University of Miami
Hotel Indigo Miami Dadeland is a proud supporter of University of Miami and welcomes Hurricane Fans.
Offering unmatched hospitality and the best boutique hotel amenities, Hotel Indigo is the ideal choice for hotels near the University of Miami. The Hotel Indigo is a unique hotel in South MIami that is located only 3.5 miles from the University (approximately 8 minutes by car), 12 miles from Miami International Airport, and less than one mile from the world famous Dadeland Mall.
Enjoy our Contemporary Guestrooms Styled for Your Needs.
Our Dadeland Miami boutique hotel offers 120 guestrooms designed with comfort in mind. Amenities include oversized beds with plenty of pillows, hardwood floors with area rugs and spa-inspired showers. Aveda toiletries and clock radios with iPod connections add to Hotel Indigo’s commitment to boutique sophistication.
Football is a huge institution at University of Miami, and the Miami Hurricanes are a much-revered team. The University announced in 2008 that all football seasons would be played in Dolphin Stadium, leaving the venerable Orange Bowl after 70 years. The Hurricanes played their last football game at the Orange Bowl in November 2007. Click here for the Hurricanes football schedule.
The University of Miami was chartered in 1925 by a group of citizens who felt an institution of higher learning was needed for the development of their young and growing community. The inaugural class of 560 students enrolled in fall of 1926. More than 15,300 undergraduate and graduate students from around the world call University of Miami home today. With more than 13,000 full and part-time faculty and staff, UM is the also the largest private employer in Miami-Dade County. Citing the institution’s bold and effective leadership and dramatic spurt of new programs and initiatives, the editors of South Florida CEO magazine named the University of Miami its Company of the Year for 2007.
Academics are taken very seriously at University of Miami. Approximately 21,750 applicants competed for 2,000 openings in the fall 2008 freshman class. It is the most selective class in university history, with the highest class rankings, grade point averages, and SAT scores. Nearly half of the new freshmen graduated in the top 5% of their high school class, and two-thirds graduated in the top 10 percent.