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My wife and I just stayed a week at the Thunderbird, a 1955 vintage 4 story hotel that is one of the few survivors among dozens that once graced Sunny Isles (most have been torn down to make way for huge, hideous condos). We were...More
Spent 5 nights at the Thunderbird in January. Didn't like room, terrible view of the parking lot and nothing else. Rooms were adequate at best, thread-bare towels and linens, and the extra "resort" fee is a joke! The pool was ok and it was nice...More
We stayed here for three nights prior a 2 week cruise in February.
Rather apprehensive after reading some of the reviews but on arrival we were very surprised. The hotel foyer is quite impressive.
Check in was a breeze, lady on front desk was friendly,...More
Myself and 2 friends stayed in this hotel recently for 3 nights. I found the rooms to be clean and in good condition, the pool was nice and access to the beach is great. I have stayed in worse hotels and paid considerable amounts more....More
We stayed in the Thunderbird for a week pre Caribbean cruise in February. This hotel is a part of a dying breed. It is surrounded by monstrosities, most of which seem to be being built by Donald Trump. The hotel has a decent coffee shop...More
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Don't go near this place. It was a death trap. We had 4 nights booked and left after the second and no refund was made by the hotel or Alpha Rooms who we booked through despite our numerous photos showing the health and... More
Don't go near this place. It was a death trap. We had 4 nights booked and left after the second and no refund was made by the hotel or Alpha Rooms who we booked through despite our numerous photos showing the health and safety issues! Horrid place horrid staff and broken lifts too! Luggage had to be carried up and down flights of stairs.