Miami’s Most Romantic Hotels

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By: Shayne Benowitz

Sunset strolls on the seashore, Champagne toasts poolside, a spa day for two, oceanfront dinners with the sea breeze on your skin and fluffy robes inside plush hotel suites… These are just a few of our favorite things when it comes to romantic Miami hotels. From lavish resorts to boutique hideaways and even a private island, Miami makes for the perfect romantic retreat.

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Fisher Island Club

Located off the southern tip of South Beach and accessible only by ferry, Fisher Island Club is a private members-only destination. It’s also home to an intimate 15-room boutique hotel situated inside Mediterranean Revival villas and cottages with private backyards and hot tubs. Each room also comes with its own golf cart to tool around the island. Visit its private beach, lavish spa, golf course, marina and multiple restaurants for a perfectly romantic day. Make dinner reservations at Garwood Lounge for a clubby steakhouse inside the Vanderbilt Mansion. A stay at Fisher Island Club transports you to another reality and offers unparalleled privacy, tranquility and above all, romance.

    Soho Beach House

    For a privileged romantic hideaway, Soho Beach House is another private membership club with a boutique hotel, offering a chic retreat for its members and guests directly on Miami Beach. Lounge by the pool or at the oceanfront and dine at the rooftop tequila bar or club restaurant. Rooms are spacious with a shabby chic design sensibility and you can also enjoy a couple’s massage and steam at the onsite Cowshed Spa.

      The Standard Miami Beach

      Set on historic Miami Modern motel grounds on Belle Isle, The Standard Miami Beach boasts tranquil hotel rooms—some featuring patios with soaking tubs, for a touch of romance. With a labyrinth of hedges leading to fire pits, hammocks and swinging chairs, as well as a zero entry pool and restaurant overlooking Biscayne Bay, the entire property oozes romance. Anchored by its third floor spa with a co-ed arena-style hammam and wellness classes, it’s an ideal destination for the couple that likes to sweat together.

        Four Seasons Hotel at The Surf Club

        With an all-star team of designers and architects including Richard Meier and Joseph Dirand, The Spa at Four Seasons Surfside has revived the iconic Surf Club to its original glory. The Mediterranean Revival marvel received the modern touch with the addition of glass towers housing opulent hotel rooms overlooking the ocean. After aperitifs at the Champagne Bar, enjoy a romantic dinner at Le Sirenuse for succulent Italian fare straight from the Amalfi coast. Don’t check out before indulging in the exquisitely appointed spa designed with Calacatta marble, Turkish tile and brass for a lavish facial or couples massage.

          The Plymouth

          The Plymouth hotel strikes boutique hotel gold inside a restored Art Deco gem from the 1940s on South Beach. With a lush, subtropical clubhouse appeal, the hotel boasts a courtyard swimming pool with checkered tiles and peach lounge chairs that match the outdoor awnings. An outpost of New York City’s Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar & Grill makes for a romantic dinner date. Rooms are spacious and appointed in a classical style with tufted headboards, leather chairs and claw foot soaking tubs found in surprising places.


            Hotelier Alan Faena chose red as the signature color of his eponymous hotel because it’s the color of love. You’ll find it everywhere in the property from red roses in the spa to beach umbrellas and the gilded cathedral entrance. It all makes for a dramatic setting for romance inside of one of Miami’s most luxurious hotels. For the couple who enjoys steak, a dinner at Los Fuegos by Argentinean grillmaster Francis Mallmann is unparalleled. You can even take in a cabaret at the Faena Theater for the perfect date night.

              Mandarin Oriental, Miami

              There’s always something romantic about an island getaway and the Forbes Five Star Mandarin Oriental, Miami is set on Brickell Key, a man-made island on Biscayne Bay just east of Downtown Miami. It’s also home to a five-star spa and high-end Peruvian restaurant La Mar, offering stunning views of the bay from its expansive patio. Soak up the sun at the tranquil pool or man-made beach with your sweetheart for the perfect romantic escape.

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