The Best Hotels With Balconies in Miami Beach, Florida

Loews Miami Beach Hotel has some incredible views from its balconies
Loews Miami Beach Hotel has some incredible views from its balconies | Courtesy of Loews Miami Beach Hotel / Expedia
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25 November 2020

Whether you want to wake up to a city skyline or uninterrupted sea views, a room with a balcony offers a private vista of magnificent Miami Beach. A dream for sunset-watchers and couples, these hotels also have exclusive restaurants, heavenly infinity pools and drop-dead gorgeous beaches. Just specify when booking to guarantee your outdoor space, and then sit back and take in the city’s sights without going anywhere.

The Miami Beach EDITION

Resort, Chain Hotel
4.5/5 (651 Reviews)
Miami Beach Edition
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From $378 Per night per room

An unlikely collaboration between Marriott and king of boutique cool Ian Schrager, the EDITION is an irresistible mash-up of impossible glamour and no-holds-barred fun. The dramatic all-white lobby shimmers with gold columns and candles, yet rooms are starkly minimal, with some having balconies that overlook the ocean below. You probably won’t linger, though, as the property has two lively pools, a cutting-edge spa, a stellar nightclub and 70,000sqft (6,503sqm) of a powder-soft beach, the largest of any hotel in the city.

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Loews Miami Beach Hotel

4.4/5 (2610 Reviews)
Loews Miami Beach Hotel – South Beach
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From $306 Per night per room
Luxury is all in the details at Loews. Rooms at this stylish Collins Avenue property feature wall-size art, tactile furnishings, Keurig coffee makers and Julien Farel hair products, while many have balconies overlooking the ocean. Downstairs, the Exhale Spa offers yoga, barre and free meditation classes, while the pool is lined with VIP cabanas. There’s also a popular outpost of New York seafood restaurant Lure Fishbar; don’t miss the iced platters piled high with oysters, crab and shrimp.
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1 Hotel South Beach

Eco Hotel
4.6/5 (1138 Reviews)
1 Hotel South
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From $527 Per night per room

Spanning an entire city block on Collins Avenue, 1 Hotel South Beach doesn’t do anything by halves. You can enjoy the property’s 600ft (183m) white-sand beach, pool-size hot tub, rooftop pool with 360-degree views and multiple dining options, while a wellness center offers everything from sunrise yoga to classes in mindfulness. The sustainable rooms feature yoga mats, filtered water taps and HEPA air filters, and many have balconies with seating, where you can toast the spectacular Miami sunset.

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The Setai, Miami Beach

Resort, Hotel, Luxury
4.7/5 (348 Reviews)
The Setai, Miami
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From $671 Per night per room

Book carefully if a balcony is non-negotiable at the Setai. Rooms are either in a restored art deco building or a glittering glass tower looming over South Beach, but only the tower’s oceanfront suites come with balconies. Complimentary airport transfers, valet parking and breakfast also come with these rooms, but the sweeping ocean views are alone worth every penny. Tear yourself away for the exclusive Asian restaurant, Jaya, temperature-controlled pools and exclusive spa specializing in Swiss anti-ageing skincare.

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The Palms Hotel and Spa

Resort, Hotel
4.5/5 (1665 Reviews)
The Palms Hotel & Spa
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From $216 Per night per room

Choose a suite at this laid-back beachfront property to sip cocktails on your very own large terrace. Specify, when booking, whether you prefer to gaze at the brilliantly blue Atlantic Ocean or people-watch with bustling city views – though all rooms come with spa-inspired bathrooms, Aveda products and Chromecast streaming. Head downstairs to enjoy the lagoon-style pool, spa, tropical gardens and breezy restaurant, all steps from the expansive white-sand beach.

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  • Nobu Hotel Miami Beach

    Hotel, Luxury
    3.9/5 (856 Reviews)
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    From $314 Per night per room

    The giant Eden Roc to the north of Miami Beach conceals a gourmet gem. The Miami outpost of the acclaimed Nobu group from celebrated Japanese chef Nobu Matsuhisa is characteristically elegant. The Japanese-inspired rooms have a streamlined, natural design featuring paper lanterns, silk wallpaper, coffee machines and a mini-bar stocked with sake and Japanese sweets; some even have balconies. Downstairs, you’ll find a tasteful pool, a farm-to-beach oceanfront restaurant, a spa and, of course, the renowned Nobu restaurant serving its world-famous sushi.

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    Mondrian South Beach

    Hotel, Luxury
    3.8/5 (1081 Reviews)
    Mondrian South Beach
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    From $285 Per night per room

    When you need some time away from the razzle-dazzle of South Beach, recharge at the coolly tasteful Mondrian, overlooking Biscayne Bay. Acclaimed Dutch designer Marcel Wanders designed this all-suite property, which features dreamy white spaces, unexpected design flourishes and an impossibly grown-up pool. The brand-new beach club, built in 2020, is the Mondrian’s secret weapon, though, including a marina, an open-air living room and a spa offering everything from moonlit yoga to mindful meditation classes.

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    The Betsy

    Boutique Hotel, Hotel Barge, Spa Hotel, Hotel
    4.5/5 (876 Reviews)
    The Betsy Hotel
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    From $316 Per night per room

    Take refuge from Ocean Drive’s noisy bars and neon with jazz evenings, sunrise yoga and poetry at the gloriously refined Betsy, in the heart of the Art Deco Historic District. This family-owned property is a refreshing alternative to the city’s flashier hotels, though its rooftop infinity pool and renowned seafood restaurant ups the glam quota. Several rooms have balconies and feel like a home away from home, with alpaca bed throws, walnut floors, curated libraries and artwork from the owner’s personal collection.

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    These recommendations were updated on November 25, 2020 to keep your travel plans fresh.

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