F1: Hotel prices skyrocket for Miami GP

While some Miami democrats are less than enthusiastic about the three days of events surrounding the Miami Grand Prix — claiming the sound of cars cruising around a track at 225 miles per hour constitutes “intolerable noise pollution” — hotels are ecstatic.

Faena Suite, Faena Hotel Miami Beach – Cost $120,000 per night

This posh 4,515-square-foot pad in the 5-star Faena Hotel Miami Beach features four bedrooms, six bathrooms and floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the water.

Lanai Oceanfront King Suite, the Ritz-Carlton South Beach – Cost: $8,749 nightly

1,100-square-foot Lanai Oceanfront King Suite.

Palace Suite, the St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort – Cost: $23,000 per night 

2,950-square-foot abode boasts an impressive four balconies to choose from. There’s even one with a dining table that seats 10.

Amplified Penthouse Suite, W South Beach – Cost $30,000 per night

The 2,354-square-foot two-bedroom, 2½-bathroom Amplified Penthouse Suite includes a fully equipped kitchen, indoor and outdoor living areas and a private rooftop pool.

Premier Bay View Suite, Mandarin Oriental, Miami – Cost $8,500 per night

The 1,054-square-foot suites all feature a king bedroom, a living room, a wraparound balcony and a walk-in closet

Presidential Suite, InterContinental Miami – Cost $6,050 per night

Each suite is 3,300 square feet and features a king bedroom, a luxury bathroom (think granite vanity), a kitchenette, a private dining area and a multimedia room.

Penthouse Suite, Kimpton EPIC Hotel – Cost $5,000 per night, 4 night minimum

,100 square feet of urban elegance meets “modern beach palette.” It includes a king bedroom, 1½ bathrooms, a parlor, a dining area and two balconies. There’s also an attached guestroom with a private entrance that the hotel’s description calls the nanny quarters.


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