Monday, June 1, 2015

Hurricane Safe Hotels in Miami

Hurricane season (June 1st to November 30th) is here again, and our hotel in Miami would like you to know that there’s no concern for safety when you stay with us. Our building is structurally sound and designed to withstand high winds and inclement weather. We are also the closest hotel to the National Hurricane Center, and some emergency services for the Florida Keys even operate from our hotel.

Our Miami hotel offers reinforced exterior and interior concrete walls, floors and roof, even between rooms. The windows are designed to withstand 250 mph winds. We also have full power backup through a natural gas generator, which can provide air conditioning and electricity to the entire, hurricane resistant Miami hotel. Our system cannot run out of fuel, since the gas lines run underground and are not supplied by a tank that would otherwise require refilling. At Comfort Suites Miami, you won’t be kept in the dark during strong storms and other adverse weather conditions, which makes our hotel one of the best hotels in Miami.

A dual benefit to weather-resistant construction and shatter-proof windows is that our hurricane safe hotel in Miami is also sound resistant. You can unwind and enjoy ultimate privacy in your suite as you sleep, dine, surf Online with Comfort Suites Miami’s complimentary Internet access or just spend time with your family, undisturbed. This means that your Miami vacation or business trip will not be disturbed by the sounds that might accompany loud windstorms, thunderstorms and downpours.

Experts Predictions for the 2015 Hurricane Season

The Weather Channel is predicting a hurricane season that's slightly less active than the average, with nine named storms, five hurricanes and one major hurricane this year.

NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) is predicting a quieter-than-normal season with six to 11 named storms, three to six hurricanes, and up to two major hurricanes.

Global Weather Oscillations Inc. (GWO) is going in the opposite direction, predicting that the 2015 Atlantic hurricane season will be the most active and dangerous in at least three years and that the next three seasons will be the most dangerous in 10 years. In 2015, GWO is forecasting 14 named tropical storms, with eight hurricanes and three major hurricanes.


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