YVE Hotel Miami

YVE Hotel Miami
YVE Hotel Miami

The YVE Hotel Miami opened in December 2014 and offers a stylish and charismatic place to stay in the downtown business and financial district. The address for this concept hotel that targets savvy travelers is 146 Biscayne Boulevard, which translates to unobstructed views of the Port of Miami and Biscayne Bay. Nearby attractions include American Airlines Arena, Bayfront Park and Museum Park, and it isn’t very far across the bay to Miami Beach. Location, style and substance are what this hotel is all about, making it a good lodging option to consider when dropping in on Florida’s most sizzling city.

YVE Hotel Rooms

YVE Hotel Rooms
YVE Hotel Rooms

The rooms at the YVE Hotel in Miami are bright, cheerful and airy. Designer white furnishings blend with modern fixtures to create an ambience that could be described as modernist chic. Premium bedding encourages a good night’s sleep in these trendy units, and during the waking hours, guests can make use of all the other great amenities. Amenity highlights in the YVE Hotel Miami rooms include Wi-Fi, LCD televisions with web capabilities, and telephones with built-in clocks and MP3 capability. Work desks and in-room safes add practical allure to the YVE Miami rooms, and guests have access to coffee makers, hair dryers, irons, ironing boards, and other common conveniences that will help them feel right at home.

There are 243 rooms at the YVE Hotel Miami. These rooms fall into seven different categories and range in size from 195 to 549 square feet. Should availability allow, it is recommended that guests attempt to secure a unit with views of Biscayne Bay and the Miami Beach skyline. And if the budget allows, no other unit at the YVE Miami is more exclusive than the Bay Front Suite. This is the largest accommodation on offer, and among its added perks is a large sitting room with a dining table that seats six. Regardless of the room in question at the YVE Miami, room service will be available, with dining choices pulled from the menu of the hotel’s very own Biscayne Tavern.

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