Guide to Buying a Condo Hotel (Condotel) in Miami - FAQs and More
Jan 02, 2019 January 02, 2019
Miami has been the playground of choice for beach lovers, party goers and tourists in general for ages. The constant demand from people wanting to live and play here makes Miami a natural pick for the concept of condo hotels. Almost every major hospitality brand out there either has one or is in the process of putting a new condo hotel in the city. But, what is a condo hotel? What makes it a good investment? Why would anyone choose a condo hotel over a traditional condo or a timeshare? Find answers to such frequently asked questions and more below in our complete guide to buying a condo hotel in Miami.
- What is a Condo Hotel and How Does it Work?
- Condot Hotels: One Residence, Many Names
- Advantages of Owning a Condo Hotel Vs. Traditional Vacation Condo
- Difference between a Timeshare and Condo Hotel
- Is a Condo Hotel the Right Choice for Me?
- Is Buying a Condo Hotel a Good Investment?
- How to Ensure your Condo Hotel is a Successful Buy?
- Key Questions to Ask Before Buying A Condo Hotel
- Staying in the Hotel’s Rental Program Vs. Managing Without One
- Typical Expenses for a Condo-Hotel Owner
- Can a Condo Hotel be Financed?
- Alternatives to Condo-Hotels for Short Term Rentals
- A List of Condo Hotels in Miami
Condo hotels are typically high-rises operated by hotel brands. These are generally built close to popular vacation destinations. The condo-hotel units are reserved for sale to individuals who would like to own them as a second home or vacation property, and owners then have the option to place their condo in the hotel’s rental program to earn a revenue while they’re away.
Perhaps the best part of buying a unit in a condo hotel is that the owner inherits all of the 5-star amenities, services and luxuries associated with the hotel brand. Typical amenities include signature spa services, fine dining, nightclubs, lounges, lavish pools, room service, concierge desk and housekeeping.
To the average guest, a condo hotel unit might seem no different than a regular hotel suite, but the key difference is that it is individually owned.
A condo hotel goes by many names. It is mostly known as a condominium hotel, hotel condo, and of course, condo hotel in the U.S. Internationally such residences are popularly known as condotels.
Before delving into the details of buying or owning a condo hotel, let’s take a look at the various advantages a condotel owner gets by default:
Hassle-free vacation home with signature hotel amenities. One of the biggest attractions of buying a condo hotel suite as a vacation home is getting access to all the facilities of a full service resort. While housekeeping, room service and a concierge take care of things during your stay, the hotel team or an on-site management company can take over once you’re away.
Hospitality-grade, professional managed rental program. Another great advantage of being part of a brand is that if you put your suite in the hotel’s rental program, you have a professional team with years of sales and marketing experience in the hospitality sector working to your advantage. Not only does your suite get the advantage of a professionally managed marketing team, but also a multi-million-dollar global reservation system keeping your suite in the limelight and generating revenue all year long. This, of course, comes with the hotel getting a share of your revenue.
On the other hand, in case you decide not to use the hotel’s rental program and prefer hiring a third-party management company to do an airbnb for example, you then get to keep a bigger share of the revenue while still enjoying all the leverages and benefits associated with the hotel’s brand.
Income known to offset ownership expenses. Just like a regular vacation condo, a hotel condo too comes with its own set of expenses like monthly fees, maintenance and repairs, short term rental taxes, etc. However, with the hotel’s rental program looking to generate a regular stream of income, many are able to offset the cost of ownership and even book profits on their suite.
Two-fold appreciation. Any kind of property is known to be an appreciable asset. One unique advantage to a condo hotel is that if the image of the hotel brand improves over time that can increase your property rental rates and possibly your property value.
No joint ownership. Unlike a timeshare, wherein several owners get to use the same property as a vacation home, a hotel condo is individually owned.
No fixed time for vacation. Since you do not share ownership of your condotel suite, the concept of time sharing is also ruled out. In a timeshare, co-owners usually agree upon the amount of vacation time they can have on the property, which is typically the same 1-2 weeks a year. However, in a condo-hotel since you are the sole owner of your suite, you get to decide the number of days and times a year you could use your vacation condo (this, is of course, after due consultation with the hotel on blackout dates, if you are enrolled in the hotel rental program).
Easier to resell. The concept of sharing ownership and splitting time with others in itself can be a turn off for many buyers. However, since a condo hotel suite is individually owned, it is has a higher probability of appreciating over time and is easier to resell.
