An oldie but goodie along the NW 36 St hotel row on Miami International Airport’s north side. Spent Christmas weekend here, uneventful and quiet. No problems from pleasant staff during check-in and check-out.
Was in room 201 facing sidewalk and under staircase, even there noise was minimal. Microwave and mini-fridge included in large clean room. A delight parking behind hotel. Daily maid service even on Christmas day, that was unexpected.
Walkable Miami Springs neighborhood behind hotel is nice and quiet older area, golf course about two blocks from hotel. One bus line and several eateries along NW 36th Street. Burger King, a lounge, gas station and a laundromat directly across from Parkway Inn. WiFi worked fine.
Came in just before 10 yesterday morning, just in time for their $5.95 breakfast special. Was instantly guided to a table when walking in, the morning rush was apparently over.
All wood interior with Florida-themed artwork adds to the Old Florida fishing village atmosphere, quite nice
Got two scrambled eggs and two sausage patties plus home fries in about five minutes. Along with that you get two decent size pancakes. Coffee cup reloaded three times by gracious friendly staff.
This was the only restaurant along the downtown waterfront, at the corner of Indian River Drive and Seaway Drive.
This convenient store is just east of I-95 exit 129 on State Road 70. There is an Applebee’s next door that stays open late. RV’s are quite welcome here, there were at least a dozen when I stopped here recently.
It was quite busy the evening I showed up so the lines were a bit long, but moved along steadily. Good experience here.