Hotels in Miami

With the words sleep with me emblazoned on its front windows —as well as on the T's worn by the buff staff—Aqua is bound to attract a sexy crowd. Besides the blue condom waiting for you on the bed, another turn-on is the impressively big and stylish rooms.

For the ultimate romantic getaway, head to the Ritz-Carlton in Key Biscayne, an island off the coast of Miami and away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

This 1920’s Coral Gables haunt is  jaw-droppingly dreamy. Hand-painted frescoes on the barrel-vaulted ceilings grace the lobby of this Mediterranean chateau.

Nestled on the exclusive island of Brickell Key, the Mandarin Oriental is a cosmopolitan darling that dazzles. Your love-cation will look something like this: whisked away on the glass elevator to the VIP couples spa suite for dual massages, champagne and strawberries.

This intimate beachfront oasis guarantees direct ocean views from every room. In-room spa treatments, round-the-clock dining, and Nespresso machines mean you don’t have to ever leave your romantic chamber.

At first glance, you won’t believe this is a hotel—perhaps because it was the former mansion of designer Gianni Versace.

Two-bedroom suites are big enough to fit the whole family, but you’ll want to leave your room at this Sunny Isles beachfront resort and discover all its great family amenities.

Rest assured your kids will have the time of their lives at Trump International’s enviro-adventures where they’ll learn everything from how sand is formed to how to make a difference in the world with a game of oil spill cleanup.

The most glamorous resort on Miami Beach isn’t just for adults. Twelve pools, some with waterfalls and others with slides, give the kids ample room to splash. Or for a daily fee, the Family Concierge will personalize adventures for tots.

Acqualina recently won a Gold Choice Award for being one of the best hotels for kids and families in America, so naturally they decided to up their game even more and implement a complimentary marine biology program dubbed AcquaMarine.

Loews loves kids. In fact, that’s the name of their program for youngsters of all ages.

Probably the most anticipated opening of the year, The Thompson South Beach is already accepting reservations for November 2014.

Hippies will feel right at home upon entering Vintro and finding an air stream in the middle of the first floor garden. You’ll think you’re walking into a library when entering the elevator that’s wallpapered with books from top to bottom.

The novel Hilton Cabana Miami Beach sits pretty on millionaire’s row and is surrounded by a plethora of upscale eateries and entertainment venues. Oversized rooms are disguised as beachside cabanas and pixie dusted with a dash of 1950’s glamour.

Don’t just walk by this hidden gem that’s tucked away adjacent to Collins Park and a block away from the Atlantic—stay a while. Local artists furnish the cozy 51-room guesthouse via an Artist in Residence program.