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Every inch of this sprawling five-star luxury resort in posh Bal Harbour oozes money. Yabu Pushelberg’s shimmering interiors – think enormous crystal chandeliers, glass walls, high ceilings – conjure up a modern take on Art Deco opulence and the days of grand old hotels.

You’ll have to dress up not to be outclassed by the surroundings. The 227 guest rooms and suites all have ocean views and generous-sized terraces with plush sun loungers and café tables and chairs.

Even the smallest rooms are the size of a small New York apartment. Facilities include the Remède spa (one of the best on the beach), two oceanfront pools, a state of the art gym, children’s club and childcare services.

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The Plymouth strikes boutique hotel gold inside a restored Art Deco gem from the 1940s on South Beach. With a louche, subtropical clubhouse appeal, the hotel boasts a courtyard swimming pool and outpost of New York’s Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar & Grill.

A surprisingly sophisticated indoor bamboo bar opens up to a courtyard pool with a playful black and white checkered tile deck and cushy lounge chairs in sun-bleached coral. Most rooms are extra large with oversized bathrooms; some have French clawfoot bathtubs at the foot of the bed for an unexpected and playful touch.

Located a couple of blocks off the beach on Collins Park in South Beach’s northern perimeter, it feels slightly removed from the beaten path. Read expert review

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This cheeky boutique hotel pays homage to the irreverent former British Prime Minister, Lord Balfour. With avant-garde interiors inspired by tattoo art and a sculptural scroll climbing the ceiling filled with quotes by Balfour, it’s an intimate, highly stylish place to rest your head.

The Art Deco exterior continues inside the hotel, with square lines and low sofas in the spacious reception-cum-bar area. There are coffee table books showcasing photography of Miami, a concierge desk, and on the walls pieces from the hotel’s art collection.

There is no restaurant at the hotel but the bar serves a British-themed cocktail menu, with tea-infused drinks ($12) including the ‘Piccadilly Circus’: rum with canton green tea, mint and soda water.

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This hotel marries Old Florida glamour with modern luxury by restoring the original clubhouse, built in 1930 by Russell Pancoast, and adding an ultra-modern glass tower by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Richard Meier.

In its heyday, it was graced by the likes of Winston Churchill, Frank Sinatra and Elizabeth Taylor. Today, the common areas exude understated elegance in a palette of creamy limestone and marble with mossy green upholstered chairs, brass accents and a dark wood vaulted ceiling in the original ballroom-turned-champagne bar.

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EAST, Miami is a glistening, modern new-build with floor-to-ceiling windows and an East-meets-West design aesthetic. It’s awash in natural earth tones with high ceilings in the lobby, natural stone walls and brown marble tile floors.

While it pays homage to its Chinese roots through clean and spare design, it also draws on Miami’s reputation as a cultural melting pot with international influences ranging from South American cuisine to a Bali-inspired rooftop bar.

They’ve tapped local artist Alejandro Mijares to create a mural on the walls of a central staircase. The whole vibe is modern, youthful and luxurious. Read expert review

The public spaces of W South Beach are sophisticated and fun on a massive scale. The entrance lobby has enormous brass screens, Mongolian fur-covered chairs, giant purple leather poufs and Damien Hirst and Jean-Michel Basquiat artworks on rotation amongst other contemporary masters.

The labyrinthine poolscape offers inspired lounging in a lush, expansive backyard. In the 408 rooms, the effect is less nightclub and more relaxed luxury, with cool white and grey interiors, mirrored surfaces and chandeliers.

Each room has a balcony overlooking the beach. For a pre-dinner drink, it doesn’t get much more stylish than Living Room which offers expertly mixed cocktails and a buzzy crowd. Read expert review

The Miami Beach EDITION tows the line between sumptuous mid-century glamour and restrained modernity.

