Here are some of the best hotels in Miami, Florida:

The Tides South Beach

A charmingly designed hotel with pomp-free service at all levels – from porters to housekeeping to private designated assistants. The Tides brings rarely seen substance to the price tag. Through the hotel lacks direct beach access, and the little pool is less than breathtaking, the big, immaculate rooms more than compensate. Speaking of which, every single one of their vast room has a stunning view of the ocean and deep soaking tubs. Try the ultimate party with some Miami Strippers coming out to your special night.

COMO Metropolitan Miami Beach

The seventy-four room boutique Metropolitan b Como is a sweet Art Deco property from the luxurious COMO brand. The gray and pistachio guest rooms are stylish and outfitted with new specs like 42-inch flat-display TVs, free WiFi, and Nespresso machines. The hotel’s other amenities contain a pretty outdoor pool, excellent dining bar and restaurant, beach service, an elegant spa, and a rooftop hydrotherapy pool. Service is doting and friendly, and the hotel attracts a fantastic clientele of the first couple. If you are looking for a relaxing, calm getaway in South Beach, Metropolitan by Como is the best pick.

Hotel Beaux-Arts

Placed on the topmost floors of the JW Marriott building, the forty-four room hotel Beaux-arts is even more upscale than the Marquis. Though its shared facilities with the Marquis may detract from its boutique, intimate feel, guests do have a unique check-in area in the lobby, and the hotel is ultra-luxe: all rooms have iPads, flat-screen Televisions, the bathrooms are marble with separate showers and bathtubs, the decor is sleek, and the views are remarkable.

Little Havana

This guava, homely pink 1920s mansion, is a decorative ode to its fast surroundings in the heart of Miami Cuban neighborhood, little Havana. Ceramics, Afrocuban art, photography, and textiles meld with mid-century new Danish furniture and the punchy house of Hackney wall coverings, to tasty effect. Rooms are little but rightly formed, with plump beds and luxury touches from Diptyque and Le Labo. For groups, there are plush bunkbed rooms, with complete size beds and right stairs to access the top. Vegans and vegetarians will delight in the largely plant-based menus at both the Terras Rooftop restaurant and bar and Parcela lobby cafe, featuring ingredients grown in the nearby urban garden and onsite herb patch, along with herbal cocktails and low intervention wines.