Miami's first W hotel is one of the chain's most ambitious properties in recent years. The 20-story glass tower sits at the northern end of South Beach with a...more
While the Viceroy's Brickell Avenue address in downtown Miami won't appeal to beach-bound visitors, the hotel's Kelly Wearstler design, 300-foot infinity pool...more
It's one thing to walk down Ocean Drive and ogle South Beach's most storied address, the former Versace mansion; it's quite another to slip past the iron gate...more
When the Viceroy Hotel Group decided to renovate the Tides, its iconic Art Deco hotel (and now the flagship for a new resort brand), in 2007, it entrusted celeb...more
In a place as devoted to Mammon as Miami, it was bound to happen: an Amanresort. Well, not exactly, but this combination of hotel and residential tower from...more
This onetime icon of Miami Beach, with its Aztec headdress of a roofline designed by Robert Swartzburg, was redone by Philippe Starck with his standard...more
This 90-room hotel is a youngster by Palm Beach termsit was only built in 1947but it echoes its neighbors' hushed, moneyed elegance (the...more
Aah, the Breakersone of the most famous, most exclusive, and yes, priciest places to stay in America (it's even snagged a spot on the National Register of...more
Set around two large courtyards filled with lush greenery and leafy palm trees, this hotel is where heiress Marjorie Merriweather Post crashed while prepping...more
The first of the major new chain hotels set to pop up along the waterfront, the Atlantic is a quirky four-star hotel. The odd-shaped building looks like a...more
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