The pop century and All Star are the same, the decor is just a bit different, and the truth is it is not worth paying much money if you hardly spend time in the room, if that's the case, this is definitely a good choice because it is big, clean and cute, plus they enjoy the benefits of staying at Disney.
The Biltmore Hotel is one of the most iconic, historic buildings in the Miami area, as well as one of the most beautiful. It was built in the 20's in a colonial style that was in vogue in the United States in those years (its main tower was inspired by the Giralda in Seville). You can easily imagine the atmosphere of the 1920's as you walk the hallways, and it's easy to understand why this hotel was so popular among Hollywood stars in its heyday. Today, the hotel is in perfect shape, but of course it has lost some of its glamour over the decades. It features a stunning pool that was once the largest in the world, where Johnny Weissmuller, better known as Tarzan, worked as a swimming instructor before making the leap to Hollywood.
Great deal. The people here are very nice and they make you feel at home despite being so far away. The area is quiet with restaurants nearby. The rooms are spacious and if you want a room with a terrace, tell them you´re a smoker and they´ll place you in a room in the first five floors. There´s also a very nice pool.
For several years I have vacationed a couple of weeks in Miami, and hired a boat to enjoy drinks a bite to eat on the water. The captain was very friendly and laughs a lot, and decided to drop us off at the Pier Mondrian in Miami. It is a luxury hotel with a spectacular swimming pool which serves the best mojitos in Miami. The view of Miami is great
The Ritz Carlton hotel in Miami Beach is a fantastic hotel. It's located in the best area of Miami Beach. Its less than five minutes from Lincoln Road, one of the best streets in Miami Beach with great shopping and some of the top restaurants. It is on the beachfront. I have been on 2 occasions and love it! The service is impeccable, they have super large rooms and great decor.
This hotel is situated in the heart of Key West, more precisely on Duval Street, which is the main street. Despite its location in the center of a noisy island famous for its party atmosphere, it is a quiet place where you can spend a nice relaxing holiday (unless, of course, you go at the same time that the [poi = 120008] Fantasy Fest [/ poi] or other important event of the island are taking place, then no one sleeps). They say it is the oldest hotel operating on the island. It was constructed in 1898, although it has been remodeled in 2000 and does not feel it is an old building. If you want to stay somewhere nice and close to everything, this hotel is one of your best choices in Key West.
In Kissimmee, in the urban development of Emerald Island, there stand several houses that can be rented for days and weeks. We have hosted 14 people from 18 August to 27 August 2010. The experience has been amazing. It shocked everyone from the start. We were hesitant to book online but reality transcended our expectations. The house was shown in pictures and the stay was very comfortable. It was lovely to return after the busy days at the parks. Everything worked perfectly, very comfortable beds, lots of appliances and all in excellent condition and hygienic. The location of the house also excellent a few miles from the parks. We were all delighted and it was with some sadness that we left the house, the children, especially did not want to leave. In addition the resort was a wonderful luxury. Anyway, we are back tomorrow and remember the house with fond memories. The house worked out for 10 days € 1,616, ie 162 euros days between 14 people, we came to a little over 11 euros per person per day, hahaha! Recommended for: Age 55 +, Sightseeing, Families with Teenagers, Families with young children. The urban development is also beautiful and has a reception with several services. The largest that boasts the best price is a Publix which is 3 km. The complex next to the park Splendid China which is closed.
This is definitely a good choice to stay in Miami Beach. The boutique Hotel La Flora is right on Collins Avenue, just off Ocean Drive, Lincoln Road or Spanish Qay. It is a perfect place to get to all the major tourism sites of Miami Beach and get there quickly by walking. The rooms are fantastic. It does not have a pool or beach services, but still worth it.
Situated in the main terminal, the Hyatt Regency Orlando International Airport offers easy access to attractions and the heart of the city. The hotel is 20 minutes from Universal Studios and 25 minutes from Walt Disney World resort. If you're late arriving to Orlando may perhaps this the best option because it is inside the airport, which I had not seen so far. Within the same airport you can find the spacious atrium lobby. It has outdoor elevators and 7 floors.
In the heart of Key West, you'll find this hotel built in an old Victorian house with small adjoining bungalows and suites. The setting is very nice, full of palm trees and tropical plants, everything very lively and fresh. The rooms have the usual amenities like TV, ceiling fan, bathroom, king-size bed, etc. Breakfast is very complete with lots of tropical fruit, and it's served in the courtyard so you can enjoy the gorgeous morning and the tranquility of the pool area. This is a highly-recommended hotel, and the price is similar to most of the other hotels on this peaceful island.
