Experience MiMo's Upper Eastside glamour on a budget at this quaint, boutique property
The New Yorker Boutique Hotel is a safe bet among the vintage MiMo hotels of Miami’s Upper Eastside—which can certainly be hit-or-miss. But this baby blue boutique will have you feeling like Don Draper on a tropical vacation. The rooms were clearly not thrown together in a rush. They are decorated to reflect the neighborhood’s design backbone there’s also a small pool and courtyard in case you need some fresh air. Although the neighborhood is one of Miami’s fastest growing, you’re not an unreasonable distance from downtown and South Beach either—and you’ll save some serious change opting for this location.
Neighborhood: MiMo puts you close enough to Miami's central spots while giving you some pleasant distance from the gridlock. Take a stroll down Biscayne Boulevard to soak in the classic Miami architecture.
Blue Collar: Beloved institution known for Herculean portion sizes
Vagabond Kitchen and Bar: Delicious plates inside the vintage Vagabond Hotel
Sherwood’s Bistro: Local food in a rustic environment perfect for a friends night
Time Out Tip: Want some fresh air? Morningside Park is across the street and a bit south. It's rarely crowded, offers kayak and paddleboard rentals and it's dog-friendly.
|Venue name:||New Yorker Boutique Hotel|
6500 Biscayne Blvd
|Cross street:||at NE 65th St|
|Transport:||Bus 3, 16|
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