Miami Beach, Florida, United States
$250 - $500 per night
$1,500 - $2,500 per week
$3,500 - $6,000 per month
Vacation Condo Rental Description:
Seacoast Condominium 5151 Collins Ave Miami Beach Florida. Luxurious Resort Style Condominium in the Famous Millionaire Row. Impeccable Location The building was designed by world famous architect, Morris Lepidus. This unit on the 12 floor # 1219. Has 2 Bedrooms and 2 Bathrooms and is a Direct Beach view from every rooms. Unit fully furniture with Sofa bed. All Tile Floor. Large Living room features sliding glass doors opening onto glass terrace overlooking the ocean. Giant master bedroom suite is Direct Beach views with 2 Comfortable Queen Size beds and honey shade with blackout, Master bath--Dressing room leading to master bath. Second bedroom is Direct Beach view with 2 Comfortable Twin size beds and honey shade with blackout,bathroom,dresses and little desk with a computer, Air conditioned, Three plasma TV set in the Apartment with news DVD player,CD player, stereo and washer and dryer in the same floor .
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(2)-Cancellations will be subject to loss of deposit and any/all payments made prior to your reservation because these properties are not in a hotel. This includes not choosing to stay at the rented property after check-in or any period thereafter during the term of this agreement.(3)- The Tenant or Guests will be responsible for obtaining their own insurance and will hold harmless owner of property on any and all instances, and or occurrences.(4)- Accommodations are professionally cleaned prior to check-in, then again after you check out .(5)-Must sent the names of the people that going with you so that I can fill out the form for the security guard in the front desk.
(1)-The security deposit or advanced rent shall be received no later than Two days or the contract will result void and will be returned to the tenant before or after Departure provided that no damages occurred on the property and if any damage is caused you have to agree to pay more if the damage made cost more than the security deposit.