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SLS Hotel South Beach

At a Glance

    Pros

  • great in-house restaurants
  • masterful design
  • fun pool scene

    Cons

  • sometimes small rooms
  • no lobby per se
  • congested valet area

SLS Hotel South Beach Review

Smack in the center of South Beach, the SLS Hotel marks designer Philippe Starck's triumphant large-scale return to South Beach; but this time he's teamed up with friends Sam Nazarian, chefs José Andrés and Katsuya Uech, and Lenny Kravitz for the whimsical trip down the rabbit hole, creating the latest and greatest in the evolution of Miami's happening hotel/food/pool/beach scene. Housed in a restored 1939 art deco building, the SLS South Beach exudes beachfront sophistication over a commingling of Latin and Asian inspiration in its common areas, which include headlining restaurants Bazaar by José Andrés, Katsuya by Starck, and Hyde Beach—an 8,000-square-foot masterpiece of pool, beach, and cabanas attracting glitterati and hotties on the daily. Rooms exude a design that's remarkably Philippe Starck. Think: predominantly white-on-white panache, with sexy chandeliers and even sexier (or kinkier) ceiling mirrors, and sketchbook-style wall drapings.

    Hotel Details

  • 127 rooms, 13 suites
  • Rate includes no meals.
Updated: 05-09-2014

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