Finding an ideal luxury hotel in Miami does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Palmeiras Beach Club at Grove Isle, a nice option for travelers like you.
Palmeiras Beach Club at Grove Isle offers guests an array of room amenities including a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The hotel offers a 24 hour front desk, room service, and baggage storage, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features a pool and breakfast. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to paid private parking available on-site.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Miami, Palmeiras Beach Club at Grove Isle is located a short distance from Coconut Grove (1.6 mi) and Barnacle State Historic Site (1.8 mi).
If you like Italian restaurants, Palmeiras Beach Club at Grove Isle is conveniently located near Mila Italy, Crust, and Red Carpet Italian Restaurant.
Should time allow, Kennedy Park, Margaret Pace Park, and Ermita de la Caridad are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
Palmeiras Beach Club at Grove Isle puts the best of Miami at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
This was a unique and beautiful getaway which we retreated to many times, but then the new owners removed pet accommodations which ruined it for us. It was such a solid pet place with walks around and rooms perfect for furry friends. It was a bad move IMO. Pet owners are way more cool to deal with in my experience, now that I have an Airbnb and when traveling in better hotels, I prefer to be around more easy going guests with pets, like myself and pet owning friends I know feel the same. Maybe they’ll catch on but the Dogless rarely do. Can’t teach an old dog new tricks? :) Conditions apply and pet owners expect that, but they just don’t even try here. Tried to go back once but nothing was the same. And now, since losing my husband, I don’t want to travel without my pup who is indeed, best friend. Never really liked to travel without before either. Anyway, loved being greeted by the old staff, the valet and restaurant. Now, it just kinda stinks. Such a shame.…
Great service and very good food. The view of the water is spectacular. There is outdoor and indoor seating. Unfortunately will disappear with planned construction. I would recommend to go before this landmark is gone.
I had lunch in this restaurant twice. The location is great. Their restaurant needs retouch and are tired looking. We had pizzas. Food was good but the service was very slow. This beautiful place will certainly get better.
Seating outside by the marina is a must. The staff are so friendly! Our meals were delish. The water views so captivating with a relaxing vibe. A definate must just beside Coconut Grove area. Major renos in near future to both hotel and restaurant.
Most people would never discover this place, as it has no signage on Bayshore Drive and it is on the North side of this tiny island. Room was extremely capacious, a bit dated on the amenities (haven't seen a bedside Bose CD player without any phone support in years), and could use a little TLC to fix peeling paint. A/C marched to its own drummer, seemed to stop working in the middle of the night. Reasonable parking fee. All this said, I would give it another try because it has a lot to offer.
I've never written a review for a hotel before checking out, but ... here goes. What inspired me to write this was the fact that next door right now, there's another guest yelling his damn head off at someone, so I called the front desk -- but then I was reminded that NO ONE EVER PICKS UP THE PHONE AT THE FRONT DESK. That's been the case since I checked in two days ago. Furthermore, forget about ordering room service, because -- spoiler alert -- no one picks up the phone there either. Ever. Then let's discuss the fact that every single person I've encountered here in the bar or restaurant has been a well-meaning but mindless, careless dolt. I'm sorry, but it's true. Seriously, folks. You can hire better than this. Is it nice? Yes. Room is beautiful and well-kept. But forget about service, kid, 'cause guess what -- you're not getting any.…
For such a great location, this hotel falls completely flat. Check in was a pain because key machine wasn't working. Front desk girl was doing her homework and offered Zero about the hotel. I had to find out on my own that the pool was on the complete other side, hot tub was cold (Ok it's January but still, can't heat it?), and the Spa was closed. And the $15 Mandatory Valet? Well if you check out in the morning like most people, you have to go find your car in the garage outside . Great way to start your morning before work, hauling your luggage across the grounds to find your car someplace. Your "hotel bill" is actually just a credit card receipt. The positives? Location of course - dead on the water with killer views from the restaurant. Despite the lack of service, the food was still good. So many better options in Miami, why waste the money.…
Ok I will try to make a simple list of my experiences. Getting into the property you need to go through a guard shack which is a slight hassle. You immediately get charged a tax and a valet fee (more on that) The hotel is isolated but only 1 restaurant and their closed on mondays. Toilet ran most of the night. Room temp isnt actually adjustable. Ok so the valet charge of $15 per day and they dont actually get your car. Each morning about 0630 i had to go find a staff member then they had to find my keys. Then I had to go find my car lol. They have a facade of a nice restaurant but that's all it is.
You may see other reviews about the decor being dated, unrepaired damage to the sea wall from hurricanes, or the showers being small but those do not tell the whole story. We loved this hidden gem and class act Florida hotel which because it isn’t brand new and modernized has a warmth of personality and class you don’t see every day. For instance, you don’t just tear down the Breakers because it’s “old!” If you are looking to stay at a brand new hotel in the middle of the energy and action of downtown Miami, this isn't for you. If you are looking for a deeply relaxing get away where you won't even realize you're in the city yet have quick access to all the amenities of the city, then the Palmeira Beach Club becomes your paradise. My wife and I plan to stay here every time we are visiting Miami. Before we even checked in we knew we had come to our home away from home. Check in was smooth and pleasant in a beautifully appointed reception area with glass doors giving you your first glimpse of paradise. The walkway to our rooms was set with coquina pavers in beautiful rustic dark wood frames. The room in which we stayed was spacious with warm and welcoming Spanish tile and a lovely set of glass French doors leading out to our own private balcony on Biscayne Bay. Taking a short walk around the property we encountered a diversity of garden niches with seating for small parties to relax and enjoy the gorgeous view--one of which included a fire pit. The indoor bar was spacious with an intimate feel and floor to ceiling glass looking out across the bay to Key Biscayne. Through the doors leads to a spacious pool deck with plenty of options for both shade and sun, privacy and socializing. Breakfast options were limited to a complimentary pastry and coffee bar. We did not get a chance to try the restaurant but based on a number of very positive reviews we are looking forward to doing so on our next visit. Cannot say enough positive about this private South Florida gem! Don’t delay your visit as they are planning to tear this beauty down to build condos. …
My family and I were in town for a memorial service. One member lives nearby so we have access to the hotel/pool and restaurant. WHAT HAPPENED??? I understand the restaurant is closed on Monday, but the other six days that we were there no one was at the pool to clean it, to service the bar/outdoor restaurant nor provide any towels etc. The walkway is still is shambles from the hurricane last year, the place looks desolate and just a shameful use of what USED TO BE a fantastic place to really relax. I must say we ate dinner there on Sunday, no reservations but the 16 of us did have delicious food. Otherwise what we used to love has considerably faded away.