We were there two hours early and had CONFIRMED an early check-in in advance.
When we arrived the receptionist wanted us to leave until the cleaning lady has finished all rooms, at 3 pm. We then asked if we could leave our luggage somewhere in...続きを読む
We are a family of four, consisting of a 15 and 11 year old. We booked a newly refurbished suite. Room was spacious, clean and nicely decorated. 3 bedrooms, bathroom and half bath and fully functioning kitchen. This hotel is inbetween a restaurant and a...続きを読む
I stayed at the Casa Grand Suites in South Beach for 2 nights Feb 17 - 19, 2017. I was returning to Miami after an 8 year absence so I was extremely excited to see how South Beach had changed over the years. It was...続きを読む
I'm visiting July 20th to July 24th... is there a Ocean view room available , maybe with balcony and is there a military discount?
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They do have ocean view, but no balcony that I remember. We had a building wall view since our trip was last minute, so I would call and not make last minute reservations.
Hope this helps.
Do they have a problem with guest over ?
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No they don't. It's party friendly!
Hi, where is the valet parking in relation to the hotel?
Will we be able to park outside the hotel for a moment to unload luggage if the parking is any distance away?
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Yes. You can park to outside to check in. You can also used metered parking. It ends up costing about he same, metered parking vs valet. Valet is not on site. It takes approximately 5-10 minutes for them to fetch your car... 続きを読む
Yes. You can park to outside to check in. You can also used metered parking. It ends up costing about he same, metered parking vs valet. Valet is not on site. It takes approximately 5-10 minutes for them to fetch your car. Everything you need, want access to is pretty much available within walking distance. South Beach blocks are much shorter than NYC blocks!
Enjoy your stay. We sure did!
"A room where you don't have to use the unreliable elevator"