Coconut Grove, Miami
Mr. C Miami – Coconut Grove
Yachty by Nature
What it is
An uber-glam 100 room architectural wonder with a sleek spa, nautically designed by Arquitectonica (with interiors by Martin Brudnizki Design Studio).
What it isn't
Themey. The ode to the sea is nothing if not subtle, with sleek porthole windows and blonde woods galore.
What we think
When you really think about it, Miami is the ultimate beach town. Every hotel worth its salt (water) overlooks the Atlantic, with balconies in every room. Owned by the fourth generation Cipriani family, Mr. C Miami happily complies with that unofficial rule. Rooms are outfitted in a palette of whites, Caribbean turquoises (note the channeled headboards) and tawny neutrals, and each has a private outdoor terrace that feels tailor-made for taking in the sunrise over Biscayne Bay in your robe. The beachy vibe continues at Bellini, where menus are tailored to Maggio and Ignazio Cipriani’s favorite Italian dishes; locals love the Dover sole filet with roasted baby artichokes.
You're here because
You’ll have access to a manicured slice of Miami Beach outfitted with personal beach chairs and a flotilla of watercraft, including parasails and paddleboards.
Outside, strolling the teak pool deck and eyeing the boundless ocean before you, you squint out the sun rays—and feel you’re back on that yacht you rented once in San Tropez. You stretch out languidly as a Cheshire cat on a daybed under a blue and white striped awning, and await the pool attendant. It’s not yet five o’clock, but it’s certainly cocktail hour.
Restaurants & Bars
Bellini - Italian cuisine reinvented by Maggio and Ignazio Cipriani
Poolside Dining - Poolside menu and refreshing cocktails on our covered deck with panoramic views
Bellini Bar - Cocktail menu including a large selection of wines and spirits from Italy
Il Giardino - Evening cocktail in this intimate setting reminiscent of a European style garden or delight in an al fresco continental breakfast
In Miami’s tony Coconut Grove district, directly across from The Barnacle Historic State Park—a five-acre, Victorian-era estate now open for tours—and the Atlantic Ocean.