If you answer yes to the following, then a condotel would be the right choice for you:
- You only plan on using it as a vacation property
- You only plan on visiting for a small percentage of the year
- You like the idea of owning a slice of luxury in a world-class hotel brand
- Earning rental income while not using it is a priority
Just like any other investment vehicle, whether this turns out to be a smart pick or not actually depends on your needs and choices. Here are a few elements that impact your return on investment:
- Not all hotel brands are built the same. Your revenue directly depends on your hotel condo’s brand image and management. The stronger the brand value and management, the more you can expect to earn per night. This means it becomes extremely important to choose the right brand in accordance with your investment capability.
- Revenue splits. If you chose to enroll in the hotel’s rental program, keep in mind that you will be splitting revenues with the establishment. This means you could pocket anywhere between 35-60 percent of the earnings, depending on which condo-hotel you choose. However, a 35% cut from a well-established, high-end brand could end up giving you better annual returns than a 60% cut from a weaker brand.
- Projected data limitations. Since developers are only allowed to sell condo hotels as real estate and not investments (according to the Securities and Exchange Commission), you will not be given any data on occupancy forecasts, proposed rates or expected rate of returns for pre-construction projects. However, existing properties can share historical data about earnings, which can give you a fair idea of what to expect.
- No guarantees on occupancy rates or income. Again, since the SEC restricts sharing any kind of projected data, no realtor or developer will commit to any kind of income or rate estimates. Also, your condo hotel earnings will be just as vulnerable to economic or political climate change as the rest of the hospitality industry. So, the only thing one can do to safeguard their investment is to look into the checklist below and ensure a good buy.
Once you’ve decided that a condo hotel is the right choice for you, then do look into the following checklist to ensure that it turns out to be a smart buy as well:
- Good location. Make sure your condo-hotel sits in or near a popular vacation destination or at least in a neighborhood frequented by tourists.
- Strong brand. Brand value is one of the most basic things that will help ensure better marketing, higher occupancy rates and earnings per night.
- Attractive amenities. What’s a hotel without its amenities, right? Make sure that the amenities are at par with what you spend. After all, spending more than a million-dollars should fetch ultra-luxury amenities in a 5-star establishment.
- Solid management. Even the most enticing amenities can turn lackluster without the proper care and maintenance. A solid management should make sure that your suite and the hotel is always in tip-top condition.
- Survey around. Make sure you check out neighboring properties, condo hotels in different parts of the city, the unit itself (if it’s ready), prices of similar condo hotels, etc. before taking a final call.
- Read the fine print. Make sure you know about your association’s fees and rules, any restrictions, details on the rental program, it’s blackout dates and revenue splits. An informed decision is the best decision.
- Ask a lot of questions, especially if it’s your first. This is the only time you have to ask as many questions as you want and clear every doubt you may have. Once you sign the dotted line, there’s little that can be done after.
- How does the hotel’s rental program work?
- Is it mandatory for you to participate in the hotel’s rental program?
- How are rental revenues split? What percentage do you get?
- How long before you come to stay will you have to notify management?
- Are there any blackout dates? (Blackout dates are generally peak vacation times or holidays when your suite is compulsorily blocked for renting out.)
- Is there any restriction on the number of days you can stay/rent out your suite?
- Will you have to stick to the check-in/check-out timing too?
- Is your unit furnished? Is the current furniture in the unit acceptable if you want to place it in the hotel program?
- Who will manage the property? (The hotel team and management team can be two separate entities.)
- When are proceeds distributed?
- How much access will you have to the hotel’s amenities?
- What are your voting rights and how much access will you have to property books and records?
- What if a guest damages the furniture in your suite?
- Can you use the hotel facilities even when not occupying your suite?
- Who is responsible for paying the property tax on your suite?
- Can the condo hotel be financed?
Joining the hotel’s rental program
- You have an experienced sales team, an expert in the field of hospitality, marketing your suite all year long.
- The hotel’s worldwide, multi-million-dollar reservation system is used to market, manage and track rentals. The outreach of such programs is usually immense.
- Besides the hotel’s brand image and marketing techniques, your suite will be listed on the website and sophisticated apps posted by the hotel, making your room more visible and accessible.
- You will have to split a fixed percentage of the revenue with the hotel, which may or may not match your investment goals.
- Blackout dates can be a concern, especially when you wish to spend major holidays or peak vacation weeks in your vacation suite.
Going solo (i.e. Airbnb)
- You can either dedicate your extra time or hire a third party to manage your rentals. We’ll be happy to advise you about some of the best property management companies in Miami to make your search easier.
