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The Best 5-Star Hotels in Miami

The Best 5-Star Hotels in Miami

The Best 5-Star Hotels in Miami

The following is a detailed guide to the top hotels in Miami, as well as the best places to stay with amazing decor, first-class suites, serene spas, elegant restaurants and astonishing rooftop pools.

Faena Hotel Miami Beach

Designed by Baz Lurhmann, a renowned film maker and wife Catherine Martin, an academy award-winning designer, the Faena hotel has amazing decor featuring contemporary art. This is a classic Miami hotel with an outdoor pool overlooking the beach and palm trees in the background. Faena Hotel is the place to be if you are a food enthusiast as you’ll be fed by Francis Mallmann. You’ll get a room for £448 per night.

The St. Regis Bal Harbor Resort

An amazing 5-star resort in the posh Bal Harbor, the St. Regis Bal Harbor has the best amenities and an amazing service. This resort features the J & G grill run by celebrity chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten and houses the award-winning Remede Spa.

The St. Regis Bal Harbor Resort is beautifully designed with high ceilings, glass walls, and crystal chandeliers. There is also a high-end gym, two oceanfront pools, and childcare services. You need to part with £445 per night.

Acqualina Resort & Spa on the Beach

Also known as the Florida Riviera, this seaside retreat is all about luxury and impeccable Mediterranean design including golden chandeliers, Spanish tile, copious marble and vaulted ceilings. There are four oceanfront swimming pools with a brilliant view of the Atlantic Ocean. Rooms are available from £401 per night.

Mandarin Oriental

This is a five-star Peruvian restaurant with over 300 rooms located on Brickell Key. Some of the key amenities of this amazing resort include a lounge at the bayfront beach, spacious rooms, king-size marble bathrooms with soaking tubs and large terraces. Rooms are available from £325 per night.

Soho Beach House

This property has over 50 rooms each designed with textiles of different colors, antique pieces, and a mirrored art deco style drinks area. The rooms have big balconies that can fit two sofas and you will be lucky if you get one of the six rooms overlooking the ocean. Celebrities love this beach outpost and a room goes from £192 per month.

The Miami Beach Edition

Enjoy amazing food and drinks in this mid-century themed hotel from celebrity chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten. If you are a fun and games person, you will be amazed by the hotel’s nightlife that features a bowling alley and skating rink. Rooms are available from £374 per night.

The Setai

This forty story facility is the tallest building in South Beach and offers serenity and absolute privacy. The Setai is ideally located in Miami Beach and has top-notch amenities including a Mediterranean fine dining restaurant, a well-designed poolscape, one bedroom suites with teak walls, black granite bath tubs, the list is endless. A single room per night goes for £605.

1 Hotel South Beach

This is an eco-friendly paradise occupying the whole oceanfront block of Collins Avenue and is at the interconnection of two Miami beaches. The 1 Hotel has a large sun-drenched lobby with comfortable sofas made of canvas and natural wood. There is a 15-square foot pool and a hoisted plaza that provides a good view of the ocean. Rooms are available from £325 per night.

Fontainebleau Miami Beach

This facility oozes class with glittering chandeliers, free form pool, smaller pools and lavish cabanas. It is ideally located in the Millionaire’s Row of Miami Beach. You can get a room from £292 per night.

East, Miami

Located in Brickell City, East, Miami is a modern-day facility fitted with floor to ceiling windows. The lobby has brown marble tile floors, natural stone walls, and high ceilings. East, Miami is a blend of Chinese design and the Miami culture. It is the best place in Miami if you’re looking for a luxurious, modern and youthful vibe. Rooms are available from £357.