Hilton Miami Airport
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hilton Miami Airport
We arrived on 10-04 Spent four nights at your hotel. I was not allowed to use my AARP card at your hotel, they said, you have no reservations.
Then we had to pay for parking and we had never heard of such a thing.
You did not offer Continental Free Breakfast.
Your bathroom did not have a fan, so after you showered you had to wipe glass to see yourself.
I am very disapointed with your hotel, I did not expected it to be like that.
I will not be staying there or any other Hilton Hotel again.
PS. Stayed in room 307 with my grandson.
Excellent Airport Hotel
Stayed here 1 night prior to early morning flight. Check-in was a breeze. Having to pay for parking is a bummer. Asked for lagoon view room and was granted request. Room was very average Hilton except that the comforter was a bit worn on both sides. Other than that, it was a great room. Plane noise is very minimal...barely even noticed we were next to the airport. Airport shuttle was excellent.
Excellent choice for an overnight stay!
Excellent hotel. We stayed here for a one-night layover. The free shuttle was easy, quick and convenient. The hotel and room were very nice. The beds and pillows were extremely comfortable! We had dinner in one of the lobby restaurants and it was very good. We did not find the rooms to be noisy at all, either. Our only complaint is that there were no vending machines for a late-night snack, and we were forced to buy items from the honor bar. We were very pleased overall and would definately choose this hotel again for a short stay.
Ok digs, terrible service
Entering the nicely appointed lobby, I had high hopes for this hotel. But the understaffed reception desk, inept room service and poor wireless connection ("it works better on some floors than others", according to the front desk) quickly soured me on this hotel. The rooms are OK, standard for a dated Hilton. Don't pay extra (like I did) for the tower floor. The lounge and breakfast aren't worth it.
Nice Airport Hotel
This hotel was great when our flight was delayed until a 2am arrival into Miami. They even honored my company's corporate rate instead of taking advantage of my wearily travelled family. The hotel is very nice with a great pool area. I really didn't hear much plane noise from our rooms but heard the noises from the rooms beside me. That was annoying, I would have to be there when they switch the mattresses!
The hotel gave us a late check out due to our late arrival and because we were Hilton Silver VIP members. That was a nice benefit.
Again, the pool was great, clean. They have a nice pool changing area, workout area, and a pool bar. The hotel is located on a penninsula surrounded by water which gives it a nice appeal with the runways of the airport close by.
We ate at the restaurant for lunch. The had an oriental buffett which was great. Their restaurant service doesn't get high marks here, though...but the cook does a great job.
It does have a conference facility, which I walked around. It looked very well decorated and pleasant to do business in. The Business Center staff was great when I needed to ship items home and didn't overcharge me for nonsense stuff.
The conceierge and front desk staff was wonderful to deal with. My kids loved talking to the parrots outside while waiting for the airport shuttle.
Rooms were of good size and clean. Will definitely consider this hotel again as an option for my next layover in Miami.
Real value for money, this was my second pleasant stay within a few months. the rooms where spacious. althoug close to the airport the noise was not so bad. Would recommend there to stay as you can drive easily to south beach (20min) and go on the Dolphin express to the everglades. Rate we paid was $149,- incl breakfast (4 p)
Party or sit in your room?
It depends on what you are in Miami for? Are you hitting south beach, in town for a brief business trip, or just hanging out. Well it right next to the airport, but its about a $30 cab ride each way to south beach if you want to get ripped up and not drive. The hotel overall is nice with good service and like a typical hilton.
As good an airport hotel as you'll find
For an airport hotel, this is much more comfortable than most. There is an efficient shuttle service to the airport and loads of amenities.
Large, comfortable rooms and a decent restuarant.
Delightful setting if the planes dont't bother you
When we stayed there were extensive modifications being made in the lobby and public areas. I would like to see it again now. The hotel is surrounded on thee sides by water with makes a stroll around the grounds delightful in the quiet of the evening. Pool facilities are excellent and the facilities are of a generally high standard. The evening buffet must be as good a value as anyone could reasonably expect. A wide selection of soups, sea-foods, meats, salads, pastas, potatos in all forms and delightful sweets. All this at a price that seems incredibly low for a major hotel chain. I have been disappointed by Hilton Hotels in the past, but not this one. Don't stay at an 'Airport' hotel if planes get on your nerves. If they don't, there will be little else to find fault with in this hotel.
Great Views with Noisy Rooms
The hotel is right off the runway from the airport. My Views from the tower rooms are of the bay and pool which are really pretty. The windows open but the noise from the planes is very loud and the planes fly right by your window, awful for sleeping.
The rooms were clean and spacious.
The food at concerge level was good for breakfeast, and snacks with a nice sitting area. Wonderful outdoor pool area with views of bay and ample walking paths! Decent workout room, no free weights just machines. Great for travelers, would not recommend for vacationers.
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