The Ten Most Popular Hotels in Florida
Tempo fashions itself as a “Rock Resort” of sorts, and it lives up to that name. All of the luxury furnishings are designed with a more modern, vibrant look than other hotels in Florida. Here, there is an emphasis on sleek designs, and the awesome Rock Resort Spa, located directly on the premises. The Tempo is a five star hotel, yet has a number of options that can suit most budgets.
This is a hotel that definitely has the luxury traveler in mind. The hotel is comprised entirely of suites, with different types of suites available for different budgets. The rooms are all furnished with European furnishings, and there is a lot of Italian marble throughout the building. The big reason for the popularity of the Hilton Bently is its proximity to everything you could ever want to see on Miami Beach.
Acqualina Resort and Spa on the Beach
The hotel bills itself as something of a Mediterranean villa in spirit, and it lives up to that name swimmingly. The Acqualina owns four and a half acres of beachfront property, including 400 feet of beautiful beach. This means that those staying at the hotel will be nearly guaranteed a peaceful day at the beach in an area of the United States where beaches are normally crammed to the gills with people.
JW Marriot Marquis Miami
This place has it all for the business or personal traveler. Whether you are interested in the amazing location, the reasonable prices, or the NBA-approved basketball court, there is something for everyone at the JW Marriot Marquis.
Mandarin Oriental Miami
The Mandarin Oriental has a decidedly Asian flair to it, with a number of great amenities for both business and casual travelers. For personal travelers, the amazing spa and private beach are enough to make you want to come here and never leave. For business travelers, the proximity to fine dining, and all the major expo centers in Miami is a great reason to stay here. For either personal or business travelers, the world-class gym on location is a real benefit.
St. Regis Bal Harbour
The St. Regis Bal Harbour is one of the newest hotels in Florida, but it is quickly gaining a reputation as one of the most popular. The elegance of this hotel is simply unparalleled, with a whole host of amazing little perks to draw in even the most skeptical clients. The restaurants here are a big part of the draw of the St. Regis.
The InterContinental is part of a chain of very popular luxury hotels that you can find around the country. This specific hotel has much of what customers expect from an InterContinental Hotel, with a few extras that are specific to the beautiful Miami location. One of the most important of the amenities is the fact that the hotel is within walking distance to everything you could ever want to visit in Miami.
Universal Orlando Hotel
The Universal Orlando is one of the most widely visited hotels in all of Florida. This is true for a number of different reasons, but the most important is its proximity to Universal Studios, Orlando– one of the most popular destinations in the state. This hotel is mostly popular with families, but it has a great set of amenities for business travelers as well.
Fisher Island Hotel
Fisher Island Hotel is almost entirely geared toward the luxury vacation traveler. Located on a semi-remote island with regular car access, this hotel is a little too out of the way for business travelers. The hotel is rated at 5 stars, has a big-game fishing charter service, and it offers a number of recreational activities on the private, residential Fisher Island.
Ritz Carlton South Beach
According to the Conde Nast Traveler’s reader’s choice awards, this is one of the most popular hotels in the country, not just Florida. With its stunning beach views, world-class dining on-site, and amazing access to shopping, it’s easy to see why so many travelers flock to the Ritz Carlton South Beach every year.
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