- You get to keep a lot more of your revenues. If you are not in the hotel rental program, you are typically not required to share your revenues with the hotel.
- You or the company you hire need to be dedicated towards the proper marketing and management of your rentals to generate a steady flow of income.
- You have full control over when you do and do not want to rent out your unit.
Just like a regular condo, your condotel suite entails a monthly association fee that generally covers utilities such as gas, water, electricity, internet, cable TV; common area maintenance; reserves for furniture repair; accrual of future expenses such as room remodeling; management costs; building insurance; and other expenses generally covered by traditional condo fees.
Additionally, you will be responsible for paying insurance (there will be details in the official documents on specifics), real estate taxes and any other unique expenses detailed in the agreement with the hotel operator.
The hotel will be responsible for paying for its costs of operation such as salaries, marketing, reservation systems and other direct hotel expenses.
Yes, plenty of lenders are willing to finance condo hotel units nowadays. However, what’s worth noting is that since banks perceive these units as an investment property rather than a residential property, loan rates and down payment requirements are generally higher. Another reason for higher rates is that lenders assume a greater risk of financing an investment property versus a primary residence, as in, they believe an individual is more likely to default on a payment for an investment residence as opposed to a permanent residence.
Some looking for condo-hotels ultimately simply want to have a vacation condo they can rent out whenever they are not using it. Many condos in Miami and Miami Beach allow for either daily, monthly or seasonal rentals, which can offer a practical alternative to condo-hotels.
To make it easier for you, we put together a list of condos in the Miami and Miami Beach area that allow short term rentals for you.
All in all, condo hotels are a great way to enjoy a fabulous property, located in some of the top tourist destinations of the world, powered by a world-renowned hospitality brand. It also works out to be a great investment opportunity, where the rental income mostly ends up covering regular expenses and still leaves room for profits.
Miami has a huge variety of condo hotels and we’ll be more than happy to pair you with the best fit. Feel free to give us a call at 786-930-4220 or email us at email@example.com to help you with your search for the best condo hotel, or browse through below to get started.
|Condo Name||Address||Neighborhood||City||Zip Code||Property Type||Rental Policy||Year built||Price Ranges||Area (sq ft)|
|1 Hotel & Homes||102 24th St||South Beach||Miami Beach||33139||Condo-Hotel||Daily, only hotel program||2014||$1,170,000 - $5,950,000||866-2,200|
|1010 Brickell||1010 Brickell Ave||Brickell||Miami||33131||Condo||3 months, 2 times a year||2017||360,000-1,578,000||442-2,650|
|1060 Brickell||1050 Brickell Ave & 1060 Brickell Ave||Brickell||Miami||33131||Condo||30 days, 3 times a year||2013||235,000-1,250,000||551-2,238|
|1818 Meridian House||1818 Meridian Ave||South Beach||Miami Beach||33139||Condo-Hotel||1956||$199,000-$370,000||357-816|
|400 Sunny Isles||400 Sunny Isles Blvd||Sunny Isles Beach||Sunny Isles Beach||33160||Condo||90 days min, twice a year||2016||645,000-3,500,000||1,090-3,140|
