New Yorker Boutique Hotel

New Yorker Boutique Hotel

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6500 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, FL 33138
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Local from Homestead, Florida

The New Yorker is, ironically, one of my favorite hotels in Miami. It's a total find, an insider's secret that can easily be overlooked by those who perhaps judge a little too quickly. It's not in what some would call the "best" neighborhood, but it's honestly nowhere near as "sketchy" as some might say. I've spent plenty of time hanging out in this area, now heavily gentrified and known as MiMo, which lies right outside the Little Haiti neighborhood. Sure, some of the other motels on this strip can get a bit dicey, but the New Yorker definitely has a bit more class.

From the outside, it's obviously an older hotel, which I later found out originated in the 50's and was purchased in the 80's and maintained by the same family since. The retro look is a plus for my vintage-loving heart. The rooms have been renovated as you'd expect, and whoever their designer is gets two thumbs up from me. There's also a pool on site and a cute, outdoor seating area where they serve breakfast. Some advice, though: stay here during the winter months, when rain, heat, bugs, and humidity are less abundant.

And by the way, the location really is superb. 5 minutes from the Julia Tuttle to head to SoBe, or the I-95 to go South into Downtown, the Grove, or elsewhere. Take the streets and you'll easily get into Little Haiti and Little Havana and the new street-art mecca known as Wynwood.

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Local from Miami

The New Yorker easily outclasses most of the other motels along this strip of Biscayne Boulevard. Whereas most others around here have fallen into a state of disrepair that make them look as if they haven’t been updated since the 1960s, a walk through the New Yorker reveals that it’s been lovingly renovated with a refreshingly modern touch, all while keeping its mid-century trappings intact. In the bedroom I checked out, a picture of Audrey Hepburn hung above the bed, next to which sat a lamp on an art deco-styled side table. The bathrooms were clean, and the pool was flanked by palm trees, just enough to make you forget that you’re mere steps away from one of the busiest streets in Miami. The beautiful Legion Park is right across the street, and a few steps north are several new restaurants. All in all, the New Yorker is a comfortable, affordable place to stay if you’re not looking to venture into South Beach or parts south.

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Local from Miami Beach, Florida, USA

This was a fun little boutique hotel in North Miami. Unlike a lot of it’s neighboring motels, they had a nice 1950s feel that gave the hotel some pizzazz. The building is painted in a white and powder blue color and has a very classic feel. The lobby was small, but the front desk staff was very jovial. There was a chill patio area, which looked like a spot to just hang out and lounge, and there was also a pool with plenty of chairs and tables. The rooms were nice and simple. They had the basics: a flat-screen TV, free Wi-Fi and a comfortable bed. This is a great budget hotel, and while they aren’t located in a super touristy spot like South Beach or Downtown, the hotel is surrounded by plenty of great restaurants, bars and shops. I recommend this place to travelers not wanting to spend a ton and who want to check out some local flavor.

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Local from Miami Beach

This hotel will take you by surprise. Located in the somewhat seedy MiMo district, you wouldn't expect much from this art deco motel-style hotel. The rooms are bright and airy, though scantly furnished. The pool and courtyard is quaint and very old Miami. The staff is extremely accommodating and willing to help you with whatever you need. And though a bit rough, it's a great neighborhood to be in for dining, with tons of great options nearby.

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Biscayne Boulevard is a diamond in the rough, with an emphasis on the rough. The neighborhood is up and coming but still a little seedy. Luckily, there are a lot of hotels in this area hailing from the 50s modern kitsch wave, which reminds me of old Bogart movies. So when I saw the room at New Yorker Boutique Hotel, I was delighted to see a painting of Bogie above the bed. This is the place where he would crawl into the bottom of a liquor bottle and chain smoke like it was his job. Needless to say, the place has it's charms. The rooms are clean but since it's not renovated it smells a bit musty. But, on the plus side, there is a nice pool, and for the price, you get a lot of value for your money, especially compared to other motels in the area.

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Internet Access
  • Internet access
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  • Breakfast service
Parking
  • Free self parking
Accessibility
  • Wheelchair accessible
Pets
  • Pets allowed
Media & Technology
  • Television
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  • Air conditioning
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