miami snapshots {the coolest hotel I’ve ever stayed at}

On the last two days of our vacation in Florida, we stayed at the Clevelander Hotel on South Beach. Luke and I fell in love with this place (mainly the bar and the pina coladas) the last time that we were in Miami, so on this trip we HAD to stay here and we’re sure glad we did. From the moment that you walk into the sleek lobby, you know you’ve picked a good hotel. Just look at it!

^ I love all-white bedding.
It just looks so fresh and clean Very comfortable, I might add. ^
^ Only in Miami is your room card this risque. ^
^ I love how the bathroom and shower are separated with colored glass sliding doors. ^
^^Just a mere minutes from our room you can take an elevator up to the rooftop of the hotel and relax in the sun. ^
^ Multiple levels of rooftop relaxation ^
^^Best Pina Coladas and Miami Vice’s ever. We *might* have collected lots of these cups… ^
What do you think?
We had never stayed at a hotel that had 2 rooftop sundecks, 4 bars, multiple pools, an indoor and outdoor club, a music lounge, etc… But I’m sure we’d like to again. I can’t recommend this place enough, if you’re looking to have a fun time and be around all the action on South Beach. Even with all the bars, nightclubs, loud music and drinks we were still able to get a quiet and good nights sleep. We’ll definitely be staying here the next time we find ourselves in Miami.

5 thoughts on “miami snapshots {the coolest hotel I’ve ever stayed at}

  1. I am drooling right now. Miami is not at the top of my list of places to visit – but it might have to move up a notch after seeing these pics!Looks like you had a grand time!


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