|5600 Collins||5600 Collins Ave||Mid Beach||Miami Beach||33140||Condo||30 day minimum||1969||269,000-799,900||930-1,750|
|8000 Condo||8000 Harding Ave||North Beach||Miami Beach||33141||Condo||30 days||contact us|
|ABAE (1215 on West)||1215 West Ave||South Beach||Miami Beach||33139||Condo-Hotel||Daily, only hotel program||2016||299,000-425,000||442-504|
|Acqualina Ocean Residences||17875 Collins Ave and 17885 Collins Ave||Sunny Isles Beach||Sunny Isles Beach||33160||Condo||90 days minimum||2008||$1,999,000 - $6,990,000||2,031-5,775|
|Akoya||6365 Collins Ave||North Beach||Miami Beach||33141||Condo||30 day minimum, weekly apparently allowed||2005||225,900-2,100,000||260-1,761|
|Alden Hotel Condo||2925 Indian Creek Dr||Mid-Beach||Miami Beach||33140||Condo-Hotel||2004||189,900-189,900||288|
|Artecity Governor||432 21st St||South Beach||Miami Beach||33139||Condo||30 days, 12 times a year||2012||259,000-2,975,000||579-3,382|
|Aventura Beach Club / Marco Polo Residences||19201 Collins Ave||Sunny Isles Beach||Sunny Isles Beach||33160||Condo||Daily||1966||$84,000 - $265,000||360-680|
|Barbizon Beach Club||530 Ocean Dr||South Beach||Miami Beach||33139||Condo||Daily||contact us|
|Bayshore Yacht & Tennis Club||7904 West Dr||North Bay Village||North Bay Village||33141||Condo||Daily||1963||119,900-175,000||386-647|
|Bel-Air on the Ocean||6515 Collins Ave||North Beach||Miami Beach||33141||Condo||30 days, 12 times a year||2005||425,000-850,000||667-1,128|
|Bentley Beach Hilton||101 Ocean Dr||South Beach||Miami Beach||33139||Condo-Hotel||Daily||2004||$665,000 - $1,090,000||515-640|
|Biscayne Beach||2900 NE 7th ve||Edgewater||Miami||33137||Condo||No minimum, but can't rent more than twice a year||2016||440,000-9,900,000||790-8,434|
|Boulan||220 21st St||South Beach||Miami Beach||33139||Condo-Hotel||2010||$769,000-$769,000||1025|
|Brickell Flatiron||1001 S Miami Ave||Brickell||Miami||33130||Condo||30 days minimum||2019||430,000-2,050,000||737-2,592|
|Brickell Heights East||45 SW 9th St||Brickell||Miami||33130||Condo||30 days, 3 times a year||2017||320,000-1,900,000||620-2,543|
|Brickell Heights West||55 SW 9th St||Brickell||Miami||33130||Condo||30 days, 12 times a year||2017||329,900-1,999,000||592-2,366|
|Brickell Ten||1010 SW 2nd Ave||Brickell||Miami||33130||Condo||90 day minimum||2016||297,000-1,020,000||722-1,735|
|BrickellHouse||1300 Brickell Bay Dr||Brickell||Miami||33131||Condo||30 day minimum, 12x||2015||239,000-6,500,000||362-7,585|
|Bristol Condo||1350 Pennsylvania Ave||South Beach||Miami Beach||33139||Condo||30 day minimum, 12 times a year||contact us|
|Canvas||1600 NE 1st Ave||Arts & Entertainment District||Miami||33132||Condo||30 days||2019||295,000-640,000||620-1,110|
|Carillon Resort and Condo (Center Tower)||6801 Collins Ave||North Beach||Miami Beach||33141||Condo-Hotel||Daily ok||2010||$425,000 - $1,950,000||662-1,285|
|Carlyle Deco Hotel||1250 Ocean Dr||South Beach||Miami Beach||33139||Condo-Hotel||Daily ok||1941||$749,999-$772,500||1,046-1,387|
|Carriage Club North||5005 Collins Ave||Mid-Beach||Miami Beach||33140||Condo||30 days, 12 times a year||1964||309,900-739,000||938-1,433|
|Casa Grande||834 Ocean Dr||South Beach||Miami Beach||33139||Condo-Hotel||1923||contact us|
|Casablanca||6345 Collins Ave||North Beach||Miami Beach||33141||Condo-Hotel||Daily ok||1948||$190,500 - $239,000||320-350|
|Castle Beach Club||5445 Collins Ave||Mid-Beach||Miami Beach||33140||Condo||No restrictions||1966||179,900-1,490,000||330-2,070|
|Centro||151 SE 1st St||Downtown Miami||Miami||33131||Condo||30 day minimum||2016||199,000-600,000||430-1,173|
