Historically considered America’s premier coastal resort city since the 1950’s, today, Miami Beach remains a hub of art, culture, shopping and dining, and our modern mid-beach hotel is literally in the center of it all. Fashion’s most coveted labels are moments away on Lincoln Road in South Beach, and close proximity to the bohemian Art Deco District, is a constant reminder of the city’s historical origins. Flanked by Biscayne bay on one side and the Atlantic Ocean on the other, surrounding areas, including Bal Harbour, Downtown Miami, Little Havana, and the Wynwood Art District are home to iconic attractions and events such as the Bass Museum and Art Basel.
Bal Harbour is an open-air luxury shopping mall, known internationally for its high-end retail.
Located in the famous Miami Design District, St. Roch Market is a contemporary, multi-vendor food hall brand, hailing from New Orleans.
Located in the Arts District, The Wynwood Walls, conceived by Tony Goldman, is a major art statement to graffiti and street art of Miami, covering 80,000 square feet of pure art by global artists.
Located in Sunset Harbour, Frankie is the ultimate destination for fashion savvy shoppers with the latest trends and pieces for the season specifically curated, mixing high and low, casual and dressy outfits.
Gee Beauty is a modern beauty destination retailing Gee Beauty cosmetics & the best skincare, wellness, & lifestyle brands from around the world.
The famous Ball & Chain is an iconic nightclub from the 1930-1950s that reemerges as a live-music venue with Cuban-style food & drink, located in the historic neighborhood of Little Havana.
Right off Lincoln Road, Books & Books is the perfect place to find your next beach read and grab something to eat!
Nominated for the James Beard Award, you are sure to enjoy The Broken Shakers’ renowned handcrafted cocktails made from herbs, spices, fresh-pressed produce, and exotic ingredients from around the world.
A space common for weddings or other social events, the Miami Beach Botanical Gardens is a site of pure beauty. Enjoy free admission and come to see what is in bloom!
This trendy, 3-story boutique is located in an amazing Art Deco building and has a wide selection of high-end designer ware. It also features a rooftop deck with a view of Miami!
One of Miami’s most beautiful views with an architecture to match, the Pérez Art Museum Miami is dedicated to featuring art from the 20 and 21st century.
The Mandolin is all about Mediterranean authenticity from locally caught fish to homemade bread. The atmosphere encourages friends and family to come together, eat, drink, laugh, and talk.
What up-and-coming neighborhood would be complete without an indie record shop and cafe, where you can catch exclusive in-stores from the city’s best musicians? Plus we’ve heard vinyl is the new MP3.
Located in Wynwood, Miami’s art district, The M Building is a restored manufacturing warehouse that is now a gallery and event space. If you’re taking a trip down to the art district be sure to check out the gallery and the tropical garden hidden in the back!
From humble beginnings as a lunch stand, Joe’s Stone Crab has been a family labor of love for over 102 years with a “hell of a fish sandwich”. Frequented throughout the years by a colorful array of characters from celebs to royalty, Joe’s Stone Crab is an incredible place you just can’t miss.
Great drinks with the added bonus of great food as well, Monty’s has a beautiful view of the water and a strongly recommended happy hour.
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