Miami is all about different cultures, nightlife, beach, summer and a lot of fun. If you are planning of going to this amazing city you should know what to visit, where to say, what to see. We can help you with that. Here are the Design Guides Miami for you to know the places to visit and things to do.
1. Design Guides Miami – Hotels
Four Seasons Miami
The 221-room Hotel Is Part Of The Multi-use Four Seasons Hotel And Tower Development Which Rises 70 Stories Above Brickell Avenue. The Building Overlooks Biscayne Bay And Is Strategically Located At The Confluence Of The Financial District And Brickell’s High-rise Residential Area.
1435 Brickell Avenue – Miami , FL 33131
Acqualina Resort & Spa on the Beach
Acqualina Resort & Spa on the Beach epitomizes the sophistication of a Mediterranean villa combined with the beautiful oceanfront location on Florida’s Riviera. Located on 4.5 beachfront acres with 400 feet of Florida’s stunning Atlantic Ocean coastline, this Miami Beach luxury resort features 188 residences, 98 impeccable HOTEL rooms and suites and world-class LUXURY HOTEL amenities.
17875 Collins Ave – Sunny Isles Beach , FL 33160
The Tides South Beach
The Tides South Beach is an iconic hotel located on Ocean Drive, just steps from the crystal water of the Atlantic Ocean and Miami’s most exciting dining and nightlife locations. Originally built in 1936 the hotel’s architecture creating a nostalgic environment for its unique brand of modern luxury.
Design Guides Miami 1220 Ocean Drive- Miami Beach , FL 33139
Loews Miami Beach
Plunge into the legendary South Beach vida loca, where glamour meets upscale elegance at the Loews Miami Beach HOTEL. Part Art Deco landmark, part sophisticated modern marvel but all a South Beach standout, gracing the most magnificent sun-drenched stretch of beach imaginable.
Design Guides Miami 1601 Collins Avenue – Miami Beach , FL 33139
Turnberry Isle Miami
Secluded on 300 tropical acres, this stunning Mediterranean-style hideaway begins a new era in luxury travel. Retreat to this gorgeous oasis where you’ll find the essence of elegance and indulgence with 392 spacious guest rooms and suites, two 18-hole Raymond Floyd-redesigned championship golf courses, a private beach front Beach Club right on the Atlantic, the exclusive award-winning Spa & Fitness center…
19999 West Country Club Dr Aventura , FL 33180
2. Design Guides Miami – Restaurants
Yardbird Southern Table & Bar
Taking over the kitchens at Yardbird this season, Chef Clay Miller plans to uphold the restaurant’s reputation for down home favorites like crisp fried chicken, tender shrimp and grits and addictive fried green tomatoes that keep patrons lining up seven nights a week.
Design Guides Miami 1600 Lenox Avenue, South Beach Khong River House
Design Guides Miami 1661 Meridian Avenue, South Beach, 305-763-8147
Creating a unique fusion of regional Asian fare, Khong River House brings all the flavors of the Mekong River to South Beach.
Southeast Asian tastes, ingredients and cooking techniques inform the menu that finds its roots in Thailand, Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar. Served in an artfully rustic dining loft located just off Lincoln Road Mall, the restaurant offers artfully crafted weekend brunches, hearty lunches and inspiring suppers seven days a week.
Stone crab season runs from October through May and this classic Miami Beach dining room serves the best crabs in town to a crowd more than willing to wait in line for a taste of the ocean’s bounty. Much like celebrity Chef Anthony Bourdain, Joe’s has No Reservations.
11 Washington Avenue, South Beach, 305-673-0365
Osteria del Teatro
1443 Washington Avenue, South Beach, 305-538-7850
Servers who know the ins-and-outs of running a dining room set the stage at this classic 25-year-old Miami Beach Temple of Italian cuisine perched on the edge of one of the most thumping dance clubs in the city. This ironic pairing of the old and the new captures what is best about South Beach and what makes Osteria work.
3. Design Guides Miami – Shops
NIBA Home is an interior design showroom in Miami Design District with remarkable objects, art, furnishings, mirror, lighting, photography, sculpture.
39 NE 39th St, Miami, FL 33137
Oh-so-trendy Intermix gathers the choicest styles by top designers such as Derek Lam, Stella McCartney, Current/Elliott, Givenchy and Helmut Lang.
634 Collins Ave
Miami Beach, FL,
This glass box showroom is a beacon for buyers of classic modern furniture by the likes of Le Corbusier, Arne Jacobsen and Jasper Morrison. It is practically a Design District poster child. It features a greatest hits medley of modern designers, with pieces by Ron Arad, Arne Jacobsen, Philippe Starck, Zaha Hadid et al.
3901 NE 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33137
4. Design Guides Miami – Night Life
This hipster enclave boasts an open, warehouse-like space in what was formerly a railroad station (it’s actually still situated on the tracks). A state-of-the-artsound system and accompanying light show set the sensory tone for Grand Central’s Friday and Saturday night parties, where you’ll see everything from indie punk bands such as Suicidal Tendencies to progressive rockers UK.
697 N Miami Ave, Miami, FL 33136
550 Washington Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139
The club’s regular roster of A-list party hosts (such as Snoop Dogg and Flo Rida) bring in the club’s highest-priced tickets.
Dina Mitrani Gallery
Opened in late 2008, Dina Mitrani’s contempo photo emporium has become a must-visit sanctuary for genre lovers. Focused exclusively on photography, Mitrani’s eponymous gallery is a platform for emerging, midcareer, and established shutterbugs.
Dina Mitrani Gallery, 2620 NW Second Ave., Miami; 786-486-7248