Miami Beach is a city located on the Atlantic coast in southeastern Florida and the seat of Miami-Dade County. In go-go Miami, a hotel room is often just a pit stop between the cabana and the club. But tucked away within each of the hotels strung along Collins Avenue, there are showstopping suites you’d never want to leave—if you know where to find them. Today we present you a selection by Architectural Digest of the most beautiful hotel suites in the city!
The Penthouse Suite at The Setai
The Setai prides itself on upholding meticulous standards of Eastern hospitality (guests are checked in with an Asian tea ceremony), but its capstone suite dwarfs any lodging you’d find in a luxury Tokyo high-rise. Spanning the entire 40th floor, this cavernous abode has all the trappings of penthouse living: a Steinway piano, a 10-person dining table, and four bedrooms decked in Frette sheets, all fitting easily into 10,000 square feet.
The Como Suite at Metropolitan by Como
It’s hard to be subtle in a penthouse, but the 1,100-square-foot Como Suite offers an edited alternative to the over-the-top luxury of Miami Beach. In addition to a large living and dining area, the suite, designed by Italian minimalist Paola Navone, has just one bedroom. With its silk-wrapped king-size bed and a color palate (white terrazzo floors, seafoam-green walls) that blends seamlessly with the wraparound ocean views, staying here is more like living on a cloud than in thumping South Beach.
The Bungalow Penthouse
With two floors connected by an outdoor spiral staircase, this lavish perch is an adult playground fit for a music video. Not only do its dwellers gain access to a private elevator, an outdoor plunge pool, and a master bath that rivals the hotel’s spa, they also earn the title of neighbor to Edition developer Ian Schrager, who recently bought a penthouse at the hotel.
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