Loews Miami Beach Hotel

A refreshed South Beach icon

South Beach icon Loews Miami Beach Hotel is fresh off a massive $50 million renovation designed to up the luxury ante while maintaining its landmark presence.

From the moment you walk in, you will notice an airier lobby, brighter guest rooms, more modernized meeting space, a revamped color palette and added restaurant options with locally inspired dishes. Outside, the reimagined pool deck has new adults-only cabanas and an expanded alfresco eatery.

Art continues to be a driving force throughout the Miami property, starting with the 358-pound Stardust Effect illuminated mineral wall installation by Chicago-based artist Sarah Raskey that greets you behind the check-in area.

One thing that hasn’t changed is the excellent service. Expect the same high level of attention and then some. One of the city’s most family-friendly resorts, every adult, child and four-legged friend will feel right at home here.

Our Inspector's Highlights

  • In the heart of South Beach’s vibrant Art Deco District, the Loews has a prized central location: on the ocean, steps from historic Lincoln Road and within easy reach of the designer boutiques along Collins Avenue.
  • At the Miami hotel’s Exhale Spa, pamper yourself with a massage or squeeze in a HIIT (high-intensity interval training) workout or yoga class. If you’re having any pre-dinner hair issues, a quick styling session at the onsite Glam and Go blowout bar may be in order.
  • The Loews’ iconic pool is the focal point, surrounded by plenty of lounge chairs, but to make the most of your day in the sun, book one of the Soak Cabanas or Daybeds. These plush perches come with butler service, daily hourly amenities (think smoothies and fruit carts) and private marble bathrooms.
  • Art is part of the overall experience from lobby to guest room: sculptures, murals, in-room headboard designs and even specially commissioned carpets all tie in elements of sun, sand and sea.
  • Foosball, ping-pong tables and a life-size Connect Four game near the zero-entry pool keep family time going all day long. Easy beach access makes it breeze to score a banana boat ride or to take a complimentary kayak or paddleboard out for a while.

Things to Know

  • Loews Miami Beach Hotel is about a 20-minute drive from Miami International Airport and 40 minutes from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.
  • The eight two-story cabanas are perfect for families, equipped with air-conditioning, full bathrooms and Apple TVs. Those looking for a more serene experience can book one of the three exclusive adult-only options located poolside.
  • With 65,000 square feet of flexible indoor meeting and function space (as well as two giant lawns for alfresco entertaining), the Loews is a prime location for events and gatherings of all sizes.
  • The luxury hotel welcomes well-behaved dogs. Canine guests will receive a treat upon check-in treat and can partake in specially prepared room-service meals.

The Rooms

  • All 790 rooms have been transformed with wood floors, ocean-inspired artwork and a neutral white- and sand-toned color palette.
  • In addition to smart TVs, rooms are equipped with a doorbell that lets you switch on the “do not disturb” sign without having to open the door.
  • All accommodations have sweeping vistas of either the sparkling Atlantic or the Magic City skyline. Opt for a spot with a balcony to make the most of the view.
  • Marble bathrooms have spacious walk-in showers stocked with Julien Farel bath products. If you’re dying for a soak, splurge on a suite to enjoy a separate shower and bathtub.
  • For the ultimate indulgence, book one of the bi-level Presidential Suites (either ocean or city view) decked out with two wraparound balconies, a Jacuzzi tub and a dining area with a wet bar.

The Restaurants

  • The luxury hotel boasts six dining venues that all pay homage to the who’s who of Miami’s culinary scene. Look for selections from resident favorites, such as Panther Coffee, Funky Buddha Brewery and Zak the Baker.
  • The property’s signature restaurant, Preston’s Market (named after Loews chairman Jonathan Tisch’s late father), is renowned for its decadent breakfast buffet. It has a fresh new look in shades of lavender and an open kitchen.
  • The poolside Nautilus is a scenic spot for lunch with plenty of seating and a covered bar area.
  • Nosh on light bites and freshly baked pizza and sip cocktails like the Miami Sour (bourbon, lemon juice, egg white, red wine) at Bar Collins.
  • For dinner, you won’t want to miss the seafood towers at Lure Fishbar, the South Beach outpost of the popular Manhattan eatery. Sporting a classic maritime motif, this stylish spot also offers a killer happy hour.

Getting There
1601 Collins Avenue, Miami, Florida 33139
MIA (20-35 min)   FLL  
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