Loews Miami Beach Hotel

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Oceanfront Hotel situated in South Beach, 3 blocks from Lincoln Road & Miami Beach Convention Center.
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  • 840pieterv : Miami Beach
Will be great...(once it's done)

We arrived in the hotel whilst it was in the middle of massive redevelopment which resulted in a chaotic start of our stay.. Large parts were also off-limits still and pooltime was noisy with construction ongoing. Hurricane Matthew had caused delays. Nonetheless, it was a pleasant stay and the hotel staff went the extra mile to help us out. From what we could see the hotel will be amazing once its done...:)

  • davinloh : San Francisco, California
Such a dissapoitment

This hotel was still under renovation when we checked in. It was kind of bit inconvenient for us during the renovation. Nobody wants to be on a vacation at a hotel during the renovation. You have to deal with the noise, the dust and incomplete sections of the hotel. There was no lobby because the lobby area was completely closed for renovation. This hotel definitely knows how to charge their guests, you pay the extra nightly resort fee and get only free beach chairs but you have to pay additional fee for the umbrella. But the umbrella is free at the pool area; it must be very nice of them. They charge you the beach Cabana based on how busy they get, very pricey. If you don't want to pay for their high price. Just a few minutes walk away to the 12th street beach, you will pay around 80% less for the Cabana. The front desk staff and the operators were helpful and super friendly but pool staff and beach staff were rude. My Starbucks coffee was trashed by the pool staff and he said he didn't know it was my drink but the drink was actually next to my chair. First, I thought I couldn't even bring the Starbucks coffee to the pool. Also, don't bring your own food to the pool or the beach. They would yell at you and give you the attitude. The pool and beach staff should be trained to treat guests nicely. They should realize they work in the hospitality, not in a government job that you can be mean to customers. We stayed here for a week and only one day we could spend on the pool because the pool area was completely full and the other section was closed for renovation. We come to Miami Beach once a year. With not so good experience we had here in a week, we definitely will not come back to this hotel. This hotel is pricey and do don't treat guest right; go somewhere else I think you will be treated a lot better.

  • nicksmall91 : London, United Kingdom
The Customer is Always Wrong

Of all the fabulous hotels in Miami Beach my girlfriend and I regrettably decided to stay here during Thanksgiving. We were told at the time of booking that all construction taking place at the hotel would be finished 3 days before we arrived. We were obviously both quite shocked to see the hotel was still a building site on arrival. We were directed to the second floor temporary check-in where we had to wait around 40mins to be allocated our room even though it was 6pm. I had a word with the member of staff managing the queue expressing my disappoint in the construction and he said it was never going to be finished by Thanksgiving and they were hoping it would be complete by the end of January. I asked if i would be receiving any compensation for the inconvenience to which he laughed. At check-in we were informed that most things were closed, or only open temporarily but we would still have to pay a resort fee of around $30 a day. This resort fee would not include sunbeds by the pool, or anything on the beach other than 4x beach chairs. I suggested we would rather have 2 chairs and an umbrella between us as opposed to 2 chairs each - another laugh from the staff. When we finally got to our room after having not been offered help with the bags we were most disappointed to see our "Premium Ocean View Room" was in fact a view of the Georgian Condominium Association building next door. Convinced there must have been some sort of mistake I phoned front desk to ask for clarification as to why our Premium Ocean View Room offered only a partial ocean view. He said that we would need to upgrade to a Grand Ocean View Room should we want ocean views but none of these were available. I was most disappointed that not once at time of booking had this been mentioned to us, nor was it included in any of the room sypnosis that the Premium Ocean View Room would not include a Premium Ocean View. We decided to stay with the room we had... The room itself was fine, no tub but a comfy bed and a good space. The premium internet included our resort fee was terrible - I could barely send a WhatsApp on that thing (perhaps it was under construction?!). The last thing that annoyed us both about the 5* experience is how everything came at an extra cost. Everything on the beach was extra, water in the room was extra, room service was extra, the day beds in SOAK were extortionate. We decided to take our business just down the beach to the W hotel which offered us much better value and spent all of our dinners away from the hotel as a result of the poor experience we had inside. I found our stay completely underwhelming and will not be staying with Loews again anytime soon.