A sprawling five-star luxury resort in posh Bal Harbour, the 227-room St Regis Bal Harbour offers unparalleled service and amenities. Yabu Pushelberg’s shimmering interiors – think enormous crystal chandeliers, glass walls, high ceilings – conjure up a modern take on art deco opulence and the days of grand old hotels.

You’ll have to dress up not to be outclassed by the décor. Facilities include the Remède spa (one of the best on the beach), two oceanfront pools, a state of the art gym, children’s club and childcare services.

The beach villas (each has its own bathroom, wet bar, indoor lounge and dining patio) come with their own butler. Read expert review

A classic Art Deco hideaway in the heart of South Beach, The Raleigh is famous for its lovely, baroque swimming pool where movie star and synchronised swimmer Esther Williams once splashed in the 1950s.

Originally erected by famed architect L. Murray Dixon in 1940, The Raleigh is a confirmed South Beach classic. Where some Art Deco properties veer towards kitschy or overwrought, this exudes a fashionable, understated grace from its original terrazzo floors to comfy outdoor dining amidst a tangle of tropical hardwood trees at Restaurant Michael Schwartz.

Rooms follow the same design scheme as the hotel’s common areas with pink, cream and natural wood as the pervasive colour palette. Read expert review

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By Faena Hotel’s pool, a Damien Hirst sculpture of a woolly mammoth skeleton dipped in 24-karat gold stands inside a temperature-controlled glass case.

Situated on a unique island enclave off mainland Miami’s financial district, this famed five-star property – with world-class spa and high-end Peruvian restaurant – is a true destination resort. Offering stunning views of Biscayne Bay, its lobby bar and outdoor dining venue cater to a buzzing after-work crowd, while both a stylish pool and man-made beach allow guests to soak up the sun here sans the South Beach scene.

Rooms are luxurious with classical furnishings in neutral tones of honey and cream. Spacious accommodations include balconies or large terraces and oversized marble bathrooms with soaking tubs. Read expert review

Independently owned by a family of world travellers, Circa 39’s renovations reflect a traveller’s spirit with eclectic design influences drawn from African tribal prints, bright colours such as lime green and citrus, beachy rattan furniture, vintage travel posters and photographs from around the world.

The cosy 97-room boutique hotel has a welcoming lobby and lush interior courtyard. Rooms are bright and sun-filled with the same design influences as the lobby. Located on 39th Street and Collins Avenue across the street from the ocean, the hotel is in up and coming Mid-Beach near some of the beach’s trendiest new hotels.

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Lovingly referred to as a ‘micro-boutique’ by its proprietor Ciro Campagnol, it is designed to feel more like a friend’s beach house than a hotel. It’s just across the street from the beach, with stand-up paddleboards on hand to borrow.

The hotel’s style is more Hamptons beach house than South Beach kitsch, with interiors in soft blue, rustic white-washed wooden furniture, comfy loungers and decorative knick knacks on white-painted shelves.

The owner is a musician and, thus, there’s a piano in the lobby. The small plates menu at The Local House is perfect for a mix-and-match feast of octopus a la plancha, tuna sashimi, goat cheese croquettes and lamb sliders.

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The Raleigh is a classic Art Deco hideaway in the heart of South Beach

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 result is a theatrical fantasia in red, gold and tiger print, dusted with mind-bending contemporary art.

Suites are outfitted with bright turquoise velvet drapes that look as if they were plucked from a proscenium stage and are now framing a sitting room with a luscious red velvet sofa, overstuffed coral armchairs and a plush Deco area rug.

Outside by the pool, a woolly mammoth skeleton dipped in 24-karat gold, by Damien Hirst, stands inside a temperature-controlled glass case overlooking the beach. Read expert review

The historic Surf Club on Miami Beach has been given a second life thanks to the Four Seasons. Wi… Read expert review

The Hotel St. Augustine is located in a charming residential neighbourhood near South Pointe Park just two blocks from the beach, known as SoFi (South of Fifth district), the southernmost part of South Beach.

