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Hyatt House Miami Airport in Miami, FL

Hyatt House Miami Airport in Miami, FL


HYATT house Miami Airport is a well-appointed, centrally located all suite hotel, catering to the business traveler as well as families.  Easy access to and from Miami International Airport and major freeways.  Minutes from South Beach Coral Gables and Downtown Miami.  Near Art Deco, Malls, Zoo, Museums and Parks.


Established in 2007.


Company Info:

Rating: 4.29

Address: 5710 Blue Lagoon Dr, Miami, FL, 33126
  • Mon: Open 24 hours
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Comments (28):

1. Eric T.
I came here with my wife and parents for a 2-night stay.  I initially chose this hotel since we wanted a 2-bedroom / 2-bathroom suite with a kitchen at a good price that wasn't too far from the airport, so this fit the bill perfectly.  The place is pretty clean, plenty of parking, and conveniently located near Publix for groceries.  The kitchen in the suites were nice, with full refrigerator, microwave, utensils, cutting knives, pots/pans, etc.  Unfortunately, we encountered a cockroach, but I think it was probably in the food that we brought back from Publix.  The bathrooms were a bit small, but nothing to really complain about.  Also, the location is not noisy at all, like some other folks mentioned.  The outdoor pool and BBQ area is really nice, and the jacuzzi tub was great!  The free breakfast was also plentiful - Starbucks coffee, eggs, bacon, cereals, yogurt, waffles, etc.  The 24-hour gym was clean and pretty good, too.  Adequate free Wifi.  Kind, friendly staff.  No hassles checking in and checking out.  Excellent value for the price $$.  Would not hesitate to stay again!!

20/04/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
2. Marcy G.
Wonderful staff, great hotel room, even got an upgrade, however the noise level during the night was awful.   I spend the night listening to total strangers and their children talking,flushing toilets and walking around. .Paper thin walls do not add to a restful nights sleep.  You can hear the planes landing  and taking off at MIA. We had a room overlooking the front of the hotel and perhaps that makes a difference. I do not see my self staying there again only because of the noise level, otherwise a nice facility.

23/10/11 | Link | Rating: 2.0
3. Michelle H.
Never mind that the suites are perfect little apartments. It's all about that gym! My god, I've never seen a gym like this in a hotel. There is a full set of free weights, a weight bench, three newer treadmills, two elliptical machines, a spin bike, a recumbent bike (all of these cardio machines are new enough to have the built in television), and most surprising of all is an all-in-one cable machine. Seriously? It's a mini-24-hour-fitness in here because it is open 24 hours, and you're almost guaranteed to have the whole thing to yourself. On top of the complimentary water and towels, you can help yourself to free headphones. They don't totally suck either. There is just enough space to do a decent yoga routine or to stretch out. I had no problem spending a couple hours in there, soaking it up. Yeah, I'm the girl who soaks up good gyms. I would have lounged out at the pool, but it was during the freak freeze. Something about laying out when it's barely 40 degrees out didn't sound fun.

It's a good thing they have a gym like this, too. The breakfast options and complimentary happy hour are enough to make you need it. Sausage and eggs. Waffles. Corned beef hash. Pizza. Nachos. Soups. Antipasto. FIVE GLASSES OF WINE. Yeah, seriously. Have at. The funny thing about these free kinds of opportunities it to watch mankind at its finest. People are born in a barn, I swear.

I'm pretty sure this is the first Hyatt I've ever stayed in, or at least the only one that I can remember, so I can't compare. I could get used to staying in these little suites, though, even if it is a little bit of a drive downtown to the action. Half the fun of that is avoiding the tolls and forcing yourself through surface streets so you can see what else the city has to offer.

I definitely wouldn't hesitate to stay here again.

27/12/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
4. Cat Z.
The hotel is very clean and the king size room is huge!  Love the kitchen and the living room.  Staff is very friendly and helpful.  Came to breakfast with 5 minutes to spare before they close and was expecting left overs or not many choices.  Was surprised to see the eggs and all the choices fully stocked and wasn't rushed at all.  Will stay here again!  The business center has free use of computers and priinter.  Open 24 hours and works way faster than my computer at home!  Loved it.

04/06/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
5. Al P.
Stayed here before a cruise in 2009. Arrived late but check-in was a breeze and staff was good. The room was a 2BDR suite for the 2 of us which could sleep 6. Breakfast buffet is free and very good. The only gripe I have is that the A/C didn't work though the front desk said they would fix it; they tried but no dice. Good thing it was March and not July! We only stayed overnight and the cost was $199+change, a good value for what we had.

