We stayed here last month (over MLK weekend) on our annual trip to Miami (as well as the 4th stay at this property). In some ways, this was our best stay - certainly with the best room assignment - we were pre-blocked into one of the "Bungalow Kings" which have direct access to the pool from the patio. This was in sharp contrast to last year, when we were given a room in the "old building" section of the property because there was group of food service people in house (which created a very different vibe to the property). Rooms here (with the possible exception of suites) are fairly small with a good chunk of the space given over to the bathroom area. Lighting is pretty dim for those who care And property can be pretty noisy from the "party atmosphere" on Ocean Drive in South Beach. This property is definitely not for children or those seeking quiet relaxation. It is very "adult" oriented - during our stay the couple in the room next to ours - the woman sunbathed topless at the pool and the man wore thong bikinis - not that we've seen such before but this gives you the "flavor" of the hotel. Within the last year, the property contracted / rented out the restaurant to an independent operator. The Diamond breakfast is now limited to the "American Breakfast" with eggs, bacon / sausage / ham, juice, coffee / tea, pastries. Service is really haphazard and poor (although much can be said about the entire South Beach area - especially since tips are usually added automatically on checks). Valet parking is $32 per night but there is a parking lot right behind that charges $25 a night with in / out privileges that used to be the contract for the property. That apparently has changed. I believe that this property is having financial difficulties and there was a period last year when it was rumored that it was leaving the Hyatt family to be an independent.