The area is home to many of top restaurants. It’s very stylish for such an affordable hotel. The building, which was built in 1937, was given new interiors by designer Peter Page. Designed in a calming white palette with custom-milled Maplewood interiors and steam showers, the rooms are a retreat in and of themselves.

The shower cabin doubles as a steam room, with multi-jet massagers and stereo speakers inside. The in-room bar contains aromatherapy products – oils, lotions and scrubs – by H2O. Read expert review

The SLS exudes a clubby, polished vibe with a touch of whimsy and a rock ‘n’ roll edge. In addition to Philippe Starck’s interiors, American musician Lenny Kravitz was tasked with designing the penthouse, drawing inspiration from world travel.

With the front desk tucked away in an alcove, the hotel’s common areas flow like one continuous party from bar to dining room, to back patio to pool. Each space has its own particular design scheme, from sleek black leather banquettes and plush red carpet, to rattan furniture with cushions popping in pastel atop Spanish tile floors.

It’s an environment where South Beach’s ubiquitous mini skirts and stilettos are in their natural habitat. Read expert review

The public spaces of W South Beach are sophisticated and fun on a massive scale. The entrance lobby has enormous brass screens, Mongolian fur-covered chairs, giant purple leather poufs and Damien Hirst and Jean-Michel Basquiat artworks on rotation amongst other contemporary masters.

The labyrinthine poolscape offers inspired lounging in a lush, expansive backyard. In the 408 rooms, the effect is less nightclub and more relaxed luxury, with cool white and grey interiors, mirrored surfaces and chandeliers.

Each room has a balcony overlooking the beach, a kitchenette, Bose sound system, Bliss toiletries, Wi-Fi and docking station. Read expert review

SLS Brickell is a spacious and luxurious glass tower with fantastical interiors by visionary French designer Philippe Starck and an impressive contemporary art collection. With warm, butterscotch tufted leather sofas, embroidered Picasso throw pillows, faux fur blankets and oversized area rugs stitched with old maps, the second floor lobby is a chic, clubby playhouse designed for the world traveller.

The is also a sprawling rooftop pool deck with enviable views of Biscayne Bay and Miami’s skyline, as well as a series of three swimming pools, the Ciel Spa, a private screening room movie theatre and a swanky, state-of-the-art fitness centre overlooking the pool.

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This hip hotel-hostel with both private and shared rooms, anchored by one of Miami Beach’s most popular cocktail bars, is something of an anomaly; at once one of Miami’s trendiest and most affordable hotels.

The Roman and Williams design is hip and eclectic with mix-and-match furniture. The highlight is the lush, expansive courtyard with a nearby pool, home to the Broken Shaker, which has a party vibe at night.

27 Restaurant has swiftly become the locals’ favorite restaurant. The menu is inspired by Miami and its melting pot of cultures: from Jewish-Israeli influences, there are latkes and shakshuka; from Latin America, there’s an arepa platter and rabo encendido made with Cuban rice and oxtail.

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An insider’s guide to the top boutique hotels in Miami, including the best for Art Deco architecture, stylish interiors, buzzing bars, trendy restaurants and incredible pools, in locations including Collins Avenue, South Beach Mid-Beach and Downtown Miami. 

An insider’s guide to the best design hotels in Miami, including the best places to stay for designer interiors, ultra-modern suites, glittering swimming pools, ocean views and priceless artworks, in locations including Downtown, Miami Beach and South Beach.

A collaboration between American hotelier Ian Schrager and Marriott International, The Miami Beach EDITION occupies a restored mid-century grand dame on the Atlantic Ocean with food and drink by celebrity chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten.

The hotel’s design tows the line between sumptuous mid-century glamour and restrained modernity with a sprawling, all-white marble lobby occupying the curvilinear lines of the hotel’s historic bones.

Original gold mosaic columns twinkle amidst forests of potted palms and entertainment is at every turn with a lobby bar and entrances to the hotel’s multiple dining venues, swimming pool, bowling alley, ice rink and nightclub.

