Bienvenidos a Miami, where the hot sun meets the fresh ocean at the renowned Hotel Epic by Kimpton.
Downtown Miami, an area known for its patchwork of cultures, thriving nightlife and mosaic of artistic influences, is also home to the larger than life Hotel Epic. Within easy reach of this unique hotel, guests can discover the attractions of Downtown Miami, the Port and Wynwood. Throughout these popular destinations, guests can explore antique shops, art galleries and the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens. At the end of each day, guests return to Hotel Epic to retire in their own slice of Miami heaven.
Across 13 floors, the 411 luxury guestrooms and suites at Hotel Epic Miami are spacious and indulgent. Gentle shades provide the perfect backdrop for the hand-picked, modern furnishings, creating an environment that is equally relaxing and invigorating. Perched at least 100 feet above the bay and downtown skyline, Hotel Epic boasts Kimpton prestige in the heart of Miami.
At Area 31, Hotel Epic Miami’s waterfront restaurant, the philosophy of ocean to table dining is celebrated daily. Executive Chef Wolfgang Puck and his extraordinary team serve the finest local cuisine in an elegant atmosphere. The Hamachi Crudo and Chilled King Crab Legs are the perfect prologues to the Local Berkshire Pork or Lobster Risotto. The peppery Plantation and floral Firefly cocktails will quench guest’s thirst for fine spirits and gourmet adventure.
Downtown Miami is an exciting collection of sleek skyscrapers, coastal markets, outdoor areas and cultural attractions. The city center is known for its large event venues, high quality museums, hip bars, restaurants and trendy boutiques. Visitors will find plenty of great places to shop in Miami Downtown at places like Macy's, the Bayside Marketplace and Seybold Building - home to over 280 jewelry stores. Restaurants and bars like The Corner, Area 31 and Toro Toro provide visitors plenty of good dining options. Miami Downtown is also home to a number of excellent attractions, museums and galleries like the Miami-Dade Cultural Center, HistoryMiami and the Perez Art Museum.