Mandarin Oriental, Miami

Miami's trendy celebrity hot spot
It wouldn't be Miami without a little glitz and glam, and the Mandarin Oriental on Brickell Key, just outside of downtown, delivers with extraordinary service to boot. The waterfront property is a favorite of celebrities (think Will Smith) and it's no surprise why.

Rooms and suites offer panoramic views of the water and Miami skyline; the lobby and public areas are flooded with natural light and offer plenty of space to move around and the location offers easy access to all the city has to offer.

In addition, the hotel staff service is spectacular, and they perform their duties professionally while still being personable and helpful. The hotel also provides unique packages and specials that are frequently available for those looking for a trendy Five-Star getaway.
Our Inspector's Highlights
  • The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Miami brings a level of luxury to the hotel complex that’s tough to match; in fact, it’s the only Five-Star spa in Florida.
  • The hotel’s Azul restaurant creates a consistently great menu filled with flavorful, clean and light Mediterranean dishes with Asian influences, such as a sake-marinated black cod with cedar wood ham hock dashi, Japanese hot pot and pickled mushrooms.
  • The luxury Miami hotel’s private beach, the Oasis Beach Club, includes a 20,000 square-foot stretch of white sand overlooking Biscayne Bay complete with comfortable day beds, lounge chairs, an infinity-edge swimming pool and a pool bar.
  • Large and comfortable guestrooms at Mandarin Oriental, Miami offer views of the Miami skyline and Biscayne Bay, giving you a postcard-worthy vista of the beachside city. The oversized tubs are perfect for soaking after a day in the sun.
  • From the on-point concierge staff to the bartenders at M-Bar, who can create from memory dozens of signature martinis, you’ll be pampered and welcomed as if you’re coming home.
Things to Know
  • Mandarin Oriental, Miami often runs specials on off-peak days, such as third-night-free packages. Before calling, check the hotel's website to ensure you'll get the best rate, and confirm it with the receptionist.
  • The Mandarin Oriental provides jogging maps for guests who want to get out in the Miami sunshine to exercise, with a one-mile route wrapping around Brickell Key and a 6.5-mile round-trip route to Biscayne Key. Both are beautiful runs along the waterfront.
  • Mandarin Oriental, Miami does not keep a house car for complimentary jaunts to nearby destinations. There is parking for rental cars, but taxis are readily available outside of the luxury hotel at any time.
  • A decadent Sunday brunch can be found at La Mar by Gaston Acurio featuring a menu of Peruvian-inspired fare, signature brunch cocktails and a sumptuous selection of sweets.
The Rooms
  • The guest rooms at Mandarin Oriental, Miami are spacious, with serene color schemes, subtle Asian touches and great views of either the skyline or the bay—some rooms have both.
  • The accommodations range from 377 square feet in the Superior Island View room all the way up to the 2,365 square foot Oriental Suite which sleeps three.
  • The décor in all the rooms is understated in soothing shades of cream and gold with pops of vibrant color. The walls, painted in calm shades of beige and brown, allow the outdoor views to steal the show, while abstract art and bright orange bolster pillows and desk chairs catch the eye.The spacious and well-appointed bathrooms at the luxury hotel are large enough for two people to get ready at the same time, offering fun amenities like lighted makeup mirrors, Shanghai Tang bath products and fluffy cotton robes.
The Restaurants
  • In-the-know foodies flock to Azul for dinner. The cool white dining room features glittering views of the bay and Miami skyline, and the eclectic cuisine marries European and Asian flavors while featuring the freshest seasonal ingredients.
  • Our recommendations at Five-Star Azul include the Berkshire pork (a succulent braised pork belly served with a tangy apricot mustard and crispy polenta) and the mascarpone semifreddo, a semi-frozen dessert made with rhubarb marmalade and strawberry passion fruit sorbet.
  • Peruvian fare can be found at La Mar by chef Gaston Acurio including a dedicated ceviche bar offering a choice of 15 different dishes, an antichuchos bar serving up reinvented street foods and an opulent Sunday brunch complete with a selection of sweets to top off your meal.
  • Light bites, from sushi and sandwiches to Mochi ice cream, are also available during the day from Oasis Beach Club, served poolside or right on the sand.
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Outdoor pool
Pet friendly
Getting There
500 Brickell Key Drive, Miami, Florida 33131
MIA (16-26 min)   FLL  
Mandarin Oriental, Miami
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