Wow! If you're looking for a fitness retreat within a hotel, look no further than the Carillon in Miami Beach. We haven't seen anything like this, but it's not surprising that it resides in Miami Beach, an area known for lavish luxury, pampering, and high prices.Price: Expensive
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The property includes 156 residences plus 406 hotel rooms with four swimming pools, a spa and fitness center, shopping, 24-hour in-home dining, concierge services, and a farm-to-table restaurant by celebrated chef, Tom Colicchio.Price:
This hyper-chic beachfront hotel offers its very own South Beach experience, one in stark contrast to the Shore Club's ever-present scene. Within a block of Lincoln Road boutiques and restaurants, Delano is a bit more centrally located than the Shore Club.Price: Expensive
Yet another beautiful oceanfront hotel located in South Beach. National's unique feature is its 70-yard long outdoor, infinity edge, pool (205 feet to be exact).Price: Moderately Expensive
On the north end of Collins Avenue, this South Beach strip hotel epitomizes Miami's hip style and culture. Visitors flock to Shore Club's over-the-top trendy property for reasons beyond the minimalist art deco rooms and 400 thread-count Egyptian linens.Price: Expensive
So you want to do South Beach on a budget? Good luck. Miami Beach and SoBe are areas where it really pays to pay up. We toured a number of "budget" hotel options and unearthed rooms that were small, dirty, plain, and/or uncomfortable.Price: Least Expensive
The Ritz certainly fits the high price category bill with rooms nearing $600/night. This handsome property boasts a prime beachfront location within steps of tony Lincoln Road.Price: Expensive