Located just steps from the beach on famous Collins Avenue, the Metropole Suites South Beach offers understated elegance and unparalleled service in an intimate atmosphere. The Metropole’s inviting, yet private courtyard setting and chic one and two bedroom suites manage to provide a decidedly residential feel, ideal for those seeking calm, in the midst of the South Beach action. And with full stainless-steel gourmet kitchens, the Metropole is perfect for guests in search of an extended stay hotel. The hotel offers daily, weekly and monthly rates. Office and meeting space is also available. Production friendly rates upon request.
635 Collins Avenue Miami Beach Miami Florida 33139 USA
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Apartments were in need of some refurbishment. We visited in Jan 23 and I have attached some pics of the furniture. Bed looked 20yrs old and the kitchen was grubby looking. The mini ironing board had only 1 leg???? The location was great though, only a 2 min walk from south beach, which is probably the best thing going for it. Food in restaurant was only warm, and we all had dodgy stomachs later that night. There was a funny smell whenever you were sitting there and sticky tables. Also lots of small flies about restaurant both times we sat there. The check in guy was very friendly though. He had just started there and was very helpful with our bags as we had 8 cases and my mother in law and sister in law have disabilities so couldn’t help with them. Would I return….probably not, but I’ve stayed in worse places.
Eclectic hotel in great location. All suites and well appointed room super reasonably priced on last minute booking site, Hotel Tonight. The friendly general manager, Pita, personally resolved a booking issue and uograded my room and assisted me moving rooms. Daniel at the front desk spent extra time assisting me and insisted on helping with my luggage. Great service with a smile!
We stayed at Metropole South Beach on the dates of Jan 13-16. Great location. However, we thought we booked a 4 star boutique hotel. The first impression made an acute mold smell upon the entry into the room. All furniture torn, scratched, shabby, doors dirty and sticky, pictures hang off side. For the residents comfort tissues, hand towels, counter space in the bathroom, soap dish are not to be found. The worst came at night: apparently the bedroom windows overlooked the alley where homeless found their residence. They sang, talked, screamed, dealt, etc. almost all night long. When we complained to the concierge, they suggested pressing the button on the phone to contact them to call the police. Then they recalled: what phone? They took out all the phones from the suites. So, one is to dress in the middle to the night to walk through the courtyard bar and restaurant to reach the concierge. Ultimately, we were busy for 2 nights in a row calling the police ourselves. 3 sleepless nights in shabby rooms. Still wondering how it was awarded 4 stars.