30/04/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
6. Emily S.
This is a great hotel to stay at by the MIA airport. The free shuttle to the airport came right away and as soon as we got to the Hyatt House, the front desk staff were very welcoming. We booked a one bedroom suite and the guy at the front desk was so kind and upgraded us to a two bedroom, two bathroom suite for no extra charge. Our suite was huge with a full living room and kitchen besides the bedrooms. I didn't get to use the pool, however it looked very nice. I took advantage of the fitness center at night and the machines were very up to date. Breakfast in the morning was pretty good considering the choices and that it was complementary. They also have a business center with four computers for free of use (two were broken), laundry room, and a little snack shop. Overall, I would recommend this hotel.

08/09/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
7. Andrew C.
I'm a Marriott man. But did I choose that path or was it bestowed upon me because Marriotts often fall within the bounds of corporate approved travel pricing? I'll never be sure.

If you're not staying at a high-frills Marriott (Like the J.W Marriott or a Renaissance...etc) you're not likely going to be anywhere close to anything worthwhile in Miami. All the Fairfields and Courtyards around the area are on the far perimeters of the city. One option was on the last road before the Everglades begin. C'mon now.

Proximity dictated a different place to stay and with that came my first booking ever in the Hyatt chain. Granted, on a corporate travel sites there are going to be some amazing deals not typically available to the general public. I scored one of those deals. $85 a night, for six nights. Hot damn! If you can forgive the proximity to the airport and the short yet necessary drive to downtown or Miami beach, you might fall in love with this hotel and its not-so-bad location.

For starters, the hotel is comprised of multiple suites, rather than typical rooms. Being in a place that kind of feels like it could be a home makes all the difference on extended stays. In our King Suite, we had a couch with flat screen TV and DVD player in the main room, butted up against the kitchen with modern appliances and tons of cook wear, cups, plates, dinner ware...etc stuffed into the cupboards and drawers. In the bedroom was another flat screen, a large dresser, king size bed with end tables and lamps. Our window looked out to the court yard but the view was somewhat blocked by tall palm tress. Score one for privacy, there. From the window in the living room the courtyard was more visible. The bathroom area was definitely spacious with counter tops about 8ft long, directly across from a mirrored sliding glass closet. The toilet and shower were in their own separate room in which we could never figure out if there was a fan installed and if it was on.

The room was definitely comfortable but the rest of the hotel offered plenty of useful amenities as well. They've got a heated pool complete with a light for night time swimming. A jacuzzi, on site laundry and a 24 hour fitness room that is one of the most well stocked I've seen in any hotel, especially at business class.

Complimentary breakfast is served in the guesthouse from about 6am through 9am and the menu rotates daily. And I feel like I should emphasize that this breakfast is pretty amazing for being free. They offer fruits, eggs, hash, bacon, different breads, a ton of different drinks, muffins, salsas, biscuits...etc.  This is an incredibly welcome changed over the static fare at most Marriott's in the same class of hotel. There was not one day where I wasn't able to piece together an awesome breakfast from their offerings.

And the rotating menu continues in the evenings when happy hour is served. This time around you've got nachos, pizzas, veggies, salads, more breads, cookies, soups of the day....etc. And to top of it off, complimentary wine (red or white) served 5 glasses per person per room (that's a shit load of wine, if you couldn't figure that out yourself). After attempting five glasses and falling short at 4, I was pretty buzzed and ended up sleeping for a long while in the room. Granted it's probably Charles Shaw or something but still. Five glasses? Free? No tip? And you're going to give me all this bomb food? Sure thing.

I was working much further north but picked this hotel due to proximity to the city. Miami is a short drive down 7th or if you want to pay the toll of $1.25 you can jump right on the Dolphin Expressway. We drove surface streets into the city and onward to Miami Beach and then took the Expressway back (no toll going east! BOOM!). You're on the outskirts of Little Havana so the Cuban options are definitely abundant and you're generally pretty centralized to a lot of the neighborhoods surrounding Miami.

I loved the stay and being in a hotel like that got me thinking about if I want to jump ship with Marriott and attempt to find more Hyatt properties in my future travels. It would definitely be a worthwhile trade for the added service and amenities that keep drawn out corporate warriors from losing our minds on the road. All in all, this was an incredible introduction into the Hyatt brand and I would not hesitate to stay here again on a return trip. Especially if work is catching the bill.

