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InterContinental Miami

100 Chopin Plaza Miami, FL 33131 | Central Dade | 305-577-1000

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Even locals need a staycation every once in awhile, and there are few accommodation options that compare to the newly renovated InterContinental Miami. This waterfront gem in downtown is a complex unto itself, with Toro Toro, Starbucks, Ole, mySpa and multiple other eatery options and on-site conveniences and amenities. A spacious, mod lobby lays out like a Vegas resort. And perhaps best of all, there's a computer-controlled light show on the building's exterior. It can showcase anything and everything from a dancing girl to an erupting volcano. Over the top? Maybe, but that's so Miami.


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Business Description

The iconic InterContinental Miami hotel is located on the shore of Biscayne Bay at the heart of bustling Downtown Miami. Miami is truly one of the world's most diverse global business destinations and is a vibrant tropical playground. An international business center, a world-renowned sports & entertainment venue and brilliant white-sand beaches create the setting for the perfect getaway. Our hotel offers richly appointed accommodations and breathtaking views city and water views. Boasting 641 guest rooms and suites, we're an oasis of sophistication and world-class service. We are only 7.5 miles from Miami International Airport and just 25 miles from Fort Lauderdale International Airport. Additionally, within minutes from South Beach, the Port of Miami, the Miami Design District, Coconut Grove and Coral Gables.

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