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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 result is a theatrical fantasia in red, gold and tiger print, dusted with mind-bending contemporary art.

The gilded cathedral entrance bears eight neo-romantic murals by Spanish artist Juan Gatti and its own custom soundtrack by DJ Henrietta for a New Age-y reverential effect. Outside by the pool, a woolly mammoth skeleton dipped in 24-karat gold stands inside a temperature-controlled glass case overlooking the beach, palm trees swaying overhead.

It’s a Damien Hirst sculpture entitled “Gone But Not Forgotten”. Read expert review

A collaboration between American hotelier Ian Schrager and Marriott International, the hotel’s design tows the line between sumptuous mid-century glamour and restrained modernity with a sprawling, all-white marble lobby occupying the curvilinear lines of the hotel’s historic bones.

Original gold mosaic columns twinkle amidst forests of potted palms and entertainment is at every turn with a lobby bar and entrances to the hotel’s multiple dining venues, swimming pool and downstairs nightclub.

The rooms, with their clean lines, white porcelain floors, natural oak wood furnishing and gold accents, feel deceptively spare, at first – more unfinished, than minimal. That is, until you realize how intuitively they’ve been designed for total comfort and relaxation.

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The historic Surf Club on Miami Beach has been given a second life thanks to the Four Seasons. With the restoration of its original Mediterranean Revival clubhouse and the addition of a glittering 12-storey glass tower, the luxury resort brings a bit of Old Florida glamour back to Surfside.

The rooms are nothing short of sublime, each with a plush white bed set amidst luxurious finishes like marble, brass and sun-bleached hardwood in a palette of cream and sand tones, and with a pale green accent bench.

With white wainscot ceilings in a large diamond pattern and accordion-textured walls, rooms have a clean, jewel box-like composition lined with sumptuous upholstery, from a nubby area rug to an architectural chaise lounge, sofa and desk.

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The hotel is a glistening, modern new-build with floor-to-ceiling windows and an East-meets-West design aesthetic. It’s awash in natural earth tones with high ceilings in the lobby, natural stone walls and brown marble tile floors.

While it pays homage to its Chinese roots through clean and spare design, it also draws on Miami’s reputation as a cultural melting pot with international influences ranging from South American cuisine to a Bali-inspired rooftop bar.

They’ve tapped local artist Alejandro Mijares to create a mural on the walls of a central staircase. The whole vibe is modern, youthful and luxurious. Read expert review

The Langford is something downtown Miami hasn’t seen before: an independent boutique hotel with a finely tuned food and beverage programme. The 126-room Beaux-Arts beauty is in a category of its own, with 1920s Jazz Age-inspired design and a rooftop bar offering a unique vantage of the city’s famous skyline.

With only 14 rooms per floor and wainscoted wooden doors, the hotel has a Golden Age residential aesthetic. Rooms all come with a queen bed in a cozy setting full of vintage brass accessories. PB Station restaurant is a New American concept – think heirloom radish salad with fresh burrata and pickled strawberries, French onion soup dumplings and a mouth-watering bistro burger.

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A seaside retreat in Sunny Isles Beach, the five-star Acqualina Resort & Spa on the Beach is all luxury, and is home to one of the city’s finest spas. It’s a calmer, quieter alternative to South Beach.

The design is Mediterranean opulence with vaulted ceilings, golden chandeliers, copious marble, Spanish tile and limestone, but it’s the views of the glittering Atlantic Ocean, by way of the elegant pool deck, that steal the show.

The bedrooms have an air of modern luxury, outfitted as they are in a palette of ash grey, cream, champagne and gold with opulent textures like satin, faux fur and high-gloss lacquer, and with large balconies offering views of the ocean or the Intracoastal Waterway.

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The Angler’s is a historic Mediterranean Revival building with large rooms and duplex accommodations, some offering private patios. A lushly landscaped courtyard boasts a pool and an under-the-radar, yet tasty, restaurant and the hotel is only a few blocks from the beach.

