The Impala hotel is a good choice for having a comfortable and quiet stay a block away from Ocean Drive in Miami Beach. The hotel is back away from Collins Ave a bit so there will be no direct road noise. In my room, I...更多
Impala is a hidden gem...upon arriving we were greeted well...the gentleman that checked us in was very friendly..unfortunately I can't remember his name which is y my review is delayed I thought I would find his card ..I requested a 1st floor room due to...更多
After reading all the great reviews on trip advisor, I was expecting just that, something great. So I was pretty disappointed when I walked in an got the opposite. The room we stayed in was tiny. I kept tripping over our suitcases it was so...更多
Good-sized room, clean and quiet, with large shower.
Excellent Italian restaurant called Spiga, almost as good as eating in northern Italy itself.
Only one complaint: very loud AC with no control over the fan speed.
We spent a great week in Miami staying at Impala hotel! From the moment we arrived we felt truly welcomed by all staff members, which added to the cozy, relaxed atmosphere surrounding the hotel. Furthermore, our room was nice, clean and stylish - not a...更多
In front of the majority of the hotels along Collins, you'll see two small black/blue metal signs for the valet company (same signs for all the boutique hotels). Typically they'll have 2-3 empty spaces between those signs... 更多
In front of the majority of the hotels along Collins, you'll see two small black/blue metal signs for the valet company (same signs for all the boutique hotels). Typically they'll have 2-3 empty spaces between those signs. When you pull into one of those spaces, a valet will take the car. I think we paid $35 for 24 hours. It takes 30-35 minutes for them to retrieve our car, so call ahead for pick up. They must take the cars pretty far away, as in the morning, they have a guy that drives around to pick up the valet guys after you get your car (hence the 30 minutes to retrieve the car). On our first trip, we thought each hotel had a valet service, but rather it's a shared service by all the smaller hotels.
Agree with another poster's info -- there is a great small public lot just down the street. On Sat afternoon, we couldn't find a space in there -- and there were 10 others waiting on spaces -- took forever to get in and out of the lot). There are also metered spaces along the road. Not sure how either works in terms of paying, cost, etc. -- but none were available when we were there on a Sat afternoon.
Buscamos un Hotel que premita mandar algunos paquetes previos a nuestra llegada... Brindan ese servicio?