Four Seasons Hotel Miami

Address: 1435 Brickell Ave, Miami, Florida, 33131, United States | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located in the Downtown area of Miami, is near Downtown Miami, Gusman Center for the Performing Arts, Miami Art Museum, and Doral Resort - Red Golf Course.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsFour Seasons Hotel Miami

      Reviewed by jkburton

      four seasons

      Reviewed Oct 1, 2013
      by (2 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

      awesome hotel - great service and fantastic pool and rooms

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

      Reviewed by carolfelsberg

      Simplesmente fantastico

      Reviewed Sep 1, 2013
      by (2 reviews) Miami , United States Flag of United States

      Festas agitadas na piscina para todas as idades.
      Dias importantes fazem festas comemorando a data, com brincadeiras na piscina. Bastante divertido.

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      Reviewed by onereddog


      Reviewed Apr 20, 2013
      by (1 review) , Canada Flag of Canada

      Wonderful room, amenities and view. Great staff and friendly service.

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      Historical Traveler Reviews Four Seasons Hotel Miami

      An Excellent Long Weekend at the Four Seasons, Miami


      I just returned from a 3 night stay at the Four Seasons, Miami. It was spectactular. I went with a group of friends for a winter get-away. We had looked into staying at the Delano or Shore Club in South Beach, but the most reasonable rooms at those places were booked. We are all women in our mid-thirties who were just looking to relax by a pool at a nice hotel for the weekend, so we really weren't committed to South Beach anyway.

      Our weekend was perfect from start to finish (helped along, no doubt, by perfect weather). We had booked two city view rooms, but got rooms that overlooked Biscayne Bay. Consistent with other Four Seasons at which I have stayed, the rooms were impeccable with extremely comfortable beds and huge marble bathrooms.

      The pool bar, Bahia, was very busy on Friday night; somewhat less so on Saturday. The pool(s) are amazing and the service was great: extremely attentive and accomodating. Every staff member calls you by name which is a really nice touch and helps makes the not-cheap prices very bearable. On Saturday, it was packed and those who arrived after 12:30-1:00 had difficulty getting lounge chairs (though the staff brought in extra chairs and madesure that everyone had one). There was a wedding at the hotel that evening, however, so I think there were a lot of guests. By Sunday afternoon, the premises were virtually deserted. I got the sense that it is very much a business travel hotel during the week with more non-business travelers on the weekends.

      South Beach is about 20 minutes away by cab. As other reviewers have noted, there is not much around the Four Seasons as it is in the heart of Miami's financial district. Thus, if your desire is to be in the midst of a lot of action, then South Beach may be a better option. If you want a relaxing weekend at a beautiful hotel with amazing service, FS Miami fits the bill perfectly.

      Weekend with Children in Downtown Miami


      Spent three days at FS Miami (2-26-05 to 3-1-05). Booked a cityview one-bedroom suite (got a Bayview). Traveling with my wife and daughters, 2 1/2 and 14 mos. They had cribs ready with lots of toys and personalized items. The kids loved the room which was large with lots of windows -- windows with seats in them. Rooms fully child-proofed. We looked out at the boats for a long time with our oldest.

      The Kids For All Seasons was nice after going to the pool -- lots of fun toys for all age ranges up to 13 or so. There were three pools, but in February, it was too chilly for any pool except the heated one. Even then it was brisk when you got out.

      There are lots of cabanas. We used the same one everyday -- it didn't cost anything which is rare at a Four Seasons.

      They have a great children's menu, with cheap stuff - PB&J for $2.00. Nothing more than $3.00 bucks and it was all good. Also, my youngest is lactose intolerant and they always sent her lactose free milk.

      Beyond, the hotel, there's not much nearby. On Oscar's night, I walked three blocks to a grocery store and got a $50 bottle of Champagne, that would cost a gazillon off the room service. Highly recommended for downtown Miami getaway.

      Problems? We didn't encounter any except one erroneous room service order.

      Four Seasons - you'll pay for the name...


