|Per night||$125 - $150|
Centrally located in the middle of everything; Designers & Boutique Shopping, Night life & Clubs, Art Galleries, World Famous Restaurants, Parking Garage, Public Transportation, Deco Bike System, and the infamous South Beach turquoise waters and tanned bodies are only one block away.
Bright open floor plan with large east facing windows pouring natural light
Full modern kitchen, pantry and two closets for storage space. Secured building with access through FOB swipe system. Laundry facilities immediately adjacent to unit on the same floor. Roof Top Sun Deck
Directly on Washington Avenue with Cafés, Restaurants, Gelateria, Bike Rental, Groceries Market, Wine & Liquors shop & Cellular Store within the building.
* Short Walk to Lincoln Road (Local Trendy Hotspot).
* Walk to Espanola Way.
Fully Upgraded & Ultra-Modern, Air Conditioning, Breakfast Corner, Cable & High Speed Internet, Granite & Stainless Steel Kitchen, Tile Floor, Microwave, Stove/Oven, Refrigerator, Laundry Facility on site, Convertible Sofa Bed.
South Beach, Miami Beach, Sobe, Washington Avenue South Beach, Washington Ave Miami Beach, Miami, Beaches, Night clubs.
The reflection of South Beach's residents is evident in the various European languages, as well as Semitic languages and many other languages spoken. In 2000, 55% of residents of the city of Miami Beach spoke Spanish as a first language, while English was the first language for 33% of the population. Portuguese (mainly Brazilian Portuguese) was spoken by 3% of residents, while French (including Canadian French) was spoken by 2%, German by 1.12%, Italian 0.99%, and Russian by 0.85% of the population. Owing to the area's large Jewish and Israeli community, Yiddish was spoken by 0.81% of residents, and Hebrew by 0.74%.
Another unique aesthetic attribute of South Beach is the presence of several colorful and unique stands used by South Beach's lifeguards. After Hurricane Andrew, Architect William Lane donated his design services to the city and added new stops on design tours in the form of lifeguard towers. His towers instantly became symbols of the revived City of Miami Beach.
|Jun 04 2013||Sep 30 2014||$125||$150||$650||$2,000||3 nights|
|Check In: 3 p.m. Check Out: 11 a.m.|
|Lodging tax: 10%|
|Payment Options: Visa, Money Order, Mastercard, Discover, Cashier's Check, American Express, Personal Check, PayPal|
|Other Fees: $75 cleaning fee|
August 1, 2012
I never fill these out, but after my interactions with this unit (and the manager) I would strongly advise that you do not rent this unit or work with Carlos! This unit initially stated (they've since changed it) that it slept 4 (and up to 6), but it really only comfortably sleeps 3. There was initially no air mattress (a queen size was promised, but we ended up getting a full size 2 days later). There was no hot water in the shower (the knob didn't work, and they refused to fix it). There was no wifi internet (as promised online). In addition, the building is so old that the elevator broke down with us inside of it! The worst part about our experiences above is that Carlos and the building manager refused to return our calls while we were in the unit. Carlos was very reliable/responsive while he was collecting payment. After this time he was unresponsive and still has not returned my calls. The location of the unit is amazing, but this is by far and away the WORST unit I have ever rented from and I would strongly advise you rent from someone else to save your money/hassle.