SLS Hotel South Beach

A hip and fun South Beach hotel, the SLS is well suited to friends travelling together and couples. There's a seriously trendy and lively vibe at the SLS!

SLS Hotel South Beach

Boutique, fun and seriously stylish, SLS Hotel South Beach is the product of the entrepreneur Sam Nazarian, designer Philippe Starck, chef José Andrés and musician Lenny Kravitz. Situated in the tallest art deco building in South Beach dating back to 1939, SLS is a truly hip destination.

Designed by Philippe Starck, rooms, suites and villas at SLS have been inspired by Louis XV’s infamous mistress, Madame de Pompadour with added special touches such as, mirrors on the ceiling. The resort fee, applicable to all accommodation, includes use of two beach chairs, Wi-Fi access throughout the property, access to the fitness centre, a turndown water service and daily coffee at the front desk.

There’s no better place to head than the two swimming pools beside which a silver ‘rubber’ duck towers at a height of ten feet. Beside the pools are cabanas with daybeds for rental – a more luxurious way to sun bathe! Hyde Beach, located by the villas, is home to the second pool, beach and indoor area. During the weekdays the pool is open to the public (with a minimum spend) as well as for guests (complimentary) and on the weekends for guests (with a minimum spend). Hyde is seriously stylish with music and a great atmosphere in the day and at night. Here you can enjoy food by Jose Andres as well as great drinks.

Great cuisine and drinks don’t end at Hyde Beach. Enjoy Spanish and Latin flavoured cuisine at The Bazaar by Jose Andres, sushi and robata meals at Katsuya by Starck, exciting cocktails at Bar Centro and delicious breakfasts outdoors at The Terrace.

Located directly on Collins Avenue and steps away from Lincoln Road shops, bars and restaurants, SLS Hotel South Beach offers the perfect address for those seeking a stylish hotel and close to the vibrant and often crazy nightlife of South Beach.

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