      We stayed at the Four Seasons Miami in late January - I had a business meeting on-site. It's a very nice hotel, but it seems to me that they everything is more expensive just because it has the name "Four Seasons". It's just plain expensive.

      Rooms were very nice, very clean. Not huge, but sizeable. Bed was quite comfortable, and sheets were luxurious. Bathroom was quite nice as well - my wife loved the soaking tub. Had a decent view of the bay as well. The pool area was great, although the weather didn't really cooperate with us. The lobby was a little disappointing, as it was a little strange to get to (on the 7th floor), and there really wasn't a "lounge" like you would expect in a fine hotel. There were a few sofas/chairs, but in the main hallway, so not at all quiet. Meeting rooms were well laid out, and meeting food was decent. We had a late lunch at two of the restaurants, and neither was overwhelming. There's a pool restaurant that has light sandwiches and the like. And Acqua is the "fancy" restaurant which has a limited menu prior to 4 pm. It must not be the dinner chef before 4 pm, because none of the four of us was that impressed with the lunch. As others have mentioned, room service was expensive.

      There's not very much within walking distance. There's a "Bagel Barn" just across the street that's not a bad option if you want to grab a reasonably priced soda/water/snack. A couple of blocks away are a few decent restaurants (Morton's Steakhouse, an Italian place, and Gordon Biersch brewhouse among others - go out the front of the building and turn right). We ate at Gordon Biersch - food was very good and pretty reasonable, but quite noisy (big happy hour crowd) and our waiter was awful.

      Couple of other notes:

      - They started charging for internet access in the rooms in December. It's $10 per day, plus you'll find out later they whack you another $1.49 for a "communication tax". That gets you access from whenever you first sign on until 12 pm the following day.

      - Our room rate (which I assume was discounted for a meeting rate) was $329 a night. But they also get you for a 6% city tax and a 7% state tax, so it was about $372 a night by the time you work in taxes.

      - We opted not to go to South Beach, but I think they said a taxi would run you at least $20-$25 to get you there, or possibly more depending on traffic. Don't quote me on that though.

      - The turndown service came about 5-6 pm, which seemed a very odd time, since most people are getting ready for the evening around then. We had to wait in the hallway one day while they finished up. A colleague of mine said he was just getting out of the shower when housekeeping knocked and started to enter the room. So maybe take advantage of the "do not disturb" sign.

      All in all, a very nice hotel, but if my company wasn't picking up the tab, I would have felt like I really overpaid. It's tough for me to swallow, but I guess a lot of people staying there don't blink an eye at $350 a night for a hotel.

      Out of The Way!!!


      We stay at the Four Seasons freqently in all states, my husband after our last 10 day cruise wanted to try the Four Seasons in Miami. It is a beautiful Hotel as all 4-seasons are, but very much quiet and out of the way. If you want solice and no one to see you with a 9:00 pm bed time this is the place. We arrived on a Sunday and it was oh! so quiet, we had lunch then got a cabanna (no charge) and slept the day away. This is on the seventh floor and beautiful, the pool, the cabanna's, the staff, the outside cafe and the food .

      When it was time for dinner the only choice unless you want to cab it is Acqua at the Hotel, so we choose to have a quiet night and ate at the Hotel. The bar was closed so we couldn't have a after dinner drink.

      The next day again got up had breakfast and no place to go unless you cab it. We decided to spend the rest of the day in South Beach. (cab cost is about $20 each way without tip), so we shopped Lincoln and did Ocean Ave. at night where the party was happening as always. Cab Total: $50.00 .

      The staff was all great 5 stars-outside lunch 5 stars-beds 5 stars-things to do 2 stars-places in hotel to party-1 star. The extra tax charges will add another $50-60 to your room rate, and they charged us a $16.00 fee in the business center to print our boarding passes(come-on)!!!

      We also get a credit for Lunch by booking through American Express and they forgot to give it to us. Also the last morning of our stay we woke up sick and then saw there was a humidfier in our room, think someone before us had a bug. In all fareness everyone at the Hotel said that Friday & Saturday it is the place to be so we will give it that and try again on a week end.

