Still Have No Power On Miami Beach? These Hotels Have Special Rates At $99 Or Less

Miami Beach residents who are still riding out the post-Irma wave of no power can now stay at more than a dozen area hotels for lower rates.

On Tuesday, Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine asked the Greater Miami and the Beaches Hotel Association for help implementing a hurricane relief rate that would bring back some normalcy for residents displaced by the storm.

In a letter to area hotels and partners, Levine said a “great number” of Beach residents have been without power or light for several days.

Families are suffering, and we are calling upon you, as our great partners to help us serve our residents in this time of need.

Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine

“Families are suffering, and we are calling upon you, as our great partners to help us serve our residents in this time of need.” Levine wrote in a letter, asking for a resident rate of no more than $99 a night with no resort fees.

“So many of you have already stepped forward with generous hospitality, open arms, and meaningful collaboration,” Levine wrote. “I am counting on you. Your City is counting on you.”

By Wednesday, Miami Beach had published a list of more than a dozen hotels participating in the program, including the 790-room Loews Miami Beach. The hotel on Collins Avenue suffered minimal damage during the storm, including some debris and landscape issues, but was open, said managing director Alex Tonarelli Wednesday.

All of us here at Loews Miami Beach Hotel want to support our local community and neighborhood, as the effects of Hurricane Irma have been, and continue to be, a difficult situation for many residents.

Alex Tonarelli, Loews managing director

“All of us here at Loews Miami Beach Hotel want to support our local community and neighborhood, as the effects of Hurricane Irma have been, and continue to be, a difficult situation for many residents,” Tonarelli said in a statement. “In addition to the [$99 a night] rate, we are also waiving our pet fee through Sunday, Sept. 17.”

Miami-Dade residents who do not live in Miami Beach but are seeking hotel accommodations can search for hotels on travel engines such as Hotels.com and Expedia, where some hotels had rates from $50 a night as of Wednesday afternoon.

Properties in sbe’s portfolio are also offering $150 a night rates for all Florida residents, not just Miami Beach residents, with proof of Florida ID. The properties participating are: the

Delano,

SLS South Beach and

SLS Brickell.

Below are Miami Beach hotels offering discounted rates, available to residents with a valid Miami Beach photo ID, per the city’s list:

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Nautilus Hotel: $99 a night rate with promo code NEIGHBOR

1825 Collins Avenue, 33139. Reserve online.

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The National Hotel: $99 a night rate

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1677 Collins Avenue. Reserve by phone: 305-532-2311.

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Miami Beach Resort: $99 a night rate

4833 Collins Avenue, 33140. Reserve by phone: 866-765-9090.

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Loews Miami Beach Hotel: $99 a night rate

1601 Collins Avenue, 33139. Reserve by email.

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The Hall: $89 a night rate

1500 Collins Avenue, 33139. Reserve by phone (305-531-1252) or email.

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The Shelborne South Beach: $99 a night rate

1801 Collins Avenue, 33139. Reserve online.

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Lexington Hotel Miami Beach: $99 a night rate with promo code MIAMB

4299 Collins Avenue, 33140. Reserve online.

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Four Points by Sheraton Miami Beach: $99 a night rate with promo code MIAMB

4343 Collins Avenue, 33140. Reserve online.

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Holiday Inn Miami Beach: $99 a night rate with promo code MIAMB

4333 Collins Avenue, 33140. Reserve online.

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Best Western Plus Atlantic Beach Resort: $99 a night rate with promo code MIAMB

4101 Collins Avenue, 33140. Reserve online.

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Seagull Hotel Miami Beach: $99 a night rate with promo code MIAMB

100 21st Street, 33139. Reserve online.

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The South Beach Group: $80 a night rate with promo code RECOVER

Reserve online.

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The Clevelander: $99 a night rate with promo code CLEVE

1020 Ocean Drive. Reserve online.

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Nassau Suite Hotel: $99 a night rate

1414 Collins Avenue. Reserve by phone, 305-532-0043, or email.

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Shepley Hotel: $99 a night rate

1340 Collins Avenue. Reserve by email

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Leslie Hotel: $99 a night rate

1244 Ocean Drive. Reserve by phone, 786-476-2645, or email.

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El Paseo Hotel: $99 a night rate

405 Espanola Way. Reserve by phone, 305-400-0767, or email.

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COMO Metropolitan Miami Beach: $99 a night rate

2445 Collins Avenue. Reserve by phone, 855-316-2666, or email

Other than those on Miami Beach’s list, the hotels below are also offering hurricane relief rates:

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The Sagamore Hotel Miami Beach

The Sagamore Hotel at 1671 Collins Avenue offering $99 a night rates — plus tax — with the resort fee waived.

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All Menin Hospitality properties

Miami Beach properties in the Menin Hospitality portfolio are offering 30 percent off room rates beginning Thursday.

The hotels participating are:

Shelborne South Beach, at 1801 Collins Avenue,

Gale South Beach, at 1690 Collins Avenue,

Kaskades South Beach, at 300 17th Street,

Bentley South Beach, at 510 Ocean Drive, and

Mondrian South Beach, at 1100 West Avenue.

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Crest Hotel Suites

The Crest Hotel Suites, at 1670 James Avenue, has $80 a night room rates, plus tax, through Oct. 3. Residents should book through the hotel’s website.

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The Gaythering Hotel

The Gaythering Hotel at 1409 Lincoln Road is offering some of the lowest rates around town for Beach residents. It’s “crate” rooms, private sleeping accommodations with a shared bathroom, are on sale for $29. Regular rooms with king beds are going for $49 a night.

The promo code? BitchIrma.

Chabeli Herrera: 305-376-3730, @ChabeliH

Joey Flechas: 305-376-3602, @joeflech

Source : http://www.miamiherald.com/news/local/community/miami-dade/miami-beach/article173078061.html

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