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Conrad Miami

Downtown & Little Havana 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Lux hotel starts on the 25th floor of the concave glass and steel bank building in the heart of the financial district. — BlackBook

Occupying floors 16 to 26 of a 36-story skyscraper in Miami's Financial District, this chic hotel mixes business with pleasure, offering easy access to the best of Downtown Miami. — Fodor's

Located in the heart of Miami's financial district, this hotel shines in a striking glass-and-steel structure. — Gayot

Taking up 17 floors of a 36-story downtown skyscraper, this Hilton luxury offshoot has some swanky touches. — Oyster

Don’t be ashamed Conrad: you’re a credit to the genre, from the 25th-floor power-broker sky lobby to a location in the heart of Brickell’s flash and finance. — Lonely Planet

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The Ritz-Carlton Coconut Grove, Miami

Coconut Grove 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This is one of Ritz-Carlton's smallest offerings, and its petite proportions blend nicely with its sophisticated decor to create an engaging residential ambience unprecedented in Coconut Grove. — Star Service

The Coconut Grove Ritz maintains the same elegant, high-polished marble and prompt, reliable service that made the Ritz brand famous. — Oyster

Massive columns and soaring ceilings in the entrance hall mark the entrance to the Ritz Carlton Coconut Grove. — Travel + Leisure

This business-centric Ritz-Carlton hotel in the heart of Coconut Grove received a face-lift in 2012 that gave its lobby and lounge a refreshed, livelier look. — Fodor's

Of all the three Miami-area Ritz Carltons, the Coconut Grove is the smallest, though the rooms are typically Ritz. — DK Eyewitness

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Delano South Beach Hotel

South Beach 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Today, it's a throwback to a time when a vacation didn't involve self-improvement or saving the planet. — Travel + Leisure

Nearly hidden behind a tall row of hedges is Delano South Beach, a landmarked hotel built in 1947 and renovated by Ian Schrager and Philippe Starck in 1995. — Afar Magazine

Still a hotspot today. — The Telegraph

Rooms are almost painfully white and bright; all long, smooth lines, reflective surfaces and sexy, modern, luxurious amenities. — Lonely Planet

Now that it's strictly Schrager-free, the legendarily beautiful but snooty staffers have retained their model-good looks but lost most of the attitude. — Concierge

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Royal Palm South Beach Miami, A Tribute Portfolio Resort

South Beach 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This beautifully restored, 390-room beachfront property is a modern reincarnation of Miami’s first luxury hotel -- The Royal Palm. — Oyster

After a major renovation to this historic property by The James Hotel, the Royal Palm South Beach has changed hands to become a part of Starwood’s Tribute Portfolio. — The Telegraph

Lots of cool amenities to make you feel good about staying here ( organic toiletries, fancy bedding, high end goodies for your dog). — Afar Magazine

Even the trolleys here have a touch of curvy deco flair, to say nothing of the chunky staircase and mezzanine, which are the best South Beach examples of the building-as-cruise-liner deco theme. — Lonely Planet

The James Royal Palm occupies a narrow white, art deco structure on Collins Avenue in Miami’s tony and fashionable South Beach. — Forbes Travel Guide

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The Angler's Hotel

South Beach 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Comprised of four buildings—two 1930s-era Mediterranean Revivals, two new. Small but nicely-appointed rooms, all trading on "Hemingway slept here" cred. St. Tropez-style dining. — BlackBook

A charming small hotel tucked away in a quiet tree-filled corner of Miami Beach, The Angler’s Boutique Resort makes you forget that you’re in South Beach — Forbes Travel Guide

Separated from busy South Beach by lush gardens, this 46-room art deco hotel is a low-key oasis. — Oyster

Small and chic, this chichi new boutique hotel promises to gentrify tawdry Washington Avenue. — Time Out

Formerly Angler's Boutique Resort. — Travel + Leisure

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Kimpton EPIC Hotel

Downtown & Little Havana 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

At this "modern" "home away from home" in Downtown, guests soothe their psyches with in-room yoga mats before sinking into "comfortable" beds with Frette linens. — Zagat

