Last Updated on December 18, 2022
Across Miami from downtown to artsy Wynwood and chic Miami Beach, hotels are welcoming luxury travelers with new properties and exciting perks. South Beach luxury hotels Miami and around south Florida are becoming the standard by which the industry is measured with new properties coming online seemingly every month.
The Elser Hotel & Residences – Downtown Miami
The Elser Hotel & Residences is an all-new luxury 646-room hotel in Downtown Miami. The 49-story tower captures all the energy of the city with innovative design and a community-driven approach.
Travelers can seek refuge on the hotel’s 19,000-square-foot sun deck, offering pristine views of the Miami Heat Arena, MacArthur Causeway and iconic South Beach. The space features a 132-foot-long pool with a large area for sunbathing on relaxing daybeds and chaise lounges. The sun deck also includes eight charcoal grills, an outdoor bar and an expansive event lawn, serving as the ultimate destination for outdoor celebrations with unparalleled waterfront views.
Gale Port Miami – Downtown
In 2023, the Elser will be joined by 601 Miami, a 51-story mixed-use Office, Hotel and condo tower in Downtown just south of World Center directly east of Freedom Tower. It’s the first condo hospitality residential tower in the heart of Downtown Miami.
Upon completion, 601 will have 448 residential condominium units, a 240-room hotel, Gale Port Miami and 125,000 feet office component. 601 Miami will also serve Miami locals, residents and hotel guests with the 70,000-sf space called The Social, which will include gym, spa, outdoor restaurant, indoor bar & restaurant, sushi bar & lounge, rooftop pool, office space, media room and more.
Ground floor dining includes 7,100 square feet Italian concept with a grab and go market. Bodega Taqueria located on the southeast side of the building.
Seacoast Suites in Miami Beach
If merely vacationing South Beach luxury hotels Miami style isn’t enough, consider an extended, seasonal stay at Seacoast Suites, a beachfront apart-hotel with 160 spacious one-, two- and three-bedroom suites each fully furnished with a kitchen, living room and dining room allowing for a “home-away-from-home” vibe. The hotel is complete with an onsite restaurant, tennis courts, gym, pool, cabanas, state-of-the-art playground and direct beach access with complimentary lounge chairs and umbrellas.
Located at 5101 Collins Avenue, Seacoast is situated just steps away from Miami Beach’s world-class beaches, nightlife, premier dining and shopping and a 15-minute drive from some of the city’s top attractions including Performing Arts Center, Miami Heat Area, Perez Art Museum Miami and Miami Design District among others.
Extended stay specials include 50% off the BAR for monthly stays and 20% off the BAR for weekly stays.
The Arlo Wynwood
Hoping to one day compete with South Beach luxury hotels Miami for glamour, properties are going up in Wynwood, best known for its vibrant street art and mural culture.
Located in the heart of Wynwood, The Arlo Wynwood is an experience driven hotel opened in November of 2022. The property will be the first hotel to open in Miami’s preeminent creative and cultural district, which is the home to the largest concentration of street art in the world.
With guest rooms starting at $239 per night, the all-new 217-room, nine-story hotel will serve as the cultural hub for residents and visitors while offering savvy travelers prime access to the best of the region.
Designed by Meyer Davis, an award-winning firm at the forefront of global, upscale commercial design, Arlo Wynwood draws on the neighborhood’s bold and curated artistic nature while embracing an eclectic industrial aesthetic where organic meets modern. Arlo Wynwood has an all-star culinary team leading the food & beverage program, which includes award-winning Bar Lab and Chef Brad Kilgore. Guests and neighbors are also going to love Higher Ground, which features live music on the weekends and a rooftop bar with refreshing cocktails and bites day and night.luxury
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