Rene was absolutely stellar! If you come to the goodtime hotel it’s a must do exercise class. He starts @ 10am-11am Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. It’s a nice way to start your vacation in beautiful Miami!
Had the best experience at the Goodtime Hotel! The service from the doormen, front desk, bartenders, yoga instructor to housekeeping…everyone was 10 out of 10. Our room was small very cozy and well appointed. The amenities and pool were fantastic! Especially loved the yoga classes with Loreto, she was the perfect way to start our day of relaxation! Would highly recommend this for singles and couples.
No fridge, no ice bin. Main restaurant doesn’t open until 6pm. Pool closes at 7pm?! (Seriously?!) Door to bathroom is just a sliding glass door so there is gaps you can see through. No fan in the bathroom for if you’re pooing. Nice shower head, access to beach lounge chairs, access to bicycles for a couple hours. All in all- wouldn’t come back here.
We visited the GoodTime hotel in August. I was very curious to try a hotel in South Beach and judging from the the reviews here and Instagram pictures, mistakenly booked a 5 day stay at this new establishment. While the place is new, charming, has great decor and is hyper instagramable, be aware they are constantly filming something (we were unable to use the library because they were filming all day, once with Victoria Beckham and someone else another day). The pool was also closed because they were shooting some promotional video, the sign said to come back after 6pm (what a joke). Basically we were confined to stay in our tiny room. Every time we went out, there were guests, camera crew members, and outside people everywhere (chaotic and stressful) + instagram "influencers" galore!! . The place felt more like a club and it should be marketed as an overnight/casual stay type of hotel.. if you end up partying too hard at the pool, then staying here makes more sense... but definitely not a vacation spot. I must say, the staff are very friendly and try their best, but they seem somewhat inexperienced. This is not a place where you can come, sit by the pool and relax, there is always something going on and the common areas are constantly closed to the guests.. why accept reservations then??. I think guest should be made aware in advance that the pool + common areas won't be available during their stay, this is a very unprofessional practice (deceitful). We ended up leaving a day earlier because we could not take it any longer, on our last day my sister had an allergic reaction, I went to CVS pharmacy to get Benadryl and on my way back to the room this camera guy had the audacity to stop me and tell me to wait because they were filming something. That was the last straw, how dare this person tries to prevent me from accessing my room, while I'm trying to render medical help to my sister?? unbelievable! As soon as I got to the room, I looked for another hotel and we left the next morning. The place is cute, the decor is very chic but I should've seen the big red flag when I booked my stay (no refunds). Basically I left the hotel a day earlier, never used the pool and had to spend additional money at another hotel + transportation. Don't get me wrong, they could've not pay me or persuade me to stay there one more day. At least the manager who checked us out was very apologetic and waved the resort fees, because she knew we could not use any of the amenities. This place needs to pick one or the other, hotel or nightclub.. unfortunately, they can't do both at this time. Also, the neighborhood is a bit rough so be careful.…
Had a cousin staying there celebrating an event, could not make it but wanted to send something nice to her room. Concierge was excellent particularly Guadalupe Marin she made it so seamless and easy was very responsive and even followed up after the gift was delivered