The Loews Miami Beach Hotel offers easy access to the city of South Beach and the picturesque beaches of the Atlantic coast.
As a member of the iconic hotel brand, the Loews Miami Beach Hotel presents guests with unparalleled luxury and top notch service. Often referred to as the ‘Magic City’, the region is a giant playground for world travelers and locals alike. Whether on a two week holiday or a weekend break, the Miami Beach Loews offers guests extraordinary access to the highlights of the region. Guests spend their days exploring the likes of the Perez Art Museum Miami, Wynwood and Design Districts and the New World Symphony.
With 725 guest rooms and 65 luxury suites, there is certainly a space to meet the needs of every guest at the Loews Miami Beach Hotel. With everything from Superior to Grand Ocean Front rooms, the ten fabulous guestroom styles each offer a space to relax and rejuvenate in both comfort and style. For those who wish for even greater luxury, there are also thirteen-suite styles to choose from.
Following that classic expression, “When in Rome”, all guests of the Miami Beach Loews should make a point of dining at the hotel’s Lure Fishbar. There are few things more satisfying in life than eating fresh seafood while watching ocean waves lap at the shore. Menu highlights include raw or dressed Oysters, Steamed Red Snapper and various imaginative sushi creations. Signature cocktails include the Midshipmen and the Catch and Release.
Featured in numerous TV shows and movies, South Beach is a stretch of ten miles of pristine beach with a fashionable, sultry and frenetic vibe. The area is known for its beautiful Art Deco architecture with many pastel colored buildings lining the streets. Visitors will find South Beach an exciting place for people-watching, shopping and partying at the many hip nocturnal venues. Other than the beautiful beach, South Beach is also home to world-class dining and nightlife with options like The Bazaar and Macchialina. For sightseeing, South Beach has many attractions like the Colony Theater and the Jewish Museum of Florida.