We all are way late for a bit of cold weather.
Since travel has been halted due to a pandemic – your U.S. passport is pretty useless right now – there’s a great alternative in your own backyard.
Sure, Miami has unbearable traffic and summers are brutal, but living in paradise has its benefits. For example, a safe and quiet location is just an Uber ride away.
And since tourism is far away, hotels offer offers for residents. So take advantage and let one of these hotels be the base of your next stay in Miami.
1 Hotel South Beach
2341 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
You deserve to be on top of the world. In the rooftop pool of 1 South Beach Hotel – located 18 floors above the white sands of Miami Beach – you feel just like that. For further relaxation, there are three more pools on site, Bamford Wellness Centerand full-time events such as full moon rituals, spiritual chart readings, and dynamic yoga. If you book by March 31, you can get a discount of up to 35 percent (with flexible cancellation), and 1 hotel will donate Housing works a non-profit organization that fights AIDS and homelessness.
For the Coral Gables stay, Biltmore remains number one.
Photo courtesy of Biltmore
For those who don’t want to flock to the beach like all other snow birds, Biltmore remains a timeless and elegant option. Originally built in 1926, this main Coral Gables support exudes luxury and class when you need those vibes the most. In addition to the award-winning Donald Ross Spa and Golf Course, its 600,000-gallon massive pool and adjoining pool are open relics a day (or ten). Pro tip: In addition to all other current offers, Biltmore offers a discount to Florida residents.
The pandemic will not prevent Clevelander from spending a good – and safe time.
Photo courtesy of Clevelander South Beach
Clevelander South Beach
1020 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach
Even if you’ve never been there, you know Clevelander. It’s there Jersey Shore the crew had fun by the pool and where ESPN opened a store to cover the LIV before the Super Bowl. The hot spot on Ocean Drive continues to bring fun in the midst of a pandemic, and her “Famous Frostens” have gone nowhere. Behind the pool and the paved part of the Clevelander pool, its rooms are bright, unpretentious and colorful. Florida residents (and residents of Georgia) earn 20 percent of their stay, two Famous Frosens, and 25 percent of food and drink purchased anywhere in the hotel.
Generator Miami will provide you with a relaxing weekend.
Photo courtesy of Generator from Miami
If you stay in your residence for months if you feel like a grumpy spoiled sport, perhaps your favorite boutique hotel and hostel in Miami Beach will help you relax. Housed in a modern art deco building, Generator Miami is home to an intimate pool and bar by which you can spend hours (if not weeks). Regardless of the size of your quarantine balloon, Generator can offer a room, from a private suite to a dormitory with ten beds. If you’re looking for a longer stay away from your home office, you can save 30 percent if you book seven nights or more.
Bright beachfront accommodation is your Miami Beach Edition accommodation.
Photo by Nicholas Koenig
The Miami Beach Edition achieves the perfect balance of escape while retaining your space. Among the dazzling amenities of the seaside property you will find two private pools and always peaceful sandstone – a secluded corner covered with trees right next to the beach, equipped with hammocks, cushions on cushions, even a table tennis table. Once you finish your dreamy stay and check out, you’ll probably want to look Beach Club releases Miami Beach, which allows local residents access to facilities as well as exclusive prices.
Baia Beach Club on Mondrian South Beach has people leading along the coast.
Photo courtesy of Mondrian South Beach
Mondrian South Beach
1100 West Ave., Miami Beach
Among the recent improvements and transformations, Mondrian South Beach has a new beach club called Baia Beach Club. Sure, the celestial, turquoise strings of South Beach can entice the masses, but this place should be frequented by quite a few people in a moment – if they haven’t already. After spending the afternoon on a lounger in Baia, be sure to explore its Mediterranean restaurant. Mondrian’s rooms are equally impressive, decorated by international designer Marcel Wanders and breathtaking with city views. Among the hotel’s current special offers, residents of Florida and Georgia get 20 percent of the best price, along with free parking.
Views of the port of St. Regis Bal will very well leave you speechless.
Photo courtesy of St. Regis Bal
St. Luke’s Regis Bal
9703 Collins Ave., Bal Harbor
Maybe you saved some dough while not running wild around town through a pandemic? Well, it’s time to treat yourself to the port of St. Regis Bal. This 27-storey beauty exudes luxury and has amenities. Among its activities you can book a unique shopping experience at the resort by exploring exclusively De Beers Jewelers collection, book a villa on the sea or see the recently opened culinary places, Atlanticos and St. Regis Bar. Bonus: If you are looking at apartments, each individually in the port of St. Regis Bal has a ridiculously beautiful view of the ocean.
Timeless elegance and plenty of activities. What else would you expect from the Ritz-Carlton?
Photo courtesy of the Ritz-Carlton, South Beach
Ritz-Carlton, South Beach
1 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach
God bless the Ritz-Carlton, South Beach and the endless peaceful blessings in them during this irreconcilable era. Highlighting the glamor you would expect from the Ritz-Carlton brand, this Lincoln Road anchor is at the heart of the action for a superior stay. But why dare to own a property when everything is fine there? Conveniences include Sunday breakfast Fire and sea (fresh mussels, arroz con pollo and ribbed crust, oh my!) ia Timeless capsule spa treatment, including a range of treatments lasting 40 minutes or less. And, yes, the rooms, from residences overlooking the city to apartments on the coast, will ensure you never want to go home.
Let SLS Brickell add a little color to your next stay.
Photo courtesy of SLS Brickell
1300 S. Miami Ave., Miami
Let this wildly picturesque Brickell hotel bring a little color to your world. SLS Brickell offers 124 rooms and several hot dining rooms to help you feel at home. Saam Lounge serves craft cocktails and memorable snacks in a space designed by Philippe Starck File it is anchored with handmade pizzas in a wood-fired oven. The common areas and rooms at the SLS Brickell Hotel will leave you feeling rejuvenated. It’s fun, maybe a little weird and absolutely never boring.
If the basis of the Standard will not leave you relaxed, what will?
Photo courtesy of Standard Spa, Miami Beach
Although its spa is in the renovation phase until the spring of 2021, hotel rooms at Standard Spa, Miami Beach, are still a very good place to stay. Spa lovers can book treatment in the hotel’s temporary spa suites and mud lounge. Behind the spa, Standard rooms are a relaxing hit. Professional tips: Book one of the en suite rooms and treat yourself to a private outdoor terrace with its own soaking tub. For rough, standard Lido Bayside Grill dishes fine frosé and an even finer view of the bay. The standard offers a 40 percent discount for stays of seven nights or more.
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