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Facility Description: The InterContinental Miami is located at the crossroads of Miami's Business and Arts & Entertainment districts, offering leisure, group and meeting travelers a unique mix of work and play. The luxurious 34-story hotel sits on the shore of Biscayne Bay in the heart of downtown Miami, minutes away from the Brickell Financial District, Port of Miami, and South Beach.
Meeting Facilities - The hotel offers 84,000 sq. ft. of indoor meeting and exhibition space, plus 17,000 sq. ft. of outdoor space. The 35 meeting rooms, including a spectacular Grand Ballroom, are complemented by exhibit and function areas, all conveniently centralized for easy access and flow. Meeting and banquet facilities offer high ceilings, separate registration areas, high-speed Internet access and multiple LED digital art displays for branding.
Accommodations - The 641 luxury guest rooms exude modern luxury and include 34 suites and 55 Club InterContinental rooms. With breathtaking panoramic city and water views of the Atlantic Ocean and Biscayne Bay, the rooms offer spacious marble bathrooms with full baths and separate dressing areas. Club InterContinental guests enjoy club access, breakfast, all-day refreshments and evening cocktails.
Dining & Recreation - Richard Sandoval's Toro Toro offers a twist on the traditional steakhouse experience with its contemporary vibe and Pan Latin plates and pours. In the kitchen, you'll find Table 40 , the city's most exclusive Chef's Table seating up to 14. Light fare is served poolside at Bluewater, while Starbucks is a "to go" choice. The full-service mySpa has 10 treatment rooms and a high-tech fitness center.
Access - The hotel is conveniently located 15 minutes from Miami International Airport, 35 minutes from Fort Lauderdale International Airport and minutes from the Port of Miami, South Beach and Coconut Grove.