|Cite on the Bay||2000 N Bayshore Dr/2001 Biscayne||Edgewater||Miami||33137||Condo||30 day minimum||2007||247,000-575,000||713-1,476|
|Congress Hotel - Strand Condo||1024-1060 Ocean Dr||South Beach||Miami Beach||33139||Condo-Hotel||No restrictions||2005||$379,000 - $720,000||451-729|
|Conrad Mayfield||1395 Brickell Ave||Brickell||Miami||33131||Condo-Hotel||2008||$280,000 - $1,549,000||729-2,082|
|David William||700 Biltmore Way||Coral Gables||Coral Gables||33134||Condo-Hotel||1963||$149,000 - $432,600||420-1,086|
|Decoplage||100 Lincoln Rd||South Beach||Miami Beach||33139||Condo||30 day minimum||1965||260,000-2,100,000||515-1,490|
|Edge on Brickell||55 SW Miami Ave Rd||Brickell||Miami||33130||Condo||2022||contact us|
|Eloquence on the Bay||7928 East Dr||North Bay Village||North Bay Village||33141||Condo||30 days, 12 times a year||2009||315,000-1,600,000||828-3,292|
|Emilia Edgewater||481 NE 29th St||Edgewater||Miami||33137||Condo||Daily, no restrictions||2016||249,000-469,000||641-853|
|Empire Condo||750 Collins Ave||South Beach||Miami Beach||33139||Condo-Hotel||Daily||contact us|
|Epic||200 Biscayne Blvd.||Downtown Miami||Miami||33131||Condo||30 x 12 for furnished / 180 x 2 for unfurnished||2012||$380,000 - $3,000,000||799-3,362|
|Estates at Acqualina||17901 Collins Ave||Sunny Isles Beach||Sunny Isles Beach||33160||Condo||90 days minimum, 4 times a year||2019||$4,100,000-36,000,000||2,908-5,148|
|Faena Hotel Residences||3201 Collins Ave||Mid-Beach||Miami Beach||33140||Condo-Hotel||Daily ok||contact us|
|Fairview House||17500-17600 Collins Ave||Sunny Isles Beach||Sunny Isles Beach||33160||Condo||30 or 90||1980||299,000-475,000||800-1,320|
|Flamingo||1500 Bay Rd||South Beach||Miami Beach||33139||Condo||30 day minimum||2010||199,000-1,250,000||454-2,029|
|Fontainebleau II Tresor||4441 Collins Ave||Mid-Beach||Miami Beach||33140||Condo-Hotel||2008||$669,000 - $3,200,000||491-1,557|
|Fontainebleau III Sorrento||4391 Collins Ave||Mid-Beach||Miami Beach||33140||Condo-Hotel||2008||$632,000 - $7,900,000||521-3,300|
|Fortune House||185 Southeast 14th Terrace||Brickell||Miami||33131||Condo-Hotel||Daily ok||1998||$239,000 - $410,000||640-950|
|Fountainebleau||4441 Collins Ave||Mid Beach||Miami Beach||33140||Condo-Hotel||Daily?||2008||669,000-3,200,000||491-1,557|
|Four Seasons Residences Brickell||1435 Brickell Ave||Brickell||Miami||33131||Condo-Hotel||Daily ok||2013||329,000-25,000,000||611-8,803|
|Golden Bay Club||17050 N Bay Rd||Sunny Isles Beach||Sunny Isles Beach||33160||Condo||90 days minimum, 4 times a year||contact us|
|Gran Paraiso||480 Ne 31 St||Edgewater||Miami||33137||Condo||30 days min, 3 times a year||2018||770,000-2,000,000||1,062-2,246|
|Grand||1717 N Bayshore Dr||Edgewater||Miami||33132||Condo||Daily ok||1986||1,800-2,500,000||985-4,014|
|Hampton on Washington Ave||710 Washington Ave||South Beach||Miami Beach||33139||Condo||30 days||contact us|
|Hyde||3401 NE 1st Ave||Midtown||Miami||33137||Condo||30 day minimum||2017||364,900-1,600,000||700-1,353|
|Icon Brickell III (W Miami)||485 Brickell Ave||Brickell||Miami||33131||Condo-Hotel||No restrictions||2011||$345,000 - $780,000||495-1,459|
|Jade Brickell||1331 Brickell Bay Dr||Brickell||Miami||33131||Condo||3 months, 4 times a year||2006||380,000-6,000,000||895-4,015|
|King David||17555 Atlantic Blvd||Sunny Isles Beach||Sunny Isles Beach||33160||Condo||90 day minimum||2005||$379,000-700,000||1,200-1,449|
|La Perla||16699 Collins Ave||Sunny Isles Beach||Sunny Isles Beach||33160||Condo||12 times a year, not sure if 30 day min or less||2005||260,000-1,250,000||352-1,1715|