24/12/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
8. Mike Z.
Stayed here for 2 nights and had to extend our stay for an unexpected 3rd night.   I thought there would be complications but the staff made the change painless.

Rooms were clean and roomy.

04/06/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
9. Ashley P.
I recently stayed here this past week for work travel. I like the fact that this hotel has a more neighborhood feel than some of the larger surrounding hotels. When I arrived to my room the front desk called up to see if everything was satisfactory to my taste.

The breakfast is complimentary in the morning and the prices for this hotel are reasonable. They also have a small gym and free parking which are both accommodating for business travel. There is a Publix supermarket and a Starbucks around the corner and the hotel is very close to the Miami airport and the interstate.

Hyatt Summerfield is also about 15 minutes from south beach and brickel. The accommodations met my expectations and made my business trip very convenient.

11/02/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
10. Helen P.
We stayed there for the very first time for almost 14 days (!!) back in 2007. We will return next month. We're part of the "Hyatt family". Loved the personnel and  manager. He introduced himself to us.  We're looking forward to be back again.

11/03/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
11. Violeta A.
Amazing place! :-) There is  a separate bedroom with one king plush Hyatt Grand Bed™, separate bathroom, spacious closet and TV, a living area with an oversized Cozy Corner sofa sleeper, TV and DVD player, as well as a fully-equipped kitchen! This hotel receives my stamp of approval!

05/08/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
12. Anthony K.
We had to catch a flight early the next morning so we literally walked all of blue lagoon dr, going into each hotel trying to find an available room but kept getting rejected.
We got to the Hyatt suites and were welcomed by friendly staff members. They quickly found us an available suite.
It was just a great suite! 2 bedrooms, 1 with a king size bed and another with 2 double beds - Each with their own bathroom. There was a mini kitchen open to the TV room.
They charged us $200 for the night. We were 4 people so it was $50 each. Considering it was literally last minute. Not so bad!
We also worked out at the gym in the middle of night and sat outside at the terrace.
We had our complimentary breakfast in the morning and took the (free) shuttle bus to the airport.

Overall great experience!! Highly recommended and we will definitely be back!

07/08/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
13. Michele S.
very nice hotel! We had a cruise the next day in FLL and stayed here...great happy hour and Breakfast buffet! Would definitely stay here again! Only bad experience we had is when our shuttle driver from hotel who recommended us a driver to FLL , it didn't work it out too well... I would advice everyone to get a reputable company for shuttle service....

21/01/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
14. Jim G.
Great value for the money.  Stayed at this place the night before a cruise out of port of Miami.  Staff was very friendly and helpful.  Free shuttle from the airport.  Free hot breakfast with a good variety of food. Nice room, which was a suite, had a king-size bed.  When I asked at the desk about getting a cab to the port, the clerk told me they had an arrangement with a van service that we could use.  That cost us only $20,
as opposed to about $40 the taxi would have cost from there.  (Taxi was $30 from The Epic the year before, which is in downtown, closer to the port.)  Also, helpful when I asked about Cuban food.  Suggested a restaurant within walking distance,
which was also very good.  I would recommend this place, and will probably stay here again before future cruises from Miami.  Free wi-fi also...

28/09/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
15. William L.
As a frequent Hyatt traveler, I have seen it all: good and bad. This has probably got to be my worst Hyatt experience ever. Granted, they have not been part of the Hyatt family for very long (neither has the staff), and granted most of the staff appear to be under 25, but they are in dire need of training.

I had prepaid my reservation on Hyatt.com for a king bed. When I checked in there were two desk clerks, one helping a guy in a suit and one helping me. I really scored the wrong one. The clerk helping the suit said things like, "I see you are platinum, thanks for your business" while my guy seemed to fumble around from the beginning. Probably new, I think, so I just stand there, saying nothing, waiting. He then proceeds to tell me that they upgraded me to a suite with 2 double beds. Well, I appreciate the offer, but I am alone and really just wanted a king, be it in a suite or not.

This is where it breaks down. I pull up my reservation on my phone and show the king bed and the fact that my bed type was guaranteed. He says, " but we upgraded you - you should be grateful." I should? Well, I appreciate the thought, but I just want what I reserved and paid for (in advance). "No. We are going to upgrade you. Thats what they did."

