Hotels in Miami Beach, Tampa Area Reopen Post-Irma

Miami Beach

Hotels in Florida are continuing to reopen after the damage Hurricane Irma caused to the state last week.

The Miami Beach Visitor and Convention Authority reports that the following hotels have reopened:

  • Dream South Beach, 1111 Collins Avenue
  • Delano, 1685 Collins Avenue
  • SLS South Beach, 1701 Collins Avenue
  • The Betsy Hotel, 1440 Ocean Drive
  • The Setai, Miami Beach, 2001 Collins Avenue
  • Soho Beach House, 4385 Collins Avenue
  • Fontainebleau Miami Beach, 4441 Collins Avenue
  • Loews Miami Beach Hotel, 1601 Collins Avenue
  • Freehand Miami, 2727 Indian Creek Drive
  • Gale South Beach, 1690 Collins Avenue
  • Shelborne South Beach, 1801 Collins Avenue
  • The Redbury, 1776 Collins Avenue
  • The Confidante Miami Beach, 4041 Collins Avenue

Floridas Streamsong Resort, which is an hour east of Tampa, has also announced that full resort operations are now available for reservations, including the Streamsong Blue and Streamsong Red golf courses, the 228-room Streamsong Lodge and Clubhouse, meeting space and special event venues, four restaurants, sporting clays, guided bass fishing and the AcquaPietra Spa.

The grand opening of the resorts third golf course, Streamsong Black, and its new clubhouse, including the new Bone Valley Tavern restaurant, remains on schedule for Friday, September 29, the resort reports.

Other Florida hotels that have reopened include the Royal Blues Hotel in Deerfield Beach; the Ponte Vedra Inn and Club and Ponte Vedra Lodge & Club in Ponte VedraThe Ritz-Carlton, Amelia Island in Amelia Island; and The Ritz-Carlton, Bal Harbour in Bal Harbour. 

The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach is set to reopen October 6. 

 A number of other Florida hotels and resorts reopened post-Irma last week and over the weekend.

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