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Viceroy Miami

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Viceroy Miami

Miami, Florida

Positioned at the northern gateway to Miami's Financial District on Brickell Avenue, the 148-room Hotel Viceroy Miami caters to a cool kids coterie of business travelers and fashion savvy visitors. An ideal outpost for sports aficionados, the Viceroy is minutes from the American Airlines Arena. Swank urban décor will please arts enthusiasts who stay for the hotel's close proximity to South Beach, the Design District and the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts. Water babies will want to splash about on the 15th floor, where a 300-foot infinity pool melds into Biscayne Bay.


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