One of the most popular properties in the Collins Park area, the W South Beach Hotel offers resort amenities, panoramic sea views and easy access to all the excitement of the city. Located at 22 Street just off A1A, the hotel is ideally suited to travelers seeking exciting days and restful nights overlooking the Atlantic coast. Home to the city’s first Mr Chow Restaurant and the Manhattan comfort food spot The Dutch, the W also sets the scene for South Beach excitement at WALL Lounge, WET poolside bar and the totally cozy Living Room.
“The hotel provides guests and locals alike with W’s outstanding signature programming set in a stunning, cutting-edge design environment on the shores of one of the world’s most glamorous and fashionable beaches,” said Eva Ziegler, Global Brand Leader, W Hotels Worldwide and Le Méridien.
The very first W Hotel in Miami, the resort features 408 W-branded residences including ocean suites and beach bungalows. Architect Costas Kondylis and his team strategically positioned guest rooms on a 25 degree angle so that nearly every guest can have an unimpeded view of the ocean. Glass-enclosed balconies make it possible to welcome the dawn or toast the rise of the moon from the comfort of lavishly appointed quarters with two plasma TVs, CD & DVD players, MP3 docking stations and Cippolino marble baths. Relax after a day at the beach and get ready to explore the hot nightclub scene in sleek contemporary style.
Visitors will love the W South Beach’s two tropically-landscaped swimming pools with VIP cabanas, full-sized tennis and basketball courts and the state-of-the-art Sweat Fitness Facility. For a pampering escape, the Warren-Tricomi salon can handle a last-minute blow out or a full vacation makeover. To help alleviate the stress of vacation planning and the rigors of air travel, the Bliss spa can work out those tight shoulders, cramped backs and travel-weary complexion problems too. While it may be tempting to check in and hang out, all the excitement of South Beach is just outside the door.
Restaurant and nightlife veterans Nicola Siervo and Karim Masri own some of the city’s most popular Italian eateries and fuel the fires at top SoBe nightclubs like Mokai. Together they bring an edgy vibe to the WALL Lounge at the W Hotel by booking top international DJs, attracting a roster of celebrities and socialites and keeping the atmosphere sizzling hot nearly every night of the week. The buzz at the property also attracted top New York chef Andrew Carmellini who opted to expand his Manhattan brand on South Beach with the introduction of The Dutch American Restaurant, bar and oyster room. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner at the hotel, the casual environment at the 170-seat indoor/outdoor eatery appeals to travelers and locals.
If the allure of oceanfront living, delicious dining and sizzling nightlife isn’t quite enough to help guests find their Bliss – the 7,300 square foot pampering spa oasis will surely work its magic! Look and feel your best at the men’s and women’s lounges with two manicure and pedicure stations, seven personal treatment rooms, and a retail boutique. Opt for a Ginger Rub, a Betweeny Wax or an in-room Blissage or steam away your troubles in a glass-tiled shower, sauna or soaking tub set across three fabulous floors at the W South Beach.
Whether your travel style is relaxed and intimate or playful and social, the W South Beach provides an insider’s escape that is the ultimate in contemporary luxury. Newly built from the ground up in the heart of the Collins Park District, the oceanfront resort can facilitate your every need or simply make it easy to be left alone in the quiet comfort of a fully appointed luxury lounge under the shade of gently swaying palms. Designed with the South Beach lifestyle in mind, this coastal sanctuary stands ready 24 hours a day to make sure your vacation is everything you dreamed it could be – and more!
• Oceanfront hotel
• 4 blocks to Lincoln Road
• 7 blocks to Ocean Drive
• 3 block to Convention Center