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Beautifully set overlooking the titillating skyline of downtown Miami, the Hilton Miami Downtown lives up to its name with a wonderful location right at the heart of Miami's most chic and happening hub. Formerly known as the Radisson Miami, after having recently completed a thorough renovation across all of its 527 guest rooms, the completely refurbished Hilton Miami Downtown now offers guests with a selection of superior amenities, customary of the Hilton brand including the very exclusive Hilton Serenity Bed and Bath Collection® as well as the new signature facility Fitness by Precor® gym. Nicely positioned on Biscayne Boulevard, this full-service hotel is within minutes to some of Miami's most popular attractions, including the famous Bayside Marketplace, the Port of Miami and South Beach. Giving guests the easiest access to all main places of interest in the downtown area, from the rooftop of this hotel guests will also be able to take in the beauty of this beachside city and admire amazing views over the whole of Miami.
The exclusive collection of guest rooms and suites at the Hilton Miami Downtown include the following luxury amenities:
For an additional fee many of the standard guest rooms also offer stunning views through panoramic ceiling to floor windows. Spectacularly amazing at night the views include Biscayne Bay and the Port of Miami.
In additon to all the above amenities, some suites also feature a wet bar, refrigerator and microwave.
Accessible rooms for the physically disabled are also available,
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