Very pretty hotel, great rooftop pool, well located.
Friendly staff, always greeted us, responded to questions and needs quickly even via text. Very convenient. Will be staying here every time we come to Miami
Surprisingly quiet hotel for the location. Close to everything. Room is comfortable. Had an issue with the tv and was resolved right away. Staff was friendly but the bar/restaurant manager needs to calm down and allow his employees to do their job. It was unsettling to see him watching their every ...
Nice hotel close to the beach. courteous service. convenient location
In general is good with some of the problems of an old building.
Really clean, huge rooms, and friendly staff. Didnt love the “resort fee” that is charged. But literally no complaints about my stay or comfort. Would definitely stay here again.
Nice small boutique... Rooms are small and beds are okay... Santana was very nice and accommodating.. There’s happy hour from 7-8 every night but only house specials lol... They do not have a pool onsite, but there sister property does... The location you just can’t beat; 2 block from the ocean and ...
very convenient location. staff was very courteous. dislike no amenities except for morning coffee and open bar from 7 to 8 PM which I didn't need.
The hotel was very hard to find as there is no sign on the building stating "Sense Beach House". The only sign there is states "The Local House" which we found out is their restaurant. The entrance to the actual hotel is located behind the restaurant entrance and the only way we found it is because ...
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