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The best hotels in Miami, from South Beach to Brickell

With its bold red awnings, gold-leaf ceilings and unabashed animal prints, Faena exudes a theatrical, out-of-the-ordinary glamour. For many people in Miami, that’s exactly what you want — after all, a city known for its neon lights, pool parties and nightclub vibe. Faena allows you to indulge in this ultimate vibrancy without sacrificing comfort: its rooms feature Carrara marble bathrooms and personal butlers, while its restaurant, Los Fuegos, is helmed by Michelin-starred chef Francis Mallman. Then there’s Damien Hirst’s famous art glass-encased mammoth titled Gone But Not Forgotten. (Come on, take a picture – you know what you want.)

Miami Beach Edition (Mid-Beach)

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The Miami Beach Edition is something of a sanctuary and a social haven: its spacious rooms are decorated in warm, calming neutrals and light woods, many with balconies overlooking the ocean . With a 1, sq ft spa, the hotel itself is an Art Deco gem situated on Miami’s largest waterfront strip. But when night falls, you’ll find guests flocking to the vibrant basement, which features an ice rink, bowling alley and nightclub where DJs play late into the night. (Current bookers, please note: the basement is temporarily closed for the spring 2023.)

Also make sure to book in their Restaurant Matador, helmed by Michelin-star chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten.

Soho Beach House (Mid-Beach)

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