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Soaring 70 stories above Biscayne Bay, it's the tallest building south of Atlanta. Exterior is über minimalist. Interior is five-star opulence.
Once you get upstairs to the real hotel entrance, you find an art lover's nirvana, particularly if you like the voluptuous statues of Fernando Botero.
Like a computer playing Liszt, this 221-room tower—the city’s tallest at 70 stories—is a technically flawless classical composition. Full review →
A skyscraper in the heart of the business district, this hotel is especially favored by jet-setters and celebs.
A favorite of business travelers visiting downtown's busy, business-centric Brickell Avenue, this plush sanctuary offers a respite from the nine-to-five mayhem. Full review →
Deciding between the hyperluxe Mandarin Oriental and the equally luxe, albeit somewhat museumlike, Four Seasons is almost like trying to tell the difference between Ava and Zsa Zsa Gabor. Full review →
Attractions inside the 70-story glass-and-granite tower include an 80-foot wall of water, two-acre terrace with three swimming pools and the 40,000-square-foot The Sports Club/LA. Full review →
A Brickell beauty overlooking Biscayne Bay with a two-acre terrace and three pools. Full review →
The marble common areas double as art galleries, a massive spa caters to corporate types. Full review →
The setting's lux, on the Four Seasons Hotel's seventh floor outdoor terrace (if a two-acre space, with a pool and waterfall, can be called a terrace). The menu's tapas, ranging from an... Full review →
Nirvana on an expense account. Full review →
This is a premier choice for Miami's boring business district. Full review →
There are over two hundred polished chambers at this skyline-defining business hotel perched beside the waters of Biscayne Bay.
Superior and deluxe rooms face the city, and premier rooms overlook the bay. Corner suites feature outer connecting doors and an additional half-bath. Connecting rooms are available. Full review →
A high-flyer (70 storeys) in the Downtown financial district, the Four Seasons could be mistaken for an office building. But beyond the façade and the utilitarian lower lobby, it's pure palatial chic. Full review →
Equally impressive are the 221 guestrooms, designed with large windows, down duvets, and marble baths with deep soaking tubs. Full review →
Admirers claim guests "live like angels" at this "elegantly appointed" hotel in the "up-and-coming" Brickell area, citing "top-shelf" service provided by "supportive" staffers.
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