Hampton Inn Suites Miami Midtown Hotel Shuttles
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Between Little Haiti and the Miami Design District, Hampton Inn & Suites Miami Midtown is a good middle ground for staying in the city without being in the city. The hip building offers a unique curved shape on the corner of 35th & Biscayne, a blindingly bright rooftop pool filled with loungers, ivy walls and shaded cabanas. Rooms feature airy loft-like layouts with floating desks and cozy sofas, corner suites adding wraparound views of the street corner from floor-to-ceiling windows. A work-friendly lobby offers complimentary hot breakfast and Wi-Fi as well, though no public transportation is offered by the staff or neighborhood. Reserve a private vehicle to make turns especially simple via small sedan or spacious chartered bus, meet-and-greet services exchanging the freedom of self-guided tours with convenient drop offs, whether it be to Miami International via taxi or Miami Convention Center with al luxury limousine.
Surrounded by expected upmarket restaurants and shops, guests can easily maneuver through the usual for something truly unexpected. A good example is the de la Cruz Collection, a staple of the Miami Design District for its modern artwork calling for critical thought, other nearby galleries including questionable pieces at Locust Projects and a constant influx of youth-created works at The Institute of Contemporary Art Miami’s venue. Surrounded by these galleries are various high-end brands and their likewise influx of new designs - avoid the branding by avoiding the neighborhood altogether, discovering indifferent truths with views across the water at the nearby Albert Pallet Park, or through sunrise drives across Florida State Road 112’s toward Miami Beach. Whatever direction the day goes, end it right with dinner and a conversation, cool eateries close to the hotel including the festive Venezuelan from La Latina and authentic Greek in a 1930s setting at Mandolin Aegean Bistro.