Accomodations in Miami
Radiating with personality, Miami’s boutique hotels each have their own allure - with imaginative in-room perks ranging from, mini bars
with retro snacks to state of the art shower heads; and
special services from VIP passes to the hottest night clubs
to in-room and Oceanside yoga instruction. Some hotels keep
frequent guest’s favorite breakfast cereals on hand, while others
provide complimentary fruit baskets, trendy fashion magazines and chocolate
chip cookies to their guests.
Numerous boutique properties , many vacant for years,
are slated to open in the coming year, while others continue to upgrade.
Open after a $ 12 million renovation, the Art Deco Clinton Hotel raises the bar for luxurious
accommodation on South Beach. The 88 room property blends historic restoration with eye-popping contemporary design;
culminating in an urban oasis that pairs serene guest quarters (huge suites feature private Jacuzzis) with see-and-be-seen public spaces.
A strong player in that market,
the historic oceanfront Sagamore Hotel re-opened ist doors on Collins Avenue after a $ 20 million renovation.
The 93-room all-suite hotel features a breathtaking contemporary art collection,
with provocative pieces spread throughout the hotel’s public spaces and guestrooms.
Luxurious suites boast fabulous views of both city and sea,
and feature mini-kitchenettes, Modernist furniture and oversized whirlpool tubs.
A 86-room boutique hotel located in vibrant Miami Beach.
Following a full-renovation, the property will feature a relaxing guest rooms
with ocean, garden and pool views. The hotel, built in 1939, was formally
known as the Copley Plaza. Just steps from Miami Beach’s spectacular shoreline,
Circa39 is situated on Collins Avenue close to all the South Beach action,
yet far enough away from the rolling waves of the Atlantic Ocean fabulous shopping,
non-stop nightlife, Lincoln Road (Miami Beach’s outdoor pedestrian shopping mall),
the convention center, museums and more.
The Sagamore Hotel on Collins Ave, Miami