With hundreds of hotels across Miami’s many neighborhoods, it can be challenging to sift through the endless options to find the ultimate accommodation for a stylish stay, especially if you’re visiting from out of town.
Here, we’ve rounded up the best new hotels in Miami and Miami Beach. Click through to see the chicest hotel stays in Miami.
In the heart of Brickell, the Hong Kong-based Swire Hotels opened its first property outside China. EAST, Miami offers distinctive experiences for those seeking innovation, style, and personalized luxury service. With 4 pools, an on-site restaurant, and a 24-hour fitness center, there’s something for everyone at EAST, Miami. The hotel has 352-rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows featuring breathtaking views of surrounding Brickell. Upstairs, there’s a series of pools and the rooftop Sugar lounge for Asian-style tapas and cocktails. Located in Brickell City Centre, EAST, Miami offers premium retail shops, a movie theater, restaurants & bars, spas, and more.
Faena Hotel Miami Beach
This chic luxury hotel is part of a huge, new complex in trendy mid-beach. Typifying South American hospitality, Faena Hotel Miami Beach offers 169 rooms and suites and sets a new benchmark for service. Each floor enjoys a dedicated signature Faena Butler that offers one point of contact for service throughout the guests’ stay. The elegant Art Deco design recalls the glamor of 1950s Miami Beach in modern style with details including Ann Sacks tile bathrooms with separate walk-in shower and bespoke bedding with Italian linens. The Faena is creating a tectonic shift in the mid-beach neighborhood — a whole district complete with an original Versailles tower and one of Miami’s hottest new dinner theater clubs, El Tucan, in its basement.
Metropolitan by COMO
A fusion of modern edge and Art Deco luxury design hotel, Metropolitan by COMO, Miami Beach is located in the heart of the Miami Beach historic district with breathtaking views of both the ocean and Intracoastal Waterway. The 74-room hotel is perfect for those who want to be near the action but come home to a peaceful refuge of sophistication and style. With a beach-front pool, intimate spa, and rooftop hydrotherapy pool, the Metropolitan is a low-profile oasis of relaxation and pampering service.
The Confidante Hotel
Formerly the Thompson Miami Beach, The Confidante wows guests with its impeccable service, 1950s style, and semi-isolated beachside location. Combining classic mid-century design with art deco flourishes, this 363-room hotel — part of Hyatt’s newly launched Unbound Collection — is a perfect home base for any Miami vacation, the hotel offers easy driving access to hip enclaves like Wynwood and the Design District. It also gives guests reasons not to leave: an open-air, rooftop spa with yoga classes, all-girl DJ parties and an after-hours happy hour at celebrity chef Dale Talde’s TALDE Miami Beach.
Nautilus, a SIXTY Hotel
Take a 1950s oceanfront hotel designed by Morris Lapidus, one of the most famed architects behind South Beach’s ‘Miami Modern’ style, add a contemporary beach aesthetic and inject some serious glamor and glitz and you end up with Nautilus by Sixty, a sexy, supremely fun hotel. This oceanfront Hotel, located on to the South Beach boardwalk, boasts an outdoor pool surrounded by cabanas, spa services, and a restaurant.
This luxury hotel is located in downtown Miami’s on Brickell Avenue at the epicenter of Miami’s bustling downtown area and is poised to redefine the luxury lifestyle experiences at the core of the magic city. It has a 300-foot infinity pool on Biscayne Bay and a lounge with a private rooftop pool. W Miami, formerly Viceroy Miami, has an on-site spa that includes a water lounge. The lounge has a reflecting pool, hot and cold plunge pools, and a floating library. A seasonal American menu is served at 15th and Vine Kitchen and Bar with a view of the pool and Biscayne Bay. FIFTY Ultra Lounge offers wines and cocktails beside a private rooftop pool and a city view.
Brickell is a great choice for travelers interested in nightlife, food and restaurants.
The Hall South Beach
This 1940s Art Deco classic freshly transformed into a wildly bohemian South Beach boutique hotel, where a break-the-rules vibe is very much alive on Collins Avenue. The Hall South Beach features a cocktail bar, a great restaurant, Sunny’s, helmed by a Top Chef alum, free WiFi, skateboard and bike rentals, and a private beach area. The rooms are cozy and colorful, popping with shabby-chic beach style, and sets the tone for a perfect beach getaway.
ME Miami offers a cutting-edge oasis in the cosmopolitan heart of Downtown Miami. Iconic design set the stage for an unforgettable experience, where the pulsating worlds of music, fashion, and design meet lifestyle luxury. Enjoy a dynamic and vibe-driven dining experience at STK Miami a modern steakhouse restaurant with an American bar and DJs or sip a cocktail at the fourteenth floor Rooftop Bar. Sitting just steps from the Adrienne Arsht Center, American Airlines Arena and Perez Art Museum.
1 Hotel South Beach
1 Hotel South Beach is a sexed-up addition to Miami’s already sizzling scene. The hotel features four ocean view swimming pools; fully outfitted cabanas; three superb restaurants and bars from award-winning chef Tom Colicchio; One of the largest rooftop pools in South Beach. Residents can enjoy access to an array of unique experiences whether it’s indulging in an oceanfront massage, sipping organic wine at the ocean’s edge, or exploring the exciting nearby attractions of Miami.
The Langford hotel
Reviving the spirited, sociable heyday of Downtown Miami, the boutique Langford Hotel stakes its claim as the area’s first historic hotel. Housed within the 1925 Miami National Bank, this iconic Beaux-Arts architectural treasure has been completely reinvented for a new generation of sophisticated travelers. Enjoy a meal at the PB Station Restaurant or a drink at the Pawn Broker Bar & Lounge. This elegant SE 1st Street newcomer is set to redefine Downtown Miami and become a mecca for the world’s trendsetters in fashion, film, food, and the arts.