|Latitude on the River||185 SW 7th St||Brickell||Miami||33130||Condo||90 days, 4 times a year||2008||219,500-540,000||580-1,486|
|Le Cartier||201 178th Dr||Sunny Isles Beach||Sunny Isles Beach||33160||Condo||1 day or 7 days, not sure||1972||215,000-315,000||757-907|
|Le Laurier||17800 N Bay Rd||Sunny Isles Beach||Sunny Isles Beach||33160||Condo||30 day minimum, 12 times a year||1992|
|Loft Downtown I||234 NE 3rd Street||Downtown Miami||Miami||33132||Condo||30 days, 12 times a year||2006||187,000-350,000||625-1,185|
|Loft Downtown II||133 NE 2nd Ave||Downtown Miami||Miami||33132||Condo||30 days, 12 times a year||2008||189,000-420,000||637-1,153|
|M Resort Residences||18683 Collins Ave||Sunny Isles Beach||Sunny Isles Beach||33160||Condo-Hotel||Daily||2005||$384,900 - $1,050,000||688-1,497|
|Marbella Tower||200 178th St||Sunny Isles Beach||Sunny Isles Beach||33160||Condo||7 or 30 days, not sure||1976||$229,000-395,000||1,000-1,310|
|Marenas Beach Resort||18683 Collins Ave||Sunny Isles Beach||Sunny Isles Beach||33160||Condo-Hotel||Daily||2005||$380,000-$1,050,000||688-1,497|
|Marina Bay Club||18100 N Bay Rd||Sunny Isles Beach||Sunny Isles Beach||33160||Condo||2002||$470,000 - $650,000||1,150-1,414|
|Midblock||3250 NE 1st Ave||Midtown||Miami||33137||Condo||Daily ok||2014||265,000-494,900||726-1,269|
|Mondrian||1100 West Ave||South Beach||Miami Beach||33139||Condo-Hotel||Daily ok||2008||$3,000 - $870,000||477-1,190|
|Monterrey||1611 Meridian Ave||South Beach||Miami Beach||33139||Condo||30 days||contact us|
|Mosaic||3801 Collins Ave||Mid Beach||Miami Beach||33140||Condo||90 day minimum||2009||1,150,000-4,150,000||1,212-3,331|
|Mutiny Park||2889 McFarlane Rd||Coconut Grove||Coconut Grove||33133||Condo-Hotel||Daily ok||2001||$440,000 - $799,000||686-1,183|
|MyBrickell||31 SE 6th St||Brickell||Miami||33131||Condo||30 days, 12 times a year||2014||205,000-520,000||545-1,195|
|Nautica||5870 Indian Creek Dr||Mid-Beach||Miami Beach||33140||Condo||30 days, 12 times a year||2004||499,000-588,000||1,386-1,522|
|Newport Beachside||16701 Collins Ave||Sunny Isles Beach||Sunny Isles Beach||33160||Condo-Hotel||1966||$22,500-$22,500||360|
|Nine at Mary Brickell||999 SW 1st Ave||Brickell||Miami||33130||Condo||30 day minimum, 12 times a year||2015||330,000-1,200,000||694-1,903|
|Ocean Manor||4040 Galt Ocean Dr||Fort Lauderdale||Fort Lauderdale||Condo-Hotel||Daily ok (condo-hotel)||contact us|
|Ocean Place||225 Collins Ave||South Beach||Miami Beach||33139||Condo||Weekly?||2004||$449,000-1,400,000||723-1,362|
|Ocean Point Beach Club||17375 Collins Ave||Sunny Isles Beach||Sunny Isles Beach||33160||Condo-Hotel||Daily if in hotel program, or if not in hotel program, then 3 months (6 months max), 3 times a year||2001||$344,900 - $1,250,000||930-1,900|
|Ocean Reserve||19370 Collins Ave||Sunny Isles Beach||Sunny Isles Beach||33160||Condo||Daily if unit registered for short term rentals||1972||$259,000-500,000||1,005-1,665|
|Ocean Spray||4130 Collins Ave||Mid-Beach||Miami Beach||33140||Condo-Hotel||1936||$167,000-$249,000||214-269|
|Ocean Villas||3710 Collins Ave||Mid-Beach||Miami Beach||33140||Condo||Daily||contact us|
|Ocean Walk on South Beach||335 Ocean Dr||South Beach||Miami Beach||33139||Condo||1939||$219,000 - $545,000||200-450|
|Oceanfront Plaza||2625 Collins Ave||South Beach||Miami Beach||33140||Condo||90 day minimum||1980||$417,000-625,000||1075-1093|
|Okan Tower||555 N. Miami Ave||Downtown||Miami||33136||Condo-Hotel||Daily||2021||contact us|
|Olsen Hotel Condo||7300 Ocean Terrace||North Beach||Miami Beach||33141||Condo-Hotel||1940||contact us|
