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Best Miami Beach hotels

Most recommended Miami Beach hotels

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Fashion Boutique Hotel - Miami Beach - Bedroom
Fashion Boutique Hotel
7.1 Good
South Beach$199+
$199+
Free Wi-Fi
Riviera Hotel South Beach - Miami Beach - Bedroom
Riviera Hotel South Beach
7.1 Good
South Beach$192+
$192+
Free Wi-Fi
Pool
Pet friendly
The Goodtime Hotel
8 Very good
South Beach$233+
$233+
Free Wi-Fi
Pool
Pet friendly
Spa
Hotel Trouvail Miami Beach
8.3 Very good
Mid-Beach$243+
$243+
Free Wi-Fi
Pool
Pet friendly
Edition Miami Beach
8.6 Very good
Mid-Beach$774+
$774+
Free Wi-Fi
Pool
Pet friendly
Spa
Hotel Victor South Beach
8.2 Very good
South Beach$495+
$495+
Free Wi-Fi
Pool
Spa
Pestana Miami South Beach
8.3 Very good
South Beach$258+
$258+
Free Wi-Fi
Pool
Nobu Hotel Miami Beach
7.3 Good
Mid-Beach$498+
$498+
Free Wi-Fi
Pool
Pet friendly
Leslie Hotel Ocean Drive
8.4 Very good
South Beach$313+
$313+
Free Wi-Fi
Pool
Greenview Hotel
6.4 Okay
South Beach$170+
$170+
Free Wi-Fi
Pool
Pet friendly

Miami Beach hotels near Miami Beach Convention Center

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W South Beach - Miami Beach - Bedroom
W South Beach
8.6 Very good
South Beach$827+
$827+
Free Wi-Fi
Pool
Loews Miami Beach Hotel - Miami Beach - Bedroom
Loews Miami Beach Hotel
8.2 Very good
South Beach$516+
$516+
Free Wi-Fi
Pool
1 Hotel South Beach
8.6 Very good
Mid-Beach$907+
$907+
Free Wi-Fi
Pool

Top Miami Beach hotels with parking

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International Inn on the Bay - Miami Beach
International Inn on the Bay
5.4 Fair
Normandy Island$97+
$97+
Parking
Free Wi-Fi

The 10 best hotels in Miami Beach

Discover the top hotels in Miami Beach - handpicked by local expert, Sara Liss.
Sara Liss
December 6, 2023

Miami Beach is a city brimming with possibilities and is both a jet-setting destination as well as a seaside village. Choices here range from sprawling oceanfront resorts to quaint, historic Art Deco relics that have been lovingly restored to house some of the best hotels in Miami Beach. Whether you're looking for a lively pool scene or a secret lobby cocktail bar, you will find your personal heaven in this unique and comfortable sun-kissed enclave.

1.

W South Beach

Address:

2201 Collins Avenue

Price:

$408-4959/night

One of the largest resorts in Miami Beach, the W South Beach is both a high-style hotel with celebrity cachet while also managing to be a serene getaway for travelers who prefer privacy and quietude. The hotel’s 400 rooms comprise one-bed studios, or for those looking to travel with families or do extended stays, the apartment-like “Oasis” suites with kitchens and living rooms.
All rooms are equipped with perks like plush robes and slippers and complimentary in-room coffee makers. Though the hotel is not specifically geared to families, our family enjoyed the massive pool and our condo-style suite that came with a kitchen. My tweens also loved taking advantage of the hotel’s SWISH & SWING, a tennis and basketball court complex where private lessons can be arranged.
The hotel can also arrange for a guided tour of its $50 million art collection, which includes original Warhol paintings among other works of contemporary art.

2.

1 Hotel South Beach

Address:

2341 Collins Avenue

Price:

$521-4993/night

This sprawling hotel featuring one of the largest beach fronts in Miami – measuring at 600 feet of uninterrupted coastline is known for its spacious rooms and upscale amenities.
The hotel features recycled wooden room keys, a filtered water tap in every room, and organic cotton sheets – along with upcycled driftwood furniture throughout. Four pools, a lavish fitness center and a spacious spa add to the wellness features on the property.
Dining options are unique and include Watr 1 at the Rooftop – an 18th-floor hideaway that caters to adults only and features a live DJ. There’s also the Tulum-esque Wave Beach Club located at beach level with a lively weekend brunch scene and the fine dining Habitat Restaurant on the ground floor, which serves breakfast and dinner.

3.

