South Beach Travel Guide
Base is one of the hippest—and most ecumenical—stores in Miami, where each selection is more refined than the next. The young staff models the merch and embodies Miami cool, while the wide-ranging assortment on the shelves includes L.A.M.B.
Serving as the watering hole for one of SoBe's true Art Deco masterpieces, the evocative Setai Hotel, the Bar & Courtyard offers Asian-inspired cocktails that cool guests on the warmest Miami nights.
Water is the very essence of Miami, and it is the ease and sensuality of it that defines the city.
Located just a few steps from the clubs and lively atmosphere of Collins Avenue, this two-story boutique hotel provides an unexpected respite from the hustle and bustle of South Beach.
Housed in the Mondrian hotel, Agua Spa is the newer of two Morgans Hotel group spas in South Beach. Marcel Wanders designed this 4,000-square-foot space with an all-white lobby, and the monochromatic theme continues through the six treatment rooms.
Offering a typical South Beach party scene, Love Hate Lounge was founded by Miami Ink's Ami James and Chris Nunez.
Offering a respite in the lively South Beach neighborhood, the exclusive Setai Spa offers private suites, where customized treatments are enhanced by serene views of the ocean and pool.
Looking for a new shopping experience in a cozy yet distinctive place as off the beaten path as you can get in Miami Beach? Try Fly Boutique, a fun consignment store that offers new and vintage apparel and accessories.
Located inside The Standard hotel in Belle Isle Park, this 12,500 square-foot holistic and hydrotherapy spa provides a broad range of relaxation treatments. The Standard emphasizes communal experiences, but also offers one-on-one services including in-room.
Sandoval—a trumpeter, Dizzy Gillespie protégé, and first-rate jazz legend—runs a first-rate club, perfect for a downbeat evening. It's a welcome addition to the nightlife scene, which is full of one too many dance clubs.
The hotel is perfect for people watching. The lobby is the place to see and be seen, then go up to the Art Lounge for the real party.
This small hotel bar in South Beach’s art deco landmark, the Raleigh Hotel, offers a taste of a glamorous bygone era with its circa-1940’s mahogany bar, paneled walls, terrazzo floors, and midcentury furniture.