Las Vegas meets South Beach to bring you a classy new lounge called FDR at the Delano Hotel. Brought to you by The Light Group, who has arrived on the Miami scene in a big way (doesn’t hurt to be one with Morgans Hotel Group), had musically-inclined celebs like Mos Def & Flo Rida there Monday night to pump up the party, kicking off Classic Mondays at FDR & the Grand Opening.
This Sunny Isles Beach hotel has thought of it all, so all you have to do on New Year’s Eve is show up in your party clothes & have a bathing suit handy for the next day. Forgot, your bathing suit? Don’t worry about it – Solé on the Ocean has disposal swim trunks for you.
Looking for a luxury escape from reality? Check-in to Viceroy Miami – the ultimate in whimsy chic. House of Travel is offering Viceroy King Guestrooms starting at $145.00 per night** & Junior Suites started at $185.00 per night.** Viceroy Miami blends timeless East Asian accents, international service standards and Miami’s own rich ambiance to create an unparalleled resort destination located in the heart of Brickell.
Too soon to mention Necker Island? While we are all beside ourselves (don’t laugh) at the fire that occurred on Sir Richard Branson’s private hideaway, we are happy to offer his guests like Kate Winslet and Ma and Pa Branson another romantic, luxury retreat for future vacays – the Grove Isle Hotel & Spa in Coconut Grove, Florida.
If privacy (let’s call him “Mr. Privacy”) needed some privacy, he would check-in to the brand new Hotel Beaux Arts. Located within the JW Marriott Marquis in Downtown Miami, Hotel Beaux Arts is the first of its kind, offering equal parts art, luxury, innovation and, of course, privacy. Tucked away on the 39th floor, NBA players and CEO’s alike now have ultra-modern, not-your-father’s-Marriott accommodations with striking views of the Miami River, Biscayne Bay and Downtown city lights.
So like most of us Miami locals, we get asked all the time where we should stay when friends from out of town come to visit.