Churchill Suites Crown Miami Beach

Address: 4041 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, Florida, 33140, United States | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the Oceanfront area of Miami Beach, is near Holocaust Memorial, Island Queen Cruises - Bayside Blaster, Bass Museum of Art, and Miami Beach Golf Club.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Churchill Suites Crown Miami Beach

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from Miami Beach

Welcome to Mi-ami

A travel blog entry by haylowey on May 14, 2014

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... for her workout. Perched at the rear right of the room, she adjusted her bike and got underway. Another human entered (a bloke from Boston). Apparently there was a spin class scheduled for 10.15am -- 20 minutes from when she jumped on the bike. Knowing her cycle session needed to be a minimum of 45 minutes, she knew she was in one way or another joining the class. Her fellow indoor cyclists were women...from Miami. They were definitely those ...

Day 153 - South beach and Miami Heat game.

A travel blog entry by jayandbob on Nov 23, 2013

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... We followed the signs that led us to a monorail which we caught over to the bus/train and car rental area of the Miami airport. We purchased two tickets for the bus at $2.65 each and waited about 15 minutes for the next 150 bus. There was racks on the bus for luggage which was great and the bus took us right into South Beach and we got off just a short walk away from the Santa Barbara hotel where we were staying. So after a taxi, a train, a bus, a walk, a ...

Proper big red bus tourists

A travel blog entry by clgs on Jun 09, 2013

52 photos

... was a pretty place and clearly home to some well off locals. Next we passed through an area which was the original home of Bahamian immigrants, the first black settlers in Miami. Immediately next to Coconut Grove it presented a wildly different view of Miami with small, timber cottages and little in the way of gardens or street scraping. The original confederate segregation created these black neighbourhoods and the social and religious ...

Plan D

A travel blog entry by drtee on May 16, 2013

4 comments

... though I was a little worried about missing my flight. There was a woman waiting for the shuttle, and we struck up a conversation about traffic, parking, etc. She was one of those very elegant middle-aged, African American ladies who dresses up like she’s going to church even when she’s not. She was more nervous about missing her flight, and let’s just say she was assertive with the shuttle driver about going to her terminal first. I ...

A first world farewell

A travel blog entry by davelynch on May 08, 2013

1 comment, 17 photos

... Due to our low funds we decided to play quite conservatively. We decided that Son would use her good looks and be the actual player, and I would use my card counting abilities and just tell her what to do.

Five minutes in an we had doubled our money, we were on fire. I was dancing around like a mad man and Son was like steel, cool as ever. We considered cashing out but as Darona once said in an audit room, 'You gotta risk it to get the biscuit'. A saying seldom enjoyed ...