BASEMENT is a new kind of multidimensional entertainment hub in Miami Beach.  Here, guests will be able to choose among a dazzling range of environments, to be experienced one at time, or together across a night. Adding a new layer to Miami Beach nightlife, BASEMENT features a nightclub, bowling alley, and ice-skating rink—all outfitted with a state-of-the-art sound system, as well as dramatic lighting and projection effects created by world-renowned lighting designer Patrick Woodroffe, a concert lighting specialist whose work has graced the stage shows of artists from the Rolling Stones and Michael Jackson to Lady Gaga and Beyoncé.

Basement Miami

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Basement Miami is a cutting edge “micro-club” and 21st century homage to Ian Schrager’s legendary Studio 54.  World-class DJs, dance floor, and soundstage-quality sound and lighting systems will transport guests in ways never expected.  A visual riot and sensory overload, it is truly a serious dance club.


Wednesdays, Fridays & Saturdays: 11 PM - 5 AM

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Basement Bowl

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Adjacent to the nightclub is a four-lane bowling alley with oversize LED screen displays and interactive lighting synchronizing with the bowlers’

movements.  With exciting state-of-the-art sound system, dramatic lighting effects, luminescent bowling balls and even bowling shoes customized by famed artists, it redefines what a bowling alley is—it is reimagined into a 21st century spectacle of socializing and fun.

Monday - Thursday: 5 PM - 2 AM

Friday: 5 PM - 5 AM

Saturday: 5 PM - 5 AM

Sunday: 5 PM - 2 AM

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Basement Skate

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One of the most unique features at The Miami Beach EDITION is the 2,000 square-foot indoor ice skating rink.  With skaters gliding to the beat of the pulsating state-of-the-art sound system, the ice’s surface comes alive as the canvas for spectacular, constantly color-changing, dramatic lighting effects. Through high windows, the rink, its ever-changing light shows, and the swirling choreography of the skaters create a surreal, almost Dali-esque sight for those outside on Collins Avenue.

5 PM - 12 AM Daily