You’ll find this hotel, in an elliptical 52-story mixed-use building of curved glass, "just the right distance from the craziness"—it sits where the Miami River meets Biscayne Bay. — Condé Nast Traveler

The hotel caters to business travelers and groups, but its association with the young and fun Kimpton brand ensures a steady intake of pleasure-seekers. — Fodor's

EPIC combines the timeless style of a cosmopolitan boutique hotel with the amenities of a resort to create a sophisticated recreation oasis for guests. — Gayot

It feels as if you are a resident as well in a posh, plush high rise with stunning views of the Miami skyline and Biscayne Bay. — Frommer's

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Faena Hotel Miami Beach

Miami 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Hotelier Alan Faena delivers on the high expectations of his Miami debut with the jaw-dropping, larger-than-life principal hotel within his in-progress, billion-dollar Faena Arts District in Miami Beach — Fodor's

Faena tapped filmmaker Baz Luhrmann and his Academy Award-winning designer wife Catherine Martin as creative consultants on this luxury hotel overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. — The Telegraph

This property, from hotelier Alan Faena and billionaire Len Blavatnik, is located in the completely redesigned Saxony Hotel. — Departures

This is one of the largest resort developments outside of Colorado or Orlando. The hotel itself is an industrious venture with a bold contemporary design aesthetic. — Star Service

One of Miami Beach's most talked about new hotels, the Faena has lavish, artfully designed spaces both inside and out. — Lonely Planet

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Shore Club South Beach Hotel

South Beach 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

In the fickle world of hot hotels, the Shore Club struggles to hold on to its place at the top, but does okay thanks to Florida's only Nobu sushi restaurant. — Frommer's

Imagine a Zen ink-brush painting; what’s beautiful isn’t what’s there, but what gets left out. — Lonely Planet

This palace of hip features 322 luxury accommodations ranging from deluxe studios to one- and two-bedroom suites. — Gayot

Über sceney fusion of Ian Schrager, Paris, and Diddy. This is the most socially taxing hotel -- any night that spans Calvin Klein and Fat Joe is a pretty big leap. — BlackBook

In terms of lounging, people-watching, partying, and poolside glitz, the Shore Club ranks among the ultimate South Beach adult playgrounds, despite rather basic guest rooms. — Fodor's

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The Palms Hotel & Spa

Mid-Beach 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This recent addition to sky-high beachfront luxury is technically north of what's South Beach, but it is nonetheless close enough to count itself in among the action. — BlackBook

The clean lines, soothing ivory tones and lavish amounts of open space at this hotel will make you feel as if you're in a Caribbean hideaway. — Gayot

Guests "enjoy" "people-watching" at this "beautifully landscaped", "iconic" South Beach property mere "steps from the ocean". — Zagat

As a sophisticated yet genuine oceanfront resort, it features lush gardens landscaped with palms and other tropical plants and a large freshwater pool as its centerpiece. — Frommer's

The lobby of the Palms manages to be imposing and comfortable all at once. — Lonely Planet

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Townhouse Hotel

South Beach 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A laid-back retreat outfitted in stark white with pops of red — The Telegraph

A glam boutique hotel with a stylish color palette and a hip ramen shop, in the heart of South Beach. — Jetsetter

Located right on the beach, the Townhouse offers bright, stylish rooms, but little else. — Oyster

In the boutique division of hotels, handy to the lavish Shore Club, is the very modern and very red-and-white Townhouse. — BlackBook

The 67 minimalist rooms may be small, but they've been impeccably designed by India Mahdavi with comfy white beds and chocolate-colored sofas. — Concierge

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from $105

Gale South Beach

South Beach 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

South Beach holiday goers will find historically charming accommodations at the Gale South Beach & Regent Hotel, two sister properties linked by bridge. — Gayot

