Charlotte Sullivan


Mark Roney

Travel & Accomodations

Orienting Yourself!

Our actual wedding and reception will be on Miami Beach, at 91st Street. Miami Beach is the barrier island and stretches 96 blocks, with the Atlantic Ocean on the east and Biscayne Bay on the west. World famous South Beach is--as the name implies--down south at about 10-20th streets.

Miami is the mainland, also bordering Biscayne Bay. Bridges connect the island and the mainland at roughly 5th, 17th, 40th, 72nd, and 96th Streets, so it’s easy to enjoy hotels and attractions in both Miami and Miami Beach.

Flights & Cars

Most of you will be joining us from out of town, and we are so excited to have everyone here! We've selected February 19th as it coincides with President's Day Weekend, and we imagine some of you will have the holiday off. Whether you use that to head back home and recover from festivities or stay and explore Miami is up to you! This weekend also coincides with the Miami Boat Show (one of the largest in the world)!

We recommend making flight purchases as soon as possible since this is peak season for Miami! You can fly into Miami International Airport or Fort Lauderdale. There are plenty of Ubers and Lyfts, and we will work to make logistics to and from the wedding as easy as possible.

Hotel Information

The greater Miami area has about 50,000 hotel rooms, so there’s something for every budget and every taste. Don’t wait to book, however, as our wedding weekend is not only President’s Day but also the Miami International Boat Show!

Miami Beach is the barrier island, and it’s 96 blocks long. We’re getting married near 91st St. The city of Miami is the mainland, just across Biscayne Bay. There’s a bridge at 96th and another at 71st so you can stay either place. Only Miami Beach has, well, the beach, but you can travel to it as it’s public.

Probably best bet is to use and input the dates. The wedding is near 91st Street in Miami Beach, if you want to stay nearby. This will enable you to see all the rates and hotels on a map, in Miami and Miami Beach. Below we’ll try to describe some areas so you can choose where to stay if you don’t know the Miami area..

Surfside/Bal Harbour, the area around our wedding venue, is a quieter area for those who want to enjoy the beautiful beach, the boardwalk, and some of the world’s best shopping/window shopping! We have blocked a limited number of rooms for our group at the Sea View Hotel, which is a quiet, older European style hotel directly on the beach. Discounts for these rooms are 15-30% off the published rate, and must be booked by January 18. To reserve a room in the block, call 305-866-4441 or 1-800-447-1010 and mention the “Roney-Sullivan Wedding Group.”

Surfside/Bal Harbor/Bay Harbor area
Beach Haus Bal Harbor
290 Bal Bay Dr, Bal Harbour, FL 33154•(305) 222-7922

Marriott Residence Inn (use those points!)
9200 Collins Ave, Surfside, FL 33154•(305) 514-3101

Grand Beach Hotel Bay Harbor
9601 E Bay Harbor Dr, Bay Harbor Islands, FL 33154•(305) 604-8666

Grand Beach Hotel Surfside (on the beach)
9449 Collins Ave, Surfside, FL 33154•(305) 534-8666

North Bay Village
North Bay Village is a three-island community situated between the Miami mainland and Miami Beach, linked by a causeway extending across Biscayne Bay from Miami to Miami Beach. Quiet with small businesses and restaurants.
Best Western on the Bay Inn and Marina
1819 79th Street Causeway, North Bay Village, FL 33141•(305) 865-7100

North Beach
Life moves at a leisurely pace in North Beach, which runs from 60th Street up to the town of Surfside. In this largely residential area, you won’t see the Art Deco buildings that characterize South Beach. Instead, the striking architectural style is Miami Modernism (MiMo) architecture. The broad beach is just as alluring – and chances are you’ll have fewer people with which to share it.
The New Hotel (basic but well reviewed)
7337 Harding Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33141•(786) 830-7562

Monte Carlo Miami Beach (also well reviewed)
6551 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33141•(305) 661-3775

Hilton Cabana Miami Beach (points!!)
6261 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33140•(305) 864-6261

Mid-beach (expect Boat Show traffic delays but heart of that action)
Enjoy a combination of “South Beach cool” and “North Beach calm” in Mid-Beach, a central spot in Miami Beach that offers the best of both its beachfront neighbors. This diverse neighborhood between 24th and 60th streets has swanky hotels, stylish restaurants and lounges, its own arts district and, of course, that famous swath of sand that beckons both visitors and locals.
Eden Roc Miami Beach (famous!)
4525 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33140•(305) 520-7197

Fontainebleu Miami (famous!)
4441 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33140•(305) 535-3283

Freehand Miami (hostel style, both shared and private rooms, one of Miami’s best bars, not on beach, good restaurant)
2727 Indian Creek Dr, Miami Beach, FL 33140•(305) 531-2727

South Beach!
Undeniably the most touristy and crowded part of Miami Beach, with a mix of people from all over, Art Deco buildings, and endless nightlife, South Beach is one of a kind. LOTS of hotel options.
Nautilus by Arlo
1825 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139•(305) 503-5700

1818 Meridian House
1816 Meridian Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139•(305) 974-1004

Kimpton Surfcomber (dog friendly, great points)
1717 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139•(305) 532-7715

SLS South Beach Miami
1701 Collins Ave Miami Beach, Miami, FL 33139•(305) 674-1701

In Miami, not beach walkable but lots to do
The City of Miami has lots to offer, from amazing shopping/dining in the Design District to the graffiti-covered charm of Wywood.
Best Western Plus Windsor Inn (up north, closest to venue)
12210 Biscayne Blvd, North Miami, FL 33181•(305) 891-7350

Vagabond Hotel (hip restored motel with great pool scene, in the Mimo Upper East side district)
7301 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33138•(305) 400-8420

Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Miami Wynwood Design District (much more urban)
3450 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33137•(786) 581-0600

Carolyn MacLaren