Hotels near Midtown
“A journey is a person in itself; no two are alike.”
- John Steinbeck
Next to the Design District is Midtown, which includes the arty Wynwood and Edgewater neighborhoods. At the heart of Midtown is the Shops at Midtown, an outdoor shopping district designed to resemble SoHo in New York. Although grand plans for Midtown were derailed by the recession, the area is still known for galleries and restaurants, including the local Mexican favorite Mercadito. Landmarks include the two buildings of the former Barcardi headquarters, which are classic Miami mid-century modern design with a Latin twist. During the December Art Basel Miami festival, Midtown hosts the Art Midtown art fair.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Midtown

Carl's El Padre Motel
Carl's El Padre Motel
5950 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami
from $89
La Quinta Inn Miami Airport North
La Quinta Inn Miami Airport North
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3.1
2448 reviews
7401 Nw 36th St, Miami
from $72
Best Western Plus Kendall Airport Hotel & Suites
from $110
Leamington Hotel-Downtown/Port Of Miami
Leamington Hotel-Downtown/Port Of Miami
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2.0
2204 reviews
307 North East 1st Street, Miami
from $49
Sheraton Miami Airport Hotel
Sheraton Miami Airport Hotel
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3.7
8208 reviews
3900 NW 21st St, Miami
from $83
Viceroy Miami
Viceroy Miami
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3.8
1024 reviews
485 Brickell Avenue, Miami
from $209
Embassy Suites Miami International Airport
Embassy Suites Miami International Airport
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3.7
2733 reviews
3974 Nw South River Dr, Miami
from $109
Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Miami Airport South
Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Miami Airport South
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4.0
2185 reviews
4101 NW 11th Street, Miami
from $95
Best Western Premier Miami Intl. Airport Hotel & Suites
Best Western Premier Miami Intl. Airport Hotel & Suites
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3.8
2317 reviews
4100 W Flagler Street, Miami
from $135
Courtyard by Marriott Miami Airport
Courtyard by Marriott Miami Airport
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4.0
1321 reviews
1201 NW Le Jeune Road, Miami
from $94
More About Hotels near Midtown...

Next to the Design District is Midtown, which includes the arty Wynwood and Edgewater neighborhoods. At the heart of Midtown is the Shops at Midtown, an outdoor shopping district designed to resemble SoHo in New York. Although grand plans for Midtown were derailed by the recession, the area is still known for galleries and restaurants, including the local Mexican favorite Mercadito. Landmarks include the two buildings of the former Barcardi headquarters, which are classic Miami mid-century modern design with a Latin twist. During the December Art Basel Miami festival, Midtown hosts the Art Midtown art fair.

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