It appears small from the outside, but Gale South Beach manages to pack a lot into a modest space, including Italian restaurant Dolce, a cocktail lounge, and a nightclub. — Afar Magazine

An architectural homage to South Beach of yesteryear with all the modern bells and whistles the Maserati-driving set demands. — BlackBook

The Gale's exterior is an admirable recreation of classic boxy deco aesthetic expanded to the grand dimensions of a modern SoBe super resort. — Lonely Planet

This historic Art Deco hotel on Collins Avenue got a breath of new life when it reopened as a stylish 87-room boutique in late 2012. — Oyster

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from $119

Eden Roc Miami Beach Resort

Mid-Beach 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

High-up in Miami Beach -- $20 taxi to the South Beach action -- the only real draw to the location is the pricey wining and dining at the snazzy Fontainebleau resort next door. — Oyster

Devotees ooh and ahh over the "cool" pool area with "sexy" nooks for "ready-to-flirt" guests, the "best of the best" ELLE spa and the "extraordinary" steakhouse fare. — Zagat

A popular commercial address, it serves individuals, romantics and even families, with well-rounded facilities and a great staff. Weddings have become popular, too. — Star Service

If we had a choice between Eden Roc and Fontainebleau, we'd choose the Eden Roc, hands down, for the seamless service and for a more relaxed, much less Las Vegasy vibe than its neighbor. — Frommer's

A Miami Beach landmark since the 1950s, Eden Roc was given a huge makeover in 2008 – expect infinity pools, tropical fountains, a stunning 1950s lobby and rooms equipped with iPod docks. — Rough Guide

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from $262

Fisher Island Hotel & Resort

Key Biscayne & Fisher Island 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Located on an exclusive island just off Miami Beach, this hotel is a luxurious fusion of Fantasy Island, Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous, and Survivor. — Frommer's

Multilingual staff caters to discerning travelers who appreciate the convenience and tranquility of a private hideaway...this hotel is a relative bargain for privacy-seekers. — Star Service

This 45-room hotel is located among homes of the super-rich on a lush, private island that's a 10-minute ferry ride from the Miami mainland. — Oyster

An exclusive private island, just south of Miami Beach but accessible only by ferry, Fisher Island houses an upscale residential community. — Fodor's

You have to take a private ferry to get here. The hotel's claim to exclusivity is obviously pretty well-established. — BlackBook

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from $575

Carillon Miami Wellness Resort

North Miami, North Miami Beach & Little Haiti 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

On a sleepy swath of Mid-beach, the Carillon Miami Beach picks up where predecessor Canyon Ranch Miami Beach left off. — Condé Nast Traveler

Canyon Ranch brings its own brand of healthy living to the Miami area with luxury hotel suites and a signature Canyon Ranch Spa --- a 70,000-square-foot spa, with wellness and fitness features. — Gayot

Yogis replace Baywatch-style joggers, and a 70,000-square-foot maze... of David Rockwell–designed spaces serves as the backdrop to a host of treatments ranging from mud baths to thalassotherapy. — Travel + Leisure

Catering to those looking to "relax, rest and be healthy", this "unreal" hotel and spa offers "tranquil" "bliss" in "spacious", "modern" suites. — Zagat

Young, demanding travelers will find this to be a delightful departure from the Victorian ethos conveyed at other high-profile fat farms around the globe. — Star Service

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Hotel Victor

South Beach 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A victory for Ocean Drive, a street that hasn't seen such a swank stay since the Tides, Hotel Victor, managed by Hyatt, is a hyperluxe, 88-room boutique see-and-be-seen hotel. — Frommer's

The most fabulous thing to hit Ocean Drive since Versace, this Art Deco boutique hotel was designed by Jacques Garcia of Paris’s hip Hotel Costes fame. — DK Eyewitness

Located in the heart of the action, across Ocean Drive from the beach, this unique hotel has a lot of truth in its name; since reopening in 2003, it has become a top pick in South Beach. — Star Service

If you want to stay on Ocean—and be just steps from the busiest slice of the beach—this is a good place to do it. — Concierge