      Four Seasons Magic


      My wife and I recently spent 7 nights during the Christmas Break and what can I say other than this hotel delivers your usual Four Seasons Magic; high end furnishings and interior design, clean and modern facilities, and impeccable food and beverage presentations. We stayed in a Premier Bay Suite overlooking Biscayne Bay; the room was lovely and was prepared with excellent amenities. Travelers to this hotel should note that we did experience dissatisfaction with the following services and departments at this hotel; first, the concierge services; anything that we had requested of them to assist us with during our stay they unfortunately failed to deliver successfully, making several mistakes. (i.e., hiring transportation to and from the airport, renting a car for a day, where to buy oranges and ship back to Canada-simple requests which they were not able to process correctly. Second; housekeeping; they forget to clean our suite two days during our stay; not such a problem however when you are traveling with kids, as we were, you would like the room cleaned on a consistent basis; once I called to housekeeping they quickly cleaned the room however it was too late and we had to wait in the lobby until it was done; not what you would expect from a Four Seasons hotel. And lastly room service; the room service menu was limited and some of the costs were un-reasonable such as room service charged us $15 US to bring up 2 cups of tea...a bit expensive even for a Four Seasons.

      Would I stay here again....well, I think I will give the Ritz Carlton chain a try as they are well represented with several properties in the Miami area. I have stayed at other Four Seasons hotels such as Cairo, Sharm El Shek, Nevis and Chicago and I have to say that this hotel, although newer than the other Four Seasons hotels I have stayed at, would not compare in terms of service and products delivered for the price paid for accommodations. This hotel will need to re-evaluate a few things before venturing into the competitive market of first class travel.

      Life of luxury at Four Seasons


      Absolutely fabulous. Surroundings, decor, food, service - the staff were so friendly and helpful. In the expensive range but worth every cent - attention to details is their number one priority.

      Luxury in the Financial District


      A rather strange setting for a hotel - the middle floors of one of the tallest buildings in Miami, in the Financial District. However, sitting by the pool (on the 6th floor roof) it was less than obvious. We stayed in August when occupancy was low and received an upgrade to a Premier Bay View room, which had a great view over Biscayne Bay. The room was everything you would expect from Four Seasons (very comfortable beds) and the staff were extremely friendly and helpful. The Aqua restaurant - although lacking atmosphere - produced some very nice food. Breakfast was particularly good and reasonable value considering this was the most expensive hotel in Miami. The Pool area is very attractively laid out and a great place for chilling. Friday nights at the Pool bar attract a large local crowd and was absolutely buzzing. Concierge gave good advice for restaurants and other entertainment. Will definitely stay again.



      Great place for business travel. Nice rooms, high speed internet is free, nice and quiet hotel. The pool looks gorgeous, I could not try it, since I was on business. Look forward to go back with the family.

      A four seasons hotel


      A great experience. Is a brand new hotel, great place to stay. Cons: kids pool is not heated, not extensive menu in the pool area. Pros: great rooms, good location, nice public areas. The Botero sculptures are great. Worth trying it.

      Still working out the kinks


      My husband and I stayed at the Four Seasons Miami for three nights through March 28th. The pluses: food is excellent - both at Aqua (the formal restaurant) and Bahia (the outdoor tapas bar). Wine list at Aqua was very extensive and fairly priced - good crowd (many locals) with excellent service. The outdoor pool area is great - plenty of chairs and private cabanas, two pools, not overly-crowded. Great service from attendants. We had a room that faced east over the Biscayne Bay, Rickenbacker Causeway, Fisher Island in the distance - great view. The decor in the room was crisp and soothing, and the room was very quiet.

      The minuses: the hotel only opened in October 2003 and is still not firing on all cylinders. Our bags took more than an hour to reach our room (although we received a nice apology and a bottle of wine for our trouble), the concierges are not completely familiar with the local restaurants and are a little fuzzy on directions, and one day our room was not made up until 3:30 after we put in a call. Also, for those people familiar with the Sports Club LAs in New York, Boston and Washington, the one in this hotel will seem very small. Overall we had a great stay, and I am sure the service will improve with time.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Four Seasons Hotel Miami

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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