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|"Beautiful garden, great staff, great location."||(in 18 reviews)|
|"Very nice room and perfect location"||(in 8 reviews)|
|"Very nice room and perfect location"||(in 5 reviews)|
|"Standard rooms are fairly small, but very"||(in 4 reviews)|
|pool service||in 46 reviews|
|staff is great||in 46 reviews|
|pool and beach||in 43 reviews|
|area and garden||in 29 reviews|
|great location||in 23 reviews|
|stay hotel||in 22 reviews|
|nice room||in 20 reviews|
|great the food||in 16 reviews|
|coffee bar||in 12 reviews|
|paid less money||in 12 reviews|
|raleigh||in 7 reviews|
|art deco||in 6 reviews|
Great location and awesome Art Deco
Location is great. Short walk to beach and Raleigh has beach chairs towels there as part of resort fee. Pool is big - lounge chairs in pool which are cool. Good food in restaurant - a little expensive but worth it. Empanadas were excellent. Get breakfast at Rosetta Bakery which is close by instead of expensive breakfast at hotel.
Had to pay $19 for umbrella at beach. Asked for early check-in. Arrived at 1:30 and had to wait until after 3 for room.
rooms, pool, service
Lovely oasis with a lot of character
Beautiful pool, lobby, bar and restaurant. Perfectly decent, if slightly outdated, rooms. A very nice place to spend a weekend.
Lots of fees and very expensive valet parking only, but I think that's true of all hotels in the area. Their website could be a little more informative.
I loved the pool! The restaurant was also great the food was yummy and the service was great. I also liked the concierge he was really helpful. The staff in general were really friendly and helpful.
The Art Deco feel threw me off a bit as I'm used to staying in hotels that are a bit more modern. I wished that the room had a little fridge to put my refreshments like they typically do at other hotels.
Perfect location, beautiful pool.
No internet. Very hard mattress.
Skip this one and go elsewhere - you will regret i
Unfriendly staff Small rooms Not worth it for the price
Nice location but older and some issues
The hotel was close to the beach and had a cool pool area.
We took their last reservation of the night at their nice restaurant and despite spending $150-200 on a bottle of wine and steaks, we were told to hurry up and order as soon as we got there because "the kitchen was closing". It wasn't very classy. Our statement at checkout also had some BS extra charges we had to dispute. More hassle than it was worth except for the nice location.
Great pool, great service, rooms not so good.
Beautiful art deco hotel. Awesome pool, pool deck and access to the beach. Great for lap swimming and hanging out. Staff was helpful, really friendly, courteous and prompt. Close to great restaurants and clubs. Dulce, across the street in the Gale has excellent Italian food.
Rooms and systems in serious need of updating. Although clean, rooms are fairly small and attention to detail was not great. Worst was the clanging pipes all night long. We had to turn on the fan to overcome the constant banging. We thought it was the elevator but other guests had the same problem. AC barely functioned on last night. The TV had so much static we could not use it and screen res was terrible.
The Raleigh captures the romantic appeal of a classic Miami beach-front hotel, with a welcoming lobby, luxurious pool and friendly staff.
However, the guest rooms are tiny and cramped, with claustrophobic bathrooms (and ants in the sink drain) and no fridge or coffee maker. Also, the cost for valet parking ($39/night + tax) was exorbitant, but at least they didn't tack on a separate resort fee to our bill.
Nice "Old Miami" feel to it, pool area was nice with all the tropical palms surrounding It . Good coffee shop and pastries
Out door bars should have some mounted fans for customers also not just the bartenders, felt outdoor lounges also could have been nicer with some color to them , white is boring, , a few small shelves in bathrooms would be nice to place your toiletries !! We stayed here and walked to the SLS a block south and sat at their bar everyday was a cool vibe, but I would stay here again !! We did order 2 glasses of wine in the Martini bar area asked for a glass of water also when we order but didn't get it, asked again but same bartender again forgot ??? Either has short term memory loss or just didn't want to do it??we even tipped addition to what is added
I have been staying at The Raleigh for years as it had always lived up to its self proclaimed title of the "grand dame" of south beach. Sadly if current management continues in the direction witnessed during my stay over the 4th, The Raleigh as we knew it is gone. Before this last nightare of a stay I would have described The Raleigh as romantic, beach/waterfront, boutique but now I would describe it as having poor service, poor management, poor cleanliness. The interesting part was that everyone working there knew it was awful, it seemed the upper level management/decision makers for the property were off site for the weekend or perhaps hiding as it was that bad.
