Eden Roc a Renaissance Beach Resort & Spa
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Eden Roc a Renaissance Beach Resort & Spa Miami Beach Reviews
ocean view dining Sep 04, 2012
What lots of people don't know, is that the Eden Roc hotel also functions as a restaurant in it's outdoor back terrace with a view on the ocean.
When the sun goes down, it's even romantic with it's little candles.
I went with my friend as we had to catch up on talking after not seeing each other for a while. We took place and one of the higher tables, by the side.
As I'm suffering from a heavy cold, I just drink water. She ordered the Sangria rosé.
I ordered the tropical Caesar salade with grilled schrimp. She ordered the blackened salmon salad. Both were 20$.
We had to wait a while for the food, but it was made up by the delicious pineapple coconut warm bread served with butter. Very good and a nice variation on the classic served bread. It tastes sweet, so I can imagine maybe not everyone would like it. I would eat it for breakfast for sure.
The salads looked great and were big.
We ended without dessert as none on the menu could tempt us. We ordered coffee. For me a regular hot latte, for her a iced latte. The iced latte looked great in it's tall glass with some milk foam on the top.
Check was 80,01$ (tip included).
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Luxury you've never experienced before Apr 09, 2011
Okay, so here's the deal people. This place is very nice. I stayed here during Ultra Music Festival. Mind you, this is one of the craziest weeks out of the year with almost every room booked solid, a million people roaming the streets- essentially another spring break.
Now onto the review... We paid $400 a night, however we also had like 6 people in our room. The bathroom, shower is amazing. The bed's, comfortable, the pools perfect and the location one in thousand, considering the whole Collins Ave is raped with hotels everywhere. The location is next door to Fontaine Bleu, and if your familiar with this, it's considered one of the nicest hotels in the world, however it was $900/night MINIMUM and booked solid. So, as you can imagine, the location is pretty legit. The service, food, drinks, all expensive, but what do you expect? I recommend this place, but keep in mind, you do get what you pay for in life.
Eden Roc a Renaissance Beach Resort & Spa Overview
Guests of this Miami Beach hotel will find themselves located right next to the beaches themselves. There is golfing within a short distance of the Eden Roc, a Renaissance Beach Resort & Spa, as well. There are numerous shopping and dining establishments located not far from this hotel. Private transportation is the most efficient way to make the 11-mile journey to the Miami International Airport. Around South Beach, there are numerous places where guests may explore on foot.
The rooms at this hotel number 349 in total and include both suites and standard guestroom accommodations. There are balconies attached to the majority of the rooms at the Eden Roc, a Renaissance Beach Resort & Spa, and they feature ocean views. Gusts will also find cable television service, large closets and safes in their accommodations.
This hotel has over 40,000 square feet of meeting space available. The Eden Roc, a Renaissance Beach Resort & Spa also has its own restaurant and bar facilities. There are outdoor swimming pools available to guests, and spa services are also offered by this hotel.
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