What We Love
- A classic beachfront hotel in South Beach – includes breakfast, a welcome drink and more
- Starting the day with a complimentary breakfast and sipping on your welcome cocktail
- Stepping right out onto that brilliant beach, with complimentary chairs and towels from the hotel
- Mingling poolside by day and exploring Miami’s amazing nightlife by night
What To Know
- Free WiFi
- The property has been run by the same family since 1941
- Located in Miami's historic Art Deco District, steps from top restaurants, shops and bars
At home in one of the country’s most adrenaline-packed cities, The Richmond knows warm and inviting hospitality. Located directly
on South Beach, this authentic Art Deco hotel is the last in Miami Beach
that’s still run by the original owners – that’s one family since 1941. This oceanfront property prides itself
on being a clean and serene green hotel, and there are also a pool, palm
terrace, complimentary Wi-Fi in the common areas and a state-of-the-art fitness center.
in the beating heart of the Art Deco District, this Collins Avenue hotel puts you just minutes from a host of bars and restaurants. You’re
perfectly positioned for indulging in miles of beach, luxe boutique
shopping and buzzing nightlife, as well as for visiting the Miami Beach
Convention Center, the Jackie Gleason Fillmore Theater (worth a photo
outside), Ocean Drive and Lincoln Road’s amazing
restaurants – so after this hotel welcomes you, let Miami do the same.
Good to know
The Express Bus Service
runs every 30 minutes from the Airport via the Airport Flyer to The
Richmond and back for just $2.50.
Our advertised lowest rate is available on select days in December 2015 and April 2016, but every bookable date is still the lowest price for that room, on that night, that you’ll find anywhere online.
Your Superior room
is furnished in original Art Deco style, with the added creative flair
that comes from a family-run team. You’ll find a queen-sized bed, blond
oak furnishings, crisp all-white bedding and European down comforters.
Amenities- Art Deco tiled bathroom with new fixtures- Hair dryer- Robes- Electric shaving equipment – Makeup mirrors- LCD TV with 40 satellite and local channels – Work desk – High-speed Wi-Fi (fees apply) – Luxury bath products- Safe- Irons and full-sized ironing boards- Key card-controlled door locks
Verandah Café serves breakfast, lunch, and if you’re
feeling hungry while lounging around poolside, you can also order late-afternoon snacks. Wine, beer and cocktails are also served. There are
lots of great bars and restaurants close by, too, so you’ll have medley of American and international cuisines at your fingertips.
The Richmond is right on the beach, with an address on famous Collins Avenue, so you couldn’t be in a better location
to explore South Beach. Situated right
in the hub of Miami Beach’s buzzing Art Deco District, the hotel puts numerous bars, restaurants and nightlife options at your fingertips.
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Hotel definitely needs to be upgraded and needs to exterminate the rooms to get rid of bed bugs. The location is great as it's close to beach and you can even access the beach from behind the hotel but the rooms are bad.
Wow where to start. This place is a disaster. We sat for over 7 hours in the boiling 90 degree heat near suffocating while the A/C was out, despite working when we arrived, only to be told by the woman at front desk tough luck. The bedsheets were stained with BLOOD and we found some sort of scab/feces? not really sure but this hotel was highly unsanitary and poses a health risk to the public. They refused to refund our stay and another woman had a huge shouting match with us (running on zero sleep here) telling us we will pay for all fees despite this nightmare stay. We ended up leaving at 7AM completely drenched in sweat and essentially kicked out the door. The lack of human compassion here is unreal. I have alerted the Miami Dade Health Department and cannot express enough to STAY AWAY from this living hellhole. The Richmond ruined our vacation. We are a couple looking to get a rare chance away to enjoy each other and instead we were treated to this experience for well over $200 with all the fees they applied. I will be disputing these and I cannot fathom that the people “running” this place give a damn at all about their guests health or stay. AVOID AT ALL COSTS.
The location is key if you want everything close to south beach. South beach has become so ghetto and disgusting. The Hotel needs a big upgrade specially the bathrooms. If you want to wash your hair might be hard with so little water. The pool was nice and the staff too.