Art Basel is only a month away.
After a break in 2020 due to the Coronavirus pandemic, Art Basel returns to Miami Beach In December. Artists, collectors, curators, and art enthusiasts will soon be coming to Miami for the art fair, which has grown into an extravaganza that goes beyond the mere work of art. Art Basel Miami Beach today encompasses art, fashion and design with numerous shows, events and parties.
If you’re headed to Miami Beach, Basel, December 1-4 (or just want to take a quick break in the sunny surroundings), you should find your accommodation ASAP. Don’t worry if you’re not sure where to stay because we’ve found the best luxury hotels you can book for Art Basel Miami Beach. Below are five of the top hotels to consider when heading to Miami for Basel … or just for a sunny winter vacation.
Eden Roc Miami Beach.
Eden Roc Miami Beach
Originally built in the 1950s and extensively renovated in 2008, Eden Roc Miami Beach is oceanfront, but the resort also has no fewer than three pools for guests to use. The 415 room The hotel is home to three restaurants, including the Nobu outpost in Miami. For Art Basel, Eden Roc Miami Beach works with the Museum of Graffiti and installs a 25 ′ x 15 ′ mural on the outside of the property; The mural entitled “Together We Shine” is the modern interpretation of an original mural by Al Hirschfeld by the artist Stephen Palladino. The final result will be unveiled on December 3rd at an exclusive cocktail party at Eden Roc’s Palladium Pool. From $ 595 per night, Eden Roc Miami Beach.
Faena Hotel Miami Beach
The luxurious Faena is one of the newer additions to the Miami Beach hotel scene; It opened in December 2015 and has a fashionable interior by Baz Luhrmann and Catherine Martin. The hotel consists of 169 rooms and suites with wooden floors and red velvet accents. Make sure you try to get an appointment at the Tierra Santa Healing House. There is a 22,000 square foot spa on the third floor of the hotel that offers rituals and treatments using naturopathic and Biologique Recherche.
The hotel, with three restaurants and works by famous artists like Damien Hirst and Jeff Koons, is always popular with art lovers, but they’re going a step further for Art Basel this year as they recently announced the opening of the space, a space that will host an artist residency program as well as a range of conversations, ideas and models of social interaction. Faena Art is expected to be featured in the Project Room during Miami Art Week this year and is a collaboration between Barcelona-based artist Andrés Reisinger and Aorist. Faena Art has also commissioned Argentine artist Pilar Zeta to create a large, haunting piece of art that will be unveiled during Miami Art Week. From $ 749 per night, Butcher.
W south beach. Chris Carter
W south beach
The W South Beach has long been a reliable and luxurious favorite for those jetting to Miami, and even more so after it reopened in November 2020 and unveiled the results of a $ 20 million renovation. The 357 The airy rooms and suites are all about natural light with warm oak tones and accents of green and pink, and many of the accommodations have scenic ocean views. The hotel also recently unveiled its new Away Spa, which is all about detox, care and relaxation. And of course we mustn’t forget the art aspect, as the hotel’s impressive collection includes 21 Warhols on display in the lobby. From $ 2,700 per night, W south beach.
Over the years, the celebrity-revered Setai by the sea has welcomed guests like Britney Spears, Malia Obama and Gisele Bündchen. Housed in a restored 1936 building in the Art Deco District, the hotel consists of 87 rooms and 50 suites, all with Asian-influenced decor. The hotel has two restaurants (Jaya and Ocean Grill) as well as three pools for guests to bask in the sun as not everyone is a beach person. The Setai is also home to Valmont for the Spa, which offers luxury treatments from the Swiss skin care brand that happens to be one of our personal favorite beauty lines. The spa consists of four private suites, each with its own bathroom and steam bath. From $ 2,400 per night, The Setai.
Miami Beach edition.
Miami Beach edition
Even if you haven’t personally visited the Miami Beach Edition, you’ve surely seen the hotel’s highly Instagram-worthy interiors and amenities, including a bowling alley, nightclub, and ice rink, on your social media feed. The hotel consists of 294 rooms and suites, including 28 private oceanfront bungalows and a rooftop penthouse, all decorated in a soothing, neutral color palette with marble bathrooms. The Miami Beach Edition also includes a spa, gym, and two pools, plus three restaurants, including the Food Hall-inspired Market at Edition Restaurant by Jean-Georges Vongerichten. From $ 3,300 per night, Miami Beach edition.