The SLS Hotel South Beach is one of four that the luxury hotel chain has opened in the United States. The style is 100% South Beach: Decorated with such attention to detail, with works by renowned artists and combined with baroque minimalism. Inside you will find several international restaurants. In addition, there are several important things in it, such as the restaurant "The Bazaar" or "Bar Centro" - the outdoor terrace - with creations from the Spanish chef Jose Andres, who is becoming well known from his nightly TV appearances.
Another element that stands out is the immense white lamp in the room made entirely of shells and seashells. Its as though when you approach it, you feel and smell the sea. You can tell the decor is has Spanish influence: bunches of geraniums hanging on the wall, replicas of works by Miró and Picasso, including a unique work of Mikel Urmeneta, the creator of Kukuxumusu - a bull mask hooded struggle with the purest Mexican style - that leaves no one indifferent.
What I most appreciate about this hotel its garden- with two pools, old ceramic floor and mirrors everywhere you go, which illuminate the environment and their reflections during sunset overlooking the garden, there is a magic in the air. Without a doubt, it is one of my favorites in South Beach. If you can not stay in it, I recommend at least get close and order a drink in the bar, dinner at the Japanese restaurant or find an invitation to one of the many festivals held in the second pool, which overlooks the beach. Oh, and the service is fantastic!
With a free shuttle every half hour to and from the airport...this is the perfect option for those who will get some time in the city or will take a cruise ship. The room is large and has combined rooms for families.
The shower does not lack anything. Air conditioning is available and essential in the Miami heat.
The bar and lobby are well decorated. There is also a very large pool in the outside area .
Five blocks from the hotel is a market to supply the mini bar and do a little shopping in the tempting city.
River Inn Miami is a beautiful and historic hotel with cute, intimate bedrooms and a charming interior full of pastels and antiques. There's on site parking, an amazing pool, and a garden area for lounging about in the late afternoon. And the best part is the price!
A trip to Disney World is, basically, so that you can spend all day in the parks, therefore the Pop century is an excellent choice because it is within Disney and you can enjoy the benefits of free transportation, shopping delivery from the places in the complex, among other things ... plus the room is a good size for up to 4 people, very clean and spacious, the beds are comfortable, plus the hotel is decorated very cool, the food court is very good!
We stayed at the Hilton Miami Airport during a layover on a flight to the Bahamas. The outside the structure seems a bit antiquated but in reality the rooms are really nice and the hotel itself is very welcoming. We had a spacious standard room with two queen beds and a view of the lagoon from the fifth floor. The hotel has a restaurant and breakfast room, a hotel bar for cocktails and snacks, a beautiful outdoor pool, and a pier for boats. There's also a beautiful gazebo with views of the lagoon only a few minutes' walk away. There is a shuttle bus which takes around 15 minutes to get to the international airport.
One of the countless hotels around Disney World in Orlando, but far better than most of the competition. Located adjacent to Downtown Disney, with all its restaurants, shops and attractions, and not too far from the famous theme parks, it's comfortable, large and clean, with everything that a customer might need. There are different types of rooms, from classics to suites, with all the typical amenities ... a pillow menu, coffee and tea, wireless internet ($9/day), a safe, an iron ... some even have jacuzzis. All perfectly clean, with large, comfortable beds.
There are several restaurants and bars. The breakfast buffet is large and varied, but very American, with waffles, bacon, sausage, eggs, hamburgers, cereal, ketchup on the table ... for about $15 or so. Everything is basically fast food, but it's not too bad. At the pool there's another bar for a snack, with a limited menu. And there's a sports bar where you can get sandwiches, as well as room service.
Of course, like all hotels in the area, in the main hall you'll find a Disney store where you can buy some souvenirs, and there's a free shuttle bus to downtown Disney World. There's also a concierge desk where you can buy tickets to different shows like Cirque du Soleil or the NBA, NHL, etc, all without leaving the hotel. A little more than 5 minutes' drive from the hotel, you'll find the Premium Outlets with hundreds of stores and restaurants. The rest is a little further away, but not too much, and the city center and airport are both not much more than 15 minutes by taxi. In short, a good hotel, comfortable and clean with prices ranging from $ 85 per room. The service is very efficient and pleasant.
This fantastic luxury resort in Orlando stands on a 202-acre plot of lush tropical land, offering an oasis of luxury just minutes from the fun and excitement of Orlando's top theme parks of Orlando. The JW Marriott Orlando resort combines exceptional service with a wealth of elegant detail, from luxurious linens to stunning landscaping.
The Sea Beach Plaza's reception is open from 9 AM - 12 PM. It features an outdoor pool, complimentary wireless Internet, barbecues, and parking. It also offers a picnic area and coffee in the lobby. It has 34 rooms with cable TV, desk, refrigerator and bathrooms with shower/tub combinations.