A Guide to Black-Owned Hotels in Miami
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Miami is a culturally and ethnically diverse city with a large population of African Americans. It's a famous tourist attraction where the elite, popular and rich love to enjoy. It boasts a dynamic nightlife filled with live music acts all across the city. The cuisine is a melting pot of Spanish, Asian, and Caribbean flavors; all blended to create a unique taste of Miami. This makes the South Florida city one of the most popular vacation spots in the world. But, Black-owned Miami is a mention in itself.
The Aloft Miami Dadeland
The Aloft Miami Dadeland is located at 9010 South Dadeland Boulevard in Kendall, Florida. It was built in 1985 as a Quality Inn and used as an Eventi Hotel since 2012. The hotel was refurbished in 2018.
It's a high-class hotel where you can find everything you can desire. From plush bedrooms to 24 gyms full of requirements, from full-fledged workstations with Wifi to a cocktail bar, from pet-friendly rooms to all the amenities, this place has what it takes to make your trip unforgettable.
The Gabriel Hotel
Owned by Raoul Thomas, founder of CGI Merchant Group, The Gabriel Miami is a 129-key lifestyle hotel in Downtown Miami, offering spacious rooms and suites and views of Biscayne Bay. Adjacent to the hotel’s palm-tree-lined sun deck on the 14th floor is a rectangular pool with views of the intracoastal waterway, the Miami Beach skyline, PortMiami and Biscayne Bay, providing guests with the ultimate venue for relaxation and tranquility among the city’s cultural epicenter. Select rooms feature balconies with outdoor seating, providing the ultimate venue for watching the sunrise over the Miami skyline.
Dunns Josephine Hotel
Hilton Cabana Miami Hotel
Local attractions include the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, American Airlines Arena, PortMiami, South Beach, Little Havana, Coconut Grove, and Coral Gables. The significant part is that the International Airport of Miami is 15 miles away.