In the heart of Miami Springs, Aladdin Hotel is close to Miami Jai Alai and Curtiss Mansion. This romantic hotel is within close proximity of Miami Springs Golf Course and Grapeland Water Park.
Make yourself at home in one of the 60 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators and iPod docking stations. Satellite programming along with DVD players are provided for your entertainment. Bathrooms feature shower/tub combinations, complimentary toiletries, and hair dryers. Conveniences include phones, as well as minibars and irons/ironing boards.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Make use of convenient amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access, wedding services, and a television in the lobby.
A complimentary continental breakfast is included.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, a 24-hour front desk, and multilingual staff. Free self parking is available onsite.
It was clean and large.
No transport, adult only, no blanket, sent to the wrong area and the hall was dark in that area. Lighted on the other side. No TV except porno. no radio no clock. This is obviously not a place to go unless you are looking for sex.
No in room WiFi, no windows, room was a cement bunker.
The shower was hot.
Staff was unfriendly, but to be expected when every person coming through the front has a complaint. The owner has cut every expense possible. Mold in shower, floor and walls were dirty, only 2 small pillows on the bed with no blanket or comforter only sheets. We were told (through email) that we could check in at 9am after 24+ hours of traveling. Upon arriving the desk attendant informed us they had no open rooms. We then waited over 2 hours in the lobby for them to clean a room and were told we'd be charged an extra $30 for early check in. During the 2 hours, we heard at least half a dozen complaints but the previous night's boarders. Not a good experience.
I was promised a "boutique" room with amenities like a desk. I called in advance to make sure my late arrival (after 8pm) was not a problem and received a text saying my room was ready for me. When I arrived, I found they had given away my and all other boutique rooms and needed to put me in another kind of room. It was clearly meant for adulterous couples having brief sex or prostitutes. It was behind other buildings and the only entrance was through a private garage (I had no car). The room had no closet, no desk, no table, no chairs, no blankets and no hangers. While they would bring blankets on request, I was told hangers were impossible. So, my conference clothes had to get wrinkled. Only after 15 minutes of arguing and suggesting ways of obtaining hangers, did someone go somewhere in the hotel to obtain hangers. The decor also included a mirror on the ceiling over the bed and otherwise suggested a room meant only for sex. There was also a graphic porn channel on TV that one did not have to request and just appeared when flipping through channels. Almost worst than the lack of conventional amenities was the attitude for quite some time. All promises were "subject to availability." I have stayed in much cheaper hotels but I have never stayed in a hotel with such a terrible attitude, especially by the manager. I was told that the manager was available only from 9-5 and that it was impossible to reach anyone higher up with any power. At some level, I have only myself to blame. I booked the hotel in a great rush. Once I had the terrible service, I went online to discover how many people had similar horrible experiences.
Privacy and ease of access from auto.
Ran out of large danish(?) by 9am. Not much else to eat except yogurt. No tea. Only coffee.
I liked nothing!
When my husband and I first got there, first thing we see is a policeman outside of the hotel patrolling the area of the hotel, (in my opinion that only made me feel ten times more insecure because that means that there is a reason the policeman was there!) and I'm sorry, when I say hotel I really mean "MOTEL".. I kind of feel like they should just change their name to that because it felt absolutely nothing like a hotel, the room didn't feel clean at all, the bed was terribly uncomfortable...my husband and I didn't sleep at all that night because of how unsettling and uncomforting the room was. We should've just stayed at a chain hotel rather than try something new. HUGE MISTAKE.
Comfortable and nice looking in the rooms. The pics are accurate. Very open and romantic. We didn't spend much time in the hotel really just to bathe and sleep. My fiancé and I enjoyed the stay for the most part.
The breakfast is a joke and the staff is pathetic. They don't have enough towels, but I bring my own anyways. If you can get past that the hotel is fine.
Coming from NYC, I liked the concept, it was like living in a penthouse. Relatively clean, have your personal garage for your car. Paid 93/night which was the cheapest on line. 20 min drive from downtown miami/southbeach. Close to little havana, cuban people were nice and friendly. It was relatively quiet when I was there.
Breakfast, dont bother. Coffee and croissants, but you can't take anything out of the room, you have to eat it in front of the staff, which I found weird. This is a place for adults, read the other reviews regarding layout of the rooms. The hotel was designed for romance, so obviously there are people there for that reason only, sometimes there were some shady people, but they did not disturb me. The guests were a mix of people, some are local Miami people and others were tourists from abroad.
The inside of the room is nice. Parking sux...Not enough lighting and long walk to elevators.
Worse hotel ever!!
Drity sheets, bed, & towel. Fake king size mattresse formed by two twin size mattresses swen together. No comforter sheets and was given stained & ripped devet when asked for one.
Theme rooms were pretty cool, but....
They overbooked and left 2 of our party without a room. They weren't even gonna call to find them a place to stay until we demanded it. And the rooms were pre-paid 8 months prior. There was no fitted sheet on the bed, nor was there a blanket.