Hotels near Marlins Park
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Home to the Miami Marlins, Miami's Major League Baseball (MLB) franchise, Marlins Park is a retractable roof, air-conditioned stadium that opened in 2012. Marlins Park's roof eliminated issues like heat, humidity, and rain, all of which were hindrances when the Marlins played at the Sun Life Stadium for 18 years. Marlins Park is located in Little Havana, at the former site of the Miami Orange Bowl, which was the home stadium for the Miami Hurricanes college football team.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Marlins Park

Hampton Inn Miami Dadeland
Hampton Inn Miami Dadeland
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8.1
Excellent
8200 Sw 70th Ave, Miami
from $109
Hotel Urbano at Brickell
Hotel Urbano at Brickell
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6.5
Good
2500 Brickell Ave, Miami
from $113
Holiday Inn Port of Miami - Downtown
Holiday Inn Port of Miami - Downtown
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7.5
Good
340 Biscayne Blvd, Miami
from $92
Crowne Plaza Miami Airport
Crowne Plaza Miami Airport
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8.3
Excellent
950 NW 42nd Avenue, Miami
from $93
Hampton Inn & Suites Miami Airport South - Blue Lagoon
from $101
Homewood Suites by Hilton Miami Airport West
Homewood Suites by Hilton Miami Airport West
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8.6
Excellent
3590 Nw 74th Ave, Miami
from $99
Westover Arms Hotel
Westover Arms Hotel
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7.8
Good
4100 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
from $109
Hyatt Regency Miami
Hyatt Regency Miami
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8.0
Excellent
400 Se 2nd Ave, Miami
from $109
Regency Hotel Miami
Regency Hotel Miami
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7.5
Good
1000 NW Le Jeune Rd., Miami
from $95
Courtyard by Marriott Miami Coconut Grove
Courtyard by Marriott Miami Coconut Grove
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8.1
Excellent
2649 S Bayshore Drive, Miami
from $111
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Affordable Hotels near Marlins Park

Drawbacks to staying near Marlins Park include noise and concern over rising crime rates in the eastern part of Little Havana. Most hotels are located closer to the Miami Airport on the west and Downtown Miami on the southeast side. If you want to stick to the general ballpark area, there is a Marriott (SpringHill Suites) near the Marlins stadium. It's a short drive to the ballpark and other attractions like American Airlines Arena and the Port of Miami. It's only 15 minutes from South Beach and room rates are reasonable as this all-suite hotel is geared towards visitors to the nearby Jackson Memorial Hospital.

Although Downtown Miami is certainly more expensive than other parts of the city, there are still relatively cheap hotels near Marlins Park. Look at properties like Miami River Inn, River Park Hotel & Suites, and Miami Paradise Hostel. Miami's public transportation system is inexpensive and connects all corners of Miami, which makes remote hotel options attractive.

History and Features of Marlins Park

Marlins Park has a retractable roof and retractable outfield glass panels. It's the sixth MLB stadium to feature the retractable roof and is the third-smallest, with a seating capacity of just over 37,000. Marlins Park is not just a MLB Stadium, but a worthy stop for sight-seeing, even if you're not a baseball fan. Art displays adorn the stadium, including a painted ceramic from famous Spanish artist Joan Miro.

An interesting feature of Marlins ballpark is the Clevelander. This pool area is themed after the Clevelander Hotel, a South Beach icon. It's renowned for its party atmosphere and the idea was to bring South Beach to Marlins Park. The trendy pool area can hold approximately 250 guests and features entertainment, including dancers, DJ's, and body painting.

Tickets can be purchased right on the Marlins Park website, and be sure to check out the calendar of special events.