  • Buzzard05 : Warrenton, Virginia
Expectations Exceeded!

My family and I stayed here for one night after returning from a cruise. Based on the reviews, I expected this to be a nice hotel, but was surprised when it even exceeded my expectations. The front of the hotel is spacious and well manicured with a nice circular driveway. Inside, the lobby area is very large and clean. They were doing some construction when we were there, so I am sure when that is complete it will be even nicer.We arrived around 11:00 AM, and I was just hoping they would be able to store our luggage for us so we could head out to the beach. Deja checked us in and was very friendly. I was shocked, and very appreciative, when she said they had our room ready for us. That made our day so much easier. I even got a text from Deja letting me know to just text her back if we needed anything. We didn't, but I felt that was a nice touch.The room was huge and very clean. I liked how the toilet area was separated from the shower/sink area in the bathroom. With four of us traveling together (two teenage boys), that is a HUGE convenience. The only thing to be aware of is that the shower is all glass and is visible as soon as you open the double, non-locking, bathroom doors. If you aren't careful, you may give your kids a memory they wish they didn't have (I took a towel and looped it through the double door handles to provide a "pseudo-lock" that would at least buy me enough time to scream, "WAIT" before scarring/scaring them.The WIFI was very fast and easy to connect to.Our reservation included the resort fee that gave us access to four beach chairs and towels. We headed out to the beach and were immediately greeted by an attendant who got us set up on the beach. Our fee also included acccess to stand up paddle boards, boogie boards, and kayaks, however it was pretty windy and rough the day we were there so those were not available. The beach is awesome. Soft white sand and turquoise blue water made us feel like we were sitting in a postcard. They offer food/beverage service on the beach that is reasonably priced and fast. We ordered a couple of drinks that were delivered quickly and hit the spot.The pool area is extremely nice. It is also undergoing some construction, so I am sure it will be even nicer in 2017.The only drawback I could find is that our room had two double beds, which with two teenage boys was a little tight. Having two queens would have been nicer...but I went for the lowest price for just one night.Overall, this hotel far exceeded my expectations. I would absolutely stay here again if we are in Miami Beach. My only regret is that we only had one night to stay here.

  • jon m : Adelaide, Australia
Class hotel on beach

Unfortunately the notes us being upgraded extensively and was supposed to be finished in November 2016 but will continue well into 2017. The pool area is now very nice and has access to beach. On beach you get a free lunge but have to pay $15 for an umbrella and more if you need more couches. You actually can't even get a coffee ATM. Come back when renovations are finished.

Vacations packages include round-trip flights, accommodations, round-trip transfers (unless outlined below) to and from the hotel, and tourist cards (if required, unless outlined below).

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Items not included:

  • Travel insurance (mandatory if traveling to Cuba)
  • Tourist cards ($10USD)if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing Airlines
  • Departure taxes ($20USD) if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing or Signarture Vacations
  • Hotel transfers for packages with WestJet to USA (with exception to Honolulu)
  • Hotel transfers for packages to Europe
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  • 790 rooms
  • Pool with cabanas
  • Jacuzzi
  • Fitness Center
  • exhale Spa
  • 3 restaurants
  • Lounge 
  • Snack bar
  • Shops
  • Meeting and conference facilities
  • Business center
  • Free WiFi
  • Kids program
  • Parking
Luxury Room, Partial Ocean View:
  • 1 king bed +1 twin pullout bed OR 2 double beds
  • Upgraded amenities
  • Bathrobes
  • Non smoking
  • Hairdryer
  • Television
  • Internet access
  • Alarm clock radio
  • Mini bar
  • Coffee maker
  • Max occupancy: 4
Superior Room, City view:
  • 1 king bed + 1 twin pullout bed OR 2 double beds
  •  Upgraded amenities
  • Bathrobes
  • Non smoking
  • Hairdryer
  • Television
  • Internet access
  • Alarm clock radio
  • Mini bar
  • Coffee maker 
  • Max occupancy: 4

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  • Loews Miami Beach Hotel
    Miami,United States

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Loews Miami Beach Hotel
1601 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139-3112

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