We were originally staying at the Hilton Bently, but the Amex travel expert suggested we stay at the Tides because of the perks we get for being a platinum card holder. Well no matter what the perks were they were not worth it. We paid $800 a night for the two rooms. Not a cheap hotel. Not worth half the price.The food was terrible, no one at the door to greet or to help flag down a cab even. We stayed on the 7th floor thinking your high enough for the noise but the windows are the original ones from the 50's. Could not sleep at all. The rooms were dated. There is a gay bar beside the hotel which is fine but they are very loud and enthusiastic at there games and festivities. I wouldn't stay at the Tides ever agin not even for free.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Tides South Beach is an iconic hotel located on Ocean Drive, just steps from the crystal water of the Atlantic Ocean and Miami’s most exciting dining and nightlife locations. Originally built in 1936, the hotel’s architecture is rich with Art Deco influences, creating a nostalgic environment for The Tides’ unique brand of modern luxury. The Tides features forty-four stylish luxury suites all offering expansive ocean views. Spacious hotel accommodations range from Oceanfront Studio Suites of 550 square feet to the 2,600 square foot Tides Suite. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- King And Grove Tides
- King & Grove Tides Hotel Miami Beach
- Tides Hotel Miami Beach
- Tides Miami Beach