I tried to explain that a benefit of my status with Hyatt is guaranteed bed type. He says because they upgraded me, that is what I get. And thus we started going round and round. He never said, give me a second and let me see what I can do. He just keeps arguing with me. Not acceptable.

Then he whips out a "contract" for me to sign. In the 25 Hyatts I have stayed this year (including Park Hyatt's and Regencys) I have never had to sign a contract. With a highlighter he starts ticking off areas to initial and sign. "Initial your name," he says. Why? I ask. I mean, its my name - do you suddenly think I am going to change it and/or say it isn't me? "Its the law. Its a contract." Oh really? I think to myself.

Its clear to me this guy has no clue. I muddle through this the best I can (after his partner stepped in to secure my king bed). I get the keys and off to the room. This is a pretty big property and full of long, ugly, dated hallways. I felt like it would make a good scene for a horror movie.

The room is average. I was disappointed as there are no ice machines, so I had to wait for my fridge to produce them. Perhaps they could leave that feature on. Amenities were average. The bed is not a typical Hyatt bed (or at least it did not feel as such). Not 100% cleaned - some hairs on bathroom floor (I shave my head so I KNOW that they are not mine).

4am: Alarm starts blaring at max volume. Its dark. I am half asleep. The buttons are faded so I cant figure out how to turn it off. I push buttons until it stops. 4:15am: Alarm #2 starts blaring. I unplug it.

Breakfast: I always thought Hyatt House would be better than Hyatt Place but this does not seem to be the case. I added pics of the faux-eggs cheese omelet squares and mini sausages that were served. There were no knives or forks. Several of us wandered around looking, but only spoons. At 7:45am they were out. The food was luke warm. A huge disappointment.

The hotel is a good location. Free wifi. Free Parking. Maybe if staff had some better training things would have gone another direction. Personally, I would NOT stay here again.

06/11/12 | Link | Rating: 2.0
16. Lisa R.
Hyatt needs help. We are vacation club owners and always stay at Hyatt Hotels when traveling.  This facility was the most dirty, run-down hotel we've ever visited. What a disgrace for the Hyatt to have its name on it:  room smelled of mold, the carpet was old, dirty, and lifting up in the hallway, there was a huge stain on the couch, the hallway carpets and walls were dirty. Disgusting and a letter will be sent to corporate.

Update:  Since this information was relayed to the hotel, we received a full refund for our room.

05/09/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
17. Tia P.
Love the Monday - Friday happy hour! Free food, free parking, very clean, and awesome customer service. Kontantinos is the manager who has been there for eight years -- very nice guy! Nice functional business center and fitness room a well. You won't be disappointed!

05/07/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
18. Kunal C.
Stay here for work.  The facilities are great but the room and service make this place amazing.

They have free parking, a smallish workout room, a pool and hot tub.  But the best part is the Monday through Thursday evening snacks with beer and wine.  Complimentary breakfast with just enough to start your day. Plus two grills for your use.  Even more, free wifi that has decent speed.

The rooms are big, with Flat screens in both the living and bed room. Kitchenette is so-so but who needs it.  Clean bathrooms.  The only downside would probably be the lighting.  It definitely needs some more.

The staff is polite and accommodating.  Really the star of a great place.  I recommend it to everyone.

05/05/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
19. Cindy F.
Great place just 2 little things could have made it a 5 star. #1 no fan in the bathroom. Seriously? People smell sometimes, especially my husband, and it's right next to the bedroom. #2 we only had one small wastebasket for the entire apartment. Not even one in the bathroom. A very simple fix.

17/11/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
20. Vanessa L.
My hubby and I decided to try and save a little money on our Miami holiday by not staying on the beach, but instead staying at the Hyatt House by the airport.  Really, we weren't disappointed.  It's super close to the airport, and just about 15 minutes by car from 'A1A, Beach Front Avenue', as Vanilla Ice says.  

There's plenty of free parking and the free breakfast is actually really good....eggs, some sort of breakfast meat, good fruit, lots of donuts, toast, bagels, french bread, etc.  The only time I dealt with the staff was in the mid mornings.  Otherwise, I was in my bikini on the beach, or partying on the strip.  Well the caribbean girl who helped me was nice.

