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W South Beach Miami Hotel

By Brian Pho


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The first W Hotel in Miami and located within one of the most glamorous neighborhoods in South Beach, W South Beach Hotel is a splendid beachfront oasis that mixes together contemporary design and amenities with organic architectural elements. The result is a staggering getaway, both sensual and classy, that has a lot to share.

The full 408 exquisitely appointed suites are branded with the W badge and follow it to the very detail. They come as one- or two-bedroom ocean suites, extreme WOW suites and gorgeous beach bungalows, alongside the first Mr. Chow in Miami – internationally famous restaurant brand with branches in New York and Beverly Hills – and The Dutch, providing original American cuisine, in spite of its name. The bedrooms are gorgeously decked in white and teal tones, perfectly put together to provide a relaxed atmosphere and tranquility.

Furthermore, the rooms are trimmed with a mix of ceramic wood tiles, glittering acrylic accents and exquisitely soft linens, boasting with expansive glass balconies, breathtaking panoramas of the ocean and the beach, and ultimately huge ceilings as high as 9 feet. And the W brand has contributed with loads more – 350 thread-count cotton-blend sheets on the W signature bed, in addition to plush pillow tip mattress.

Lounge-wise, W South Beach Miami encompasses three staggering bars – the WET Bar, the Living Room Bar and the WALL. There are further amenities like the WET with two stunning pools, in addition to full basketball courts and tennis courts, retail outposts Therapy and W The Store, famous salon Warren-Tricomi, a lush outdoor garden – the Grove -, a top notch fitness facility, dubbed SWEAT, with breathtaking panoramas over Miami and the signature Bliss spa.

And if you’re only after the accommodation at W South Beach but not these gorgeous facilities I’m mentioned above, then no worries – there are enough places to go all around the hotel, like cultural destinations, entertainment, shopping districts and restaurants – The Miami Beach Fillmore Theater, The New World Symphony Theater Lincoln Road etc. All you need to do is call the staff.


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About Brian Pho

Brian is a freelance writer and journalist with a passion for technology, gadgets and home innovations, a love for travel and a keen interest in anything that moves, whether it's cars, planes or yachts. Learn more about Luxatic's Editorial Process.

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