondering whether we were forgotten. Also, we booked a nonsmoking room but, due to some mixup, the hotel ended thinking that we requested a smoking room.
We also had trouble with finding parking. The hotel has several free parking lots but it was all taken by casino guests and, after circling through the parking lots, we ended paying $5 for valet parking.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Contemporary Hotel incorporating Art Deco & Miccosukee Indian styling. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Miccosukee Hotel Miami Beach
- Miccosukee Resort Miami Beach