With a palm tree-lined swimming pool and views of the Atlantic, Surfcomber is a tropical, Art Deco paradise.
Part of the Kimpton Hotel Group, Surfcomber Miami Beach is a fun and vibrant addition to the South Beach scene. Its whitewashed facade fits in perfectly with the historic Art Deco district that it sits in. With a spectacular waterfront location, the hotel boasts stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean and alabaster beach. The Surfcomber’s vibrant outdoor area is a particular highlight, featuring decorative seating, colourful cabanas, a palm tree-lined swimming pool and even the odd sheep or cow. Between a dip in the pool and beach front bathing, guests can enjoy the hotel’s weekly itinerary of complimentary activities, including bike rides, beach yoga and social wine hours.
Fresh white linens stand out against the bright geometric patterns that make up the contemporary rooms at Surfcomber Miami Beach. A 40-inch high definition TV and iPod docking station will keep guests entertained while lush bath products will ensure serenity and relaxation. With sea or city views from every room, guests can soak up the stunning Miami sunsets in privacy.
On an open-air terrace overlooking the renowned Collins Avenue, The Social Club is designed to gather people together for a night of fabulous food. Serving sharing platters with a twist, guests can sample innovative dishes such as crispy alligator in honey, ricotta doughnuts and an assortment of freshly made cocktails.
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.