A South Beach icon built by famed architect Albert Anis in 1938, Clevelander Hotel is truly the place to be if you want to stay at the center of it all.

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Ian Saul 17/04/2018
This is specifically for the rooftop bar and lounge area, during Miami Music Week. Well laid out area, good views of the sand and strip, exceedingly friendly door security guards and servers. Prices were not at all unreasonable. Slight confusion with the unisex bathroom and a female attendant, but it really is unisex with fully enclosed doors. I would certainly consider staying here in the future.
Jeremy Odland 11/04/2018
We stayed here last week as a bachelor party. It could not have gone better! The staff was amazing from check in to check out. We needed to be addressed by the staff a few times for things like noise and having glass around but the manner in which they did was amazing. It made us want to be more respectful and top to the bottom this experience was incredible. Thanks Clevelander and we will definitely be back!
Ahmed E 14/03/2018
Food: Had three random items here. Pretzels, onion rings ($8), and Buffalo chicken sliders ($13). All were very, very good, especially the onion rings. Drinks: Great and priced moderately, but they have pretty good happy hour drink prices which offsets it slightly. Location: Excellent. On ocean Ave, heart of the strip. Parking is a bitch Staff: Everyone was extremely nice. Scene: Younger crowd to mid 30s
Jeff Lendvay 21/02/2018
Drinks are a little sweet, but great atmosphere. Didn't stay there, but went there on a Friday night to dance. DJ played popular hip hop from the 90s- on, playing to the crowd of mostly tourists and casual music fans. Who doesn't like to be able to sing along like that every once in awhile?
Ian Ferow 19/02/2018
I only spent some time in the pool/patio area. Fun outdoor atmosphere on the patio, with good music. Drinks are priced at what you'd expect for South Beach. Drinks hovered in the $8-14 range. Could be worse but for the trend factor of this place, it's fairly expected. Servers and bartenders were friendly If you want to hit the sand, it's about a 5 minute walk and fairly easy to get to.