With mild winters, warm waters, beautiful beaches, Miami is one of the most popular cities in America visit. Here are seven hotels ranging from luxury two straightforward that are perfect for your upcoming trip.
1. Four Seasons Hotel Miami
If you’re looking for a truly luxurious stay, no hotel is quite as well-known or well-loved as the Four Seasons. Their Miami location is no exception to the all-around high-quality experience offered. The hotel offers countless amenities including a 2-acre pool area, views of Biscayne Bay, and a relaxing spa.
2. Mandarin Oriental Miami
The Mandarin Oriental is a gorgeous and wholly luxurious hotel. Featuring amenities such as a serene outdoor pool and a state-of-the-art spa, the hotel’s location is top-notch too. You can look forward to not only a relaxing time but also beautiful views of the Miami skyline and bay.
3. EAST Miami
This sleek and modern hotel is perfect for relaxing – by one of the pools or in one of their comfortable rooms. The hotel offers not just one but four gorgeous swimming pools. There’s also a 24/7 gym that offers not only equipment but also curated workout programs for your stay. Finally, you also won’t want to miss checking out the rooftop bar, which offers a wide variety of high-quality and fun cocktails.
4. Novotel Miami Brickell
If you’re looking for some more casual and still incredibly comfortable lodging, you’ll definitely want to check out Novotel Miami Brickell. Located in downtown Miami, the hotel’s close location to a variety of things to do alone makes it worth considering. You can also look forward to enjoying your meal at the hotel’s restaurant, Prime by Butler. Or spend an afternoon lounging at the rooftop pool and enjoying some gorgeous views of the surrounding city.
5. The Savoy Hotel And Beach Club
If you enjoy retro decor and unique ambiance with your stay, you’ll definitely want to consider the Savoy Hotel And Beach Club. This beachfront hotel offers comfortable rooms and suites with art deco-style architecture. Additionally, you can look forward to lounging at one of the hotel’s pools or checking out the private beach. The beach makes this a great option for people looking to enjoy some fun in the sun without you have a crowding you may find out some of Miami’s public beaches.
6. The Gabriel Miami
Part of the Curio Collection by Hilton, the Gabriel Miami is located in downtown Miami, just minutes from Biscayne Bay. This makes its location alone ideal for those who want the best of both worlds – gorgeous views of the baby while still being in close proximity to downtown. The hotel also offers an on-site restaurant, fitness center, pool. Additionally, Gabriel does offer pet-friendly rooms making it a great option for those traveling with furry friends.
7. Vagabond Hotel
This boutique hotel was once a 1950s motel. While it has now been entirely renovated and offers a high-quality lodging experience, it also hasn’t sacrificed its classic charm. Nearly everything about the hotel is Instagram-worthy from its mosaic-tile pool to its retro dining. Some examples of the hotel’s amenities include a poolside bar and indoor and outdoor dining options. It also has a gym that is simple but offers the majority of equipment needed for a quick workout during your stay.
8. Sun Harbour Boutique Hotel
If you’re looking for some lodging that is homier and more laid back than some of the larger hotels on this list, you’ll definitely want to consider staying at Sun Harbour Boutique Hotel. This Italian villa-style hotel offers 19 suites, as well as beautiful views of the ocean and close proximity to several beaches. Unfortunately, the hotel’s spa and gym are currently closed to the pandemic, but you can still look forward to comfortable and clean rooms and gorgeous views.
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