Hotels >Miami River Inn
Miami's oldest bed-and-breakfast gives visitors a taste of Old Florida without having to rough it..
Looking for something completely different? This restored turn-of-the-century hotel on the Miami River is just that. About a 10-minute drive from the Art Deco district that's ground zero for most tourists, the Miami River Inn caters to more adventurous travelers. It's locatied in a mixed-use, ethnically diverse neighborhood on the banks of Miami's working river.
Restored in the 1980s by community activist Sallye Jude, the Inn provides all the necessary amenities in a tropical setting. There are 40 rooms in a total of four cottages. Rooms have hardwood floors and are individually decorated with antiques. Children are welcome (as are pets, with proper reservations). Guests will also find a pool and Jacuzzi, a croquet green, and a garden courtyard where an expanded continental breakfast is served.
False Story of Ghosts Haunting Miami River Inn. I called Miami River Inn to inquire about the ghost story about the place.I was going to stay there if it was haunted.The women that answered the phone at front desk said that haunting story was false and that the place was not haunted.She said some web site made up the story.How disappointing.
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