|One Hotel & Homes||102 24th St||South Beach||Miami Beach||33140||Condo-Hotel||Daily||2014||1,170,000-8,900,000||866-3,278|
|One Miami||335 and 325 S Biscayne Blvd||Downtown Miami||Miami||33131||Condo||30 days||2006||225,000-999,000||507-1,792|
|One Paraiso||3131 Ne 7th Ave||Edgewater||Miami||33137||Condo||30 days min, 3 times a year||2017||749,900-5,450,000||1,124-3,619|
|Opera Tower||1750 N Bayshore Dr||Edgewater||Miami||33132||Condo||Daily ok 305-503-0510||2011||199,000-1,199,000||401-2,096|
|Paraiso Bay||650 Ne 32nd St||Edgewater||Miami||33137||Condo||30 days min, 3 times a year||2018||498,000-3,500,000||915-4,210|
|Paraiso Bayviews||501 NE 31 St||Edgewater||Miami||33137||Condo||30 days min, 12 times a year||2017||349,999-1,615,900||247-2,551|
|Paramount Bay||2020 N Bayshore Dr||Edgewater||Miami||33137||Condo||90 day minimum||2012||549,000-1,890,000||1,128-1,708|
|Peloro||6620 Indian Creek Dr||North Beach||Miami Beach||33141||Condo||30 days, 12 times a year||2016||360,000-990,000||652-1,260|
|Pinnacle||17555 Collins Ave||Sunny Isles Beach||Sunny Isles Beach||33160||Condo||90 days, 4 times a year||1998||$279,000-4,499,000||1,590-4,500|
|Plaza Brickell||950 Brickell Bay Dr||Brickell||Miami||33131||Condo||30 day minimum, 12x||2008||259,000-800,000||628-1,398|
|Porto Bellagio||17100-17150 N Bay Rd||Sunny Isles Beach||Sunny Isles Beach||33160||Condo||120 days, 3 times a year||2003||$259,000-575,000||645-1,353|
|Q Club (Hilton)||505 N Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd||Fort Lauderdale||Fort Lauderdale||Condo-Hotel||Daily ok (condo-hotel)||contact us|
|Residences at the Miami Beach Edition||2901 Collins Ave||Mid-Beach||Miami Beach||33139||Condo||2014||$3,300,000+|
|Ritz Carlton Bal Harbour||10295 Collins Ave||Bal Harbour||Bal Harbour||33154||Condo-Hotel||2008||$495,000 - $5,900,000||510-3,317|
|Ritz Carlton Coconut Grove||3300, 3340, 3350 and 3400 SW 27 Ave||Coconut Grove||Coconut Grove||33133||Condo-Hotel||2001||$465,000 - $1,850,000||936-4,000|
|Roney Palace||2301 Collins Ave||South Beach||Miami Beach||33139||Condo||30 day minimum||2015||354,900-2,275,000||600-1,640|
|Royal South Beach||763 Pennsylvania Ave||South Beach||Miami Beach||33139||Condo||Daily||contact us|
|Sands Pointe||16711 Collins Ave||Sunny Isles Beach||Sunny Isles Beach||33160||Condo||30 or 60 or 90, not sure||1998||$684,000-1,980,000||1,730-2,120|
|Seacoast 5151||5151/5161 Collins Ave||Mid Beach||Miami Beach||33140||Condo||30 day minimum, 12x (but owners have been renting weekly/possibly daily)||1967||349,900-1,500,000||910-3,127|
|Setai||2001 Collins Ave||South Beach||Miami Beach||33139||Condo-Hotel||Daily||2005||$1,499,000 - $8,300,000||767-2,558|
|Shelbourne||1801 Collins Ave||South Beach||Miami Beach||33139||Condo-Hotel||Daily?||1940||$375,000 - $1,200,000||220-940|
|SLS Brickell||1300 S Miami Ave||Brickell||Miami||33130||Condo||Daily ok for the condo-hotel units||2017||375,000-1,890,000||570-2,084|
|SLS Lux||801 S Miami Ave||Brickell||Miami||33131||Condo||3 months, 3 times a year||2018||427,900-6,200,000||485-3,173|
|Smart Brickell (pre-construction)||243-245 SW 9th St||Brickell||Miami||33130||Condo||Daily, but only 24 times a year||2020||contact us|
|Sole||17315 Colins||Sunny Isles Beach||Sunny Isles Beach||33160||Condo-Hotel||Daily ok (condo-hotel)||2007||279,000-1,100,000||644-1,201|
|St Regis Center Tower||9703 Collins Ave||Bal Harbour||Bal Harbour||33154||Condo-Hotel||30 day minimum (the north and south towers are 6 months, just FYI)||2012||2,175,000-10,950,000||1,261-3,912|
