Holiday Inn Miami Airport North
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hotel needs to be updated a lot, but for the price to stay before getting on a cruise is worth it, the hotel restaurant was ok kind of pricey for what you get, it had a Cuban dance club attached and was very loud
I recently stayed at the Holiday Inn, for two days, when I checked out and left Miami, I realized my IPhone was left behind in the room. I immediately called the front desk and spoke to the manager who attack me verbally as my fault. I asked if he would just go to the room and check under and in back of the bed, maybe the IPhone was caught in the sheets. He told me I'm going to check and I'll call you back in few minutes. Never did! I then proceeded to call Holiday Inn corporate Guest relation. I was told by guest relation representative, they were opening a case which they have a time to respond. After a few days with no communication, I called Holiday Inn Guest relation again, the representative said she called but the manager Eduardo said the iPhone wasn't there. The negligence to address the problem immediately was careless. I came to this Hotel because I'm a Disabled Veteran and the Veterans Affairs has a contract with this Hotel. The IHC Guest Relation Representative called me back and told me the Manager Eduardo would call me back, no luck. This is how they value a Disabled Veteran and a regular customer. So be beware with your valuables.
.8 miles was the advertised distance from the airport - it was 3.5 miles. i don't know about you - but for $ 150 i expect a lot more. tiny breakfast room with basics, the whole place had a weird odor. my room was near the laundry room - i could feel the washing machine vibrations - and also, next to the elevators - lots of noise. will not be staying there again.
Firstly, if you arrive in Miami Airport are picking up a car to drive here & it is nightfall & you are indisposed or tired do not book this hotel. It is situated next to an 11 lane highway and other roads. Even in daylight with 2 sat navs & 2 people navigating it was near impossible to get into this nightmare location without either having a multiple car accident or making a mistake.As for the hotel itself prepare for no sleep if you do not have earplugs. The noise isn’t from aircraft, it is from the noisy aircon which,even when off makes an incessant noise & the inevitable racket from the fridge. Turn the air con on & it is deafening. Now add on the 11 lane highway & you have a symphony, nay, cacophony of noise. (See photo of our DIY noise reduction system)The room was clean & comfortable & had a view of the massive road. Breakfast was awful. The best I could get was some “Egg scrapings” as there was scant replenishment of the items, a slice of toast & some unripe fruit slices. To sum up breakfast, there would be raised eyebrows if this was served to convicts in the State Pen.The bar boasted a pleasant view but was decorated in the style of the 1970’s. At night the bar was so dark one needed to use ones phone to locate the counter.It would seem this is an old hotel that has been “bodged up” to reap the rewards of tired travellers. Just when things couldn’t get worse, I decided to put a knotted handkerchief on my head, grab a towel and head down to the pool to “Get some rays”. I arrived to find by 2pm all the pool areas to be in the shade. Who builds a pool in the shade? I posted a cople of pics seen in the lift depicting a breakfast- They do not apply to his hotel! LOLThere MUST be better places than this near Miami Airport.
people were excellant. room very clean and modern. bar was fun, restaurant was fine food with ok prices. giving 4 stars not 5 because in fine print at bar and restaurant 18% tip is automatically added. i ended up giving about a 35% tip. (read the fine print). who does taht?
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Holiday Inn Miami Airport NorthMiami,United States
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1111 S Royal Poinciana Blvd, Miami Springs, FL 33166-7318
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