So my commentary from here on is more on Miami-ans in general.  NO ONE at this Hyatt House spoke english.  There were all different types of people, but everyone spoke spanish.  It really didn't feel like I was in the US anymore.  I tried hanging out by our hotel pool, which was a weird experience.  Lots of kids.  The boys wore the little european speedos.  Kinda cute....I guess.  Maybe kinda creepy.  The girls, and I mean young girls 8 or so and under, were all topless.  Little brazilian bikini bottoms and topless????  That was kinda creepers to me.  I know the culture is a little more uninhibited here, but that's just a little too pedo for my tastes.  

Anyway, the staff were all nice.  I really need to work on my spanish before I come back to Miami.

27/01/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
21. Michelle B.
The Hyatt house in Miami airport was a very clean and comfortable stay. The breakfast was so good!! Thank you to the staff and Juan for having excellent customer service.  I would recommend it to everybody!

15/03/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
22. Joe S.
Checked in for one night after arriving on a late night flight from NY. I wanted a nice clean place to stay before heading to Miami Beach early the next morning. I booked a suite for 8,000 Hyatt points. They had a full kitchen (full size fridge/freezer, sink, microwave, stovetop etc....). There was pull-out sofa for the kids with a separate master bedroom for my wife and myself. There were 2 nice flat screen TVs and the bathrooms were nice and clean. My experience was exactly what I expected for an airport hotel. Great value!

21/01/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
23. Brad C.
Since it started off on the wrong foot upon check in and due to a water break.  they sent us to another hotel, which treated us really bad, I called here and they went above and beyond to put me in a better room and always checked on me that I was ok.  they felt bad and made me feel beyond grateful to have a team on my side.  the place was super clean and the breakfast is amazing.  a++++ to your front staff handling this great.

20/11/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
24. Kristine R.
This hotel was awesome! I booked it for a recent surgery at UM and it was just what the doctor ordered. I was upgraded to a two bedroom suite with living area. The room was unbelievably large, literally like an apartment. They offer an extensive free breakfast buffet. The staff is friendly and the hotel is very clean. I would definitely stay here again.

13/08/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
25. Kaylan B.
Stayed here for a couple nights after leaving the worst vacation ever (check my travel by Jen review). It was the pick me up place we needed. They have a shuttle to and from the airport. Each room is like a little apartment. It had a living room with a pull out couch for guests. The closet was bigger than mine is at home. The room was super clean and the kitchen had a bunch of cooking utensils which was great for making dinner. There is a Publix down the road but if you don't  feel like walking, they will go and pick up groceries for you! The bed in the room was huge and quite comfortable. I gave this place 4 stars because we had some problems with them charging me 4 times for 2 nights and the keys get getting deactivated for no reason.
The breakfast was a full breakfast, sausage and eggs, the works! The pool was nice too.
I would absolutely stay here again, it was awesome!

14/01/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
26. Mary J.
Stayed at the Hyatt House for a business trip and I was impressed with our accommodations. The one bedroom suites are roomy with a small kitchenette w/ all the amenities that a basic kitchen has... down to the toaster! My only complaint is that the electric sockets in my bathroom area werent working so I had to blowdry my hair in the livingroom.

Their complimentary breakfast isn't some muffins & coffee offering. They have eggs, bacon, potatoes, cereals, coffee, oj, fruit salad, omlette station, etc to offer. My only complaint here is that the food doesn't stay warm. Also, their bar (which is in the same area as their breakfast) is not a full bar by any means! If you want a real drink then you'll need to find a bar outside of the hotel.

They also offer laundry & fitness amenities, which is super convenient. Super friendly staff too!

Overall, I'd recommend a stay here... very comfy!

23/02/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
27. Paul H.
If you're ever stuck at MIA, because due to weather, why wouldn't you be, stay here.  Great hotel for the money and convenience of being near the airport.

We booked a king sized bed room but ended up getting a two bedroom suite as they had run out of rooms.  Both rooms were clean, beds made, everything you'd expect.  Definitely better than some of the other hotels in the airport area.

Soooo friendly and courteous.  They were very understanding of our frustration at the airport and made our stay extremely comfortable.

We had to shovel food in as we were in a hurry to get to the airport the next morning.  They do offer a full breakfast with custom omelettes made to order.

They offer a shuttle to the airport, but only every 30 minutes on the half hours, so plan accordingly.

06/03/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
28. Nathan C.
Customer service here is great... Beds are comfortable...Free Wifi access... Big rooms... It's a win win situation!

P.S. Eat breakfast from 6:00 to 7:30 am for a great experience

14/02/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0