Four Seasons Hotel Miami
What We Love
- In trendy Brickell with great restaurants and shopping
- Atlantic views
- A two-acre terrace on the seventh floor has three swimming pools
What To Know
- The Port of Miami cruise ship terminal just 10 minutes away
- Property was last renovated in 2012
- Not near the beach
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- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Miami’s hip Brickell nabe is filled with skyscrapers and the shimmering Four Seasons tower is among the most impressive with its stunning views over Biscayne Bay. A waterwall and striking sculptures greet guests in the cavernous lobby – more than $3 million worth of Latin American art is sprinkled throughout the hotel. All 221 guestrooms offer a modern take on Four Seasons elegance with large Deco-inspired headboards, marble bathrooms with designer Ortigia products and techy perks like HD TVs and DVD players. Also impressive: The two-acre terrace on the seventh floor with three swimming pools, the 50,000-square-foot gym and the buzzy Edge steakhouse.
In the Area
The boutiques, bars and restaurants of the growing Brickell are truly world class. Grab speakeasy-style cocktails at Blackbird Ordinary or party at Brit pub–inspired haute hotspot the Hoxton. Catch a concert or the Miami Heat playing in their own kingdom, American Airlines Arena, just a few minutes north. Or get your dose of culture at the nearby Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts. The Prelude by Barton G. offers a $29 prix-fixe dinner menu for seatings prior to 7:30 p.m.
How to Get There
At first, they brought us to the wrong room (city view king), but after calling the front desk they corrected the error and moved us to a (bay view king). In that process, my husband lost his sunglasses which was a huge bummer in the Miami sun. The room was spacious, clean, and the bed was comfortable! The pool deck was gorgeous and well maintained. However, my husband and I spent an entire day on Sunday at the pool and NEVER received any poolside service. Not once. My husband went to the bar throughout the day for food and beverage for us. The bartender there did a wonderful job, but this was not the service we expected from a Four Seasons property. Overall, we enjoyed the trip, but we will probably try another location in the future.
When checking in, i was asked if i can be upgraded to a junior suite from the deluxe room i had, but to give up the Bay view, which i did.
The room was clean always, and i must say the hotel service was good.
I would recommend the restaurants surrounding the hotel, like Nusret, la Petite Maison, and maybe a 5 min drive away Zuma.
The city seemed quiet for some reason and not much of traffic, might be cuz of halloween,
But i would try the four seasons on the beach next time.
Review is titled Near Perfection
Perfection for anything, I find extreme.
Of course, there are some, at hotel who are not so perfect. They are very few, statistically not important.
Unless of course, they happen to you.
Four Season's Miami appears to work on The Respect for all way of doing things.
Respect for each guest, respect for each employee.
This results in a beautifully run hotel.
No silly employee, thinking they too good, to take care of each guest-to the highest standard/s
Hotel is typical Four Seasons
Those who have
stayed Four Seasons, I belive know.
Valet and concierge, are as good as it gets, could not be better.
Hotel is a very short trolley ride,, stops in front to Brickell City Center.
Nice mall. CMX cinema is a good experience.
Cocktails at your seat as you watch a movie- divine.
Hotel also offers a car service to take guests- complimentary. Wonderful.
Views from rooms are excellent to extraordinary. Not one with a bad-view