4.0 Fontainebleau Miami

Resort Fontainebleau, Miami


“A billion-dollar renovation completed in 2008 added more than a dozen restaurants, bars and lounges to the massive Fontainebleau resort, where celebrities and year-round Spring Breakers sip drinks poolside before hitting the two in-house nightclubs, Arkadia and LIV.”

$ 429 $ 429 $ 429 $ 429
4.5 Soho Beach House Miami

Soho Beach House, Miami


“A 50-room hotel tower annexed to the grounds of a members-only club, Soho Beach House offers a quiet, intimate take on the best of Miami experience. With the exception of the courtyard restaurant Cecconi’s, on-site amenities here are off-limits to the general public.”

$ 240 $ 240 $ 240 $ 240
4.4 Lord Balfour Hotel Miami

Room Mate Lord Balfour Hotel, Miami

New York Times

“Despite the stylish décor and classy location, the Lord Balfour is low on stuffiness. Service is friendly. Glitz is minimal. Clientele was composed mainly of what looked to be upper-middle-class families and couples rather than the jet-setters who frequent the five-star palaces farther up South Beach. If you don’t demand pomp or pampering, Lord Balfour is a charming host.”

$ 150 $ 150 $ 150 $ 150
4.3 Croydon Hotel Miami

Hotel Croydon, Miami

New York Times

“The Hotel Croydon is a reasonably priced, convenient and comfortable option with perks that make choosing it worthwhile. Two selling points are the outdoor spaces: the pool on the ground floor and the spacious roof deck, which offers views of the ocean and the surrounding city.”

$ 158 $ 158 $ 158 $ 158
4.6 East Hotel Miami

East Hotel, Miami

New York Times

“For those opting out of South Beach there’s East, Miami in Brickell with eye-catching geometric lines designed by the local architecture firm Arquitectonica. Billed as a lifestyle hotel, it houses a series of dining venues, including a coffee shop, an Asian-themed rooftop bar and a fifth-floor restaurant called Quinto La Huella, the first international outpost of Uruguay’s renowned La Huella seaside grill.”

Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Miami.

$ 339 $ 339 $ 339 $ 339
4.4 Nautilus Hotel Miami

Nautilus a Sixty Hotel, Miami Beach

New York Times

“The recently restored Nautilus, a Sixty Hotel, on Collins Avenue, was originally built in the 1950s by the neo-Baroque architect Morris Lapidus. Its contemporary lobby features nods to the era, with semicircular velvet sofas and gilded accents. Behind it is a saltwater pool with a garden leading straight to the beach.”

Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Miami.

$ 237 $ 237 $ 237 $ 237