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SLS Hotel South Beach

SLS Hotel South Beach

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TripAdvisor Review
2505 Reviews
Guide Price £1,439 per person
Based on 04 March 19 departure from London Heathrow flying with Virgin Atlantic, staying for 5 nights room only in a City View Queen Room (2 adults sharing).
Our guide price gives you an idea of how much to budget for a stay at this hotel. The price will vary based on exchange rates, and your choice of room type, departure date, airline and cabin class, and any additional extras you’d like to add to your holiday.

Enjoy a chic and stylish stay in Miami's South Beach

This seriously stylish hotel offers all of the lavish style and glamour of a 17th Century French chateau but with a delightful modern twist. Recline on your sumptuous chaise lounge as you enjoy your view overlooking Miami, or the beautiful shores of the Atlantic Ocean. Head to the lively Hyde Beach pool bar to try one of their signature cocktails and enjoy more than 8,000 square feet of pool, beach and indoor-outdoor space to party day or night. If you want to get your look set before joining the party then the hotel’s IGK salon is ideal. The hotel’s open kitchen concept provides some delicious menus, stop by the Bazaar by José André for sophisticated Latin flavours or try the innovative sushi at Katsuya. Then stop by Bar Centro for a nightcap before retiring to your SLS signature bed.

  • Join the party at Hyde Beach
  • Unwind in the outdoor pool
  • Savour delicious dining at the Bazaar
  • Step out onto the soft sands of Miami Beach

Hotel Features

Hotel Category

Luxury

Location Type

Beach
  • Check-in Time:
    16:00
  • Check-out Time:
    11:00
  • 140 rooms
  • $40 per room, per day, resort fee is payable locally
  • Resort fee subject to change

Main Facilities

  • Fitness facilities
  • Outdoor pool
  • Wifi

Accommodation Type

  • Luxury Collection

Board Basis Options

  • Room Only
Location Highlights

SLS Hotel South Beach

  • Beach
  • Approx. 25 mins from Miami International Airport
2505 Reviews 82% of travellers recommended this hotel

Traveller ratings

  • Excellent 1561
  • Very Good 477
  • Average 204
  • Poor 119
  • Terrible 144

What to Expect

  • Location
  • Sleep Quality
  • Rooms
  • Service
  • Value
  • Cleanliness

Reviews

Nov 13, 2018

Not clean at all and not SLS standard

Los Angeles, California

We stayed there for one night on our way back from the caribbean. We have stayed in the sls in vegas and la and we were so disappointed to see that the miami one is nowhere close to the standard of the others. The room we had was located in a staircase which was very noisy. The room itself was in a bad condition...the carpet and curtains had a lot of stains. We had black long hair( Im blonde) in the bed as well as in the bathroom which was gross and defo not what you expect from a 4 star hotel with a the SLS brand reputation. After telling the guest service about it I got offered a late check out 12:30 instead of 11 which the receptionist already granted us at the time we checked in. At this point I didnt even want to stay there longer than necessary. This is defo the worst SLS I have ever been to and I regret chosing this over the Delano or the W for our 1 night stay.
Nov 13, 2018

Great stylish hotel

Munich, Germany

SLS is next to the Delano one of my other favorite hotels in South beach. Stylish, laid back and unpretentious with a great deal of service and hospitality – the SLS is made for the unconventional and urban traveler. In addition to Starck’s interior design, American musician Lenny Kravitz was tasked with the penthouse, drawing inspiration from world travel. With the front desk tucked away in an alcove, the hotel’s common areas flow like one continuous party from bar to dining room, to back patio to pool. Each space has its own particular design scheme, from sleek black leather banquettes and plush red carpet, to rattan furniture with cushions popping in pastel atop Spanish tile floors. The rooms come in a subdued colour palette of white, black and soft pink, Starck’s rooms channel Old World French aristocracy with dainty chandeliers, daring mirrors on the ceiling and baroque trompe l’oeil backdrops. While they’re appropriately chic with modern amenities, they’re all small. Standard double rooms clock in at only 24 square metres. But to be honest – you come here to sleep – most of the time you going to spend out side. Bathrooms are equally stylish, yet small, in white marble. Two pools, one meant for relaxation while the other is open to non-hotel guests for pool parties. There’s also a small spa and gym to your convinience. Eating here is big theater!!! The Bazaar by José Andrés is easily one of South Beach’s finest restaurants, serving creative Spanish tapas veering towards molecular gastronomy. I adore Andrés' take on the Cuban sandwich in a lighter-than-air pastry with Dijon mustard, Swiss cheese foam and jamón ibérico. Other favourite Spanish plates include the patatas bravas, croquetas and Catalan-style pa amb tomàquet (tomato bread) with manchego. Katsuya is popular amongst trendsetters and celebrities alike for its supremely fresh sushi and fine Japanese fare. The hotel is equally sought-after for its nightlife scene with Hyde Beach consistently throwing hot parties by day and night in its indoor-outdoor poolside digs. For a relaxed drink, opt for a seat at Bar Centro, adjacent to the Bazaar, and peruse Andrés’s menu of creative cocktails. A Spanish-inspired breakfast buffet is served at the outdoor terrace with à la carte items available, like eggs with avocado and olive oil pancakes. All very young and easy going – the service again always helpful and well trained. I can highly recommend this Hotel and all around from shopping to beach, from museums to theaters and restaurants is at your fingertips.
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