Accommodation in Miami for the Savvy Traveler

Get social by Generator Miami's pool and bar
Get social by Generator Miami's pool and bar | Courtesy of Generator Miami / Expedia
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25 November 2020

Florida’s party capital is world-famous for its glamorous nightlife, art deco buildings and tropical beaches. These hotels make it easy to explore the multicultural metropolis.

Whether you need to be close to Downtown’s financial district or want to live it up in South Beach, Miami has the perfect hotel. The city offers a mind-boggling array of family-friendly resorts, glamorous adult-focused hotels, party-pad hostels and all-suite properties suitable for longer stays. Good weather comes at no extra cost.

The Miami Beach EDITION

Resort, Chain Hotel
4.5/5 (710 Reviews)
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Price Drop
Now from $405 per night
Miami’s diverse delights might be on the doorstep but you may never need to venture beyond this glossy fun-focused property north of South Beach. Dubbed an urban resort, the beachfront Ian Schrager-designed property has a cutting-edge spa, top fitness center, outdoor movie screenings and Michelin-starred chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten in charge of food. For nights out, the basement nightclub is a slick homage to Studio 54 with its own ice rink and bowling alley, complete with luminescent bowling balls and neon light show.
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Kimpton EPIC Hotel

Boutique Hotel, Hotel
4.2/5 (1032 Reviews)
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Price Drop
Now from $235 per night
Located in a sparkling 54-story tower in Downtown Miami, Kimpton EPIC knows how to make its guests feel special. From the private marina for no-hassle boat trips to the champagne brunches at celebrated Zuma, the hotel takes care of every detail leaving you to relax and enjoy. Join barre and yoga classes at the upmarket spa, book a massage in the poolside cabana or take in views of Biscayne Bay from the flash, 16th-floor infinity pool.
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The Standard Spa, Miami Beach

Boutique Hotel, Spa Hotel, Hotel
4.1/5 (774 Reviews)
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Price Drop
Now from $218 per night
The Standard may be within easy reach of Miami Beach’s party scene but wellness is the priority here. There’s a juice bar, sunrise yoga deck and extensive spa, while rooms are stocked with organic bath products and healthy minibar treats. Guests are encouraged to wind down by the fire pits and hanging chairs in the tropical gardens, or relax in the grassy solar circle. They can also while away hours in the pool area, complete with Arctic plunge pool, mud lounge and waterfall hot tub.
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Carillon Miami Wellness Resort

Spa Hotel
4.4/5 (478 Reviews)
Carillon
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Price Drop
Now from $424 per night
Put your wellness woes in the hands of the experts at this extensive resort in North Beach and emerge feeling like a new person. The largest spa in South Florida, the all-suite resort offers doctor-led treatments as well as alternative techniques to target everything from ageing to pain. The onsite wellness concierge will help make sense of the 20 daily fitness classes, thermal experiences and array of treatments, including IV therapy, chakra balancing and cupping.
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  • Marriott's Villas at Doral

    Resort, Hotel, Villa
    4.6/5 (451 Reviews)
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    Price Drop
    Now from $180 per night
    Fancy a little more space to spread out on holiday? These two-bedroom villas are ideal for families and groups traveling together, with a separate dining area, whirlpool bathtub and fully stocked kitchen with fridge, oven and dishwasher. Though a car is handy to explore the rest of Miami from this suburban location, guests can still access a heated outdoor pool, fitness center, small lakeside beach, games room and family barbecue area.
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    The Mutiny Hotel

    Hotel
    4.1/5 (972 Reviews)
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    Price Drop
    Now from $199 per night
    Opened in 1969, The Mutiny was party central for Miami’s glitterati until it closed in the mid-’80s. It eventually re-opened as the all-suite property in Coconut Grove, ideal for those planning extended city stays. Contemporary one- and two-bedroom suites come with separate living rooms and full kitchens as well, as balconies overlooking the city or the idyllic bay below. There’s also a pool, spa, fitness center and Latin American-inspired restaurant.
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    Hampton Inn & Suites Miami Brickell-Downtown

    Hotel
    4.6/5 (1024 Reviews)
    Hampton Inn
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    Price Drop
    Now from $170 per night
    If you’d rather splash the cash on Miami’s upmarket restaurants and glitzy nightclubs instead of a bed for the night, this bright, eco-conscious hotel fits the bill. Close to Brickell’s restaurants and bars, the hotel has its own lobby bar, with nightly happy hour, plus Cuban and Asian restaurants. A rooftop pool means you can still make the most of Florida’s sunshine while local calls, a hot breakfast and 24-hour tea and coffee are thrown in free.
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    Generator Miami

    Hostel
    4/5 (825 Reviews)
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    Price Drop
    Now from $79 per night
    Don’t compromise on location even if you want to cut the budget. The Generator offers same- and mixed-sex dorms as well as private twins, doubles and suites, but in a spot usually reserved for megabucks hotels. Just 100ft (30m) from the beach on trendy Collins Avenue, this lively design-led hotel has a pool with bar, skateboard and bike rentals, complimentary pool towels and the buzzing Jim & Neesie restaurant for homemade pasta, craft cocktails and Italian-inspired meat dishes.
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    These recommendations were updated on November 25, 2020 to keep your travel plans fresh.

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