|St Tropez||150-250 Sunny Isles Blvd||Sunny Isles Beach||Sunny Isles Beach||33160||Condo||30 or 90, not sure, I believe it's 90||2009||580,000-1,990,000||1,447-3,275|
|Sunshine Bay||1441 Lincoln Rd||South Beach||Miami Beach||33139||Condo||30 days||contact us|
|Terra Beachside||6000 Collins Ave||Mid Beach||Miami Beach||33140||Condo||Flexible, short term ok||2010||$365,000-935,500||1,011-2,049|
|The Alexander||5225 Collins Ave||Mid Beach||Miami Beach||33140||Condo-Hotel||30 day minimum, 12x||1962||$439,000 - $950,000||960-1,490|
|The Bogart||700 16th St||South Beach||Miami Beach||33139||Condo||Daily ok apparently||contact us|
|The Bond on Brickell||1080 Brickell Ave||Brickell||Miami||33131||Condo||30 day minimum, 12 times a year||2016||314,000-1,599,000||506-2,236|
|The Club at Brickell||1200 Brickell Bay Dr||Brickell||Miami||33131||Condo||Daily ok||2014||198,500-455,000||425-1,245|
|The Collins||6917 Collins Ave||North Beach||Miami Beach||33141||Condo||30 day minimum||1969||313,000-1,060,000||806-1,238|
|The Crimson||601 NE 27th St||Edgewater||Miami||33137||Condo||90 day minimum||2016||$349,000-1,375,000||764-2,100|
|The Mark||1155 Brickell Bay Dr||Brickell||Miami||33131||Condo||30 day minimum, 12x||2001||299,000-1,799,000||750-1,940|
|The Mercury||100 Collins Ave||South Beach||Miami Beach||33139||Condo||Daily ok||1921||$274,000-$825,000||430-766|
|The Mutiny||2951 S. Bayshore Dr||Coconut Grove||Coconut Grove||33133||Condo-hotel||Daily ok||1998||$299,000-595,000||620-960|
|The Pavilion||5601 Collins Ave||Mid Beach||Miami Beach||33140||Condo||30 day minimum, 12x (but owners have been renting weekly/possibly daily)||1968||295,000-630,000||910-1,460|
|The Sails Condo||1401 Bay Dr||South Beach||Miami Beach||33139||Condo||30 days, 12 times a year||contact us|
|The Surf Club Four Seasons||9011-9111 Collins Ave||Surfside||Surfside||33154||2016||$3,725,000 - $15,995,000||2,024-5,822|
|Tower 41||4101 Pine Tree Dr||Mid Beach||Miami Beach||33140||Condo||Daily||1974||contact us|
|Triton Tower||2899 Collins Ave||South Beach||Miami Beach||33139||Condo||90 days||contact us|
|Trump International||18001 Collins Ave||Sunny Isles Beach||Sunny Isles Beach||33160||Condo-Hotel||daily ok||2013||$260,900 - $1,595,000||457-1,478|
|Trump Tower I||16001 Collins Ave||Sunny Isles Beach||Sunny Isles Beach||33160||Condo||30 or 90, not sure||2008||$500,000-3,700,000||1,435-2,955|
|Trump Tower II||15901 Collins Ave||Sunny Isles Beach||Sunny Isles Beach||33160||Condo||30 or 90, not sure||2009||$195,000-$2,599,000||300-2,928|
|Trump Tower III||15811 Collins Ave||Sunny Isles Beach||Sunny Isles Beach||33160||Condo||30 or 90, not sure||2010||$500,000-2,625,000||1,463-2,928|
|Trump Towers||16001 Collins||Sunny Isles Beach||Sunny Isles Beach||33160||Condo||90 day minimum||2008||500,000-3,700,000||1,435-2,955|
|Vizcayne||244 Biscayne Blvd & 253 NE 3rd St||Downtown Miami||Miami||33132||Condo||3 month minimum||2011||208,990-2,350,000||506-3,281|
|W Hotel South Beach||2201 Collins Ave||South Beach||Miami Beach||33139||Condo-Hotel||Daily ok||2009||$915,000-12,500,000||490-2,960|
|Waldorf Astoria||300 Biscayne Blvd||Downtown||Miami||33132||Condo-hotel||Daily ok||2020||contact us|
|Waverly at Surfside Beach||9201 Collins Ave||Surfside||Surfside||33154||Condo||90 days||2003||$535,000-925,000||930-1,323|
|YotelPad||227 NE 2nd St||Downtown||Miami||33132||Condo-Hotel||Daily ok||2020||contact us|
|Z Ocean Hotel||1437 Collins||South Beach||Miami Beach||33139||Condo-Hotel||No restrictions||2007||$309,000-445,000||500|