The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach


  • Luxurious renovated rooms
  • Great service
  • Pool with VIP cabanas
  • Great location


  • Larger property
  • In-house restaurant Bistro ONE LR often quiet
  • $28/night resort fee

Published 09/18/2015

Fodor's Review

Completely revamped and renovated in 2013, the smoking hot, art deco Ritz-Carlton, South Beach is a surprisingly trendy, beachfront bombshell, with a dynamite staff, a snazzy Club Lounge, and a long pool deck that leads right out to the beach. There are all the usual high-level draws the Ritz is known for, that is, attentive service, a kids' club, a club level with five food presentations a day, and high-end restaurants. The spa has exclusive brands of scrubs and creams. The "tanning butler" will make sure you're not burning and will apply lotion in the hard-to-reach places. Friday through Sunday afternoons a master mixologist patrols the pool deck with a caipirinha cart, serving made-to-order cocktails using homemade syrups crafted from fresh herbs and fruit. The wonderful DiLido Beach Club restaurant is, believe it or not, one of the very few places in Miami where you can get a beachside meal. The ocean is on one side and the pedestrian Lincoln Road begins on the other: the locale is tops. Overall, this landmarked 1954 art moderne hotel, designed by Morris Lapidus, has never been hotter.

Hotel Information


1 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, Florida, 33139, United States

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786-276–4000; 800-542–8680

Hotel Details:

  • 375 rooms
  • Rate includes: No meals

Published 09/18/2015


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