Eden Roc in Miami Beach, FL with Reviews - YP.com
By: Manuel L.
Tiffany Hotel
I visited Miami Beach for the construction show at the convention center during labor day weekend. My stay at the hotel was splendid, steps from the beach and close to all the night life of ocean drive. Upon arrival from NC I was able to get a good night sleep and plenty of amenities in preparation for my meetings. Great experience, very attentive personnel, and a pleasant swimming pool. Highly recommended.
By: dominoart
Eden Roc Miami Beach
We photographed the wedding of Ricki & Brandon this past weekend at Eden Roc and we were just amazed with all the beautiful places around the hotel to take pictures of the lovely couple. The ceremony was by the Pool and overlooking the ocean. The staff was super friendly and professional. Eden Roc is definitely a Venue to take in consideration when planing an event!
By: nancy a.
Roney Palace Resort South Beach
One of the best resort to stay at Miami Beach for vacationers. Clean and huge rooms with beautiful ocean view.Great service and you ll get all the things you need for fun and entertainment under one roof. Highly recommend!
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By: Farah S.
Eden Roc Miami Beach
Amazing looking forward to visiting and touring city and also rechecking into all of the amenities available.
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