There are plenty of mainstays on the South Beach strip when it comes to places to stay — the Art Deco classics that combine form and function.
But none do it quite as splendidly as Thompson Miami Beach, the newest kid on the block. Located near South Beach, it’s easily within walking distance of the boutique shops and cafes of Lincoln Road.
Nothing is lacking in the Martin Brudnizki-designed rooms and suites throughout Thompson Miami Beach. Whether staying in one of the spacious double queen and king rooms or shacking up in one of the opulent suites, you’re sure to find every detail, both aesthetically and functionally, to be absolutely perfect.
Add in some of the best, most attentive staff in South Beach and it’s clear to see why Thompson Miami Beach has garnered such a high reputation in such a short period of time.
With so many fantastic places to eat and drink in Miami, Thompson Miami Beach has made sure their contribution to the culinary scene stands out. Award-winning chef Michelle Bernstein looks to the nearby ocean for inspiration in her Florida-meets-the-Caribbean fare at Seagrape. Prefer a cocktail, beer or wine? Pop in to the second-floor Crown Room for a quick drink from mixologist Julio Cabrera as well as lighter fare.
And then there’s 1930s House, where the artistry of Cabrera and Bernstein come together. Cabrera has taken his cocktails to the next level here, offering artisanal drinks and classic cocktails to go with Bernstein’s tasting /small plates menu. Enjoy them both by the pool.
Speaking of the pool, if you’ve spent some time splashing around or have simply enjoyed soaking in the sun, perhaps it’s time to visit The Spa at Thompson Miami Beach. Whether you’re keen on a massage, skin-care treatment, aromatherapy or any other relaxation services, you’re sure to feel at peace after a visit. If some beauty treatment is in order before hitting the town, visit the stylists at the salon to refresh your hair or nails.
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