Important Hotel Information
- The Eden Roc Renaissance Miami Beach will be implementing a 25 Resort Fee per room per night. This fee covers the following: Bottled Water (2 per day), Local and Domestic Long Distance Calls, High Speed Internet, Beach Chairs (2 Per Day), Fitness Classes (2 Per Day) and Welcome Drink (2 per stay).The value of the package is approximately 105 per day.
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Hotel facilities were good but not impressed with service and cleanliness.02/04/2011
The facilities were very nice an the rooms themselves were nice. the concierge the first night was not very helpful or friendly for finding a place for dinner with our ...
The facilities were very nice an the rooms themselves were nice. The concierge the first night was not very helpful or friendly for finding a place for dinner with our 14 month old son. The bathroom did not appear to be cleaned well.
Best value in Miami!02/04/2011
We have stayed at the eden rock many times and the new beach tower is amazing!!! the roms are plush with a private balcony overlooking the pools and up the ...
We have stayed at the Eden Rock many times and the new Beach Tower is AMAZING!!! the roms are plush with a private balcony overlooking the pools and up the beach. Fa enough from the main drag to enjoy the beach and hit the scene when you are ready!
Great place to stay.02/04/2011
The hotel is just as beautiful on the inside than on the outside.the rooms were very clean, very comfy beds, and gorgoes views. the 4 pools were all very ...
The hotel is just as beautiful on the inside than on the outside.the rooms were very clean, very comfy beds, and gorgoes views. the 4 pools were all very nice and clean. the concierge desk was very helpful and friendly as well as the rest of the hotel staff. overall i would recomend this place to anyone thats staying a couple nights in beautiful miami beach
High Design, Stunning Rooms07/28/2010
Two weeks ago, i spent four evenings at the eden roc on miami beach. upon arrival, we were given the opportunity to upgrade to an ocean view room for a ...
Two weeks ago, I spent four evenings at the Eden Roc on Miami Beach. Upon arrival, we were given the opportunity to upgrade to an Ocean View Room for a very reasonable rate, and I can honestly say this was one of the best purchases I have ever made. The room was completely stunning -- huge and open, with contemporary, minimalist interior design. The wall facing the ocean was floor to ceiling glass, with a large balcony furnished with chairs and a chaise. The bathroom had a large, jetted tub with a separate rainfall shower. The king size bed was actually placed in the middle of the floor (we could walk the entire way around it) with overhead reading lights that were controlled by switches on the headboard. There are four pools, one of which is adults only, and a bar/cafe that overlooks the beach. Beach access is only steps away, and the water was crystal clear and warm. The in-house restaurant was a little pricey and very good, but not great. However, for $* you can easily take a cab to Lincoln Road where there is a huge selection of restaurants in every price range. Strangely, there is no in-room mini bar or refrigerator, so if you are going to get your own alcohol get something that does not require refrigeration or cold mixers (scotch, red wine, etc.). There is a Starbucks in the lobby, which is very convenient and permits you to pick up some snacks at a reasonable rate. Taxi fare from the Eden Roc to the airport is $* plus tip, and it cost about $* to get to the "action" in South Beach. Parking was fairly high ($25 a day).
Wouldn't stay again01/08/2010
We went 19 straight hours without hot water in our room. cold weather in miami and the room heat would not go above 62 degrees. front desk personnel would smile ...
We went 19 straight hours without hot water in our room. cold weather in Miami and the room heat would not go above 62 degrees. Front desk personnel would smile and nod as we reported the problems but offered no solutions. Hard for cars to exit hotel due to traffic. Gia (restaurant in hotel) offered good desserts at $$ prices. Mia (front desk) was the only helpful front desk employee we had contact with. Neon blue lights blind you when you exit the elevator to guest room floors. Bed linens didn't keep us warm during the cold spell.