Hampton Inn & Suites Miami-South-Homestead
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
TravelPod Member ReviewsHampton Inn & Suites Miami-South-Homestead
Very nice, very clean, very comfortable. Great staff.
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Ce matin on doit quitter Deerfield et aller explorer d'autres comptés. Les matins de départs sont toujours plus exigeants. On doit faire le tour de tout et vérifier qu'on oublie rien. Après trois jours on est un peu plus éparpillés.
On déjeune à la chambre avec nos petits achats stockés dans le petit frigo. Je range le reste dans notre …
At the moment the hostel is being renovated and even when we came in lastnight the decorators were in painting away. However, they were painting our door at 3:30 and so had to leave it open, which was rather annoying. Then later at 5:30 the receptionist came in our room asking for a guy called Mark. It woke me up and I said it was all girls in here, then he opened our bathroom door and there was a guy in there pulling up his pants! This was well ...
... who purchased several land parcels of what would become the city of Miami Beach. It is accessible by land and barrier islands via the MacArthur Causeway. There are 35 home sites on the island.
Wednesday was the last day we would spend in the Keys, and it was a beautiful day to go to the beach. We decided our last beach day should be at Ft. Zachary Taylor State Park because it was recommended to us as the beach that locals like to go to. We definitely weren't disappointed by the white beach or beautiful blue water and we even spent a little time snorkeling too. I can't explain exactly what it is, ...
We explored the commercial parts, sure; we fulfilled our tourist duties. However, the most profound parts of the trip were when we dared to explore. We went to Little Havana, developing an understanding of what could have been had my mother moved to Florida, upon her escape from Cuba. We went to a seemingly abandoned, yet ...