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We have stayed at the Marriott Biscayne Bay and the Hilton Downtown Miami. Great location. They are next to each other. We go with whichever has the best rates. Usually $149 - $219/night for a standard king room, even around the holidays.

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Intercontinental is a good choice. Very close to the port and if you get a hater view you'll be able to see your ship.

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Intercontinental is a good choice. Very close to the port and if you get a hater view you'll be able to see your ship.

 

Agree ÷1

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We started using an air B and B for two nights..fabulous and inexpensive..

Jancruz1

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Hi Jan. Interesting Regatta voyage. Will speak to Marcy when I get home.

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Where do you stay in Miami

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Intercontinental in Miami or (for the cute Art Deco type property) the Blue Moon in South Beach (Marriott Autograph collection)

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Hi!

Love the Intercontinental! Have stayed there at least 10 times. Great restaurant-Il Gabbiano around the corner from the hotel!

Rhea

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JW Marriott is very nice.

 

Didn't think of this at the time but we book the Hotel Beaux Arts Miami which is on to of the JW Marriott which is really nice. It's part of the Marriott family.

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Intercontinental is a good choice. Very close to the port and if you get a hater view you'll be able to see your ship.

 

Intercon is great.

 

 

I like your "hater" view room. Made me laugh. Oceania should have a Hater Suite.

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Where do you stay in Miami

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We prefer South Beach. We've stayed at the Hotel San Juan(much nicer since the remodel)or the "National".

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We stay at home and drive :):)

Even though a Marriott fan -- the Intercon is the best

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Intercon is great.

 

 

I like your "hater" view room. Made me laugh. Oceania should have a Hater Suite.

 

Another autocorrect mishap.

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Agree with all recommendations for the Intercontinental.

 

However, call in advance and request a view of the Port area, mentioning the cruise ships, if that's what you want.

That's the big attraction there for us and most others. Convenience to the port is another.

But watching the ships arrive and sail off... fun!

 

There is also a channel along the shore that often has some smaller boats to watch, including occasional yachts.

 

Staying there is definitely a good way to get in the "mood" for a cruise (for anyone who arrives in Miami in any other mood, that is....)

 

GC

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Intercontinental is a good choice. Very close to the port and if you get a hater view you'll be able to see your ship.

 

 

👍🏻Another vote for the Intercontinental.

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Where do you stay in Miami

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Greetings from South Beach, loulou. We live in Miami Beach, a barrier island off the coast of Miami. We are 20 minutes from the Port of Miami. Where you stay depends on what you want to do here. If you stay in the Intercontinental Miami in a front room, you will see your ship at its mooring. If you are up early enough, you will see it arrive. Miami Beach is only a cab ride away, and there are many hotels here. For a slice of modernized history, there is the Fontainebleau Miami Beach. There are many others in every price range, as well. Have fun.

Mary

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Earlier this month we stayed at the Hampton Inn in Brickell. It’s in a great area, we walked down to the water, over to the island near the port. Lots of great cafes, bars, & restaurants. We happened to be there on Cinco de Mayo and had great tacos at Coyo Around the corner. Bought some wine and scotch at nearby Publix to take onboard. Short cab ride to the Port.

 

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it depends on your budget & if you want a 5* experience or if a 3 * with breakfast included works for you

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