Miami Beach, Florida
Soho Beach House
Artful beach boutique
What it is
An exclusive boho boutique for creative types.
What it isn't
Rambunctious. The mostly-members policy keeps out the riffraff.
What we think
The Miami outpost of the global social club allows non-members to book a room—as long as you promise not to take pictures. It's worth it for access to the stylishly designed, spacious rooms and the hotel's arty and unpretentious vibe. The 48 rooms are eclectic with boldly patterned tiles, antique spindle tables, retro couches and plenty of dark wood and distressed leather. The oversize bathrooms stocked with Cowshed products and the full bars are big pluses. Only members have access to the music and film vaults and library, but non-members are granted access to the screening room, beach club, and bars and restaurants. Of the latter, Cecconi’s is the highlight: spectacular Italian food in an open-air courtyard under twinkling lights and silver buttonwood trees.
You're here because
You're a Soho Club member or an admirer of their relaxed and smart ethos.
Laying out on a blue-and-white-striped lounger on the white sand, you set down your iPad as the waiter comes by with a plate of mezze and a cold Pellegrino.
Restaurants & Bars
Cecconi's - Fine dining, Italian
Ocho - Rooftop taqueria with plunge pool
Club Bar - Sip margaritas and eat small Italian plates.
Tiki Bar - Tropical space with drinks and a grill.
On the quieter north end of Miami Beach, near the Fontainebleau. It's a 15-minute drive to Lincoln Road and 30 minutes to the airport.