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Shop, sun, spa, swim, dine, drink, and dip under the limbo stick within steps of your comfy bed.
This 790-room Art Deco District hotel caters to the whole family. Full review →
The Loews is a conventioneer’s dream come true, with lush tropical landscaping, Emeril’s Miami Beach restaurant, a big tropically landscaped pool, and the occasional celebrity sighting.
A two-tower 800-room megahotel with top-tier amenities... good for families, businesspeople, groups, and pet-lovers. Full review →
The grandiose Loews Miami Beach Hotel has a prime beachfront spot in Miami’s glittery South Beach neighborhood. Full review →
The Loews is one of the largest hotels on South Beach, consuming an unprecedented 900 feet of oceanfront. Full review →
Nestled into South Beach's vibrant Art Deco District, Loews Miami Beach Hotel flaunts a 'SoBe style' fusion of cosmopolitan and Deco influences, creating beachfront elegance for hip visitors. Full review →
Family friendly Art Deco style sleep housed in a grandiose beachfront tower. Full review →
If for some reason you’re missing big, conventioneer-style boxes, come to Loews. Full review →
Perfect for the midwest set. No charm whatsoever. Full review →
An extravagant, 790-room beachfront giant geared toward service, the Loews has the features of a mega-resort. Full review →
Occupying 900 feet of prime beach at the northern edge of South Beach, a quick stroll from Lincoln Road's shops and restaurants and three blocks from the convention center. Full review →
Ideally situated a block south of Lincoln Road on Collins Avenue, this family-friendly resort also has plenty of diversions for the adult traveller. Full review →
This massive convention hotel is peppered with name-tagged conventioneers, but if you like big, it's got your name on it too: 790 rooms, including 57 suites, some with sea views. Full review →
Opened in 1998, this sprawling beachfront hotel is located on South Beach’s famed Collins Avenue, lined with historic Art Deco hotels built in the 1960’s. Full review →