Hotel Arya, BW Premier Collection Hotel Shuttles
MIA airport hotel transfers
A coastline stay looking out at the waters of Biscayne Bay, Hotel Arya is just one staple of Miami’s boutique-filled Coconut Grove neighborhood, offering a wide array of on-site amenities as well as nearby getaways perfect for those looking to get the full experience. Most rooms come with mod loungers and tiled floors, a few suites adding jumbo wraparound balconies and floor-to-ceiling windows. Spacious kitchenettes, complimentary Wi-Fi and cozy desks also make work easy to take care of, a large rooftop pool adding to the luxury through vibrant loungers and cabanas. Without public transportation close to the hotel, convenient drop offs to Miami International Airport make transfers to wherever especially simple, whether it be through the eyes of a local personal driver or the modest airport arrivals of a taxi cab. And for travelers with an itch to explore, gain the personal freedom of a rental ranging from low-key sedans to spacious chartered buses, each ideal for coastline tours or simply going with the flow.
Get to know what the surrounding neighborhood has to offer in terms of entertainment, food and hospitality, starting with a tour of surrounding greenery. Adjacent from the hotel is Peacock Park’s breezy palms looking out at the shoreline as well as hip in-park eats from Glass & Vine, a connected path via McFarlane Road funneling walkers to the neighboring Kenneth M. Myers Bayside Park as well as the various restaurants along Dinner Key. Finely manicured lawns and boisterous garden beds can also be found at The Kampong National Tropical Botanical Garden down the street, a stunning space renown for its tranquil lily ponds and old Spanish-inspired architecture across a long path, seasonal fruit and picture-friendly spots making it a great end-of-the-day hangout. For dinner somewhere special, relax at the hotel’s own Peacock Garden Bistro, home to vibrant outdoor seating and fine global fare, alternate hangouts including hip seafood at The Spillover and swanky Indian from Bombay Darbar.