I will soon have a series of flights including a 13 hour nightly stop in Miami and I'm willing to pay a little more if it means a comfortable bed to sleep in.

Is there any commendable place near (or even inside) the airport where I can have a shower and a room for a reasonable price?

closed as too broad by brhans, Mark Mayo May 14 '18 at 9:08

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  • We probably shouldn't recommend anything, but we can certainly discuss the practical alternatives given the constraints of time and location. – Jim MacKenzie May 14 '18 at 3:05
  • I spent 30 hours in the airport :) Was quite nice and quiet at night, plenty of benches/floor area :) – Mark Mayo May 14 '18 at 5:52

The question is probably to broad, you should define 'near', 'reasonable', and 'comfortable' a bit more specific.

If you look at hostels, you can get several to chose from for under 20 $, most are towards the beaches, about 10 miles from the airport.
If you want a class up, like a Motel 6 or similar, they start around 60 $; some are less than 3 miles from MIA.
Some might have shuttles, or you can Uber or rent a car, and that each costs different.

Weekends and seasons will change that, upwards of course.

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