Top Boutique Hotels in Miami for a Dream Vacation in the Tropical Paradise

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Excellent amenities and impeccable hospitality blend with a typical laid-back, relaxing ambiance of the beachfront lifestyle at boutique hotels in Miami. The following recommendations offer everything you need for a memorable tropical vacation.

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Sonesta Coconut Grove Miami

Tucked away in a quiet corner at The Grove, Sonesta Coconut Grove Miami offers elegantly appointed rooms with panoramic views of the sprawling Biscayne Bay. Guests can also enjoy the bay views while savoring delicious Latino dishes at the hotel’s onsite restaurant. Sonesta Coconut Grove Miami’s strategic location ensures quick access to CocoWalk and the downtown shopping plazas, coffee shops, eateries, and of course, Miami’s effervescent nightlife. You can choose from the city-view and bay-view rooms and suites. Rooms are cozy and comfortable, while suites are spacious and come with a separate living room and a fully equipped kitchen.

DoubleTree by Hilton Grand Hotel Biscayne Bay

Overlooking the Sea Isle Marina, DoubleTree by Hilton Grand Hotel Biscayne Bay is only 3.5 miles from South Beach. The hotel’s guest rooms feature king-size beds with down-filled duvets, work desks with chairs, LDC televisions, coffee makers, mini-refrigerators, and private balconies from which you can enjoy the views of the waterfront or the city anytime. If you are planning an extended stay, then choose from the hotel’s premium condominiums, which are more spacious and come with a separate living area, a private balcony, and a well-equipped kitchen.  From a plush swimming pool to a full-service spa to a state-of-the-art business center, this Biscayne Bay hotel has everything to satisfy your leisure and business needs.

South Seas Hotel

Located right on the South Beach, South Seas Hotel welcomes leisure seekers with uninterrupted ocean view, a lush tropical garden with hammocks, swimming pools lined with coconut palms, and a poolside restaurant and bar. A beautiful white-sand beach waits just behind the palm groves and South Beach’s lively entertainment district is only a brief walk from the hotel. The guest rooms are designed to ensure pure tropical bliss with soft beds, white linens, bright interiors, stylish furnishings, and orchid arrangements. Room amenities include a flat-panel television, Wi-Fi, work desk, safe, fridge, and continental breakfast.

The Ritz-Carlton Coconut Grove, Miami

Set amidst a verdant tropical garden to keep out the hustle and bustle of the city life, The Ritz-Carlton Coconut Grove, Miami ensures a quiet, relaxing retreat with a promise of the ultimate luxury. The boutique hotel close to Coral Gables’ shopping district, houses a luxury spa, a plush swimming pool, a fitness center that is accessible 24 hours, and a huge meeting space with business services including fax, photocopy, translator, and staffs for assistance. An array of elegantly appointed rooms come with plush beds, down-filled pillows, a TV with popular movie channels, a computer desk with chair, complimentary coffee/tea, a private balcony overlooking the beach, and a deluxe bathroom with premium bath amenities.

Conrad Miami

Overlooking the Biscayne Bay, the 36-storey hotel Conrad Miami stands tall on the Brickell Avenue, Miami. With modern rooms featuring minimalist decor to soothe your eyes, a luxury spa to pamper yourself anytime, a plush rooftop pool to soak in, and a bar with signature cocktails and wines to unwind, Conrad Miami is a perfect casual weekend getaway at the heart of Miami. The guest rooms feature premium bedding, flat-panel HDTV, work desk with a table lamp and ergonomic chair, a mini bar, a coffee machine, and a spacious bathroom with bathtub, shower, bathrobe, and toiletries.

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