The Victor wins – the ‘hot design’ stakes, that is. — Lonely Planet

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from $165

Pelican Hotel

South Beach 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A self-described “toy hotel”, the Pelican is owned by the creative geniuses who own the Diesel brand. — DK Eyewitness

When the owners of Diesel jeans purchased the Pelican in 1999, they started scouring garage sales for just the right ingredients to fuel a mad experiment. — Lonely Planet

Situated between Eighth and Ninth streets, in the heart of South Beach's whirling nightlife, this hotel is a landmark for clubbers and cavorters. — Star Service

The hotel attracts European families, fashion types, and even Prince Faisal of Saudi Arabia, who is said to be partial to Penthouse One. — Concierge

Owned by Italian clothing company Diesel, the Pelican Hotel is an eclectic property in the midst of Ocean Drive’s bustling nightlife scene. — Travel + Leisure

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from $132

W Miami

Downtown & Little Havana 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Iconic style sets the tone in one of the city's trendiest hotels. — Gayot

You can count on Miami to bring on the heat: Among its downtown offerings, the Kelly Wearstler–designed Viceroy Hotel has a distinctly urban vibe and hip waterfront flair. It takes... — Jetsetter

Interiors maven Kelly Wearstler is giving Miami financial district stalwarts the Mandarin Oriental and the Four Seasons runs for their money with the Viceroy Group’s Brickell Avenue condo-hotel. — Condé Nast Traveler

There is a certain elegance that ties the place together, and the location, set in the heart of a towering condominium complex, adds a lively air to the place. — Star Service

Kor Hotels and its design doyenne Kelly Wearstler strike again—this time in downtown Miami. — Travel + Leisure

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Trump International Beach Resort

North Miami, North Miami Beach & Little Haiti 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Standing 32 stories above the white, sandy beaches of Sunny Isles, the Trump International Beach Resort is a distinctive tower of luxury near tony Bal Harbour. — Forbes Travel Guide

Lavish lodgings that trump all competitors. — Gayot

On the ocean in Sunny Isles Beach, this newly-opened 32-story hotel has lush landscaped areas. Furnished in a contemporary style, the guest rooms exude elegance. — DK Eyewitness

A well-priced, amenities-packed hotel right on the beach in Sunny Isles, the Trump International Beach Resort offers service that's extremely friendly and professional. — Oyster

Located up in Sunny Isles, Trump’s take on Miami is just as you’d expect: 32 stories of ocean views, a ballroom and luxury rooms, along with a spa and extensive kids’ program. — Lonely Planet

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from $195

Freehand Miami

Mid-Beach 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

At once one of Miami’s trendiest and most affordable hotels. There is a lush, inviting courtyard and pool. — The Telegraph

Freehand Miami is a hip hostel-esque stay for sociable millennials — Mr & Mrs Smith

It's all about cheap charm. The reimagined Indian Creek Hotel becomes a traditional art deco hostel. — BlackBook

Just two blocks from the beach, the Freehand Miami has repurposed the 1930s Indian Creek Hotel with outstanding results. — Gayot

A hostel for sophisticated young travelers who care about style, atmosphere, and a good party. — Oyster

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from $22

Sagamore

South Beach 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A sweeping porte cochere greets visitors at this graceful Modernist hotel from the 1940s, which also functions as a contemporary art gallery. — Travel + Leisure

Historic property channeling an artsy aesthetic, with fanciful artwork offsetting bright white interiors. — Jetsetter

Owned and independently operated by the Taplin family since 1999, the 93 all-suite Sagamore is one of Miami’s original boutique hotels. — The Telegraph

Between Lincoln Road and 17th Street, this hotel is referred to by locals as the "hipster whisperer," an art-centric concept hotel that brings together gallery life with that of a boutique resort. — Star Service

Almost every space within this hotel, from the lobbies to the rooms, doubles as an art gallery thanks to a talented curator and an impressive roster of contributing artists. — Lonely Planet

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from $179
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