Our Top 10 Miami Hotels
The Setai Miami Beach covers every type of travel, from romantic getaways to seasonal escapes. The Setai features an artful design fitting its South Beach Art Deco neighborhood. The landmark Art Deco building was built between 1936 and 1938 as the famed Dempsey Vanderbilt Hotel. Adjacent to the hotel is the 40-story glass residential tower that features The Ocean Suites at The Setai, Miami Beach. Enjoy one of the hotel’s three infinity pools, relax in the spa or reserve a table at one of the restaurants.
1 Hotel South Beach
1 Hotel South Beach sits on 600 feet of beautiful beach. Choose a room or suite with magnificent views of the city or ocean. Relax under an umbrella on the sand, where the hotel’s wait staff will serve a selection of food and beverages. The hotel features a selection of pools, including the main pool deck that’s lined with cabanas and day beds, as well as the adults-only rooftop pool or the large South Pool Deck, closest to the ocean.
Metropolitan Miami Beach offers a location near all the culture, dining, nightlife and shopping of Miami Beach and all the action along the oceanfront it overlooks. The hotel features 74 rooms with a contemporary spirit and Art Deco style. Stop in at the eighth-floor spa for a selection of treatments or visit one of the restaurants to get a taste of all that South Florida has to offer.
JW Marriott Marquis
JW Marriott Marquis Miami features 313 rooms in a mix of luxury and sophistication with a focus on art and fashion. Guests can unwind by the pool or in the spa. The hotel has plenty of entertainment options, including an indoor golf school, virtual bowling alley and 10,000-square-foot basketball court.
The Confidante sits in the heart of Miami Beach with a selection of pools, an open-air rooftop spa and salon, fitness center and direct beach access. The Art Deco hotel features 363 rooms and 16 suites and a large selection of entertainment and dining options for guests. Restaurants feature beachside staples to enjoy next to the pool, Asian-American fusion cuisine and classic Floridian fare.
The Standard Miami Beach sets its own standard on Belle Isle, steps from the action on South Beach. The hotel features tropical gardens, rooms with private terraces, outdoor soaking tubs and what it bills as an indoor and outdoor hydrotherapy playground. Guests can dine on Mediterranean-inspired dishes or fuel up at the juice café after a workout in the fitness center.
Mondrian South Beach captures all the sunset magic facing Biscayne Bay. Guests experience the scene in the lobby, where floor-to-ceiling windows gaze out to the bay. Dine outside or have a cocktail as you prepare to head out for a night in South Beach. Choose from a variety of rooms or suites with superb views of the city. The romantic pool looks out on Biscayne Bay, where guests can enjoy a variety of water sports.
St. Regis Bal Harbour
St. Regis Bal Harbour exceeds expectations with luxury and relaxation. Guests can choose from 216 rooms and 91 suites, many with ocean views. St. Regis Bal Harbour features its butler and concierge services to anticipate guests’ needs. Guests can choose from the adult-oriented Tranquility Pool or the family-friendly resort pool. The hotel features private beach access, a kids club and spa.
Pelican Miami Beach is a quirky Art Deco boutique hotel featuring 29 rooms, all unique in their own way with themes and fun names. Complimentary drinks are provided daily at an afternoon happy hour, and guests are welcome to a morning breakfast. Stop by the Rest Café to enjoy an authentic seaside restaurant with sidewalk seating.
Sonesta Coconut Grove
Sonesta Coconut Grove Miami features 170 guestrooms and suites with balconies overlooking Biscayne Bay, tropical Coconut Grove or Coral Gables. The hotel’s location near downtown Miami puts guests near an abundance of options to enjoy the day. The hotel’s pool and lounge are on the eighth floor where views of the bay and Miami skyline are in abundance. Enjoy the rooftop fitness center or a game of squash.