The Everglades Hotels


Miccosukee Resort & Gaming

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At a Glance


  • casino
  • most modern resort in these parts
  • golf


  • smoky lobby
  • hotel guests find parking lot fills with gamblers
  • feels incompatible with the Everglades

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Miccosukee Resort & Gaming Review

Like an oasis on the horizon of endless sawgrass, this nine-story resort at the southeastern edge of the Everglades can't help but attract attention, even if you're not on the lookout for 24-hour gaming action. The casino occupies the lobby (making for a cigarette-smoky welcome at check-in) and features over 1,900 video machines, 58 poker tables, a 1,200-seat bingo hall, and a separate comparatively smoke-free gaming area. If you get beyond the lobby, you'll find most rooms and suites have a view of Everglades' sawgrass and wildlife. Amenities include a minibar, coffeemaker, and television with pay-per-view movies and games. There's an indoor pool, Jacuzzi, sauna, spa, fitness center, indoor play area for youngsters, a game arcade for teens and tweens, plus Club Egret child care for kids 12 and under. When available, drivers can take you to the Miccosukee Indian Village, area malls, or a 27-hole golf club and tennis courts about 15 miles away.

    Contact Information

  • Address: 500 S.W. 177th Ave., 6 mi west of Florida's Turnpike, Miami, FL, 33194 | Map It
  • Phone: 305/925–2555; 877/242–6464
  • Website:
  • Location: Tamiami Trail

    Hotel Details

  • 256 rooms, 46 suites
  • Rate includes no meals.
Updated: 05-09-2014

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