Eurostars Vintro Hotel
What We Love
- Rooftop terrace with a plunge pool, a ping-pong table and hammocks
- Sexy, adults-only hotel with just 50 rooms
- The tapas restaurant, with its signature cold bar, uses locally produced ingredients
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What To Know
- A $20 resort fee per night will be collected at the Jetsetter checkout
- Children 17 and under are not permitted
- The hotel is located on the Collins Canal; the beach is three blocks away
- Valet parking is $35
- There is no fitness center
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Opened in July 2014, the Hotel Vintro South Beach is housed in an Art Deco building on Park Avenue and has a fresh, artistic, urban look, from the spray-painted rooftop mural to the bright and bold artworks in the 50 rooms and suites. High-end amenities include Bluetooth clock radios and Illy coffee machines, while the peekaboo bathrooms feature rainfall showerheads and all-natural products; they up the sexy factor by being visible from the rest of the room. The rooftop courtyard doubles as a playground, with loungers, hammocks, a plunge pool and a ping-pong table. For additional ways to kick back, chairs and umbrellas are available at the beach (a five-minute walk from the property), or you can relax in the hotel’s spa-style treatment rooms. The Kitchen South Beach blends Latin and Mediterranean flavors in dishes such as caramelized sea scallops with corn salsa, or spicy lamb meatballs with goat cheese and pickles; dine inside in an elegant setting under the lofty 30-foot ceiling or on the terrace overlooking Collins Canal.
In the Area
Neighboring the Vintro is the Bass Museum of Art and Miami City Ballet; for additional exploration, bicycle rentals and a Mercedes van shuttle service are included in the resort fee. If you’re interested in getting out on the water, charter an eight-passenger speedboat from the hotel directly, or rent equipment for water sports at local operators ranging from jet skis to paddleboards. Other attractions nearby include the Miami Beach Botanical Gardens, the New World Symphony and the shopper’s paradise, Lincoln Road Mall. Miami’s racy nightlife scene is constantly evolving, but visitors can check out SET (on Lincoln Road) or Story nightclub for bottle service and dancing.
How to Get There
We arrived after a long-haul flight to welcoming, efficient reception staff. There was a slight mix-up with payment and they were very discrete and professional while dealing with the issue quickly. Shout out to Kat and the Spanish receptionist in particular because they answered our frequent "tourist questions" and gave continuous outstanding service during our stay.
Breakfast was delicious, if not a little bit limited for my liking. It was charming to sit outside and watch the iguanas while drinking tea every morning!
The location is everything, a quiet street and two minutes walk to infamous South Beach or if you're looking for shops and restaurants, Collins Avenue.
I would recommend this hotel to anyone XO
I think some of the other guys can learn a bit about customer service from these guys- they were awesome 👍🏼
From check in to check out nothing was to much trouble. One of our party had a small issue with the room and it was changed straight away and they offered to help move as well.
They would constantly ask if everything was alright.
Great location, within easy walking distance of shops and a great choice of restaurants.
Pool is only a plunge pool. Breakfast is limited but sufficient. Rooms are a good size, beds are very comfortable and the shows are powerful.
Highly recommend and would definitely stay here again 👍🏼😎
Stayed there for 2 nights. The rooms are new, fresh and clean. The lobby design is very funky with a center pool table. They have a nice games deck on the 3rd floor. The location is very central.
Only issue is if you are on the 1st floor then the hotel bar music may be a little too loud.
My husband and I booked this hotel not knowing the area. We were extremely disappointed considering we paid close to 800$ for two nights. The shower was very dirty, with balls of hair in the corners, a previously used bar of soap in the shower, and the shower had no shower door, just a shower curtain that hung to the floor, so every time you showered it flooded the entire bathroom out in to the hallway, I addressed this with management and they said they were trying to fix the issue but I had to go to dinner with soaked dress slacks after doing my makeup in the mirror. Then to add to it, my father was hospitalized back in Pennsylvania and we were going to cut our trip a day short to go home to be with him, the hotel told us we would have to provide proof of a family emergency, the only way to do that was show my father's medical records which is against the law and violates hippa laws. The swimming pool was disgusting and dirty, it had French fries in it. Stay clear, there's far better hotels in miami
I came alone, so it was fine for me, but I was placed in a room with no windows, and the only "window" was to the hotel's restaurant area. I didn't mind too much because I was only in the room to sleep and the noise coming from the restaurant wasn't too bad. When I first came the cleaning could have been better, as I saw some hairs remaining from either the maids or the previous occupant, but again I didn't mind so much (it's just hair). It's a small space but it's all you really need. I really like the 3rd floor's outdoor lounging area; it is very cute and you can definitely get some good instagram pics there if you really wanted. The pool is barely a pool (it's the size of a hot tub) but again, you could just take pictures there. The women receptionists were the kindest to me; one checked me in easily and made sure everything was okay and I think another called me to ask if anything was wrong with the room. My only complaint would be the male receptionist, who I don't even know what his purpose is. He just kind of stands there and looks good, and I bet he knows he looks good too, but that's none of my business. He didn't help me at all when the lady receptionist was busy with another group. Overall though, pretty solid place for the price. I was able to go down to south beach and mainland miami easily as the hotel was located in approx the middle of the bridges.