Modern Miami

If you don’t want to be in the rush and crush of South Beach, The Viceroy Hotel is your ticket! A stones throw from all the action, at The Viceroy you’ll actually be able to get a good night’s sleep without all the revelers outside your window.

Located on the famed Brickell Avenue, The Viceroy “deftly juxtaposes elite residential necessities with scene-making dining, roof-raising lounging and the intuitive service and
unexpected delights recognized as Viceroy signatures.”

Designed by Kelly Wearstler, known for her distinctive interiors from Anguilla to Beverly Hills, this Miami property is as eclectic yet discerning as her others. From the unexpected poolside touches, to the Spa with it’s adjacent Library and ‘Party Room’, nothing has been left to the imagination.

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Have a rental car? A trip to Miami wouldn’t be complete without a tool around the oak lined avenues of Coral Gables or perhaps a dip in The Venetian pool. Created in 1923 by George Merrick from a coral rock quarry, the property also features two large historic lookout towers, with a view of the beautifully designed city below. Nearby, you could take a relaxing stroll through the exquisite museum and gardens of Viscaya. Both require entrance fees.

Parking in South Beach can be a bear so when you’re ready to step into the fray, grab a taxi and head over the bridge to one of these top restaurants. Just a few of the hottest spots for food with a lively bar scene, include, Dolce, The Bazaar by Jose Andres or La Cote, which adds the bonus of being right on South Beach for great people watching. Finish your evening by cruising down Lincoln Road before you head on back to your reprieve at The Viceroy.

All Photographs ©nancylazarus Quote courtesy of Kelly Wearstler website.

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