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Always seen as one of the world’s most popular vacation spots, Miami has the most luxurious hotels and restaurants that provide the ultimate luxury experience. In order to make that experience even better during Design Miami 2019, CovetED brings you our ultimate city guide for Miami, with the best luxury hotels to stay in and the best luxury restaurants to eat at. Enjoy!
Written by Amândio Pereira
Where to Stay
W South Beach
W South Beach features some of the largest guest rooms in South Beach, each boasting its own private balcony and ocean views, with Cipollino marble bathrooms and expansive glass balconies. Make sure to enjoy a swim at the pool, chill in their luxurious cabana, or soak up the sun on the full-service beach!
Address: 2201 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33139 (11-minute walk from the Art Basel Miami Beach)
Telephone: +1 305 938 3143
Grand Beach Hotel Miami Beach
Grand Beach Hotel Miami Beach is a modern and recently renovated hotel with 420 exquisite suites, most of which feature a balcony, separate sleeping and living areas, and two bathrooms, all with expansive views of the ocean or bay. It is also only a few minutes away from the eccentric and full of life South Beach area.
Address: 4835 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33140 (8-minute drive from the Art Basel Miami Beach)
Telephone: +1 305-538-8666
The Standard Spa, Miami Beach
The Standard Spa is considered an amazing spa that also carries harmonious guestrooms. Perfectly placed between amazing tropical gardens, the rooms feature private terraces, many with outdoor soaking tubs, as well as an indoor and outdoor hydrotherapy playground, complimentary to hotel guests.
Address: 40 Island Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33139 (5-minute drive from the Art Basel Miami Beach)
Telephone: +1 305 673 1717
Where to Eat
Located in the architecturally impressive lobby of the Biltmore Hotel, Palme d’Or more than lives up to its surroundings. Set between the hotel’s iconic courtyard and historic swimming pool, the 1920s-era dining room is like taking a step back in time to the golden age of luxury.
Le Sirenuse Miami
Italy’s Amalfi Coast comes to Miami in the form of Le Sirenuse, a luxury hotel that perfectly blends the timeless barefoot chic with the Art Deco elegance of Miami. As well as being one of the city’s finest hotels, the restaurant has a reputation for delivering some of its finest cuisines.
La Mar by Gaston Acurio
Peruvian cuisine has stormed into the fine dining scene over the last decade and that is in no small part down to the work of Chef Gastón Acurio. The multi-award-winning chef and author of several cookbooks bring authentic and diverse flavours from his home country to Mandarin Oriental Miami.
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