A Guide To Black-Owned Hotels In Miami, Florida
Black Americans love to travel, and based on new research, we spend more than $100 billion a year on travel alone.
Black leisure travelers, who represent a little over 13% of the U.S. leisure travel, generated over 450 million leisure stays in 2019.
If you’re traveling to Miami, here’s our guide to Black-owned hotels to choose from, according to data from the Blackout Coalition:
Launched in 2019, the Dunns Josephine Hotel is an ode to both the Miami and Harlem Renaissance periods and each guest room is named after or dedicated to prominent Black legends.
Dunns Josephine Hotel
The Gabriel Miami is a striking, modern hotel located in the heart of Downtown. It's surrounded by custom curated art, soothing spa services, and one-of-a-kind dining.
The Gabriel Hotel
This new MiMo style ten-story hotel is the ideal beachfront option, with a prime location on famous Collins Avenue at 63rd Street, only minutes from South Beach.
The Hilton Cabana Miami Beach
Open spaces, open thinking, and open expression abound at Aloft Miami Dadeland, a savvy hotel near many of Kendall, Florida’s most prominent locales.
Aloft Miami Dadeland
The Copper Door B&B was created in the heart of Historic Overtown. The brand focuses on an intimate experience for guests, while featuring chef-driven amenities and local goods.
The Copper Door B&B
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