Hotel built in 1972, Last partial renovation 2005, Number of floors 9, Total number of rooms 367, Number of suites (separate rooms) 5, Earliest check-in 15:00, Latest check-out 12:00, Multilingual staff on hand 24 hours a day, Hotel, Trade fair/conference hotel
1201 NW LeJeune Road, Building A, 33126 Miami, United States of America
- Station (Miami - Central Railway Station) 1.6 km
- City centre (Miami) 6.99 km
- Airport (Miami International Airport (MIA)) 2.88 km
- Diners Club
- American Express
- Japan Credit Bureau (JCB Intl.)
Accepted payment methods
- Reception (lobby)
- Hotel-owned car park
- Restaurant(s) 3
- Hotel bar
- Outdoor swimming pool
- Automatic emergency wake-up alarm
- Fitness centre
- Cable TV
- TV remote control
- Coffee machine/tea-maker
- Microwave oven
- Iron + ironing board
- Centrally controlled air conditioning
- Temperature controls
- Bathroom with bathtub
- Bathroom with shower
- Safety deposit boxes at reception
- Vending machine for beverages
- Ice machine
- Air conditioning in public areas
- Classic concierge service
- Express check-out
- Free daily newspapers
- Business center
- Car rental
- Laundry service
- Store/mini supermarket
Evaluations of Miami Airport Marriott
location near to the airport is convenient
Noisy room No hairdryer in the room, and no adaptor available in hotel if you come from Europe and brought your own
Modern equipped rooms.
Parking is overpriced. It is hard to get to the hotel when coming from the East on I-836.
The lobby is very attractive. It is modern deco, clean and warm feeling. The staff is friendly and helpful. The room was clean. The bathroom was spacious, well stocked and clean. The bed had an attractive & inviting, fluffy comforter with several fluffy pillows. The bed was also very comfortable and we had a restful nights sleep. The hotel is near the SE corner of the airport and no airplane traffic was heard!!
The stay at the hotel was very enjoyable with no negative comments to report.
Very friendly and helpful staff. As a regular business traveller, I noticed this as something that rose above the normal.
The hotel complex is undergoing MAJOR reconstruction (you can't even call it renovation). In a couple of months, I'm sure it will be outstanding. For now, don't count on it for anything much more than a room. I think $20 for an omlette and a danish is WAAY too much. I understand that hotel breakfasts are expensive. I'm used to paying $10-$12 (which is already too high).