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Welcome to Miami! The site presents a list of local hotels, many of which can be reserved directly online. To use our accommodations directory for the greater Miami area, please select one of the hotel options presented in the sections below...

 Miami Hotels by Location

Miami Airport Hotels
Including the Miami Airport, Miami Airport West, Doral and Miami Springs areas.
Coral Gables Hotels
Including the Coral Gables and University of Miami areas.
Coconut Grove - Key Biscayne Hotels
Including the Coconut Grove and Key Biscayne areas.
Downtown Miami Hotels
Including the Brickell Key, Brickell Hammock, Design District, Downtown Miami, Little Havana and Miami areas.
Miami Beach Hotels
Including the Bal Harbour, Bay Harbor Islands, Miami Beach, North Bay Village and Surfside areas.
North - Northwest Miami - Dade Hotels
Including the Carol City, Hialeah, Medley, Miami Gardens, Miami Lakes, Midtown Miami, North - Northwest Miami - Dade, North Miami - Dade, Opa-Locka and Wynwood District areas.
Northeast Miami - Dade Hotels
Including the Aventura, El Portal, Miami Shores, North Miami Beach, North Miami - Dade Beaches, Northeast Miami - Dade, Ojus and Sunny Isles areas.
South Beach - SoBe Hotels
Find hotel options in the South Beach area.
South Miami - Dade Hotels
Including the Cutler Ridge, Florida City, Homestead, Kendall, Naranja, Pinecrest, Pinecrest -- Monroe Co., South Miami - Dade and South Miami areas.

 Miami Hotels by Name

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