The Setai, Miami Beach

Address:

2001 Collins Avenue

Price:

$531-4902/night

The Setai Miami Beach is a Forbes Travel Five Star Award winner and an attractive destination for guests seeking a unique if not opulent experience in Miami Beach. Situated beachfront on the quieter northern fringes of South Beach, The Setai seamlessly blends Asian hospitality with contemporary design for an experience that suits sophisticated travelers.
The lobby features flooring made from Shanghai bricks sourced from abandoned buildings in China’s old city along with tables made from Beijing palace pavers and a bar adorned with mother-of-pearl. All of these ancient touches are a refreshing change from the ubiquitous white-on-white minimalism of the majority of South Beach hotels.
I loved dining in the Setai’s lush outdoor spaces which are perfectly suited for al fresco dinners on breezy nights. Jaya, the fine dining restaurant includes seating in its gorgeous outdoor courtyard, which offers an innovative and exquisite Pan Asian menu (the chef’s Thali platter is a must-order).

4.

Kimpton Angler's Hotel South Beach

Address:

660 Washington Avenue

Price:

$126-910/night

One of the most charming boutique hotels in South Beach, the Angler’s first opened in the 1930s and counted Ernest Hemmingway among its guests. A four-minute walk from South Beach, this self-dubbed “sanctuary in the sun” is known for highly-attentive service, a pet-friendly policy, and gorgeously maintained multi-story duplex suites.
The resort has three outdoor murals, which lend an elevated feel to the lush European-style gardens with hidden nooks and walkways, and more than a dozen types of trees, plants and flowers. The popular (and Instagrammable) SOBE is LOVE landmark sign (first unveiled during Art Basel 2018) now makes its home in front of Kimpton Angler’s at the corner of 6th and Washington Avenue.
The hotel has two pools – one at ground level within a secluded courtyard, and the other sitting six floors up on the rooftop – as well as several three-story poolside bungalows, each with their own rooftop sundeck. Seawell Fish n’ Oyster is the in-house restaurant serving fresh seafood dishes, while the hotel’s Minnow Bar serves specializes in gin cocktails.

5.

The Betsy - South Beach

Address:

1440 Ocean Drive

Price:

$207-1539/night

The city’s most artsy hotel with an emphasis on cultural programming, this boutique gem also just underwent an expansion of their oceanfront property, adding a modern new wing and rooftop pool. Located in the heart of the Art Deco District on Ocean Drive, The Betsy’s unique hospitality model champions the power of community through its dedicated arts, culture, and community program by weaving those brand pillars into the guest experience.
The Betsy’s lobby is known for its live jazz music and their small subterranean bar regularly hosts poetry readings. The property boasts 130 guest rooms including 25 suites, three distinct food and beverage outlets under the direction of famed Chef Laurent Tourondel, a 3,200 sq. ft. rooftop complex with a swimming pool, and a dedicated traditional library along with a free lending library for hotel guests.

6.

Hotel Greystone - Adults Only

Address:

1920 Collins Avenue

Price:

$145-1533/night

This historic Art Deco hotel offers intimate spaces and one of Miami’s rare adults-only environments. The property’s signature and must-try restaurant is Sérêvène, led by award-winning Executive Chef Pawan Pinisetti, presenting a menu that is Japanese-inspired and utilizes French techniques.
The hotel also houses The Greystone Jazz Bar, with live jazz music nights and a creative twist in their menu of classic cocktails. The pool and an inviting lounge are located on the hotel’s rooftop where guests can also order food and beverages.
What I love most about the hotel is the 3-minute walk from the Miami Beach convention center and the four-minute walk from the beach, making it ideal for convention-goers and those looking for a quieter, off-the-beaten-path destination.

7.

Pelican Hotel

Address:

826 Ocean Drive

Price:

$60-1046/night

The Pelican Hotel in Miami Beach, designed by fashion giant Renzo Rosso of DIESEL and OTB Group, recently reopened after a two-year transformation. Situated on Ocean Drive, the historic Art Deco boutique reveals a design-centric, oceanfront haven that pulses with the energy of contemporary fashion, culture, and flavors.
Originally built in 1948, the property was purchased by Rosso in 1990 and was the first hotel to be designed and decorated by the brand’s Creative Team. The boutique hotel features 32 guestrooms, each inspired by a variety of movie sets and featuring one-of-a-kind vintage artifacts and furniture.
The Pelican Cafe, located on the ground floor is one of the things I love most about this establishment. Featuring both indoor and outdoor seating, the beachfront views here make for a relaxing setting for any traveller.

8.

Kimpton Hotel Palomar South Beach

Address:

1750 Alton Road

Price:

$124-725/night