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14 expert recommendations
The hotel's common spaces include the lobby and the Living Room bar, featuring incredibly high ceilings, tall and wide walls, and a rotating selection of large-scale contemporary art pieces. Full review →
W brings successful brand of mega-boutiquery to South Beach, replacing usual chrome and dark finishes with de rigueur Miami blinding whites and big beachy views.
Miami’s first W hotel is one of the chain’s most ambitious properties in recent years. Full review →
It’s one of the area’s only new builds; thus all rooms face the beach, and even standard ones are South Beach large at 574 square feet. Full review →
Fun, fresh, and funky, the W South Beach is also the flagship for the brand's evolution towards young sophistication. Full review →
South Beach's newest "it" girl, the W is so stunning it has been referred to as the Starwood brand's signature property even though it's hardly the first. Full review →
Built on a colorful stretch of South Beach, this contemporary hotel has much to offer. Full review →
Brings the whole W-brand mix of luxury, hipness and overblown cool to Miami Beach in a big way. Full review →
The stunning 312-room W South Beach... blends cute comforts, intricate design (that spares no expense), and flawless service. Full review →
It is part conference center, part nightclub, with everything but the gym and accommodations contributing to its dichotomous existence. Full review →
A perennial hotspot since the day it opened. Full review →
Miami's first W property is a major departure for the brand: all 408 spacious residences have a French bohemian aesthetic, and are done in various shades of white and gray. Full review →
Bold slashes of white, including a handmade shag rug in the living room, mother of pearl wallpaper in the guest bathroom, and a glossy lacquered dining table flanked by white leather chairs. Full review →
A "sexy clientele" looking to "feel like a rock star" patronizes this "cool" "hot spot" with a "very flashy" SoBe atmosphere.