The Raleigh gave a promoter license to utilize the grounds for a two day fourth of July party however did not alert any guests of it. Had we and every other guest we encountered during our stay had known we would have booked elsewhere. It was a nightmare, there was no service for hotel guests, the pool was crammed and dirty/disgusting. There was a DJ with brain rattling base music blasting from morning to night.
The shape of the swimming pool -- which was too cold (not heated) to swim in.
The rest of the stay was poor: room next to elevator, very thin walls (squeaking beds all around during the night), expensive and not great food.
1) The pool / courtyard area 2) It's proximity to shops and beach 3) Molton Brown toiletries
1) Water pressure in bathroom was not far from a trickle. 2) The facade of the front entry of the room looked old and cheap 3) Concierge staff were requested to bring down luggage and they didn't. 4) Concierge staff were asked if I could buy Molton Brown toiletries from hotel and they said they would follow up. They didn't. 5) Breakfast was not inlcuded in room rate or encouraged me to include it in room rate or in any other way. I therefore took my breakfast elsewhere. 6) Reception staff were more often than not busy and inaccesible 7) Gentelman who checked me out at reception was arrogant 8) Restaurant staff made me feel rushed when taking and delivering my order 9) Dreadlock lady was a bit blaze
The front desk was very accomodating. The outside bar area was absolutely beautiful,especially at night.
Our room was awful. Barely enough room to swing a cat. Very poor value for the very high price tag.
location and pool area
Excellent staff & service, superb pool/poolside area and the most comfortable beds ever.
The rooms were a little small 9although perhaps to be expected given it's an 1930's building) and the food & drinks were very expensive
The history, the luxury, the pool and beach proximity, the ease to drive to the Keys for a few days
We had 3 instances of overcharging, two concerning the bottle of wine differently priced on the menu than charged on our bill, then later, our hotel stay price for the 2nd 2 nights was higher than when booked. All 3 were altered quickly when pointed out by us. We were given free breakfast as compensation for their error re the wine.
Extremely helpful staff, very comfortable room, and pleasant poolside dining. Despite some renovation work in process, a very enjoyable stay.
Cool and weel-appointed room with wonderful comfy bed. Amazing pool and relaxing bar/restaurant terrace. Very friendly and helpful staff. One of the nicest hotels I've stayed in, in fact.
There are few areas of the world more recognizable than the sun-soaked sands of South Beach Miami. From the tropical sun to the Art Deco district, the azure waters of the Caribbean to the sounds of salsa music echoing in the night, South Beach is a destination unto itself. Of course, visitors will need a place to stay, and that’s where The Raleigh Hotel Miami Beach comes in.
This is a historic hotel that offers some of the most stunning Art Deco architecture in the world. It has been featured by the likes of Conde Nast Traveler, and combines style and comfort with that ineffable Miami attitude to create something truly unique.
The property can accommodate up to 1,200 guests within its spacious, uniquely decorated rooms. It offers direct access to the SoFi area, but also boasts its own private strip of beach. Of course, the stunning swimming pool on offer is more than a mere amenity – it’s an attraction in its own right.
Guests will find over 30,000 square feet of meeting and event space on offer, as well as plenty of dining and relaxation options. The rooftop deck is a great place to relax under the tropical sky and enjoy a beverage, but the martini bar is also a must-experience feature. For food, guests can visit the on-site restart for food dreamed up by Chef Jose Icardi.
For incomparable accommodations in the heart of all that Miami has to offer, The Raleigh has it all.
Policies vary by room type and provider.
The Raleigh is located at 1775 Collins Avenue in South Beach, 2,2 km from the centre of Miami Beach. Miami City Ballet is the closest landmark to The Raleigh.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at The Raleigh.
Yes, The Raleigh offers free Wi-Fi.
No, The Raleigh does not offer free parking.
No, The Raleigh does not offer free airport shuttle service.
The Raleigh is 15,8 km from Miami. The Raleigh is 30,9 km from Fort Lauderdale.
No, The Raleigh does not have a pool on-site.