TRIED AND TESTED HOTEL: W South Beach, Miami Beach
Business Traveler|April/May 2021
BEST FOR Playfully chic interior décor and a happening pool scene
Ramsey Qubein

DON’T MISS

The owners’ private art collection said to be worth nearly $50 million. Ask the W Insider or a member of staff for a tour.

PRICE

Internet rates for a traditional room start at $524.

CONTACT

2201 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33139, Phone 305-938-3000 marriott.com

BACKGROUND

The W brand is one of the marques Marriott International inherited in the Starwood merger, and they’ve been expanding the footprint ever since. W Hotels’ unique concoction of fashion, music, party vibe and relaxation is on full display at this Miami hotspot.

WHERE IS IT?

Only fifteen minutes from the airport and an even shorter drive to many of Miami’s main attractions, great shopping and dining in Miami Beach, this beachfront resort overlooks the turquoise waters of the Atlantic Ocean.

WHAT’S IT LIKE?

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