Hotel Beaux Arts Miami

255 Biscayne Boulevard Way | Miami, FL 33131  [SEE MAP]Miami, FL  [SEE ADDRESS]
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Tripadvisor Traveler Rating 4

Great concept, needs fine tuning though

Feb 23rd, 2020

This is a really neat concept and overall the hotel is a good Option. The staff is super friendly but not terribly competent(incredibly long check in process, staff at bar not familiar with common drinks such as martinis, etc). As stated earlier the concept is really good and hopefully they will fine tune current rough edges and if they do this will be a fantastic option. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

Tripadvisor Traveler Rating 2

Poor design decisions and lacking service

Feb 16th, 2020

We checked into Beaux Arts in the evening after moving from another hotel. Overall, disappointing on so many levels. Check-in: one of the WORST and inefficient check-in experiences we've ever had of any hotel five star or not. We sat down, gave our name to get checked in, and then the young lady at the front desk proceeded to type away at the computer for about 15 min, without a word what she was doing. Finally we asked her what was going on and her response was she was trying to get our room allocated for our reservation that we paid for already. She also made a few calls to a manager to try and make this happen. After another 15 min or so she offered to put us in another room to wait while she completed this. At this point it was already 10;30pm and we were tired and hungry. We politely declined since we did not want to move from room-to-room and told her we were going to grab some food while she figured this out. Room: Ah where do I start. So many issues. We have slightly different schedules (one a night owl and one early riser) and had booked this hotel because we wanted a large suite that will enable each person to do their own thing without disturbing the other. This room was designed very poorly. The bathroom had no door and a huge floor to ceiling frosted glass wall separating the bed from the bathroom. This means at night anyone who wants to shower or use the toilet needs to turn on the light in the bathroom that ends up shining onto the bed. Same with the bedroom from the living room. There was frosted glass wall on one side of the bed and frosted glass door on the other side. Essentially anyone in the living room could not turn on lights without shining light into the bedroom. Bathroom sink outside handle was broken as well. The sinks were sensored but one sink would not stay on and would turn off after 30 seconds or so. Also both sinks would not drain which we asked to have looked at but was never addressed. Service: Extremely slow. All requests took at least 20-30 min before anything would show up or I had to call multiple times because requests were forgotten or not communicated. We had issues with the Bose TV where the cable would just keep jumping. We called multiple times and had this looked at. We got a range of people who showed up that didn't speak any English, or were told that the TV just needed to be reset (which we did twice to no avail). We finally just gave up on this. I woke up one morning to very strong fumes of paint. Called the front desk and told them this in which they responded that they were not doing any painting. I had them send someone to check and two individuals showed up that could not speak any English and they just offered to spray the room with air freshener. After miming and hand motions I was able to communicate that I wanted to know what the source was to the smell since paint fumes are poisonous. They sent some maintenance people to look at our air filters during which they guys shared that they were painting the halls (really??). Check-out: We brought all these issues up during our stay and when we checked out. We were assured that a manager would contact us to address these issues but never heard from anyone after 2 weeks now. If you are looking for a five-star stay and experience this is definitely not a place I would recommend. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

Tripadvisor Traveler Rating 5

Miami for a day!

Jan 27th, 2020

We stayed here for one night before our cruise. The hotel is located in the JW Marriott Miami with a separate check in and separate keypad in the elevator. When you first get there you need to have someone send you up to the 39th floor for check in. We left our car downstairs to go check in but later just decided to let valet take it as parking in the area was only parking garages and all expensive. We were upgraded from a city view to a water view and I must say that was very nice. The room is very modern and I wish someone or maybe a quick book to explain how to work the panel for the radio, tv, shades etc. While we played around with the button I couldn't lower the radio and it was way to loud. The hotel was adding 49er's decorations and we were told the team would be staying there for the Super Bowl game this coming weekend. Overall a very good stay and would definitely stay here again. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

Tripadvisor Traveler Rating 1

Valet driver crashed my car and claims no fault

Jan 24th, 2020

I stayed at the Beaux Arts Miami this weekend and parked my car at the hotel with valet as that is the only option. Upon checkout, I requested my car. After 30 min of waiting, the valet assistant manager approaches me and informs me that my car was in an accident while the valet driver was bringing it around. He then proceeded to tell me that it’s not their fault and I have to call the other drivers insurance that was involved in the accident. He told me even though the valet driver was in control of my car and was driving it when he got in an accident that it wasn't their fault. I went to the accident scene while they were waiting for the police and took pictures of everything. While there the valet assistant manager told me he needed MY insurance information for the police report. I told him no way as I was not driving the car. It is illegal to provide false information to the police and they were trying to give them my information instead of the drivers. The driver also left the scene of the accident and was not present when the police arrived instead there was two other valet employees there so now your driver committed a hit and run. Your employees refused to tell me who was actually driving my car when the accident happened. I went back to the hotel and waited for them to finish the police report and return my car. The valet manager finally brought back my car after two hours. He had the police report in his hand along with some claim form he wanted me to sign. He got extremely aggressive when I wouldn't blindly sign without even getting to hold the paper. I kept asking him who was driving my car when the accident happened and he refused to provide the drivers name. Kept telling me that it was illegal for him to give it. When he finally gave me the police report I pointed out to him that the name of the driver was on the paper so obviously he’s lying that he can't provide it. He was taller and much larger than me and got really close to me and put his finger about a cm from my face and was scowling me. I asked him to please take his finger out of my face and that I was a lady and didn't appreciate it. He said he was being polite and he could put his finger in my face if he wanted to. At this point I became extremely scared and anxious. He was being very aggressive and trying to pull the papers out of my hands when I finally got to look over them. My friend felt so uncomfortable she filmed the entire thing. I cannot believe that this behavior is acceptable at what is supposed to be such a high end hotel. No one from the hotel cared that valet was harassing us at their front entrance. I approached the front desk and asked the the general manager and they said it wasn’t their problem since valet is a third party they hire. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

Tripadvisor Traveler Rating 4

Just one night, but a great start to our trip

Jan 20th, 2020

We stayed here for one night, pre-cruise. I knew from reading reviews that the check-in wasn't at the Marriott front desk. They had someone come to take us up. We were delighted to have been upgraded from our booked city view room -- the view of the bay (and a glimpse of the cruise port) was really nice to have. The technology is nice (powered drapes, remotely motorized TV stand extension/rotation, Bang & Olufson audio system). The bed was really comfy -- not too soft, not too firm. While I didn't get to enjoy the jetted bathtub, I really would have liked to have the time to do so. Lights are all nice & bright, the sofa was a nice place to sit & catch up on e-mails. And any time I get to have a bathrobe, I'm happy. These are plush-lined and comfy. A few things I'd add to a wishlist, though: - I'd like a place to hang a handtowel in the bathroom. Setting it on the counter takes up space I'd want to use for other stuff. - I'm puzzled as to why there's no outlet of any sort by the nightstand against the wall. I'm guessing the typical guest is a solo traveler, so all the goodies being clustered around the side closest to the door/bathroom makes sense. But since I see reviews from couples, there's surely enough reason to put in an outlet. - The Illy espresso machine is nice, but it doesn't seem to put out very hot water, so our coffee & tea were lukewarm pretty soon after making them (and no microwave in which to warm them up). But overall, this is a great place to stay. It's about a 10 or 15 minute walk from Bayfront Park, and a short taxi ride to the cruise port. If it's in your budget (or you find a great rate), give it a shot -- it definitely feels like a boutique hotel. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

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