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Close to Miami's busy center, but set back from it, the Mandarin Oriental, Miami enjoys a quiet spot and the designation of the only hotel to sit on Brickell Key. Full review →
Both a city hotel and a seaside resort, this dramatic crescent-shaped tower commands the southern tip of Brickell Key overlooking Biscayne Bay. Full review →
On ritzy Brickell Key. All rooms have balconies overlooking the bay or skyline. Regular celeb sightings in the lobby.
Worlds (well, 20 minutes) away from the mania of South Beach, this serene, stylish property on a private island near the Brickell business district has stunning views.
"Far from the madding crowd," this Brickell Key hotel with a curved facade overlooking Biscayne Bay is "a spectacular alternative to Miami Beach.". Full review →
When it opened in 2000, the hotel was the only one on Brickell Key, an island in the harbor just off downtown. It’s great because the property has a tropical-island feel, yet it’s... Full review →Ask for a room with dual views of the city’s skyline and Biscayne Bay. Be warned that the beach, while very private, has no bay-swimming access.
The quintessence of luxury, the Mandarin Oriental brings a sophisticated, Asian brand of pampering to Miami with the only five-star restaurant in town, lavish rooms, and an exquisite spa.
The Mandarin Oriental feels as exclusive as it does glamorous, with luxurious rooms, exalted restaurants, and the city's top spa. Full review →
It wouldn't be Miami without a little glitz and glam, and the Mandarin Oriental on Brickell Key, just outside of downtown, delivers with extraordinary service to boot. Full review →
Corporate big shots and celebrities not in the mood for the South Beach spotlight have a high-end luxury hotel to stay in while wheeling and dealing their way through Miami. Full review →
On an exclusive 44-acre island, this property attracts international business travelers and guests who demand impeccable accommodations and attention to detail. Full review →
A Brickell Key resort that feels like a private island, with a sprawling spa, a beach club and mod Asian fare. Full review →
You’re a little isolated from the city out here. Not that it matters; there’s a luxurious world within a world inside this exclusive compound. Full review →
Geisha-like hostesses greet you at the door. Full review →
Located on beautiful Brickell Key, this beachless island resort offers serenity by way of warm, creative design, a phenomenal spa, a first-rate gym and invigorating (though pricey) cuisine. Full review →
The pick of the luxury chains downtown for its jawdropping views across Biscayne Bay.
A famed five-star resort with a world-class spa and high-end Peruvian restaurant. Full review →
Rich fabrics and modern furnishings decorate the rooms, many of which have balconies overlooking the Atlantic or Biscayne Bay. Full review →
Besides the Mandarin's trademark luxury Asian touches, the reason to stay here is the view of the downtown Miami skyline and Biscayne Bay. Full review →
Guests "get exactly what they pay for" -- a "completely tranquil and relaxing" vacation helmed by "top-notch", "attentive" staffers.