Privacy and serenity are the main draws. Rooms are large and residential-style, many with private patios or rooftop terraces. The cuisine at the restaurant, 660 Angler’s, is American with Latin flavours, with stand-out dishes ranging from braised short rib to crispy seared snapper.

In addition to the pool, guests can borrow bicycles and yoga mats are found in every room. Read expert review

Looming large as the tallest building in South Beach, The Setai is a bastion of privacy and tranq… Read expert review

A glittering 54-storey tower in downtown Miami with sweeping views of the Miami River and Biscayne Bay, the EPIC hotel is a luxurious destination featuring London transplant Zuma for fine Japanese dining.

The 16th-floor pool deck is chock-full of amenities, with two angular infinity pools and the acclaimed Exhale Spa with results-oriented treatments and Core Fusion and yoga classes. The 411 rooms and suites are designed by Californian designer Cheryl Rowley, who excels at discrete glamour and modern comfort.

Each room has a private balcony, honey-coloured wood furniture, floor-to-ceiling windows and sumptuous bedding. Read expert review

SLS Brickell is a spacious and luxurious glass tower with fantastical interiors by visionary French designer Philippe Starck and an impressive contemporary art collection thanks to developer and collaborator Jorge Pérez, who is also benefactor of Miami’s landmark Pérez Art Museum Miami downtown.

With warm, butterscotch tufted leather sofas, embroidered Picasso throw pillows, faux fur blankets and oversized area rugs stitched with old maps, the second floor lobby is a chic, clubby playhouse designed for the world traveller.

The rooms are modern, minimal and spacious in a colour palette of white, slate and pale pink. Each boasts a private terrace balcony, full-length framed mirrors resting against the walls (and mounted on the ceiling above the bed, cut in an amorphous shape) and smartly designed desk and lounge space.

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The Delano is a true South Beach original that set the tone for a slew of boutique party hotels to follow. The lobby is a perennially buzzing scene with high ceilings, gauzy white curtains and columns creating vignettes atop luxurious hardwood floors.

Inspired by Alice in Wonderland, the space features sofas in dramatic proportions, a Salvador Dalí Leda chair, a pool table and the ornate Rose Bar outfitted with Venetian glass chandeliers. Rooms are modern and plush in stark all-white furnishings with bright green monstera plants or orchids serving as accent décor.

The hotel’s whimsical oceanfront backyard with a long, infinity-edged pool, copious cabanas, daybeds and a buzzing bar is a main attraction. Read expert review

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The famed London private members’ club’s Miami Beach outpost is found just north of South Beach in lush oceanfront digs. Think Agatha Christie meets Gio Ponti (pop art tiles with glamorous chandeliers, colourful textiles and well-stuffed sofas).

The 50 rooms are each individually designed with antique pieces, colourful textiles and a mirrored Art Deco-style drinks bar. There are enormous balconies (big enough for two sofas) overlooking the ocean in six of the rooms.

The 3,300 sq ft Cowshed spa feels like a spruced-up barn, with excellent treatments and a blow-dry bar reminiscent of an old-fashioned barber shop. Cecconi’s, the second US outpost of London’s beloved Mayfair restaurant, operates in the garden under vine-draped pergolas and fairy lights.

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A sprawling five-star luxury resort in posh Bal Harbour, the 227-room St Regis Bal Harbour offers… Read expert review

The Gale hotel is located in the prime of the prime of South Beach’s glittering Collins Avenue scene. Its throwback Art Deco glamour is executed in a tasteful, self-contained manner with framed black and white vintage photographs of South Beach’s heyday.

The décor is elegant and understated in a palette of creams and blues with dark hardwood floors. Most come for the fun: The Regent Cocktail Club is home to the most expertly-mixed cocktails in Miami by some of its most prized mixologists, and a stylish crowd to match.

Rec Room, with its sometimes-tough door and eclectic, crowd-pleasing DJ sets, has proven to be a perennial nightlife favourite. Read expert review

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